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7 night Eastern Caribbean Cruise
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|ACCOMMODATION: A huge range of superbly appointed suite, family, and stateroom choices, with at least 75% having their own private balcony.|
|AWARD-WINNING CUISINE: Main Dining Room with a nightly changing menu, plus an internationally flavoured selection of cafés, bistros and grills, as well as room service.*|
|LAWN CLUB & POOLS: Jacuzzis, outdoor pools, indoor adults-only Solarium, and half an acre of real grass lawn on the top deck for games and concerts.|
|FITNESS CENTRE & CLASSES: Ultra-modern facilities with the latest high tech equipment, offering a holistic range of instructor-led wellness classes.*|
|ENTERTAINMENT: From Broadway-style theatre to cutting-edge circus shows, comedy, magic, dance and live music – the best entertainment at sea.|
|CHILDREN’S’ CLUBS: Find and enjoy endless options for family cruise fun. Our award-winning cruise experience is designed for all ages and interests. Most programs are geared to specific age groups and supervised by experienced youth staff members.|
|PORT IMMERSION: Onboard Destination Concierge for advice and bookings, interactive TV shore excursion programming and talks by destination experts.|
The party and cruise capital of the word, Miami is a bright, brash, playground city that 15.5 million tourists flock to every year. The Roaring Twenties saw this town bloom into a seaside capital, blessed with a legacy of Art Deco architecture, diverse cultures, and natural wonders enough to satisfy any holiday-goer.
Being the gateway to the Caribbean and Latin America, Miami has a large Cuban presence, evident in the vibrant neighbourhood of Little Havana. Art lovers can meander around the art districts like Wynwood and the Coconut Grove, while others can lounge on the miles of sandy beaches. For families there are kid-friendly attractions like the Seaquariumand Metrozoo. The nightlife is sophisticated and varied. The city also gives easy access to Florida’s popular Gold Coast resorts and attractions, as well as the natural wonder of the Florida Everglades.
It is no wonder Miami is America’s favourite holiday destination and the hub of a vibrant cruise ship industry, its port constantly jammed with sleek passenger liners. North of the city, the miles of beautiful beaches on the Gold Coast are hemmed in by southeast Florida’s major tourist towns: Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pompano Beach, and Palm Beach.
The capital city of Puerto Rico, San Juan is one of the busiest ports in the Caribbean and a third of all Puerto Ricans live here. Nearly every visitor to the island arrives at San Juan, many on cruise liners. The port is the largest home-based cruise port in the world, hosting 28 vessels and with more being added to the list each year.
San Juan is divided into three distinct districts: Old San Juan, the historic walled city; the beach and resort area; and the outlying suburbs. Tourists are concerned mainly with Old San Juan, the site of most restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and the beaches. The old city is linked to the new by the largely residential Puerta de Tierra area, and a series of modern highways leading to the Condado beach front, which is reminiscent of Florida’s Miami Beach with its high-rise hotels and apartment blocks.
It is not only tourism that keeps the financial mills grinding in San Juan. The city is an important centre for petroleum and sugar refining, brewing and distilling, and the manufacturing of cement, pharmaceuticals, metal products and tobacco products. In the midst of all the hustle and bustle there are numerous attractions in San Juan to amuse, entertain and interest the many tourists, and the city is a perfect base for exploring the rest of what this small Caribbean island has to offer.
The capital of the United States Virgin Islands and the most popular cruise port in the Caribbean, Charlotte Amalie offers beautiful natural scenery, fascinating history, and a wealth of duty-free shopping.
Philipsburg is the capital of Dutch St Maarten and the only town of consequence on the island. It has two main streets, Front Street (Voorstraat) and Back Street (Achterstraat), connected by several bustling thoroughfares, and filled mainly with duty-free shops, cafes, hotels and courtyards overflowing with flowers.
The town has an unusual setting, sitting on a narrow stretch of land between Great Bay, on the south coast of the island, and the Great Salt Pond (a huge marsh). It is the port of call of hundreds of cruise ships, filling the primary need of the day-tripping passengers who come ashore mainly to shop for everything from Italian leather goods and Japanese cameras to native crafts. Philipsburg’s nightlife is regarded as among the liveliest to be found in the Caribbean.
Architecturally the town, founded in 1763 by John Philips (a Scots captain in the Dutch navy), is quaint, with characteristic pastel-coloured West Indian houses lining the streets, and a few Dutch colonial landmarks, including Fort Willem, built in 1801, and Fort Amsterdam, constructed nearly 200 years earlier.
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Thoughtfully-designed and well-appointed staterooms with ample living space, sofa and sitting area, interactive TV.
Staterooms with large windows and a sitting area where you can kick back and relax after a day that has been as busy or relaxing as you want it.
Enjoy both indoor and outdoor spaces with a Veranda Stateroom. Relax in the spacious sitting area or step outside to linger over morning coffee or marvel at evening sunsets.
Our spacious suites offer an indulgent, fully comprehensive experience…the height of modern luxury.
Designed for the traveler who settles in nicely to veranda staterooms where little details make a big difference. Savor unexpected delights such as evening hors d’oeuvres, luxury bedding, fresh fruit and flowers and priority restaurant seating.
Love the spa life? These veranda staterooms offer priority seating in the exclusive specialty restaurant, Blu, unlimited access to the Relaxation Room (on Solstice Class only) and Persian Garden as well as a host of other soothing extras.
Random Act Of Entertainment
Random act of entertainment. Anywhere, Anytime.
Incredible Cabaret Performances by your Celebrity Cast vocalists (Available only
Enter into the world of Sir Stuart Peabody and his giant hat. Filled with a collection of eccentric friends who bring you into their world
Restaurants & Café
Enjoy an amazing array of flavors and a wide selection of restaurants to suit every mood. Celebrity Cruises® menus are inspired by, and sourced from, the incredible regions we visit.
Murano- Dinner; French Continental
Main Restaurant- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner; Global Cuisine
Silk Harvest- Dinner; Asian Cuisine
Sushi on Five- Modern luxury take on traditional Japanese fare.
Tuscan Grille- Lunch, Dinner; Italian Steakhouse
AquaSpa Café- Fresh, spa-inspired delights to nourish body and mind.
Oceanview Café- Café’s décor and offerings reflects an international marketplace.
24-Hour In-Room Dining
Relax and dine in the private comfort of your stateroom.
Clubs, Bar & Lounges
Each of Celebrity Cruises® clubs, bars and lounges is a unique destination unto itself, with menus offering a diverse selection of classics to complement the latest trends. Some also reflect the regions we visit. To keep their menus dynamic and fresh, Celebrity Cruises® work with a variety of sources including mixologists from the brands served and creative staff.
Café al Bacio & Gelateria
Martini Bar & Crush
Pool & Mast Bar
Sky Observation Lounge
World Class Bar
Open Monday thru Friday
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time)
Phone: (808) 949-8100
Toll Free: (800) 284-0440
Fax: (808) 465-3118
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