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La Romana (Casa de Campo) Cruise Reviews
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3.0
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46 reviews
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New Year Cruise 2018
"This cruise ship is one of the smallest in the fleet, and therefore does not have a large amount of things to do. The interior is tired but they have updated the carpets and curtains. Accommodation: Typical..."Read More
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Angryhaggis63

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

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Transatlantic Sunset

Review for Marella Celebration to Transatlantic

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Claphaml

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

I decided on this trip as a way to see the Caribbean with my 77 year old mum and not have the overnight flight back to UK. The Thompson’s brochure states you can check in and drop your bags the day before, unfortunately this is not the case, however once you have dropped your cases you don’t see them again until they are delivered to your cabin (it’s worth having some suitable ‘hot weather’ ...
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Sail Date: March 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

2 Helpful Votes


Relaxing Time

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - Southern

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Muttly

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

Sorry for this being a long review but I tried to cover most of what we did and how we found it. The holiday started well at the airport, travelling premier class with TUI we were whisked through check in and security, it was the last we saw of our hold luggage until it arrived at our cabin. We were greeted on the plane with a glass of bubbly before take off, we were glad to have booked premier ...
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Sail Date: March 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

24 Helpful Votes


Exceeded expectations - Atlantic crossing

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - All

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Suzelovescruising

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Don't be swayed by negative reviews, we've sailed with P&O, Fred Olsen etc and were a little dubious about this ship but decided to go with it as the itinerary for the caribbean suited us perfectly plus we prefer the smaller ships. Admittedly on embarking the Celebration first impression weren't brilliant but all I can say is the ship's ambience and charm grows on you not to mention the ...
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Sail Date: March 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

10 Helpful Votes


Great Cruise and People, certain things lacking from Marella (disappointing)

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - All

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cruisergn

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

What went well: The flight, crew, and service were excellent, safety was a priority. Transfers were good with no added delay other than the wings being deiced which was acceptable. No hassle, boarding the ship was easy and well managed with the exception of the booker not being aware of 25-night passengers. The cruise director Gavin Carroll was a joy, he was always smiling and friendly and ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

1 Helpful Vote


Another great cruise on Marella Celebration

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - All

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Gillnbiff

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

We have been on the Celebration three times before this cruise.Reading some of the reviews we were apprehensive about the way things had changed since we were on the ship in March 2017. We need not have worried we found that the ship was still as good as before with the same excellent service from all the crew.They really make this ship and cannot do enough for you and they are always ...
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Sail Date: March 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

14 Helpful Votes


EXCELLENT OVERALL BUT WITH A COUPLE OF ISSUES!

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - Southern

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davidppmbrown

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

We did the 7 day cruise 8 years ago as a sampler (our first cruise - Thomson Dreams) along with a 7 day beach stay. Decided on 14 days this time (our 6th cruise) Perfect flight and transfer to liner. Upgraded to deluxe cabin (No.230) well worth it. Food and service is top class. Anyone who complains is probably a habitual complainer. However, we did take out the All Inclusive drinks ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

10 Helpful Votes


Suprisingly good!

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - All

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Jazzimum32

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

We chose this cruise as it offered good value for money (food, drinks and tips included) and also offered 5 island visits. We weren't expecting a lot of luxury but were pleasantly surprised about our whole experience. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The service in the restaurants was great and the food really good. The choice, presentation and service were all excellent. The ...
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Sail Date: January 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

2 Helpful Votes


Birthday Cruise

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - All

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Celebration Traveller

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

This is our sixth cruise on-board the Celebration, the first being 10 years ago. Yes we will agree that the ship is getting a little old, however, the refurbishments to the ship, made over the period we have enjoyed here, are significant and have made a huge improvement to our enjoyment. Let's go from the start. Our luggage was taken from us at Manchester Airport, and the next we saw of it was in ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

2 Helpful Votes


Disappointing with few good points

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - All

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jeansamantha

10+ Cruises

Age 80s

My husband and I were due to take this cruise at Christmas and New Year but was called for replacement hip surgery so we put it back until mid February by which time he was doing extremely well. I had upgraded our cabin to deck 8 (bridge deck) and also took the all inclusive drinks package at £798 so, all in all, this was not a cheap cruise. However, once on board we were invited to upgrade ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

1 Helpful Vote


Huge disappointment!

Review for Costa Pacifica to Caribbean - Western

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Cruiser0976

2-5 Cruises

Age 40s

Before the cruise I read a lot critical reviews about Costa but I just thought that Americans are to demanding and as an European I can manage with European customers and service. I was totally wrong. We have cruised before e.g. Princess Cruises and have loved every second. This time was different. Ok, I have to admit that the ship seemed quite nice and cabin was also proper and clean. For ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Departure Port: Colon (Cristobal)

Cabin Type: Balcony Premium

19 Helpful Votes


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