There are four different types of suite on board Celebrity Millennium, each one providing something different. The first is the Sky Suite, which offers guests a bottle of sparkling wine on arrival, a private balcony and personal butler. The Celebrity Suite is the next level up and has plenty of indoor space. So, if you like to spread out, this is the cabin for you.
The Royal Suite has a separate bedroom, dining and living area, as well as a private balcony with a whirlpool. The highest tier of suite class accommodation is the Penthouse Suite, which resembles an apartment space. Here you can enjoy an outdoor whirlpool on your private balcony, a personal butler and baby grand piano.
If you fancy a cosy home-from-home, why not opt for an Interior Stateroom? It’ll provide you with two twin beds that can be converted to a queen sized bed, a private bathroom with a shower and a separate living area with a sofa. However, if you wish to see the upcoming ports as they draw near, choose an Oceanview Stateroom. These come with a large picture window facing the ocean. Balcony Staterooms are the next step up and come with a private balcony so you can see the oncoming ports and feel the fresh sea breeze.
Although, if you fancy more then you can choose to stay in a Concierge Class Stateroom, as you’ll receive added perks such as a private concierge and priority check-in. AquaClass Staterooms are great for guests who love the spa and relaxation; you’ll have exclusive access to the Persian garden, a relaxation room situated in the onboard spa. You’ll also receive exclusive access to the speciality restaurant Blu.