Celebrity Equinox ReviewsView Cruise Deals
I must say what a fabulous time we all had on Celebrity Equinox. We are a family of 6 and we took away Peter who celebrated his 65th Birthday on board, when we arrived back to our room there was bottle of wine and a banner that had been placed beautiful what a surprise . We all had such a wonderful, relaxing time and will definatley sail with Equinox again, the staff and crew were so friendly and nothing was to much trouble. My very best to all at Equinox. Thank you Maggie Wilbor
My first cruise with celebrity cruises and boy did they deliver. Cannot sing the praises enough for the celebrity equinox and its crew. The facilities and my stateroom with a balcony was superb. Le petit chief restaurant with its animation was just something we have not stopped talking about. The staff were so warm, welcoming and so friendly. A real credit to celebrity cruises. Listening to sashi sing in the sunset bar was a real joy. So from myself and my wife I would like to thank everyone on board the equinox for making our cruise such a great experience. We are already looking for next year.
Marvellous first cruise. 95% forgot you were on a boat. Staff so friendly and helpful. Fabulous selection of food. Will be saving up for another cruise soon.
Fantastic Ship Fantastic Service Fantastic Holiday ! Well done Sarah at Iglu for recommending this to us !!
The food and service on board the ship were excellent, our cabin was up to standard as expected with a very comfortable bed. The only downside was that there were no teamaking facilities in the cabin which I'm sure we've had before, it's needed because on board they don't seem capable of boiling water to make a decent cup of tea. We were disappointed by the ports of call. Key West is a very small town which was trying very hard to provide entertainment and was Ok for an hour or so.. Costa Maya seemed to be recently purpose built with a quay for two cruise ships and a few shops, again we wandered around for an hour. At Cozumel the ship docked at a quay with a few shops and very little else, the main centre being around three miles distant. Grand Cayman was a charming place with lots going on and plenty to see, it was only marred by the long queues to board a tender, it seemed as if the crew were taken by surprise that people wanted to go ashore and the whole exercise was a shambles, it wasn't much better when returning to the ship and finding that security couldn't cope with 200 passengers arriving at once.
Not for smokers.Left bars a few times waiting to get served,don,t seem to have any system.Ordering by waiter service rarely correct.(wrong drinks).Music a bit middle of the road,iwas on a Caribbean cruise no reggae,ska,steel bands (hopeful me).Cigar smokers had to go near the funnel,docked beside a ship with ashtrays on cabin veranda.Entertainment o.k.great if you favour musicals,adult comedy?not Chubby Brown but o.k.Staff very good,waiters cafe and restaurant excellent.Food great in Cafe.burger bar.Not so good in restaurants both our meals cold or undercooked.Good overall atmosphere.everyone friendly a great mix of nationalities never heard an angry voice.Relaxing holiday but i wish someone had warned me about the smoking-my own bad life choice.It was to celebrate our Ruby anniversary maybe i should have tried Europe for first cruise being from Scotland.
Wonderful time , poor weather, ship a little tired but going for a refurbish, Service food outstanding
I first sailed on the Equinox 6 years ago and it now looks a little tired and in need of a refresh. Although the service was good I would not rate it as excellent . The wait at the bar was a little too long, waiter service at the pool was limited and the pool bar was chaotic. Dining room service was good but the food was often lukewarm and wine service again slow. I had previously rated Celebrity higher than Princess or Royal Caribbean but I would now rate it on a par.
Transfers were a shambles!! After travelling for 17 hours we waited more than 2 hours for transfers. Same situation on the following day - transfer scheduled 11am - 11.15am. Finally boarded the ship after 2pm. We were amongst the last to board. Ship diverted to miss storm so didn’t call at St Croix, the only island we hadn’t visited. Spent 24 hours in Antigua!! A port we had visited several times and would never go ashore after dark as would not feel safe. Following day was Barbados. Everything closed as it was Sunday!!! Monday was St Lucia were it was a public holiday. Everything closed!!!! There was no information given to advise of these situations. As we had visited both islands several times we had no wish to repeat previous tours. This cruise was for our 50th wedding anniversary!!!!!
Just come back from our caribean cruise . Staff were exceptional not 1 with a frown on all full of smiles . They treated you first class and everyone the same as if you had a penny or a million pounds in your pocket everyone was treated exactly the same . Food was to die for never eaten so well in my life I even put a stone on . Any way . Highly recommended We're looking at doing a med cruise next in April 2019 but my love want to go sooner maybe we'll do 2 cruises