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4th Mar 2024 | 10 nights | Celebrity Cruises | Celebrity Equinox

75% Off Second Guest (already applied)
Range of medium to large modern ships
Award-winning premium cruise line
Great for everyone, most inclusive cruise line at sea
Onboard spaces by world-class designers
International cuisine from Michelin-starred chefs
Saint John's, Antigua
Bridgetown, Barbados
Castries, St. Lucia
Fort-de-France
Basseterre, Saint Kitts
75% Off Second Guest (already applied)
Range of medium to large modern ships
Award-winning premium cruise line
Great for everyone, most inclusive cruise line at sea
Onboard spaces by world-class designers
International cuisine from Michelin-starred chefs
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4th Mar 2024 Monday
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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5th Mar 2024 Tuesday
At Sea
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6th Mar 2024 Wednesday
At Sea
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7th Mar 2024 Thursday
Saint John's, Antigua
08:00
17:00
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8th Mar 2024 Friday
Bridgetown, Barbados
11:00
19:00
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9th Mar 2024 Saturday
Castries, St. Lucia
08:00
18:00
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10th Mar 2024 Sunday
Fort-de-France
08:00
18:00
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11th Mar 2024 Monday
Basseterre, Saint Kitts
07:00
16:00
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12th Mar 2024 Tuesday
At Sea
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13th Mar 2024 Wednesday
At Sea
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14th Mar 2024 Thursday
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
07:00

Celebrity Equinox underwent an extensive refurbishment in May 2019. It received additional suites; Michael's Club was transformed into the Retreat Lounge, exclusively for the use of suite passengers; and the ship's Oceanview Café buffet restaurant was redesigned in an open, marketplace style.

As Celebrity's dedicated Caribbean ship, Celebrity Equinox takes advantage of the weather with outdoor amenities, such as real grass lawn on top of the ship and a Lawn Club Sunset Bar, complete with deck furniture and faux fire pit.

If that sounds sophisticated for a cruise ship, then you're correct. As one of the line's Solstice-class ships, Celebrity Equinox is about modern touches aimed at a crowd that enjoys craft beer and top-shelf mixed drinks, restaurant experiences that punch up to gourmet (the line has announced a partnership with Michelin-starred restaurateur Daniel Boulud) and entertainment that trends more toward cabaret -- think aerialists and magicians -- than big musicals or raucous parties.

While families do sail on Equinox during school breaks, and there are kids' clubs, children are not the focus on this ship. A collection of edgy and engaging modern art, with a living tree suspended in the atrium, sets an adult vibe. While there's an outdoor main pool, it's relatively small; significant real estate is given to the calm adults-only Solarium with yet another pool. Canyon Ranch provides spa services.

Evenings on Celebrity Equinox are relaxed. At night, you might have the opportunity to stargaze at the night sky with an enrichment guide, or you can check out the constellation lights twinkling above the bar in the Sky Observation Lounge. You can slow dance with your loved one to a live band before dinner, but you can also get down to your own beat with giant headphones during the silent disco.

Celebrity Equinox has a mix of cabin and suite options, with various associated perks. Both Suite Class and AquaClass spa cabins come with dedicated restaurants, leading to more personalised and intimate service; Suite Class has its own VIP lounge and special invite-only events. For groups, this means that you might have to coordinate your cabins carefully, so you are able to dine with your friends or family.

Daytime: Casual, with shorts and T-shirts most common inside the ship and bathing suits and cover-ups on the pool deck.

Evening: Resort casual, with button-down or dressy Tommy Bahama-type sport shirts and slacks for men and dresses or smart casual pants and blouses for women. Formal night on Celebrity has been replaced by "evening chic," meaning men can ditch the full suit and tie in favour of a sport coat and collared shirt, with designer jeans. Women can wear cocktail dresses, sundresses or designer jeans or nice pants. Dinner in Murano is listed as "smart casual and above."

Not permitted: No swimwear, spa robes or bare feet in the buffet. T-shirts, tanks tops and flip-flops are not permitted in the main dining room at any time; shorts are not allowed at dinner (although this might be flexible).

Day & Night

  • Daytime schedules have trivia, dance classes, wine tastings, cooking demos, art auctions and other activities
  • Hot Glass Show is a particular draw, as is the attractive lawn club area
  • The night-time scene is bar-centric, with lots of live music; evening shows are more cabaret than Broadway
  • Pop-up parties, game shows, karaoke, movies and casino add nightly entertainment options

Celebrity Equinox is a relaxed ship, with enough activities and shows to stave off boredom but not so much going on that it feels loud or frenetic. During the day, passengers take part in a range of activities -- games against the crew are common -- that often have a trendy spin, such as adult colouring sponsored by Lonely Planet. More often than not, people are happy to relax by the pool, covered adults-only Solarium area or the gorgeous top-deck lawn.

