Celebrity Cruises

New luxury on the high seas
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Celebrity Cruises brings personalized luxury to the high seas. You’ll discover it in details like chocolates left on your pillow at turndown to a stateroom attendant who warmly greets you by name and a waitress who surprises you with a dark chocolate dessert when she overhears you mention a fondness for the sweet.

The company goes beyond the expected onboard amenities like casinos and main-stage productions (though it has those, too) with popular offerings like glass-blowing classes and silent disco parties. The ships also boast The Lawn Club, a half-acre parcel of real grass where you are free to frolic.

With its inaugural sail in 1990, Celebrity has grown to a fleet that accommodates as few as 16 and as many as 3,400 guests. And you can feel good about climbing aboard these eco-friendly vessels: Celebrity was the first cruise line in the world to use gas turbine propulsion and a frontrunner in reducing emissions through various energy efficiency programs.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Upgrade for access to the specialty restaurants. Try Qsine for an experimental culinary experience, Murano for classic French fare with impressive tableside presentations, Tuscan Grille for steaks and housemade pasta, and Sushi on Five for fresh, locally sourced nigiri and sushi.
  • It can be hard to choose from The Spa’s extensive treatment menu, but we recommend the Salt Stone Massage. Select fragrant oils that the therapist will use with warm salt stones to diffuse negative energy, alleviate stress and ease muscle tension. It includes a face and scalp massage as well.
  • Play croquet, practice yoga or simply lay out on a towel on The Lawn Club’s grass. Or special order a picnic spread — as you sit on a fleece blanket with a flute of Perrier-Jouët, you might forget you were on a ship if not for the surrounding waterscape.
  • Join in on one-of-a-kind cruise activities, like the glass-blowing class. You’ll get the chance to make a vase, ruffle-edged bowl or other creations in the fun outdoor sessions.
  • Celebrity Edge boasts imaginative design touches (a rooftop garden and a tennis-court-sized “Magic Carpet” that’s draped across four ship decks and provides different alfresco experiences on each) and luxurious accommodations that look more like posh hotel rooms than staterooms (two-story Edge Villas with private plunge pools and direct access to a shared sundeck and pool, and the two-bedroom, two-bathroom Penthouse Suites with soaking tubs on the veranda).

Things to Know

  • Celebrity Flora, the world's first ship built for the Galapagos, will make its inaugural sail in June. 
  • Aside from Celebrity Edge, three other new Edge Class ships will be unveiled in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
  • Guests of The Retreat gain entry to The Retreat Lounge, an inviting 24-hour lounge that serves a continental breakfast, afternoon tea and pre-dinner cocktails and bites. A dedicated club concierge can arrange for dining reservations or shore excursions. Bonus: You can leisurely wait here before your stateroom is ready when you board.

The Fleet

  • Celebrity Edge brings a maximum of 2,918 people to the Caribbean and Europe.
  • Part of the Edge series, Celebrity Apex sails to the Caribbean, Mexico and Europe.
  • Hawaii, Alaska, the Pacific Coast, the Caribbean and South America are all destinations for the 3,148-passenger Celebrity Eclipse.
  • Celebrity Equinox stays in the Caribbean and can welcome up to 3,148 passengers aboard.
  • The largest ship (with a capacity for 3,480), Celebrity Reflection does Caribbean and European trips.
  • The 3,148-passenger Celebrity Solstice goes to Alaska, Australia/New Zealand, the South Pacific, the Pacific Coast and Hawaii.
  • With room for 3,320 guests, Celebrity Silhouette makes its way to the Caribbean, Europe and the Bahamas.
  • Sail to Europe, Asia and Dubai with the Celebrity Constellation. The ship holds 2,559 people.
  • Carrying 2,593 guests, Celebrity Infinity cruises to Alaska, the Panama Canal, Europe, South America, the Caribbean and the Pacific Coast.
  • The 2,593-passenger Celebrity Millennium brings you to Alaska and Asia.
  • Traveling to the Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England, Celebrity Summit was the first cruise ship in the world to have a female American captain, Kate McCue.
  • Celebrity’s Xpedition (accommodates 100), Xperience (48), Xploration (16) and Flora (the all-suite, 100-passenger ship debuts in June) all venture out to the Galapagos Islands.

The Staterooms

  • All staterooms come with amenities such as turndown service, 24-hour room service, a robe and tote bag for you to borrow, and a Samsung flat-screen television.
  • Opt for Suite Class to get 24/7 "personal retreat host" service, priority check-in and debarkation, premium bath products, fresh flowers, your own balcony, reserved theater seating on certain nights, and use of The Retreat Lounge and a private globally inspired restaurant, Luminae.
  • The wellness-focused AquaClass staterooms give you a spa-like shower; an aromatherapy diffuser; a pillow menu; access to healthy, clean cuisine in Blu restaurant; your own personal spa concierge; and unlimited entry to the spa’s Persian Garden, where you can visit the sauna, steam room, experience shower and, our favorite, the heated tile loungers.
  • Concierge Class staterooms give you VIP perks, including priority check-in and debarkation, an exclusive embarkation day lunch, preferred times for all onboard dining reservations, a sparkling wine and fruit welcome amenity and a daily plate of canapés delivered to your room.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
1050 Caribbean Way, Miami, Florida 33132
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