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Sail Date: December 2014
Sailed to Singapore December 2014 two great nights in hotel then we arrived on celebrity millennium,from the start the cabin was not what I booked , after complaining we were put on deck two. the ship was old and not up to a clean ... Read More
Sailed to Singapore December 2014 two great nights in hotel then we arrived on celebrity millennium,from the start the cabin was not what I booked , after complaining we were put on deck two. the ship was old and not up to a clean standard, dirty windows no cleaning ever going on around ship.The sun loungers were dirty rungs missing old and in need of changing.The cutlery was often dirty, and the dining room was always cold on deck four, as this was the smart or formal dining I was always cold in my evening wear.The self service dining was not much beter,with limited choice unless you wanted stir fry or piza .The entertainment was poor and limited theatre only half full,and nothing on most nights unless you wanted to watch old films.they have monks travelling on ship,no disrespect but I want entertainment when I pay good money out not exercices from monks.The last morning at breakfast they had no butter and when asked was given one small portion from under counter.WE paid a lot of money for this cruise and many other guest from uk Canada Usa and Australia were also unhappy about this cruise.NEVER AGAIN WITH CELEBRITY this ship needs scrapping save your money I whish we had. .Our room steward and assistant were the only good thing Read Less
Sail Date: November 2014
This ship had the WOW factor, ( Why Oh Why ) did I book it… If you have already booked it, it’s worth losing your deposit… This ship is a tired ship and as a few couples said, it’s a boring ship. Celebrity Cruises boast it’s ... Read More
This ship had the WOW factor, ( Why Oh Why ) did I book it… If you have already booked it, it’s worth losing your deposit… This ship is a tired ship and as a few couples said, it’s a boring ship. Celebrity Cruises boast it’s Modern Luxury, well I must have got on the wrong ship, it’s a dated ship, refurbished yes, but only part of it. If this is your first Cruise it will be you last Modern Luxury? on the 11th deck…lots and I mean lots of sunbeds with slats missing ( took pics) Areas where sunbathing or relaxing would depress you as to the surrounding scenery. Modern Luxury in the Ocean Restaurant?…. Cracked tables, where the cracks are filled in with a resin,,, ( got pics) Chairs whose arm rest show the woodgrain sanded and varnished.( got pics) Chairs are a mishmash of different shapes, making it look like a job lot. Modern Luxury?… Toilet wouldn’t flush on 3 different days, on the 2nd occasion water from Washbasin ran brown, scarey to think why it was a brown colour. Other passengers had the same problem Floor 10 Swimming pools deck, gents toilet flooded, ladies toilet one cubicle bunged up. Entertainment is subjective but here’s the a wee snippet?… Video on TV show a Officers and crew night at the Martini Bar, where it shows the steps jammed with officers and crew dancing which in turn gets everyone into the party spirit… in reality …..it was two entertainment crew who danced on the stairs for 5 min then disappeared, you could see everyone was ready to party, big let down. Table Tennis tournament was at 4.15…still waiting to see it happening On deck10 entertainment consisted of 3 or 4 days where line dancing was demonstrated and 2 events in the pool with crew versus cruisers. Met a couple who had booked and told company that one was in a wheelchair, on arrival, the chair wouldn’t fit through the door. Norovirus was evident:- Going for our breakfast only to be diverted another route someone had been sick in corridor. Spoke to an American who spent 2 days confined to his cabin, saline drip etc. The ships next port when we got off, was Bali, a couple at our table were continuing on this trip but on the last night were informed it was not going to Bali but back to Thailand. No one was giving a true explanation, all they heard was that Bali wanted to seize the ship for 3 days.. but it may be the fact that a ship has to declare the amount of people sick, if that was the case, then when the ship docked at Bali it would have to remain in port until the sickness level dropped before letting passengers of. I noticed a high level of cleaning midway through cruise which wasn’t apparent before, pity it may have cut down the number of sicknesses. One previous reviewer said they perfected the art of reaching their cabin from the lifts areas without touching anything an art we quickly adopted.. Concierge class:- We paid £200 each to upgrade to Concierge class, not worth the money, suppose to have priority embarkation and disembarkation, it didn’t happen. Canapés on order to the room if you wanted but you had to pick a time for them to be delivered and you had to be in your room, laughable. Fruit and Champagne in your room on arrival, got the Champagne, fruit was 3 apples laughable again. I’ll end by saying there are lots more negatives than positives and its unbelievable that cruisers can say they enjoyed it when the basics needs were a let down ,i.e sanitation. The ship sells itself as Modern Luxury, if it were a UK company I’d complain under the Trades description Act. And for those who know it, the Rothesay Ferry is a better standard What was Michael’s room all about? ANWERS ON A POSTCARD!   Read Less
Celebrity Millennium Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.1
Dining 4.5 3.9
Entertainment 4.0 3.7
Public Rooms 4.5 4.2
Fitness Recreation 4.0 3.9
Family 3.5 3.9
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.7
Enrichment 3.5 3.6
Service 5.0 4.2
Value For Money 4.5 3.8
Rates 4.0 4.1

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