For some of the best entertainment on the ship, head to the Lawn Club for the Hot Glass Class, given by glass blowing artisans from Hollywood Hot Glass. It's particularly nice to sit out on a mild evening, as the kilns' interior temperatures average around 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, and the pavilion can get hot on a sunny day. You can learn to make glass creations such as a heart, star, bowl or ornament.

Bar culture is prevalent on Equinox, and many folks linger with a cocktail in a lounge before or after dinner, around a show or late into the night. Music is performed continually throughout the night at lounges and public spaces across the ship.

An LGBTQ social hour is held nightly at the always popular Martini Bar. Celebrity Rox, a dance party out on the pool deck featuring live performances from the cast of the Equinox Theater, is held once per cruise.

Also once per cruise, the Lawn Club hosts an evening concert; turnout is usually high (and surprisingly energetic). Blankets and pillows are strewn about the grass, but there is plenty of space to dance. Glow sticks, beads and a pop-up bar add to the festive atmosphere. On some nights, there is stargazing on the lawn.

Celebrity Equinox Bars and Lounges

Equinox offers a nice mix of drinking destinations, from relaxed bars with spectacular views to energetic places to dance to excellent cocktail options.

Martini Bar & Crush (Deck 4): You'll find all the fun-loving people crowded around the iced counter at the Martini Bar in the evening. It earns its reputation as one of the most popular bars onboard for its elegant atmosphere and high energy. Order a martini flight; it's worth it for the show alone.

Quasar (Deck 4): The nightclub on Equinox has a '60s-meets-space vibe. Come here for karaoke competitions, late-night dancing and the popular silent disco.

World Class Bar (Deck 5): World Class Bar is where you go to test the ship's mixologists. Try a CÎROC Tropically Yours, made with vodka, rum, Coco Lopez, lemon juice and grilled pineapple juice. Occasionally, the bow-tied bartenders host a themed night, offering curious palates the chance to sip on traditional absinthe or other liqueur.

Michael's Club (Deck 5): Michael's Club gives VIP cruisers in Suite Class access to a quiet sitting area and bar, used for special events as well as complimentary drinks, light appetizers in the evening and a small spread at breakfast.

Slush (Deck 12): For $12 a pop, Slush blends a variety of frozen cocktails from a Sweet Tart to a Mint Cookie (and all the daiquiris and mojitos in between). Any drink can be made non-alcoholic for $8.

Sky Observation Lounge (Deck 14): Lights twinkle like the constellations at night above a large dance floor. Killer views, a stylish ballroom aura and plenty of nooks make this a favourite hideaway for some.

Sunset Bar (Deck 15): Drink in views of the wake from atop the ship at the Sunset Bar, near the Lawn Club. Semicircle seating areas with cheery red-orange cushions surround tables that resemble fire pits at night. The port (left) side of the bar is a smoking area; cigars welcome.

Celebrity Equinox Outside Recreation

  • Three pools and six whirlpools, including adults-only (16+) enclosed Solarium
  • Plenty of sun deck space for lounging, particularly on Solstice Deck away from pool
  • Lawn Club allows picnicking and lawn games; there's also a top-deck sports court

Two pools (one shallow and one plunge), along with four raised hot tubs, make up the outside pool deck, along with an interactive water feature consisting of numerous dancing fountains.

Forward from the main pool area is the adults-only (16+) Solarium that houses within its blissfully quiet enclosure two hot tubs and a lovely pool bookended by a wall of ferns and flowers, as well as a soothing water and light display.

Deck 15's Lawn Club allows passengers to play games such as bocce or croquet, or just wiggle their toes in the grass.

Celebrity Equinox Services

  • Guest and shore excursion services
  • Future cruise sales
  • Expansive two-deck library
  • Card room with board games
  • Photo gallery and camera shop
  • Art gallery
  • iLounge internet café and computer store
  • Shops: designer accessories and clothing (Michael Kors), fine jewellery, toiletries, snacks, duty-free alcohol and cigarettes
  • Medical centre
  • Canyon Ranch-branded spa has a dizzying array of body treatments, facials, medi-spa and salon services
  • Persian Garden Thermal Suite has heated ceramic loungers, several steam and sauna chambers, and a sensory shower
  • Full fitness centre with lots of aerobic equipment, as well as free weights

The Canyon Ranch SpaClub is on Deck 12 forward and has a wide variety of treatments, at higher-than-land prices (a standard 50-minute massage runs about $170). Look for port-day deals. A salon is located within Canyon Ranch, with a wall of windows, lots of natural light and chairs for hairstyling, haircutting, manicures and pedicures. A 45-minute spa manicure is about $42; a blowout is about $25.

The Persian Garden Thermal Suite is central to Celebrity's AquaSpa. The area includes a coed sauna and steam room, tropical rain shower and ocean-view relaxation chairs. It's complimentary for AquaClass passengers; other passengers can buy full-cruise passes for a fee. Also available only to AquaClass guests is a Relaxation Lounge with cushioned daybeds, on Deck 11.

