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  1. Is the roof top terrace on the Millennium open to all passengers? I believe the Retreat Sun Deck is restricted for Suite passengers, correct?
  2. We are aboard Silhouette and Qsine is Le Petite Chef. The menu is very limited and the space is closed and unappealing to us. We've decided to forego a dinner there. When we were on the Infinity a few years back Qsine had quite an extensive and exotic menu. The restaurant was located at the top of the ship with remarkable views. We thoroughly enjoyed our experience then. We are booked on the Millennium in December 2019 and wondering which Qsine will be on board. If anyone is currently onboard and would care to take a picture of the iPad menu, that would be much appreciated!! Thanks for any info... trying to decide if we'll buy a multiple night package of specialty dinning.
  3. Sorry if this is discussed before but I'm obviously not using the search correctly. We just upgraded to an A1 on Deck 11. I've never been in these cabins. Is there any covering at all on the balcony? How is the noise level? Are they more windy? Thanks again.
  4. https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/2000/Cruise-Ship-2138-Passengers---Stock-No.-S2281-3016984/United-States#.WfhZspLyi71 Floris
  5. Can someone who has been in the refurbished concierge class staterooms on the millennium tell me how many outlets are in the room? Do we need to bring a plug that has multiple outlets on it? Thank you
  6. We initially booked one of those triangular balcony S1 cabins on both the Millie and the Infinity. However, since they were both TAs and X recently added all 4 perks as an option when booking TAs, we found it was a better deal to refare those cruises down to a S2 cabin and use the difference to in effect pay for the 4 perks. Besides location and sometimes balcony size, is there any other differences between a S1 and S2 we're overlooking?
  7. Hi, I just booked AquaClass 9126 cabin on the Millennium. It is below the Oceanview Buffet. I am concerned about noise. Will I have an issue? There is another cabin available 9074 but that is under the pool deck. What are your opinions on the cabins? Thanks in advance for everyone's assistance.
  8. I have been looking at pictures of the revolutionized sky suites and don’t see any drawer space. Has any one been on since the changes that can tell me about drawer space. Also are the new sofas comfortable for sitting? Thanks in advance
  9. Can anyone who has been on the Millenium since it was refurbished tell me if they added king sized beds to the staterooms like the Edge? I can’t imagine there is enough room to have done this but I haven’t been able to find the answer. Thanks for your help.
  10. Hi, our Millennium cruise starts this Friday and I wonder from those of you who just went on the Alaskan cruise on our ship... is there any need to pack a swimsuit? Indoor pool? Hot tubs that are on this time of year? Thanks!
  11. Can anyone who sails on the Northbound itinerary please save and post the Celebrity Today Newsletter. I am sailing June 7th and would like to review. Thanks in Advance!!
  12. Lisa posted some before and after clips of the Revolution.
  13. I have searched but can't find any recent examples of menus in the Millennium main dining room for an Alaskan cruise. Has anyone seen that posted, or do you have a link to it? My inlaws are coming with us this summer, and they are a bit picky when it comes to food. They asked last night if I had seen any menus, and I promised to try to find some... We sailed on Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas last summer, and I had no problem finding images of each night's menu in the main dining room, but no such luck with Millennium yet...
  14. Hi all My DH and I are looking at millennium. We have never sailed her. We are looking at Aqua class cabins on deck 10. Is one cabin better over the other? The other aqua class cabins are on deck 9 which are under the pool. We're worried about the noise under the pool. Other option is deck 7 verenda 7102. We're waffeling between this cruise & doing a North bound cruise on the Royal Princess. Royal isn't stopping at icy strait. It is scenic cruising College Fjord. TIA for any help
  15. Well here it goes again I am going to give it another try. This is my 3rd review. First one was in November on the Eclipse. I did a Med Cruise out of Barcelona and then a Trans Atlantic ending in Buenos Aires. that was some cruise 29 days of fun. Met some great people for sure. Second was a 7 night on the Equinox with my family for winter break out of Miami. A little about myself, my name is Norma and I am traveling with a friend of mine Sharon. I met Sharon in Portland some 30 years ago, as we worked for the same company. She moved to Washington DC and then to Florida with her husband when they retired. Somewhere along the line we lost touch but reconnected about 3 years ago thanks to Facebook. She now lives in Houston near her children. I can not wait to travel with her, we did our first cruise together in 1984, hope I am not dating myself. Back to me!!!! I live in Novato Ca which is about 20 minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge. I travel solo quite often and enjoy it tremendously. I have cruised on many lines, with Celebrity being my favorite. I love cruising and once I retired that's what I planned on doing. I love other peoples live blogs like Chicago Paul and Jim and Iian just name a few. My grandkids are sad I am leaving without them as they love to cruise as well. This time I have taken the surf package as I don't really do a lit of streaming. It was $84.20 after my Elite Plus discount, if it doesn't work out I will change to the regular internet package on the ship. Sharon and I are both flying Eva Air Premium Economy. Both flights leave April 24 around 1am we will connect in Taipei and fly onto to Narita, Tokyo's Airport. I have never flown Eva air, but have read a lot of good things about them. From SFO to Taipei is 13 hours. We then plan on spending 2 days in Tokyo and do a little sightseeing. Our ship leaves out of the industrial pier called OI. There has been much confusion because it was originally to leave out of Yokohama. It resolved but was a mess for many weeks. Roll call members can attest to that. We have settled one the Limo Bus to get from the airport to our hotel. A taxi or private car service was out of the question at $200.00 or more. We will take a cab from our hotel the Shinagawa Prince to the pier. Celebrity has provided instructions in Japanese for the taxi driver. There is a free city shuttle that many will take but standing on the side of the road waiting is not my idea of fun. The roll call has been very active with lots of good information I can't wait to meet these people. As a side note many people wonder if Celebrity reads Cruise Critic. Surprise they do. On the first night of my Eclipse trip the Hotel Director Jamie came up to me and asked me if I was doing the "Live Blog" believe me I was surprised. I did this same cruise 2 years ago and live all the sea days, crossing the International Date Line, where the date stays the same for 2 days in this case its May 4th. Almost feels like getting a free day!! The Millie just recently had her Revolution make-over. I will try to post as many pictures as I can. I know there has been lots of talk about the furnishings. We are in a C1 cabin on the aft of the ship, 7212. These C1 cabins have very large verandas, my last TP I was in 9164, I would not recommend this cabin as there was too much noise from the Ocean View cafe. Now we are right above the 2 Penthouse suites, sure wish I could afford one of them.... Well enough for now, please, please, please if you have any questions just ask. I am so excited I was awake at 4AM, please I will be exhausted by the time I take my shuttle to the airport at 8PM tonight. Here is our itinerary for the TP portion of our cruise.
