Celebrity Cruises® open up the world with their incredible itineraries that take in a hand-picked selection of the world’s most beautiful destinations throughout all seven continents. Stylish and cutting-edge design, menus crafted by Michelin-starred chef Cornelius Gallagher and intuitive service that exceeds expectation all combine to create their award-winning ‘modern luxury’ concept.

Recommended for:

A Celebrity Cruises voyage is perfect if you’re looking for a modern cruise with lots of activities. This is also a great choice if you are a first-time cruiser or an LGBT guest. We especially recommend Celebrity for both food lovers and wine connoisseurs as readers of Food & Travel Magazine have voted them Ocean Cruise Line of the Year 2016, and they have the largest wine collection at sea.

Dress code:

Celebrity Cruises do not have formal evenings but they do have Evening Chic nights, during which you can dress as you would for a black tie evening. Women should feel comfortable wearing a cocktail dress, and men can wear smart trousers and a collared button-down shirt, while blazers are optional. Other nights of your cruise smart casual attire can be worn. If you would rather dress casually on Evening Chic nights you can dine in the laid-back Oceanview Café, a buffet style restaurant. 

Why Celebrity Cruises?

  • Modern luxury
  • Hundreds of activities, from Zumba, an art class and wine tasting to a Rosetta Stone language course or time in the first at-sea iLounge
  • Award-winning cuisine. Try a Qsine gastronomic adventure including sushi lollipops and popcorn fish and chips at extra cost (available on select Solstice Class ships)
  • 24-hour room service in all staterooms and butler service in every suite
  • Spectacular stage shows, comedy nights, chic nightclubs and classy casinos
  • Soothe your mind and body in the Award-winning Canyon Ranch SpaClub®
  • Kids and teen clubs offering dance parties, scavenger hunts and Xbox gaming
  • Listen to live music and dance on half an acre of real grass at the Lawn Club, available on Solstice Class ships
  • Find peace and privacy in a private cabana at The Alcoves on board Celebrity Reflection® & Celebrity Silhouette®.

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Far East Discovery

Spend time in Hong Kong before boarding the Celebrity Millennium® for a voyage to some of South-East Asia’s must-see cities.

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New Zealand Discovery

Discover the spectacular natural beauty of New Zealand's North and South Islands on this modern adventure with Celebrity Cruises®.

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Tahitian Treasures

Bask in the sunshine with a few nights in Honolulu before setting off on this far-flung and exotic cruise that calls in Tahiti and Bora Bora before ar...

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Las Vegas & the Western Caribbean

Begin your holiday in the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’ before joining Celebrity Cruises® for an equally entertaining voyage around the Caribbe...

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Italy & Greek Isles

Take in Rome’s captivating history before setting sail on the chic Celebrity Edge℠ for diverse and stunning island landscapes of the Mediterranean.

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Amalfi Coast & Greek Isles with Celebrity Cruises

Board the brand new Celebrity Edge℠, a ship designed 'to leave the future behind' for a European cruise.

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Mountain Rails & Alaska Cruise

Epic scenery, wildlife and one of the world’s most famous train routes combine on this ever-popular stay and cruise holiday with Celebrity Cruises®.

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Galapagos Inner Loop & Outer Loop

Come face-to-face with rare wildlife on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure on board the innovative and purpose-built Celebrity Flora®.

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