The AquaSpa Fitness Center has one of the best views on the ship, with wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows and a roomy layout. The equipment is modern, there's a spacious and tucked-away area for classes and there are plenty of free weights and benches, in addition to the host of ellipticals, treadmills, bikes and machines. Classes, including yoga, spinning, Zumba and boot camp, are offered, mostly for a fee.

There's an outdoor jogging track -- eight laps equals a mile -- but the location midship above the pools means that during the day it's typically crowded with sun worshippers and not easy to keep up a good pace. It also passes through the smoker-friendly Mast Bar, oddly positioned right on the track.

Celebrity Equinox Dining

  • Limited number of free choices, particularly if you're not in Aqua or Suite Class; numerous speciality dining restaurants include sushi, Italian, French and Asian
  • Vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose-free and no-sugar options always available in the main dining room; cruisers with other special dietary requests should let the cruise line know ahead of time
  • Extra-fee daytime snack options can be found at Café al Bacio & Gelateria
  • Room service includes mix of free and extra-fee items; orders between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. have a service charge

Celebrity's heavy focus on dining -- the line tries to hit the trends that you find in restaurants on land -- means that there's an abundance of restaurant options. The problem is, you have to pay for many of them. If you're in a standard cabin, the only restaurants without fees are the main dining room, the Oceanview Café buffet, some items at the AquaSpa Cafe and the Mast Grill.

Blu and Luminae are only for AquaClass and suite passengers, respectively. Speciality restaurant dining is popular on this ship, and packages are available for bundles of three meals minimum. Among these extra-fee options, the Italian steakhouse Tuscan Grille earns raves, as do the à la carte choices of Sushi on Five. You'll want reservations for speciality dining.

Main Dining Room (Decks 3 & 4)
Meals: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L), Dinner (D):

As the main restaurant -- with lofty ceilings and numerous table configurations -- offers passengers a choice of two set meal times: early (about 6 p.m.) or late (8:30 p.m.). Those who prefer flexibility can opt for Celebrity Select Dining, which lets them dine any time between 5:30 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. Passengers choosing the flex dining option can pre-reserve space online or onboard or walk in during the allotted hours and wait for a space to open up (rarely more than a few minutes).

Breakfast is open seating daily with standard items served. Lunch takes place here on port days only, with soups, salads, hot entrees and grilled items.

Dinner menus are arranged in the traditional manner: appetizers, soups and salads followed by entrees and then desserts and cheese. Quality ingredients cooked and presented well make the main dining room experience consistently enjoyable. Expect a varied menu that changes regularly with the basics -- red meat, poultry, seafood and vegetarian dishes -- covered. If nothing on the rotating menu suffices, there are "always available" choices.

Different wines are featured on the menu each day, and a sommelier will make his or her way around to take drink orders or make recommendations.

Luminae (Deck 3)
Meals: B, L, D

Exclusively for suite passengers, Luminae is an open-seating, modern dining room serving dishes made from only the best ingredients onboard -- think dashes of truffle and a dedicated dessert cart. The restaurant is also rolling out a three-course menu by celebrity chef Daniel Boulud that will be offered nightly, in addition to the regular menu.

Blu (Deck 5)
Meals: B, D

Featuring seasonal fare in a soothing venue, Blu is the dedicated open-seating restaurant for AquaClass passengers. It serves dishes that focus on fresh, regional ingredients like local catches and seasonal vegetables.

AquaSpa Café (Deck 12)
Meals: B, L

AquaSpa Cafe, in the adults-only Solarium, serves healthier fare (think small salads) for breakfast and lunch. The café also offers Greek yoghurt parfaits, although those cost extra.

Oceanview Café (Deck 14)
Meals: B, L, D

A casual eatery, Oceanview Café serves food until 1 a.m. It functions as a multistation buffet for breakfast and lunch, and an open-seating, casual buffet alternative to the main dining room for dinner. Oceanview gives passengers the option to plate up hot entrees, pizza and pasta (including gluten-free), sushi, Indian curries, sandwiches, extensive salad offerings, ice cream and late-night snacks, all without additional charge. The choice makes it one of the best in big-ship cruising that we've encountered.

In the morning, you'll find made-to-order omelettes and eggs Benedict, yoghurt, fresh fruit and pastries among the offerings. Lunch is a mix of hot items, a full salad bar, sandwiches, cold cuts and vegetables. Dinner includes themed entrees, along with a carving station and plenty of vegetarian dishes, plus desserts and ice cream. The best feature, by far, is the sunny, open-air deck situated at the aft section of the restaurant.

Mast Grill (Deck 14)
Meals: L

This casual grill has hamburgers, veggie burgers, turkey burgers, hot dogs and fries, free of charge. The food is mediocre, but it's good for a quick lunch or snack in between meals.

