Celebrity has, from the beginning, combined an enthusiasm for blending the innovative with the classic; their art collections, for instance, are contemporary rather than traditional. And, while still retaining traditional dining scenarios in main dining rooms across the fleet, Celebrity has hired an internationally-renowned celebrity chef to supervise menus and launch a fleet-wide evening casual dining program.
Celebrity's five Solstice-class ships (Celebrity Eclipse®, Celebrity Equinox®, Celebrity Silhouette®, Celebrity Solstice®, and Celebrity Reflection®) make up the newest class of Celebrity ships in the fleet. They feature:
Its Millennium-class ships possess all the contemporary extras, such as the cybercafés-at-sea, double-decker libraries, martini bars, and extra-large, themed spas. And, on Infinity, Constellation, and Summit, passengers bringing their laptops will find Connect@Sea (24-hour Internet access) in all cabins. Celebrity has also added specialty restaurants on Millennium-class ships (all levy a $30 per-person service fee or a la carte charges) in addition to the main dining rooms.
- The one-of-a-kind Lawn Club, an expansive lawn of fresh grass on the top deck, where passengers can try their hand at a putting course or just relax with a book in the sun.
- The Hot Glass Show, the first of its kind, onboard Eclipse, Equinox, and Solstice, where live glassblowing demonstrations are held in an exhibition from the Corning Museum of Glass.
Specialty restaurants include:
Beyond its general across-the-board increase in enhancements, Celebrity has also introduced the following cabin categories:
- Tuscan Grille, an Italian steakhouse (aboard Eclipse, Solstice, Silhouette, Constellation, Equinox, and Reflection).
- Silk Harvest, a family style venue featuring Far Eastern cuisine (aboard Solstice and Equinox).
- Murano, a sophisticated restaurant serving world-class cuisine (aboard Eclipse, Solstice, Century, Silhouette, Equinox, and Reflection).
- Qsine, where food selections are ordered on iPad® menus (aboard Eclipse, Silhouette, Summit, Millennium, Infinity, and Reflection).
Celebrity Reflection, which debuted in October 2012, is unique in its offering of AquaClass Suites, Signature Suites and the two-bedroom Reflection Suite:
- Concierge Class: Premium oceanview cabins that have been transformed via a variety of extras, from service-related additions (such as priority luggage service) to plusher furnishings (such as luxurious bed coverings and some balconies with dining tables). Originally available only on its Millennium-class ships, the innovation has proven so popular that it is now available on most of the ships in the fleet and is being extended to more and more staterooms.
- AquaClass: These cabins aim to bring the spa experience into the room, offering additional special amenities, a personal concierge to arrange spa treatments, and access to the AquaSpa® Relaxation Room (only on Solstice class) and Persian Garden, where heated ceramic lounge chairs and grottos emitting dry heat and steam help you to unwind. AquaClass cabins have been added on Eclipse, Equinox, Infinity, Millennium, Reflection, Silhouette, Solstice, and Summit.
- AquaClass Suites: These 34 suites, all with verandahs, infuse the spa experience into the cabin, and provide priority access to the exclusive Blu restaurant, specializing in lighter spa fare that maintains the exceptional taste and service of all restaurants onboard.
- Signature Suites: Floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows offer exceptional views, and spacious verandahs have lounge seating. Sleep on a Premium Reverie® mattress, and operate the lights and TV with an iPad® with a Reverie Remote app. Butlers provide unpacking/packing service, and assist with spa appointments, dinner reservations, and shore excursions.
- Reflection Suite: This is the fleet’s first two-bedroom suite, located in a private section of the ship, accessible only to those carrying a special cardkey. Amenities include those of the Signature Suites, as well as an expansive, 194 square foot verandah with lounge seating and a verandah tub with rain shower. One complimentary dinner for two at a specialty restaurant (two on cruises of 8 nights or more) is also included.