Leading the way in the cruise industry for cutting edge technology, luxury spaces, and unforgettable culinary experiences formed by Michelin-star chefs, Celebrity Cruises boast an award winning fleet for you to enjoy. Across a range of diverse destinations, from the sunny Caribbean to stunning Alaska and the Galapagos, guests are treated to outstanding personalised service onboard and onshore, as well as world-class entertainment. What's more, with tips, Wi-Fi and drinks included if you go for the Always Included package as standard, as well as the option to upgrade to The Retreat for an even more luxury cruise experience , you can step onboard with everything taken care of on your Celebrity cruise.
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Celebrity is definitely a foodie’s cruise line with a fantastic list of complimentary and speciality dining options onboard their fleet of ships. The main dining room and smaller speciality restaurants boast a fantastic array of cuisines cooked to exceptional standards. However, special mention has to go to Blu, exclusively for Aqua Class guests with a new menu every day and Luminae, with meals designed by Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud, for Suite Class guests. Celebrity also have a very popular and wide ranging ‘classic’ drinks package available so you can leave your wallet in the cabin as you have cocktails by the pool or a beer in the lounge.
Please note not all restaurants listed are available fleet-wide. Ask about your ship at the time of booking.
After a hard day of enrichment and relaxation, Celebrity’s ships become an adult’s playground each evening with the transformation of many venues into nightclubs, bars and entertainment shows. From intimate cocktail displays and card rooms to grand, ever-changing theatre shows that’ll take your breath away, whatever mood you’re in each evening, there’s something for you with Celebrity.
Boasting everything from adults-only late-night shows, to aerial and circus style performances, audiences will be left wowed evening after evening thanks to the live shows available for everyone to enjoy.
For those guests who enjoy live music, there are plenty of venues to check out. Some of the most popular places to go are:
Serving up sophisticated cocktails, exquisite champagne and refreshing beers and wines, there are bars onboard every Celebrity cruise to suit every guest. Plus, with beer, wine, spirits and more included in your cruise fare, and the chance to upgrade to Premium drinks thanks to the Elevate and Indulge Packages, you'll truly be able to let your hair down.
If you’re looking for a laid back vibe, there are plenty of casual bars when you can simply grab a drink and relax. For a fine drinking experience, World Class Bar is always a hit, alongside the classic martinis served at Martini Bar & Crush or the collection of international wines at Cellar Masters. Alternatively, if you’d like to make the most of the incredible views from the deck, each ship has outdoor bars where you can take in the sunset. For anyone looking to keep the night going, the onboard nightclub is guaranteed to please with its live DJS and chic décor.
Celebrity Cruises strive to make their ships as family friendly as possible, meaning that even the youngest guests can enjoy travelling in luxury and style.
Camp at Sea is a program for kids on Celebrity Cruises which can be customised to suit their interests. With more than 500 activities to choose from, each and every passenger will be wowed by what's on offer:
Making mealtimes with kids easier with Celebrity Cruises. Room service and the main dining room both feature a special menu featuring favourites such as burgers and pizza, as well as salads, soups and tasty desserts, meaning that the stress is taken out of dinner time.
Celebrity Cruises believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a cruise, which is why they offer an autism-friendly environment on all their ships:
Based in Southampton, you can enjoy a no-fly cruise on Celebrity Silhouette to a variety of destinations including the Norwegian Fjords, Northern Europe and the Mediterranean. Meanwhile, the rest of the Celebrity ships go all over the world, including warmer climates in the Mediterranean.
For those wanting a fly-cruise package to exotic destinations, Celebrity has some excellent options, such as the Caribbean, South America, Asia, the famous Panama Canal or even Hawaii and Australia. Wherever you live in the UK and Ireland, you’re sure to have a flight connection near you, with Celebrity Cruise’s regional flights from Dublin, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and London airports.
Celebrity cruise and stay packages are also very popular in Alaska with the option to ride the Rocky Mountaineer Railroad and see more of Alaska and Canada’s stunning natural beauty and unique wildlife from the comfort of your charming train carriage. Alternatively, head to the fascinating Galapagos Islands onboard the specially-designed Celebrity Flora or Celebrity Xpedition, which you can expand into a wider tour package to Machu Picchu.
Celebrity Cruises have many enriching activities to help you recharge your batteries and make the most of each fantastic destination. From yoga classes to cookery workshops, language lessons to wine talks, there really is something for every taste and interest on a Celebrity cruise. The famous OneSpaWorld facilities onboard Celebrity cruise ships are also a must, with state-of-the-art treatments. Other onboard activities include:
With Celebrity Cruises, drinks, tips and Wi-Fi are included in your cruise fare as standard for the best value for money with their 'Always Included' package. Alternatively, you can upgrade to 'The Retreat' for an even more luxurious experience or select to 'cruise only' if on a budget. Find out more by reading our guide to what is included on a Celebrity Cruise.