Murano (Deck 5); $50 per person (dinner); $30 per person (lunch)
Meals: L, D

The elegant French-Continental Murano serves luxuries like lobster cooked tableside, chateaubriand for two or a traditional French cheese plate and a custom wine menu; it's a romantic spot for special occasions. Vegetarian options like porcini and morel risotto are available. A lunch is available on a sea day once per cruise with a scaled-down version of the dinner menu.

Tuscan Grille (Deck 5); $45 per person (dinner); $25 per person (lunch)
Meals: L, D

Tuscan Grille offers a range of steaks as well as Italian dishes and pastas, along with a nice wine menu and a selection of Italian cocktails. The antipasti, which serves two to four people, is not to be missed. Ask to be seated by the windows when you make your reservation; the spectacular views of the wake make the meal all the more special. Tuscan Grille hosts lunch at least once per cruise, on a sea day, with a menu that is a scaled-down version of the dinner menu.

Silk Harvest (Deck 5); $35 per person (dinner); $20 per person (lunch)
Meals, L, D

Choose from Thai soups and curries or Chinese char siu pork at pan-Asian Silk Harvest. The menu is much lighter than the other speciality restaurants, and the space is also much smaller. If you're not sure what to try, order family style and split entrees. A drink list includes sakes and beers from across the Asian continent.

A scaled-down lunch might be offered during your cruise on a sea day. A dining event called Silk 'n' Soul ($79 per person) is held once per cruise and offers a tasting of various dishes from across Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan, and includes a Champagne cocktail and live music; reservations are required.

Sushi on Five (Deck 5); à la carte
Meals: L, D

One of the best-kept secrets onboard, Sushi on Five has an excellent selection of hot pots, noodles and sushi at reasonable prices. A fun bonus is that Sushi on Five provides to-go lunch boxes for, say, a picnic on the lawn, or delivery right to your stateroom. We regularly saw 20 percent off total bill promotions.

Café al Bacio & Gelateria (Deck 5); à la carte
Meals: Snacks

Café al Bacio is the place to see and be seen during the day. Patrons sip for-fee espresso drinks and pots of speciality teas with their complimentary pastries from gorgeous yellow high-back armchairs. The desserts here are seriously good with offerings like berry tarts, German chocolate cake, Nutella croissants and even sugar-free and gluten-free cookies. The Gelateria across the way charges just a few dollars for gelato in a waffle cup. There's also a menu of spiked coffees and for-fee dessert items like a gelato sandwich or sundae.

Gastrobar (Deck 5), à la carte
Meals: L, D

Gastrobar is the ship's home for craft beer and comfort food. À la carte small and large plates dish up elevated pub food like truffle fries or pork buns, plus flatbreads. Gastro opens at 4 p.m. on most days but is open for lunch at noon on sea days. On those days, it's a casual place to grab a burger and a beer and watch the afternoon game.

Chef's Table (Deck 5); $199 per person; $279 per couple
Meals: D

Held in Murano once per cruise, Chef's Table is a multicourse culinary experience, paired with wine, guest-starring the head chef onboard.

  • Room categories include: inside, ocean view, balcony, AquaClass, Concierge Class, Suite Class
  • All cabin categories offer rooms fitting two to four people; suites can sleep four and family cabins can sleep up to five
  • More than 100 connecting rooms, perfect for families or groups traveling together
  • Accessible versions of all categories are available
  • Suite and AquaClass options all have associated perks, including exclusive restaurants and lounges (no guests allowed)

Celebrity stands out for having several upper-level accommodations that allow access to exclusive restaurants and lounges. If you're travelling as a group, plan to book into the same category because only suite passengers are allowed to eat in Luminae and Blu is reserved for AquaClass. While passengers in the more expensive cabins can choose to eat in the main dining room, their friends can't join them in the VIP venues.

All cabins have two twins that can be pushed together to form a queen bed. Some staterooms are also equipped with either a sofa bed and/or an upper pull-down bunk bed to accommodate a third or fourth passenger. Cabins also have a safe, a mini-fridge and an interactive TV. Wardrobe space is plentiful, but shelf space is limited. Cabins have hair dryers, and there are both European and American outlets.

Standard bathrooms are well laid out, with a glass shower door, tiled floors and plenty of shelving, as well as a couple of small drawers and cabinets for storage. The free bath amenities (shampoo, conditioner, soap bar and lotion) are Gilchrist and Soames.

Interior: Inside cabins on Equinox are comfortably sized, at 183 to 200 square feet.

Oceanview: Standard ocean-view rooms are 177 square feet, essentially the same as the interiors, but with a window. Ocean-view family suites are 575 square feet. These latter cabins have a second bedroom with a single twin bed, as well as a sofa bed in the living room.

Balcony: Standard balcony cabins run 194 square feet with 54-square-foot balconies. Balcony furniture consists of a round wooden table and two mesh lounge chairs.

