Sailing since 2018, Celebrity Edge is an exciting Edge Class addition, voyaging alongside sister ships Celebrity Beyond and Celebrity Apex, and an important part of Celebrity Cruise’s cruising revolution. Innovative features and popular venues combine, such as the Magic Carpet, Eden Rooftop Garden, Grand Plaza and futuristic, immersive theatre, to make Celebrity Edge a real trendsetter when it comes to luxury cruising. Boasting a capacity of up to 2918 passengers, Celebrity Edge is luxury cruising on a grand scale, offering the exciting features of a larger ship with the exclusive service and surroundings of a more intimate vessel. Sailing everywhere from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, Celebrity Edge invites guests of all ages onboard to experience the joys of high-end ocean voyaging.
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Try a taste of modern luxury onboard Celebrity Edge with an amazing 29 dining options to choose from. With 7 speciality restaurants, 5 complimentary dining venues and 4 main dining rooms, Celebrity Edge invites you to discover a universe of tastes and flavours inspired by incredible cuisine the world over.Enjoy Celebrity Edge's exquisite complimentary dining:
Enjoy eleven bars and lounges, plus other venues onboard Celebrity Edge, each offering Celebrity Cruises' unique and diverse entertainment. No matter how you’re feeling, there’s guaranteed to be a venue with the vibe you’re looking for.
The main focus of Celebrity Edge is making sure that guests have the most relaxing and luxurious cruise imaginable. The Solarium and the Rooftop Garden are both popular places for lying in the sun and letting your stress float away. If you like to lounge by the pool and have a refreshing dip in the water, there are plenty of spots to choose from. The main pool is surrounded by sun loungers, most facing out towards the ocean so guests can take in the stunning views. There are also several cabanas available for rental for up to six people, perfect if you want to enjoy a little privacy. Meanwhile, the adults-only solarium offers a serene few hours of pool time if you want to escape the crowds. Although the ship’s main focus is on chilling out, there are various activities for guests to enjoy. From ping pong tables to garden games, a selection of shops and even a small art gallery and museum, there’s plenty to keep you occupied during your cruise.
Those who want to maintain something of a health and fitness regime while on holiday will love the facilities onboard Edge. As well as a fully-equipped, modern gym, there is a number of invigorating group classes onboard. These include hot yoga, spinning, and weight training.
The spa onboard Edge is undeniably something special. The rooms are inspired by nature whilst also adopting the best of human technologies, resulting in a tranquil environment that promotes healing and well-being. The menu of treatments features over 120 options, including Elemis therapies, acupuncture, oncology massage, and traditional Chinese Jou treatments. Plus, there are eight areas in which you can relax and focus on yourself:
Choose from various new stateroom categories, including the Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda, Iconic Suite and the Edge Villa. The Iconic suites are both 5,000 square feet, where passengers will have the same view as the captain and a 700 sq foot veranda with private cabana and Jacuzzi. The Edge Villas span over two levels where each balcony features a private plunge pool and walk-out access to The Retreat Sundeck, the first ever suite-only area on a Celebrity cruise ship.
As well as Celebrity Edge being the first cruise ship to be designed in 3D, several celebrated designers and architects are behind the creativity and ground-breaking features onboard.
Interior designer Kelly Hoppen MBE introduces simple, yet elegant décor to the cabins and suites as well as furnishing the public areas of the Retreat and Luminae restaurants, as well as the spa, with the aim of fusing together the intrepid nature of travelling with the comforts of your own space.
Meanwhile, Scott Butler and his team, veterans of Millennium and Solstice Class ships, are behind Edge’s Eden, Grand Foyer and panoramic view glass lifts to create a light and airy feeling throughout. On the exterior itself, Tom Wright, the mind behind the iconic Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai, was responsible for Edge’s unique deck spaces and distinct profile.
Great ship, excellent crew. It certainly divides opinion in several aspects, and I suspect the haters are mostly conventional cruisers, whereas the lovers have less experience of conventional cruising. This was only our 5th cruise, but we have sailed with Celebrity twice previously on Constellation and yes, Edge is VERY different. We loved it. It is clearly more advanced technologically - the Celebrity app worked really well for us, and I understand it is being/has been, introduced on other ships in the fleet. The overwhelming feeling on board is how much space there is, in particular the Oceanview café with its high ceiling and enormous windows. Eden is an unusual and fascinating concept which we really enjoyed, but I can understand not everyone would appreciate it. The Revelation show was something special, although it is quite unclear what is going on. Just be prepared for the performers to try to interact with you if you are within reach. Quality and choice of food was very good everywhere we ate. There was plenty of variety in the entertainment and activities on board, not necessarily all to our taste. The IV cabin was designed very well, except for the IV part. The electric window and blind were very slow and noisy in operation and I heard of some people whose window stuck and had to be pushed to get it moving again. I suspect they may prove unreliable over time. Also the blind is not convenient if you want a quick peek at the outside world. Congratulations Celebrity, you have broken the mould with this ship, even if it is marmite!
Thoroughly enjoyed our cruise aboard this new ship! Cabins are the best ones we have ever had (we have been lucky enough to have over 15 cruises with various lines - 5 with celebrity) . The friendliness onboard from all levels of staff cannot be beaten. We had a sunset veranda cabin which was stunning (the only downside was when the sea was rough it was like being on a see saw!!). The only downside was the seafood restaurant (Raw 5) was an open display of fish which created a very strong odour all along that corridor - would have been better in a closed off chiller ! This put us off even eating in there.
Excellent cruise no problems. Internet overpriced along some of the other packages.
Amazing ship. Everything state of the art. Food was outstanding! Specialist restaurants very expensive and a waste of money. Food in standard dining area was just as good, if not nicer! Best ship we have been on! It was our honeymoon which the ship knew prior, but this was barely acknowledged which was disappointing. The shows we saw were great! Spa was amazing.. however unbelievably expensive for a treatment! Thank you to Iglu once again. As always every trip booked with you is faultless and planned to perfection. Wouldn’t book a cruise holiday with anyone else!