Celebrity Cruises recently unveiled “The Celebrity Revolution” project, a $500-million investment plan for the reimagining of its fleet in partnership with more than 500 leading architects, designers, and engineers.
“We launch The Celebrity Revolution in order to transform the way our guests experience the world… We are taking our entire award-winning fleet to the edge, giving people the vacation they truly deserve,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises.
The suite life
More specifically, transforming the brand’s award-winning ships gave Celebrity the opportunity to bring its already world-class suite experience on board Celebrity Millennium, Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Infinity, and Celebrity Summit to lavish new heights with the help of designer Kelly Hoppen, MBE.
Furthermore, the brand has introduced an exclusive new sanctuary for all Suite Class guests called The Retreat. Now, every ship will offer The Retreat Sundeck and The Retreat Lounge, designed by Hoppen.
“Revolutionary” accommodations and tastes
Celebrity has collaborated with hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) to transform the staterooms onboard Celebrity Millennium, Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Infinity, and Celebrity Summit, plus the staterooms and many of the suites on board Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Silhouette and Celebrity Reflection.
Celebrity will also add the Qsine restaurant across the fleet, while the Oceanview Café will be redesigned with an open, airy, marketplace-inspired design to provide guests with international delicacies. Furthermore, the ships’ main restaurants will undergo a beautiful redesign, with new textures and finishes.
The first “revolutionary” revitalization will take place in 2019, beginning with the iconic Celebrity Millennium, and will continue across the fleet through 2023.
Celebrity Cruises is represented in Greece by Navigator Travel & Tourist Services.