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Pattizoo August 24th, 2008 04:43 PM

Cabin amenities on the millenium??
 
We are in the countdown to a 14 day trip on the Millenium. I have seen conflicting listings as to what is available in our cabin. In particular, is there a mini fridge in every cabin (we are booked for an inside,) and do the lower end cabins have VCRs and/or plugs on the front of the TV for RCA cables to hook up our own player or PlayStation? Our last cruise was on the Pacific Princess and all the cabins have fridges. It was nice to be able to come in after a long day and grab something cold to drink or have chilld fruit. One evening they sent our desserts from the specialty restaurant down to our room because we just couldn't eat another bite at the table! They even sent an extra one, bless them!! I enjoyed tiramisu for 3 days!!

Thanks, Patti

Triton August 28th, 2008 01:28 PM

We had a family reunion on the "Millie" this past February. There were 25 of us in 13 cabins. One cabin was Concierge Class and the others were standard. We were on Decks 6 and 7.

All of our rooms had a fridge. Our TV had plug ins (for my camcorder). I don't know if every room does, but my best guess would be that they do. Every Celebrity ship I've been on had a fridge and plug ins.

Tiramisu? Yummm! That's my favorite! 8)

Rev22:17 August 28th, 2008 05:08 PM

Re: Cabin amenities on the millenium??
 
Patti,

Quote:

Originally Posted by You
We are in the countdown to a 14 day trip on the Millenium. I have seen conflicting listings as to what is available in our cabin. In particular, is there a mini fridge in every cabin (we are booked for an inside,) and do the lower end cabins have VCRs and/or plugs on the front of the TV for RCA cables to hook up our own player or PlayStation? Our last cruise was on the Pacific Princess and all the cabins have fridges. It was nice to be able to come in after a long day and grab something cold to drink or have chilld fruit. One evening they sent our desserts from the specialty restaurant down to our room because we just couldn't eat another bite at the table! They even sent an extra one, bless them!! I enjoyed tiramisu for 3 days!!

Yes, there is a refrigerator in every cabin. It's normally stocked with the complimentary "minibar" setup of beverages and snacks, so it does not have a lot of extra room. You'll find a copy of the "minibar" inventory and price list in your cabin. I think that the cabin steward can remove the inventory, at no charge, if you so request.

Be aware that your cabin steward will replace whatever you use from the "minibar" set-up and bill the replacement to your shipboard account whenever (s)he services your cabin. Also, your cabin steward will lock the refrigerator during turn-down on the last night of the cruise so you won't be able to take anything from it after the last billing. Passengers whose medicines require refrigeration can make arrangements in advance to have access to their refrigerators during the last night.

Norm.

CruzNut August 29th, 2008 01:15 AM

You definitely can have the steward empty the refrigerator of their choice of beverages to sell you - just ask. And, the fridges are not all that cold - a glass of ice doesn't last very long ... nothing like Princess's fridges.

daysatsea August 29th, 2008 09:24 PM

The TV's in regular cabins on the Millennium do not have plugs or they do not have VCR's.


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