Thanks to an app available on your smartphones, guests will be able to follow the onboard safety briefing from the comfort of their staterooms. From putting on a life jacket to the sound of the alarm and meeting points, Muster 2.0 has all the essential information available whenever you need it.
The $500-million redesign is set to make the Celebrity fleet ‘the best in the world’ between 2019 and 2023. Celebrity Revolution brings all other Celebrity ships up to the revolutionary standards of Celebrity Edge in a style they are calling the ‘edgification’. The result is each ship becoming a holiday resort at sea with the onboard venues, decks and dining being given a huge makeover to make the experience as innovative as possible.
Already at the height of luxury cruises, Celebrity Cruises suites will add a breathtaking twist to your cruise holiday, combining opulent living and sleeping areas with exclusive perks. Boasting private restaurant Luminae, as well as other advantages such as sundecks, lounges, pre-paid gratuities and onboard credit, you can truly make the most of every moment at sea.
Celebrity Cruises’ Captain’s Club is a fantastic loyalty program for guests to take advantage of by signing up for free. This loyalty scheme, along with added benefits by booking with Iglu Cruise, lets Celebrity passengers gain access to a long list of benefits as they collect points. Find more details here.
Solstice class ships offer 30 accessible staterooms — including Sky Suites, Concierge Class staterooms and Aqua Class balcony staterooms. Millennium class ships each offer 26 disabled access staterooms, including 11 balconies and six suites. Solstice class ships also have modern, accessible lifts and lowered desks.
Overall a really nice understated ship. Servive and food pretty good. I'm not sure whether I would rate it as excellent compared to other ships that I've travelled on for the money. I guess including tips,WiFi and drinks is really already added onto the price! I would go on another celebrity cruise ship though
Excellent. Entertainment was exceptional! Huge variety of artists. The resident band and show artists were the best I have seen and could as easily been performing on the West End! Stateroom was clean and the staff were lovely and friendly. They worked tirelessly to ensure every guest was looked after and every need met.
Excellent itinerary to Norway. First class service. Classic drinks package included is great value for money if you like a drink, but not so good, if like me, you're not a drinker but your partner is. Iglu kept us fully informed of document and covid requirements every step of the way which was very re-assuring.
Boat was clean and tidy, well laid out. Food was OK without being anything special, drinks selection was good. Disappointed in the excursions, Bergen in particular had little to offer and our excursion there was easily the worst on the cruise. Cabin was OK, service was good throughout the ship. Not sure it was worth the cost, think we paid a lot for the name Celebrity, not sure it was worth so much more than I paid for an MSC cruise to the Fjords in the past.
In a standard Celebrity stateroom you will find:
Celebrity Cruises are proud to offer legal weddings (including same-sex ceremonies as of 2017) onboard their ships, performed in international waters by the ship’s captain.
With Celebrity Cruises' Always Included package, you won't have to pay extra for tips as they are part of your cruise fare as standard. See here for more information on what is included on a Celebrity Cruise.
US Dollars ($) but Euros (€) are available on European cruises.
Thanks to Celebrity Cruises' Always Included program, tips, Wi-Fi and drinks come as part of your cruise fare as standard. In addition, unless otherwise stated, the following is included in your deal.
What’s included: accommodation, cuisine, use of the lawn club, pools, fitness centre and classes, entertainment, kids clubs, port immersion such as talks and presentations.
Not included: flights, hotels, transfers, excursions, speciality dining, laundry, spa treatments, babysitting, phone charges and insurance.
Celebrity Cruises are popular for having some of the best dining options at sea. When dining onboard, you have the option of eating in the complimentary main dining areas or treating yourself to for-a-fee speciality restaurants.
Yes, there is 24-hour room service onboard Celebrity cruise ships. Room service is chargeable between 11pm and 6am but otherwise is free. Whatever the time of day, there is the same room service menu, and between 6:30 and 10am there is also a continental breakfast option.
You can reserve your table when booking your cruise with us in your chosen speciality restaurant, within four days prior to your cruise. Alternatively you can do so at reception once onboard the ship.
Standard: vegetarian, diabetic, low-fat, low-sodium, low-cholesterol.
By request: kosher meals, gluten-free and lactose-free.
No, but you can bring your own providing it is a maximum width of 23 inches (59cm).
Celebrity Cruises do not provide wheelchairs or mobility scooters, but they do have shower stools, raised toilet seats, bed extensions and transfer benches that you can request.
Celebrity Cruises have a variety of easy access cabins to choose from which you can view on each ship's cabin details webpage. These have a door width of between 32 and 34 inches depending on the ship, have no steps, and are equipped with the necessary grab bars and easy-access amenities.
Yes, each ship has a hoist available for at least one pool and hot tub. You can request to make use of this by speaking to the crew onboard.
You can travel alone provided you do not require assistance. If declaring a disability and wishing to cruise solo, you must provide a doctor’s note declaring you are fit to do so throughout your travel including transport and hotels if necessary.