Concierge Class: Concierge Class cabins are identical to regular balcony cabins, but they're distinguished by their premier locations -- higher up, facing the back -- and include perks like priority check-in and debarkation, welcome bubbly, Frette bathrobes, a pillow menu, massaging showerhead in the bathroom and access to an expanded room service breakfast menu. There's also an exclusive pre-departure lounge onboard with free coffee and juices for passengers staying in Concierge Class or above cabins.

AquaClass: AquaClass cabins (also the same size as standard balconies, with the same configuration) give passengers access to the AquaSpa relaxation room (with padded daybeds and ocean views), the Persian Garden (pre- and post-treatment grottos with steam, dry heat and aromatherapy) and Blu restaurant.

Special perks include fluffier bathrobes and towels, as well as AquaSpa "amenity kits" that include foot spray, lip balm and relaxation mist. Cruisers in AquaClass cabins also get fresh iced tea and canapes daily, as well as an upgraded (and healthier) room service menu. The bathroom has spa products, and the shower has a five-head Hansgrohe setup.

Suites: All suite passengers have access to the Retreat, a private lounge; Luminae, the stunning suite-only restaurant; a butler; in-room lunch and dinner service; evening hors d'oeuvres; complimentary espresso; and other perks that might include an exclusive sail-away party on the helipad.

Sky Suites: Entry-level Sky Suites are 300 square feet with a 79-square-foot balcony. They feature larger TVs, mini-fridges and shower-tub combos.

Celebrity Suites: These suites (394 square feet with 104-square-foot balconies) add yet more space, a distinct separation between bedroom and living room, plus two TVs.

Royal Suites: At 590 square feet with 158-square-foot balconies, Royal Suites come with added amenities such as a wet bar, dining room table, walk-in closet in the bedroom and a whirlpool on the balcony.

Penthouse Suites: Equinox's top accommodations are its 1,291-square-foot Penthouse Suites, each with floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass doors leading onto a 389-square-foot balcony, a master bedroom with a king-sized bed, a marble master bath (including a 26-inch TV), a separate living room, a full bar and a baby grand piano. The huge balconies feature plenty of lounge seating and a whirlpool each.

*Prices correct at time of publish and maybe subject to change

Best for...

Modern types who prefer a whimsical approach to onboard dining, drinking, décor and entertainment

Not the best for...

Anyone scared off by being trendy; boisterous families; cruisers who want dining variety without paying extra

Who goes on Celebrity Cruises cruise ships?

Celebrity draws a broad range of travellers, most attracted by the cuisine, unusual entertainment and creative itineraries. Passenger ages typically average in the 50s, with family groups more visible in the summer and during school vacations. The longer and more exotic cruises usually host an older demographic, and the passenger mix varies with the port of embarkation but most are from North America, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand.


Do I have to dress up on a Celebrity Cruises cruise?

Yes and no. The norm on most Celebrity sailings is smart-casual, but in the Galapagos, attire is casual. Despite the daytime casual vibe, you won't find T-shirts, swimsuits, robes, bare feet, tank tops, baseball caps or swimwear in the main restaurant or specialty restaurants at any time. Formal nights (held once on cruises six nights or shorter, twice on longer itineraries) have been replaced by Evening Chic, where anything from cocktail attire to formal wear is appropriate. The dress code also extends to the theatre on those evenings.


Is everything free on Celebrity Cruises cruises?

No. The cruise fare for a Celebrity cruise covers dining in several complimentary venues, including the Main Dining Room, Oceanview Café buffet restaurant, Spa Café, Mast Grill (on most ships) and Seaside Grill. Room service is also complimentary, except for the period between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. Passengers staying at certain suite levels have additional complimentary dining privileges, and those staying in AquaClass rooms can dine in the Blu restaurant without charge. Water, basic coffee and tea, and certain juices are provided free of charge, but unless you're booked in certain suite categories, you'll have to pay extra for soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. The extensive entertainment from Broadway-style theatre to circus shows, comedy, magic, dance and live music is all available without charge. The kids' program is also free, though you'll pay extra for babysitting. Shore excursions are not covered by cruise fares, nor are gratuities, spa and salon services and some fitness classes. There is also a fee for Wi-Fi and laundry services.


What are Celebrity Cruises's most popular activities?

On ships with the Lawn Club, hanging out on the grass, whether playing bocce or just relaxing and reading, is one of the most popular activities for Celebrity cruisers. Other popular things to do on these ships is lounge in the adults-only Solarium, hit the Canyon Ranch Spa or participate in wine tasting. Some ships also offer hot glassmaking demonstrations and classes; sign up early for the classes because they fill up fast. On ships without a Lawn Club, relaxing by the pool or in the Solarium is popular, as are the once- or twice-per-cruise Rooftop film and dinner events. At night, Celebrity showcases everything from Vegas-style production shows to comedians and cabaret, drawing a crowd each time. The ships have a robust program for kids, a lot of it centred on edutainment. Many of the activities are offered courtesy of partners like Anturus, Lonely Planet, Xbox, Fat Brain Toys and Budsies.