  16. I’m set to sale next year for the 14 day Japan cruise. What side of the ship do you think would be the best location for my cabin?
  17. Hi all - my family is sailing in a Family Veranda on the Summit next month. Pre-revolution, we understood that the cabin "second bedroom" had two full length couches, one which converted to a double / queen bed and one which converted to a single. Looking at the (few) post-revolution photos we have found, it looks like one of the full length couches has been replaced by one of the wide chairs / not quite loveseats that also now grace the veranda cabins. From what I have read, these don't convert into beds - does anyone know whether the Family Veranda still has two beds (one double/queen and one single) in the kid's bedroom area? Thanks in advance! - Jonathan
  18. Power went out on the Millennium this morning as we are sailing from Seoul to Tianjin - at about 11.30am local time for around 10 minutes. We had an announcement from Captain Alex saying that the engineers and electricians were troubleshooting and power would be back on in a few minutes and it was. At that time he said not to worry as we were sailing in safe waters. 😳 At a Captain’s Club event 30 minutes later, Captain Alex joked around, pulling out his phone and asking ‘did you pay the bill?’ After the event when he was talking with people his phone rang, and he turned away to talk, spoke to an officer and left the room. Hmmm. The Internet has just come back on about 3.15pm.
  19. Can someone please advise the times of the evening theatre show performances on the Millennium. We are looking to make advance reservations for speciality dining and would base these around the theater shows.
  20. Am I correct in thinking the only speciality restaurants on Millennium are Tuscon Grille, Qsine and Sushi on Five? And no Murano?
  21. Would like to see photos of Veranda ans concierge photos post edgification of the Summit and Millennium not stock photos from Celebrity.
  22. Arrived on the Millennium yesterday, dumped the bags, and headed up to the OV buffet. Looked for the Purel sprayer person. None. Looked for the DIY Peel dispenser. None. I asked a staff person who pointed to a fairly hidden area with four sinks. 24 hours later, I've seen damned few people using those sinks. I suspect many passengers don't even know they exist. Those that do are there for maybe 15 seconds. (What happened to save the oceans? For each person that actually washes their handsb at least one paper towel is added to trash.) There are still a few Purel machines around the ship. Not many, and at least one was empty. They do still have a staff person squirting when you get back on the ship. But nobody at the entrance to the MDR. I'm absolutely not a germophobe. I eat at street stalls in Thailand and taco stands in Mexico. But this is the very first time that I'm concerned about getting 'cruise ship cooties'. Was this part of the Edgification? Whoever approved that probably forgot to check with the Chief Medical Officer.
  23. In lieu of starting a new thread, if you are interested in following our Northern Glacier Alaska cruise adventure, I am writing a trip report of same live (ish). The ish is reality for me, I cannot write on the fly all the time; but will try my best throughout this cruise. Below is the link to my "Trip Report" in the ports of call area, for Alaska. Heather (hvbaskey)
  24. I have changed my Alaska cruise twice but hopefully I've got it straight. Hopefully my cabin is ok. We are going on the southbound trip from Seaward to Vancouver on May 29 in 2020. Any issues known about my cabin? Thanks for any info
  25. 2nd cruise to Alaska for my DH & I. 1st was on HAL. We were set on I Millie but now wondering on ROTS. We have only gone on 2 cruises. 1sr was New Amsterdam & Summit. If if you have sailed on both what are the pros & cons any specific to Alaska? The itinerary is the same starting in Vancouver and ending in Anchorage. Sailing inside passage. We are definitely booking a veranda and maybe Aqua class if we go Celebrity. Good service & helpfull staff is extremely important to us. We also enjoy food. I’m a vegan but my husband is an omnivore. Were usually in bed by 11 so nightlife is not that important to us. We enjoy going to shows. Thanks for any help
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