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We thoroughly enjoyed our 10 day Alaska cruise. Apart from the stunning weather and scenery, the other notable experience was gained from the great service by the crew. They were all friendly and made every effort to accommodate us. In particular, Sanwang who was our steward, and took care of our cabin and was always pleasant and helpful. In the restaurant, Sentihal in the seating area around 518 was our headwaiter and stood out as efficient and genuinely welcoming. Our favourite drinks waiter was Ari from Bali. He was always smiling and made us feel relaxed and happy. Hope he makes it home in time for the birth of his first child in September. Other notable staff were Niki from the casino and her barman Sarid they always looked after us. Russell, whose memory of our table preference was remarkable when she had to seat so many passengers for meals. This cruise was for my 50th birthday, and it was a truly memorable one. I would recommend to anyone wishing to experience beautiful Alaska.Read more
- Cruise Name: Celebrity Millennium
- Destination: Alaska
- Sailed: May 2015
Celebrity Millennium has room on board for 2,138 guests. She is 965 feet long, has a beam of 105 feet and a draft of 26 feet. She travels at 24 knots and sailed an inaugural cruise in June 2000.
Her destinations include fantastic locations such as Alaska, British Columbia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Phillipines, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Hawaii, Russia, South Korea, China, Taiwan and Japan.
For days spent at sea, there's no end to the entertainment and activities available on board.
CelebrityLife Activities are split into four groups. Revive involves chiropractic sessions, acupuncture, a gait analysis, zumba fitness classes and Spa treatments. Play is all about the fun, with lawn bowls, pool volleyball, basketball, trivia contests, basketball, ping-pong, golf putting, and video games. Learn will teach you to dance, about the environment, about art, and languages. And Taste is all about cooking, wine, and bartending.
Meals are as varied as they are delicious, with everything from room service and casual dining to speciality restaurants and traditional cruise dining on the menu.
Traditional timed seatings and flexible meals are both served in the Main Dining Room, where you are offered an array of decadent cuisine from menus that are constantly changing.
Staterooms come in six categories; Suites, AquaClass, Concierge Class, Veranda Class, Ocean View, and Inside Stateroom.
All rooms have a TV, sitting area, 24-hour complimentary room service, 100 per cent cotton linens, and plenty of living space. There's no limit to the luxury in the suites, with massive rooms and verandas, butler-style service and in-suite breakfast, lunch and dinner.