$649.00 USD (Avg. PP) DEPART 9/14/18
7 Nights Pacific Coastal Cruise
Offer ID # 5431686
$649.00 USD (Avg. PP) DEPART 9/14/18
Offer ID # 5431686
|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.|
|FAMILY FUN: 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.|
*Restrictions Apply. Information and pricing is subject to change without notice. While we do our very best to ensure that information and pricing appearing in this website is complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for incomplete and inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. In the event of a pricing error, misrepresentation or omission, we reserve the right to adjust the pricing or make any other corrections.
Seattle is known as the ‘Emerald City’, and just like the home of the Wizard of Oz in the fairy tale, it is a magical place. Rated as one of the world’s most liveable cities, after Melbourne and Montreal, it boasts among its citizens three out of the world’s ten richest men, including Bill Gates, head of the mighty Microsoft Empire. The city’s emergence as a trend-setting and fashionable metropolis with sky-high property prices has occurred in less than 200 years, since it was founded in 1869.
Sitting at the extremity of the United States’ northwest, at the gateway to Canada, Seattle reaches for the sky with its landmark soaring ‘space needle’, built in the 1960s, a modern monument that epitomises the city’s image as a high-tech, dynamic and young community.
Seattle is not a place that fosters couch potatoes. Visitors and locals alike revel in the outdoor activities the city’s situation provides for. Seattle sits on the shores of two large lakes and Puget Sound, with remote wilderness less than an hour away, and it is flanked by two major mountain ranges (Olympics and Cascades), with Mount Rainier in full view from the city. It is also within easy reach of the San Juan Islands, Pacific Ocean beaches and major rivers.
This active city lends itself to walking tours, particularly around the two main tourist areas, the waterfront and Pike Place Market. In addition, 80 percent of the city limits are surrounded by water, so tour boats also abound. To fully enjoy Seattle be prepared to go boating, and bring a comfortable pair of shoes.
Astoria is located on the northwestern coast of Oregon. It has always attracted explorers: Captain Robert Gray in 1792, Lewis and Clark in 1805, and John Jacob Astor’s fur traders in 1811. And today visitors from all around the country are rediscovering Astoria’s rich historical sites, beaches, forests, rivers, attractions and events. For your own unique and enjoyable experience come visit the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies.
The most attractive of American cities and regularly voted the best city in the USA, San Francisco is adored because of its colourful history, dramatic setting and its laissez-faire atmosphere, a quality missing from the more synthetic Los Angeles. It is a regular trendsetter in everything alternative, from flower-power to ‘free love’ and gay liberation; it prides itself on being individualistic, down-to-earth and cultured.
Streets rollercoaster up and down the hills, and when not swathed in the city’s trademark fog, there are superb vistas of San Francisco Bay, spanned by one of the world’s most famous sights, the Golden Gate Bridge. Surrounded by hills and urban development, traversed by bridges, dotted with sails and 14 small islands, including the notorious Alcatraz, the bay is the largest inlet on the Californian Coast. Fisherman’s Wharf at the edge of the bay is a popular place to eat, stroll and shop, with its resident seals a favourite photographic subject.
Within the surprisingly compact city are distinct neighborhoods that reflect the cultural background of diverse communities that were attracted to San Francisco by the discovery of gold in 1848, and the promise of a new life for those desperate to escape their harsh circumstances. Most of San Francisco’s residents were born outside the city and this mix of cultures is reflected in the dragon-studded temples of colorful Chinatown and Japantown, the characteristic bohemian flavor of the Italian pasta restaurants and cafes in North Beach, the old Spanish-speaking Mission District that blends with the nightlife of SoMa, the modern Financial District, the gay centre of Castro and The Haight, characterized by the memory of the hippie movement of the 1960s.
British, and darn proud of it.
The shops are stocked with Harris tweeds, Irish linens and Scottish woollens. The locals play croquet, double-decker buses wend their way through the well-kept streets, and afternoon tea is served daily at the Empress Hotel.
In fact, genteel Victoria, British Columbia so closely resembles an English seaside town that it almost seems out of place among the majestic snow manteled mountains and cedar forests that surround it. This juxtaposition, of course, only
adds to its charm.
Nicknamed Hollywood North for the ever-present film crews, Canada’s west coast gem of Vancouver is young, thriving and diverse, boasting the perfect combination of wild natural beauty and all the modern conveniences. Named after Royal Navy sea captain George Vancouver, who sailed into the Burrard Inlet on the British Columbian coast in 1792, Vancouver was barely even a town 100 years ago. Today, more than two million people call it home, and the shiny futuristic towers of Yaletown and the downtown core contrast dramatically with the snow-capped mountain backdrop, providing ample beauty among the bustle of Canada’s third biggest city.
Approximately the same size as the downtown area, the city’s green heart is Canada’s largest city park, Stanley Park, covering hundreds of acres filled with lush forest and crystal clear lakes. Visitors can wander the sea wall along the exterior of the park, catch a free trolley bus tour, a horse-drawn carriage ride or visit the Vancouver Aquarium housed within the park. The city’s past is preserved in historic Gastown with its cobblestone streets, steam powered clock and quaint feel, though this is combined with expensive souvenir shops and galleries aimed at tourists. Neighbouring Chinatown, with its weekly market, Dr Sun Yat-Sen classical Chinese gardens and restaurants adds an exotic flair. For some retail therapy or celebrity spotting, there is always the trendy Robson Street.
During the winter months snow sports are the order of the day on nearby Grouse Mountain, perfect for skiing and snowboarding, although the city itself gets more rain than snow. Vancouver’s incredible ethnic diversity and combination of mountains, sea and city, offers visitors an endless supply of things to see and do, no matter the budget.
Cabin rates for September 14, 2018 sailing
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Random Act Of Entertainment
Random act of entertainment. Anywhere, Anytime.
Incredible Cabaret Performances by your Celebrity Cast vocalists.
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 & Cafés
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, Bars & 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) 941-5177