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Traveler Reviews

A ship’s traveler rating is provided under license by Cruiseline.com , which manages one of the largest databases of cruise reviews and ratings by travelers. A total of 750 guests have reviewed Celebrity Constellation, giving it a rating of 3.9 on a scale of 1-5.

Cruiseline Travel Rating:

3.9 out of 5(750 reviews)

Reviews by Traveler Type

Couples63.1%
Singles/Friends13%
Families w/older children8%
Groups5.2%
Families w/young children3.3%

Most Recent Reviews

Interesting Cruise (Not to be repeated)

May 9th, 2019

Interesting to have been through the Suez Canal. The ship experience was not up to the usual Celebrity standard.

Traveler Type

Singles/Friends

Experience

7+ cruises

May 8th, 2019

Sailed twice last year on Celebrity constellation both times where fantastic. Great food and service. The ship did look a little bit tired but everything else made up for that. We enjoyed so much we are on the Constellation again in July.

Great trip with interesting ports

May 5th, 2019

For me perfect size ship. Few lines. Dining options and service so much better than NCL’s Epic last year.

Traveler Type

Singles/Friends

Room Type

Oceanview

Experience

4-6 cruises

Great Celebrity Cruise

May 5th, 2019

Great Celebrity cruise ... Constellation is scheduled for a much-needed refit next year.

Traveler Type

Couple

Room Type

Balcony

Experience

7+ cruises

Wonderful Great Cruise

Apr 22nd, 2019

Really enjoyed the trip and would definitely use Celeberty again.

Traveler Type

Couple

Room Type

Balcony

Experience

7+ cruises

Apr 3rd, 2019

Great trip with great friends. First cruise so I didn’t know what to expect. I hope to try other ships, too. The food and pool were good and weather was great

Mar 24th, 2019

4/3/19 - 18/3/19 - 14 night Arabian Sea and India Abu Dhabi-Dubai (overnight stay)-Oman-Cochin India-New Mangalore India-Goa India-Mumbai India-Abu Dhabi (overnight stay) We are two ladies travelling together. We loved the itinerary and were looking forward to this cruise. However, we had such a lot of hassle regarding visas and medication approval that I was quite ill before we left and would rather have postponed this trip. Also my friend broke a bone in her ankle, one week before we left, and was put in a “boot”, which she had to wear all the time, apart from when showering. That meant she even had to sleep in it! I approached Celebrity requesting that we postpone our trip until my friend had recovered, but they refused to allow this! No swimming, therefore, for my friend. I have various illnesses and take very strong medication. I was told that I needed to get “Prior Permission” to take this medication into the UAE for my personal use. WARNING: Allow yourself 3 months to obtain this Permission as I had such a lot of trouble and it took me just over 2 months before I finally got the required paperwork from them! If you have a USA or UK passport then you are told the visa will be added to your passport upon your entry to UAE. But the advice also insisted that it could change at any time and we had to keep checking with the Foreign Office. The Indian Visa is relatively easy to apply for but is expensive. When visiting Oman, the ship gave out a small ‘visa’ card (credit card size), and you hand it back into the ship once you get back onboard. I wish all other ports were like that! We were in a Concierge Cabin, 8047. AVOID THIS CABIN! There is a contraption attached to the balcony which is there permanently whilst at sea. It only moves whilst we are in port and it is used to take the workmen around the ship to touch up paint! 8047 is the docking station! It covers half of the balcony! We had never been told that there is partial obstruction on this balcony. We would never have chosen it if we had known that. Also you do not expect any obstruction on the balconies in Concierge class. After repeated requests we were finally moved into cabin 8124. We accepted the move but the air conditioning was below par but we never bothered to complain. The ship itself is tired and worn, but was kept spotlessly clean by the staff. We were told the ship will be refurbished in a couple of months. Not before time! The food was fantastic and we could not find fault at all, although there are not many options for Speciality Restaurants. The main Dining Room (San Marco) organisation leaves a lot to be desired. We were on Freedom Dining. However if we tried going to dinner there after 7 pm we were provided with a pager and told to wait in the bar. One evening people were left in the bar until 22.00-22.15! Too late to eat! Once you had a table and were seated, mostly things went very well. The food, again, could not be faulted. A few times when the wait for a table in San Marco was over an hour, then we chose to go to The Ocean View self-service restaurant. We happily chose this one for breakfast and lunch, but we would like to be waited on in the evening. But neither of us like eating too late at night. We also enjoyed going to the shows in the Theatre after dinner; so to wait hours for a table would rule that out. The visiting stars in the Theatre were superb. The resident performers were well below par. The “trapeze artists” (2 of them) were very good. The singers and dancers were like a chorus line of amateur artists. Not the standard I have experienced from Celebrity in the past. As we stayed in two different cabins, we had two different cabin boys. Both men were terrific and could not do enough for us. They were friendly and hard-working. Rusmin looked after us in 8047, and then Savio looked after us in 8124. Most of the staff on board were extremely friendly and appeared to be happy in their work. Excursions booked with the ship were extremely expensive and definitely not worth the money. Some of the coaches were in a very poor state. One coach we travelled on practically had the door hanging off! I have always enjoyed Celebrity cruises and been on a few of their ships. Constellation is well and truly ready for its promised refurbishment.

Lovely cruise

Mar 21st, 2019

Think we would have enjoyed our cruise much more had I have been well enough to enjoy it. Unfortunately we spent most of our vacation in our cabin. It was well organised and clean. Staff were amazing! To be honest, I was dreading this cruise after reading somsny negative reviews, but thankfully that wasn’t the case. I am very hard to please and am the first to complain if something is not to my standard. No negative comments on our part.

Traveler Type

Couple

Room Type

Balcony

Experience

7+ cruises

Amazing Indian experience

Mar 20th, 2019

The worst part of the whole cruise was trying to organise the visas on line for t India. It’s not difficult just frustrating. I feel this is a cruise that is definitely worth a visit.

Traveler Type

Couple

Room Type

Oceanview

Experience

4-6 cruises

It was an interesting and comfortable cruise.

Feb 21st, 2019

It was a interesting and pleasant cruise. The locations we visited were very nice, and I would recommend this itinerary. I have to confess that the previous three cruises I did with Celebrity were a little more enjoyable. They were done twice on the Equinox and once on the Eclipse. The performances on board I think were better. Finally I have to say that the cost of this cruise makes it a great cost benefit option.

Traveler Type

Couple

Room Type

Oceanview

Experience

7+ cruises

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