Their cruises elevate your luxury cruising experience to the next level. With the standard rate, you’ll receive

  • A stay in one of the spacious staterooms,
  • Delicious gourmet meals at the restaurants
  • A slate of activities and entertainment shows

All Included upgrade

  • Upgrade to 'All Included' and receive:
  • Unlimited drinks - Choose from an incredible array of beers, spirits, cocktails, liqueurs, frozen drinks, wines by the glass, sodas, juices, and bottled water.
  • Wi-Fi - Celebrity Cruises know staying in touch is important, so they’ve included internet access for two devices. Browse the web, check email, and use messaging apps.
  • To find out more, and to upgrade these inclusions for even greater value, click here

Concierge Class

Little details make a world of difference, and now the meticulously thought out Concierge Class staterooms are even better. Featuring new services, amenities, and exclusive events, step inside and discover a space that is so much more than a room—it’s an experience. As a Concierge Class guest, your team of dedicated professionals will take care of all your holiday needs.

AquaClass®

Wellness is so fundamental to Celebrity's philosophy, they offer AquaClass® staterooms for a fully immersive, next-level wellness experience. Elements are thoughtfully infused throughout your stateroom, from verandas that allow you to walk right out to the water’s edge to a Cashmere™ mattress and pillow menus. Savour clean cuisine, including new healthy options, at your exclusive restaurant, Blu. Plus, you’ll enjoy access to the SEA Thermal Suite, a spa concierge, a complimentary fitness pass, preferential rates on AquaClass spa packages, daily in-room bottled water service, healthy room-service menu options, and a yoga mat for use on board. They’ve thought of everything so that you can focus on nourishing your mind, body, and spirit.

The Retreat®

The Retreat® isn’t a place. It isn’t an amenity. It isn’t a service. It’s all of this and more. The Retreat includes stunning accommodations, a private restaurant, and exclusive lounge and sundeck* that rival any high-end resort. Your dedicated team of attendants, concierges, and your Personal Retreat Host will do everything to ensure you never have to lift a finger on holiday.

Galapagos cruises

In June 2019, Celebrity Cruises debuted Celebrity Flora in the Galapagos and introduced an enhanced list of suite services and amenities, so every suite guest can indulge with even more of the premium services and amenities that you have come to expect from them. They’ve thoughtfully included everything you need to help you gear up for your adventures shoreside, including a complimentary rain poncho and backpack (yes, you can take it home with you) and marine binoculars to help get you an even closer look at the locals during your cruise. They have also included new services and amenities to help you unwind on board like upgraded, premium bathrobes, luxurious biodegradable bath amenities from Kuno, a local business, and in-suite full dinner service for those nights you prefer an intimate dinner in your room.

*Charges apply to selected classes and to room service between 11pm and 6am

** The Retreat is currently available on Celebrity Silhouette, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Millennium, Celebrity Summit and Edge Class ships. It will be rolled out across other ships as part of the Celebrity Revolution upgrade program

Drinks & Wi-Fi Included

What is All Included?

At Celebrity Cruises, they believe choice matters. That’s why they’ve pre-packaged their most popular amenities -drinks and Wi-Fi - so you can now choose the most convenient way to get the best value from your cruise. It’s that simple. One price. All Included.

Drinks

Choose from an incredible array of beers, spirits, cocktails, liqueurs, frozen drinks, wines by the glass, sodas, juices, specialty coffees and bottled water from the Classic Drinks Package. See the drinks packages here ►

Wi-Fi

They know staying in touch is important, so they’ve included Basic Wi-Fi access for all guests. Browse the web, check email, and text using messaging apps.


Terms & conditions

*Prices are per person, cruise and All Included amenities only, for stateroom

What is included in a Celebrity Drinks Package?

Drink Packages

Want a carefree way to sail with Celebrity? Pay just one price to enjoy a wide variety of drink choices such as premium coffees, bottled water, wines-by-the-glass, beers, or your favourite cocktails. Your package can be used in the Main Restaurant, specialty restaurants, casual dining restaurants, and all bars and lounges.

Classic Package

Choose from an incredible array of beers, spirits, cocktails, liqueurs, frozen drinks and wines by the glass up to $9 per serving. This package also included a 15% discount on all wines by the bottle.

What's included?

