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5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Miami

5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Miami

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cozumel
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Key West
  • Day 6
    Miami

Celebrity Infinity

Celebrity Infinity - Celebrity Cruises

Pros

Indoor solarium and pool ideal in bad weather.

Cons

Ship appears tired in decor; many dining options carry extra fee.

Bottom Line

A comfortable ship with excellent outdoor spaces and a choice of cabins and dining.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: August 2019
The boat is a bit older but had some really nice unique things,like in the blu dining room you could see out from every seat,the bar kept curtains open later and the ocean view cafe was spread out so flowed better. They also left salad bar ... Read More
The boat is a bit older but had some really nice unique things,like in the blu dining room you could see out from every seat,the bar kept curtains open later and the ocean view cafe was spread out so flowed better. They also left salad bar open longer which is great if you got back later in the day. The need to reconfigure the spa and Persian gardens.spa rooms were too bright the Persian garden too dark. Flip them!!I missed the fresh fruit that we got daily in aqua class. Also if you are cruising in europe pre book and pre pay for excursions to avoid added vat charge. Also Tuscan and qsine were not as good as on solstice. I loved that the pool areas were larger in both the solarium and the open one,but I hated that the canyon spa,breakfast,lunch area was dark,hidden and didn't have ice. We had an issue with a cancelled due to conditions excusion,we had to get the group together and argue to be reimbursed. Thanks to Norbert it was resolved but was alot of wasted time. Read Less
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Sail Date: July 2019
We had been watching the last-minute deals for European cruises over the past few months, and when it transpired that none of our three young-adult offspring could join us on vacation, my husband and I made the decision to go on this 7 day ... Read More
We had been watching the last-minute deals for European cruises over the past few months, and when it transpired that none of our three young-adult offspring could join us on vacation, my husband and I made the decision to go on this 7 day Adriatic cruise out of Venice, even though it was at the peak of the insane tourist season in Europe--the deal we got was just too good to pass up! Having heard that the Celebrity Infinity is soon to be renovated and somewhat "worn", I was a bit concerned, but should not have been. The decor, carpeting, lounges and bars were inviting and well-maintained, and we found nothing to grumble about in that regard. Embarkation in Venice was seamless, allowing us to board shortly after noon, and we were greeted with glasses of prosecco in the grand foyer. Lunch was being served and we had time to orient ourselves to the ship prior to the obligatory mustering drill. Our cabin, despite having been reserved last-minute and being interior, was more than adequate: plenty of hangers, closet space, drawers, and shelving in the room and in the bathroom, though I could always used more hooks. An umbrella was provided, which turned out to be handy the first two days of the cruise, during which it rained quite a bit. Robes were provided. We never received an ice bucket in the room, but never requested one, as we had the beverage package and no need to have drinks in the room. Our cabin steward was friendly and unobtrusive and quickly realized we are late to bed, late to rise sort of folks. Having booked last-minute, we did not have a set dining time, but rather open seating: we were willing nearly every evening to sit with others and were lucky enough to meet some very lively dinner companions from Ireland, Scotland, and Britain (?no other Americans were willing to meet others at dinner?). The food was very good across the board, so we had no reason to try any of the specialty restaurants. We ate every breakfast in the Oceanview Cafe/buffet and enjoyed the omelet and waffle station. We usually returned from port days to eat a bit of something there as well, but always had dinner in the dining room. Given that we were at different tables at different times each night, it was not possible to develop any relationship with our servers, but they were all competent and friendly across the board. Nightly entertainment was good but not necessarily great: the comedian was a bit spotty, especially on his second night, the ship's dancers and singers were good and entertaining, the acrobats that appeared twice were GREAT, the musicians in the lounges were very good, and "Monananda" (a singer and guitarist couple from LA) were fantastic. They had a CD on offer one evening when out at the Mast Bar, and we felt badly that we didn't purchase one, but who carries cash around on board? Our SeaPass card was all we needed to purchase things on the ship! The fitness area was large and had plenty of machines to get a workout, but I always wish there were more FREE classes/activities rather than the for-fee ones (what about Zumba?) The locker room had 3 showers, 3 toilets, lockers, sinks, towels, and a hair dryer, but no lotion. The sauna was rarely busy but one evening it was merely tepid and not inviting. We only went on one ship's excursion as we had never been in Montenegro and didn't know what to expect. The port of Kotor was also our only tendered port and we wanted to make sure that, being on a ship's excursion, we would get back to the ship in time no matter what. Our excursion from Kotor went to Budva, on the Adriatic coast, and the only disappointing thing about the day was that, on the way back, we were brought to a "leather showroom" and had to watch models show the wares and then spent ~20minutes in the showroom being asked if we were interested in buying anything . . . NO. The ship is well laid out. The pools were a bit small for the number of passengers on the ship and the hot weather, but it was great to have the interior (covered) thallasotherapy pools to decompress some of the adults, as this was a quieter area (usually), and would be usable in inclement or cool weather as well. The Rooftop terrace was a comfy area where outdoor movies were shown and where Moananda played one night. The Constellation Lounge was the main area for music and dancing in the evening. The Rendevous Lounge was where much of the trivia was held. The Martini Bar was always hopping when we passed by. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
We chose the cruise to celebrate our Pearl Wedding Anniversary because of the dates and itinerary and the reviews that Celebrity first class. We have been on many previous cruises with several other cruise lines but we hadn’t been to ... Read More
We chose the cruise to celebrate our Pearl Wedding Anniversary because of the dates and itinerary and the reviews that Celebrity first class. We have been on many previous cruises with several other cruise lines but we hadn’t been to the ports on the Dalmatian coast. After 3 wonderful nights in Venice we boarded the ship, which was a very fast and efficient experience. We were given half a glass of fizz to welcome us on board. We had booked Concierge class so enjoyed the lunch in the dining room after boarding. Our stateroom on deck 8 was fine, the balcony was small compared to other ships we’ve on and a bit rusty but we didn’t mind that really. There was plenty of plugs both European and USA. Nice toiletries. However, what spoiled it for us was the main dining room experience. We had requested late dining and a table for 2, being our wedding anniversary. The table for 2 was jammed between another table for 2 and a large noisy family table. It was so noisy we couldn’t hear each other without shouting. The food was also a disappointment, very limited menu, low quality food and always served Luke warm. One night I ordered goats cheese and asparagus salad. This comprised a pile of bitter rocket, 2 pieces of asparagus and literally a few crumbs of goats cheese. The waiters were doing their best but were mostly focusing on the larger tables and we were left sitting between courses. We only ate there 3 nights out of 7. We would certainly not eat in that restaurant if it was in our home town so why should we eat in it on holiday? Ambience nil. We ate at Tuscan Grill 3 nights all excellent food and service, but obviously had to pay extra and once in the buffet, but we didn’t like the buffet much either, Luke warm bland food. Breakfast room service however was excellent. Such a good choice on the menu compared to other lines and always served on time. This was a joy, we loved to sit on the balcony enjoying the views. The bar staff mostly worked hard especially in the pool bars. Entertainment was mediocre, shows in main theatre so so but no piano bar which we like best. There was a good guitar man I think he was called Nick and we liked the cello duo who were often in Cellar Masters bar. We only did one ship excursion and it was excellent. We did the vineyard experience in Montenegro. If you haven’t booked anything book this if you like the rural country side and wine. Lovely drive over the mountain to a small family run vineyard where we were given a tour then a lovely lunch and loads of their wine. So, while we weren’t miserable by any means, doubt we will sail on a Celebrity ship again because of the main dining room experience. Read Less
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