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“Probably one of the best holidays we have taken. The food in the alacarte dining was well worth the ”
Mr John Ward visited on 05/13 and recommended this ship.
My wife and I needed a holiday and wow did we get what we wanted. The cabin steward we had could not have been more helpful and bent over backwards to ensure our complete comfort and satisfaction. Thankyou Wian you were an absolute gem! Apert from that we found the destinations magnificent and we made some life long friends. We will book again for another cruise next year although we could go right now, it was that good.
Mrs michelle hutchings visited on 05/13 and recommended this ship.
well this ship is so big i think far to many passengers you cannot watch any shows without reserving to bad if it was fully booked if you wanted to you could stand in line and wait to see if someone didn't turn up so you could watch the show i recommend to reserve everything at time of booking watch where you want to eat because you might have to pay for it i have done 9 cruises and this one was very busy and cayotic as i said too many people i found at the end of the cruise you didn't get a log of it food was good however not many vegetables didn't even go to the dining room had to wait in line went to the windjammers for meals i couldn't get over no passenger laundary facilities had to pay if i wanted clothing ironing apart from that the crew put on lovely events and very polite met lots of people and it was an experience did enjoy it as i said lots of people how big is too big? its amazing its floats
“What a great ship”
Mr Derrick Braithwaite visited on 03/08 and recommended this ship.
We just returned this week from a glorious Inside Passage trip on the Celebrity Century. Without a doubt this was one of our best cruises ever.
Embarkation: Pretty effortless, except that the security check point at Canada Place (the pier) had a pretty long line. Once you get into the Celebrity Area, it was smooth sailing. We were on board within minutes, sipping Champagne as Celebrity always greets you with a glass.
Stateroom: We opted for a "Suite Guarantee" when we booked, as they were highly discounted and not much more than we would have paid for a standard Veranda. We got a Sky Suite on the Penthouse Deck. This was our first Suite on Celebrity, and so we also got the additional butler service, bottle of champagne, nightly snacks, afternoon tea, super expensive soaps...the works! If you can afford it, I highly suggest the Sky Suite. Our balcony was huge! The room itself was small in comparison to say the Superior Suites on HAL, but were suitable for our needs. The water pressure on the shower was GREAT, as was the Whirlpool Tub. Only thing missing was a rubber ducky
Service: OUTSTANDING! From the stateroom attendant to the butler to our wait staff...it was flawless. Service from those guys was about the best of any cruise we've taken. Kudos also to the computer staff, the concierge staff, the Aqua Spa staff, and the Michael's Club staff !
Cleanliness: One of the cleanest ships we've seen. They also have Norovirus fully under control as there were signs everywhere about washing your hands, using towel to open the door, etc and they enforced the Purell spraying of your hands at all food stations. We had a clean crowd anyways.
Food: We had early dining (6-615pm) and a great table with 2 great waiters. Amazingly we were finished with dinner NLT 730pm every night. The food was great. A few dishes did stand out: Blackened Salmon and Veal Cordon Blu were excellent. My wife enjoyed the Vegetarian Entrees almost every night. We opted for Murano for our 10th Wedding anniversary. It ranks as one of our best eating experiences ever. The Goat Cheese Souffle and Escargot Tortellinis were out of this world good. Wife said the broiled Pear with Roquefort cheese may have been the best thing she's ever eaten. She had the Lobster Tail and I had Dover Sole. Murano is worth every penny.
Overall Impression: The ship is older, but classier than the other Celebrity ships we've been on. Service was exceptional. Our personal perks were insane! A great cruise experience. One other thing that people have mentioned: The officers were everywhere and made an effort to get to know us. In fact, one of the officers at our Captain's Table dinner (Laura, the HR Director) knew that the next night we were celebrating our Anniversary at Murano's. She sent over a bottle of Champagne and came over to personally greet us during our dinner. Now THAT'S a nice touch.
Mr Philip Young visited on 01/09 and recommended this ship.
Our family had a fantastic holiday aboard this beautiful Diamond Princess.The dining was superb from the four different decor dining rooms to the best buffet I have experienced.The entertainment was excellent,from the big production broadway style shows to the comedy acts .We enjoyed the ships layout.We liked being able to do a complete lap of the ship on the promenade deck.Too many other nice things to mention.We had a great holiday.
Mrs Karen churach visited on 06/11 and recommended this ship.
We just returned from a great cruise. Althought the weather was not as warm as we would like ( but it was a great deal) and there were some rough seas we still had fun. Luckily we didn't get seasick. The cruise staff were great. Our cabin was very comfortable the the steward was so attentive. The layout is OK. The pool deck has an area set aside for acrobatics but the weather did not cooperate for this to take place outside. They performed in the atrium which was really not a good venue for that. There were 2 spas on the pool deck. One was supposed to be dedicated to adults but probably because of the cool weather were mostly used by the kids. It was also like a very small heated pool that fit 4 adults. Not great for 2000 passangers. Neither were whirlpools and one would expect them to be heated to 37 or 38 degrees not 30. It would have been nice to have a spa in the Oasis (adults only area), the space in the Oasis was significantly smaller than the one on the Pacific Sun. We found the entertainment to be top notch. We really enjoyed the group The View and went to see them every night as well as the shows and the piano bar where Laurie from LA and Brian entertained. The Attic provided dancing to the wee hours. There was no shortage of fun things to do. The P&O experience is lots of fun.
Mrs Karen churach visited on 01/10 and recommended this ship.
We traveled from Fremantle to Bali with friends. We knew the age and size of the ship and our expectations were for a fun experience. We previously cruised on a large new ship so we didn't want to judge against that. What we found: The staff were great! The entertainment great, atmosphere great! It is not a new ship so don't expect things it can't deliver. The only downer was that there are 2 spas on the pool deck. One was out of service for the entire cruise. That made relaxing in the spa quite difficult for 2000 passangers. Understanding that parts were needed the question would be, they are freestanding spa's anyway, why not have a spare in storage for these occasions. Feedback was that this spa was out of order on any number of cruises so it should have been fixed. All in all we had a great time and would highly recommend the Sun. We recently took a cruise on the Pacific Jewel which is much newer and larger but found their public space was not laid out nearly as well and the number of rooms for entertainment was significantly fewer for evening entertainment. We had fun on that too but I think liked the Sun better.
Staff Member recommended this ship.
Thank you for your excellent work in preparing for our forthcoming P&O cruise on Pacific Sun.
Betty & David