Gin: Beefeater, Gordon's, Praire Gin
Liqueurs and Cognacs: Campari, Galliano, Hennessy VS, Kahlua, Licor 43, Ouzo, Sambuca Romana, Southern Comfort, Tia Maria
Rums: Bacardi, Captain Morgan's, Kraken Black Spiced, Malibu, Myer's, Wray & Nephew
Tequilas: Cazadores Blanco, Teremana Blanco, Don Julio Blanco
Vodkas: Absolut and flavours, New Amsterdam, Smirnoff, Tito's
Whiskeys: Dewar's White Label, Famous Grouse, Jim Beam, Johnnie Walker Red, Monkey Shoulder, Seagram's VO
Cocktails: A large selection of classic cocktails made with Classic Beverage Package spirits
Wines: A large selection of wines from various regions around the world, including California, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Argentina, Chile and Australia.
Beers: Budweiser, Bud light, Coors Light, Corona, Franziskaner, Heineken, Kirin, Kirin Light, Miller Lite, Moretti, Michelob Ultra, Newcastle Brown Ale, Strongbow Hard Ciders
Non-alcoholic: Non-Premium bottled water, Premium Coffees, Juices, Sodas, Premium teas

Premium Package

All classic package items, PLUS: Specialty coffees & teas, craft & artisan beers, spirits, cocktails, frozen drinks, Coca Cola products, premium bottled water and wines by the glass up to $15 per serving. Also take a 20% discount off all bottles of wine!

What's included?

Gin: Bombay Sapphire, Hendrick's, Plymouth, Star of Bombay, Tanqueray, Gunpowder
Liqueurs and Cognacs: Baileys Irish Cream, Chambord, Cointreau, Courvousier VSOP, Disarronno Amaretto, Disarronno Velvet, Drambuie, Godiva, Remy Martin VSOP, St-Germain, Aperol
Rums: Bacardi 8 Años, Brugal, Flor de Caña, Pyrat XO, Zacapa 23, Bumbu Rum
Tequilas: Cazadores Reposado, Teremana Reposado, Don Julio Reposado, Patrón Reposado, Patrón Silver, Ghost Tequila
Vodkas: Belvedere, Chopin, Christiania, Ciroc Snap Frost and Flavours, Grey Goose, Ketel One, Pearl, Reyka
Whiskeys: Aberfeldy 12, Bulleit Bourbon, Bulleit Rye, Chivas Regal 12, Dewar’s 12, Gentleman Jack, Glenfiddich Reserve, Glenfiddich Select, The Glenlivet, Jack Daniel’s Black, Jack Daniel’s Rye, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel, Johnnie Walker Black, The Macallan Lumina, The Macallan Quest, Maker’s Mark, Rittenhouse Rye, Wild Turkey, Woodford Reserve
Cocktails: Craft cocktails, large martinis, and long drinks, all made with Premium Beverage Package spirits
Wines: Champagnes and favourite wines such as Conundrum White and Red Blends , Decoy Cabernet Sauvignon , J&H Selbach Riesling Kabine, Mouton Cadet Bordeaux Blend, and Edmeades Zinfandel.
Beers: Anchor Steam, Blue Moon, Blue Moon Haze, Dogfish Head 90 Minute, Grolsch, Guinness, Kronenbourg 1664, La Fin du Monde, Leffe Blonde Rouge, Ommegang Abbey Ale, Paulaner Salvator, Peroni, Dead Guy Ale, Lagunitas Ale, Terrapin Luau, Sapporo, Sierra Nevada, Stella Artois, Ketel One Spritz, Topo Chico Seltzer
Non-alcoholic: Acqua Panna water, Evian water, San Pellegrino, Premium coffees, Red Bull and Editions, Sodas, Premium teas, Gold Peak iced teas, Vitamin Water

Non Alcoholic Packages

Stay refreshed and hydrated throughout your cruise with a wide selection of non-alcoholic refreshments and water.

Premium Non-Alcoholic Package

In addition to the Classic Non-Alcoholic Package inclusions, refresh with premium bottled water from Evian, Perrier & San Pellegrino, specialty coffees & organic teas, Red Bull Energy Drink, coconut water and offerings from Vitamin Water.

Classic Non-Alcoholic Package

In addition to enjoying your favourite Coca Cola selections, you may also enjoy juices, premium coffees and teas, and bottled water.

Kids' Drink Package

Keep your kids cool during your Caribbean cruise with a package created just for them. It has a wide variety of delicious beverages for them to drink during meals, or after they’re done with their onboard or onshore activities. Purchase one before you sail, to maximize your savings, and give your kids plenty of options to enjoy. This package includes smoothies, juices, bottled water, sodas and one mocktail flaring mixology class.

Soda Package

The Soda Package features both fountain and canned soda for more variety and convenience. Selections include new, popular flavours such as Coke Zero, Sprite Zero, and Caffeine-Free Diet Coke.

Premium Water Package

Quench your thirst with unlimited bottles of your favourite still or sparkling premium water, such as Evian, Aqua Panna, San Pellegrino & Perrier. Whether in a bar, lounge, or any restaurant, simply present your SeaPass® Card to order your favourite.

Wines by the Bottle Packages

The Taste of the Vineyard Packages offer a variety of wines by the bottle that will meet your preferences. Choose 3, 5, or 7 bottle packages and make your specific wine selection on board.

