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7 Night Alaska Cruise from Seward

7 Night Alaska Cruise from Seward

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Seward
  • Day 2
    Hubbard Glacier
  • Day 3
    Juneau
  • Day 4
    Skagway
  • Day 5
    Icy Strait
  • Day 6
    Ketchikan
  • Day 7
    Inside Passage
  • Day 8
    Vancouver

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Millennium - Celebrity Cruises

Pros

Beautiful, easy-to-navigate midsize ship sails enticing itineraries with a knowledgeable, happy crew

Cons

Staterooms could use a refresh; they lack modern features like USB ports near the bed

Bottom Line

Terrific value aboard a pretty ship with excellent free and for-fee dining venues


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2019
We sailed on the millennium 4 years ago from Vancouver to Seward on an 8 day cruise and returned back by air. We found it to be in need of refurbishment at that time and were disappointed. We have always enjoyed the Solstice ships and ... Read More
We sailed on the millennium 4 years ago from Vancouver to Seward on an 8 day cruise and returned back by air. We found it to be in need of refurbishment at that time and were disappointed. We have always enjoyed the Solstice ships and therefore remained with them instead and have enjoyed MANY wonderful cruises to many fabulous destinations. Since they refurbished the Millennium this spring we thought we would give it a try. We live 30 mins away from the cruise terminal and enjoy the Northwest. This was our 5th cruise to Alaska on Celebrity. We have sailed with Celebrity for 15 years now and always book the CS celebrity suite. All CS suites were booked when we found this cruise while on the Eclipse this May on an Alaska cruise, the Royal Suite was available so we booked it. Check in was a breeze with the new system! We arrived at 10:30 am and were escorted to the Retreat lounge at 11:15! We always take our bags with us and never check them, and were told we could place them in our suite! We walked thru the doors and saw the LOVELY new restored ROYAL suite! We were delighted! The suite guest which is now called the Retreat lounge was Michaels club before this restoration which had dark wood and warm Colours and we enjoyed it 4 years ago the bar area was very inviting. Now it’s very bright and airy and it is very pretty to look at, however most seats are not so comfortable and the bar is tucked away out of sight and very stark and has no character. On the top deck they have added the out door Retreat, and it is extraordinary! The suite guest dining room Luminae has not increased in size after this restoration however they have added sky suites, adding many more guests to this venue. Therefore it has become a little too small and if you wish to attend the 7:00 pm show you must come early as it gets very busy. We found that after 7:00 pm is was less hectic and you could enjoy a lovely leisurely dinner. The food is always outstanding! The service is top notch! Every evening is a joy to have dinner in this lovely dining room. It is the service from the wonderful staff in all departments that keeps us coming back to Celebrity Cruises. They are always friendly, helpful, gracious, and polite. We enjoy the GYM and were very happy with the restoration, they removed the carpet and now have a nice floor! Cafe al Bacio is a lovely spot! The Martini Bar is extra ordinary as always the servers make it special with their talent shows! Both are larger venues on the Solstice class ships. We enjoyed the beautiful towns by walking around on our own as we have seen them all many times before. We have taken many excursions in the past, and made this a relaxing holiday to enjoy on our own. Alaska is beautiful, very clean and very friendly. We are booked again for next spring on the Eclipse. As much as we enjoyed the wonderful Royal suite and all that comes it we do enjoy the Solstice class ships much more. For specialty dining the Murano is our all time favourite and they do not have it on this Millennium ship. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
We enjoyed seeing the changes in the ship and for the most part they look good. The ship looks brighter and cleaner. What we missed was the library, the first place I went to get a book to read and no library. There are a few books I ... Read More
We enjoyed seeing the changes in the ship and for the most part they look good. The ship looks brighter and cleaner. What we missed was the library, the first place I went to get a book to read and no library. There are a few books I finally found by the Rendevous, but very few and the topics of the books were not chosen to excited cruises. I imagine more for decoration, but I borrowed one anyway and then returned it and picked up a second in port. I also love going to deck 12 forward where it is usually quiet. But, it is now the private sanctuary of Suite cruisers. Don't they already have balconies? Boohoo! The cabin is looking good. The storage was more than enough for us and we loved the soft close cupboards and drawers!. The new tv's and system look really good. DH was able to watch the tennis finals, Go Bianca Andreescu!!!!! Nice and clear when we got the signal. The new boarding system where we could take our own photos ahead of time was really seamless and we were on board in record time, picked up our keys from our room and left our bags. We had expected to be seated at a table for ten, but ended up at a table for two right at the stern window. Well that was really lovely and we decided to stay with it as i hated to give up the window. For the most part the meals were excellent, sometimes a little too much for me, but generally tasty. As always there is too much salt but I drank lots... of water. Despite being able to get our Captain's club drinks at most bars we visited the cosmos each afternoon as a nice way to end the busy day and then off to diner. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
We chose this as we had never done a B.I. cruise. The weather was pretty good overall as we only used an umbrella once. The ship was good but the crew was great! We ate in Blu and wee very surprised at the quality of the food and the ... Read More
We chose this as we had never done a B.I. cruise. The weather was pretty good overall as we only used an umbrella once. The ship was good but the crew was great! We ate in Blu and wee very surprised at the quality of the food and the outstanding service. We have eaten in other Blu restaurants that were not nearly as good. The cabins are dreadfully small but they are functional. The overall entertainment was average. When the DJ gets more people to show than the live acts there is a problem. One nice touch was a sign in every elevator showing the disembarkation deck at every port. I have been waiting for this change for 20 years. Finally! However, some of the ports had ridiculous 2 and 3 deck slopes to get off. This was a definite weak spot for this cruise especially for handicap folks. A real challenge. Read Less
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