Taste of the Vineyards Premium Wine Package

When purchasing the Wines by the Bottle Package, your wine bottle follows you. Knowledgeable sommeliers deliver your bottle to any venue on board, including your stateroom. All wines will be poured in the highest quality Riedel glasses. Sip and save when you choose one of the Wines by the Bottle Packages.

What's included?

  • Freemark Abbey Chardonnay from Napa Valley, California
  • Cakebread Sauvignon Blanc from Napa Valley, California
  • Domaine Carneros Pinot Noir from California
  • Palacios Remondo ‘La Montesa’ Crianza from Spain
  • Achaval Ferrer Malbec from Argentina -Replace Pascual Toso

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But hurry! The allure of the perfect stateroom awaits. Ends 1st April 2024.

Prices based on:

Inside
Inside

  • Celebrity's eXhale® bedding featuring the Cashmere king-sized mattress and four pillows in every stateroom
  • Some staterooms may have a trundle bed
  • Plentiful storage space in your bathroom and wardrobe
  • Interactive Television system
  • Individual safe
  • Dual voltage 110/220 AC
  • Mini-fridge
  • Hair dryer
  • Plush 100% cotton bathrobes & towels and premium custom blended bath products
  • Celebrity Shopping Bag
  • Twice daily housekeeping service
  • Complimentary beach towel service
  • Stateroom: 174 sq. ft.
  • Cabin Grade
    Cruise

    I2
    £1,270 pp

    Deluxe Veranda
    Deluxe Veranda

  • Private veranda opens up with floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors to outdoor seating
  • King-sized mattress with Celebrity eXhale® bedding and four pillows in every stateroom
  • Plentiful storage space in your bathroom and wardrobe
  • Some staterooms may have a trundle bed
  • Interactive television system
  • Mini-fridge
  • Individual safe
  • Dual voltage 110/220 AC
  • Hair dryer
  • Plush 100% cotton bathrobes & towels and premium custom blended bath products
  • Celebrity Shopping bag
  • Complimentary beach towel service
  • Cabin Grade
    Cruise

    DV
    £1,835 pp

    Prime Concierge Class
    Prime Concierge Class

  • Prime Concierge Class are well-appointed, personal retreats situated in the most desirable locations on the ship
  • King-sized bed with eXhale® bedding and pillow selection upon request
  • Veranda with lounge seating and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors
  • Sitting area with sofa and interactive television system
  • Individual safe
  • Dual voltage 110/220 AC
  • Mini-fridge
  • Hair dryer
  • Daily delectable delights
  • Use of umbrella and binoculars
  • Celebrity embossed key holder
  • Personalised Concierge service
  • Enhanced room service breakfast menu
  • Complimentary shoeshine service
  • Main and specialty restaurant seating time preferences
  • Cabin Grade
    Cruise

    C1
    £1,953 pp

    AquaClass
    AquaClass

  • Located close to The Spa
  • Floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass doors
  • King-sized bed with exclusive eXhale® bedding
  • Spacious sitting area with sofa and plenty of storage space
  • Enhanced air filtration system
  • 2 Bottled waters in-room daily
  • 2 Yoga mats
  • Eco-friendly natural ingredients shower amenities
  • Expanded wellness on-demand TV
  • 100% Cotton bathrobes, slippers, towels
  • Welcome bottle of sparkling wine (upon request)
  • Complimentary use of umbrella and binoculars
  • Complimentary shoeshine service
  • Unlimited access to the Persian Garden
  • Dedicated Spa Concierge: Personal Consultation
  • Priority Spa Reservations
  • Complimentary fitness classes
  • Exclusive spa treatment package discounts
  • Exclusive welcome reception
  • AquaClass Exclusive Restaurant: Blu
  • Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Balcony: 54 sq. ft
  • Cabin Grade
    Cruise

    A2
    £2,047 pp

    Prime AquaClass
    Prime AquaClass

  • Prime AquaClass staterooms are situated in the most desirable locations onboard
  • Located close to The Spa
  • Floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass doors
  • King-sized bed with exclusive eXhale® bedding
  • Spacious sitting area with sofa and plenty of storage space
  • Enhanced air filtration system
  • 2 Bottled waters in-room daily
  • 2 Yoga mats
  • Eco-friendly natural ingredients shower amenities
  • Expanded wellness on-demand TV
  • 100% Cotton bathrobes, slippers, towels
  • Welcome bottle of sparkling wine (upon request)
  • Complimentary use of umbrella and binoculars
  • Complimentary shoeshine service
  • Unlimited access to the Persian Garden
  • Dedicated Spa Concierge: Personal Consultation
  • Priority Spa Reservations
  • Complimentary fitness classes
  • Exclusive spa treatment package discounts
  • Exclusive welcome reception
  • AquaClass Exclusive Restaurant: Blu
  • Cabin Grade
    Cruise

    A1
    £2,112 pp

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