Celebrity Constellation to get refurbished

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Celebrity Cruises Millennium-class ship, the Celebrity Constellation, is to be refurbished this month, the company has announced.

The ship is scheduled to enter dry dock on May 12 and will emerge two weeks later, on May 26.

“We are continually pushing the boundaries of the cruise experience, so we are adding some incredible new features to Celebrity Constellation,” Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO, Celebrity Cruises, explained. “In addition to introducing the ever-popular restaurant Qsine, we are launching an entirely new culinary experience, Top Deck Burger Bar. On top of that, we’re also incredibly excited about the addition of our Rooftop Terrace and the iconic Taste of Film experience.”

She added: “Additionally, we are unveiling some other ship enhancements to our suites, revealing a stunning shopping bazaar and our signature portrait studio. Guests won’t want to leave!”

The Top Deck Burger bar will replace the Mast Grill. The new venue will allow guests to build their own burger as well as choosing from the restaurant’s existing menu. Qsine will replace Ocean Liners while the Rooftop Terrace, pictured, will be complete with movie screen and the ‘A Taste of Film’ dining experience.

All staterooms will now have RFID locks, meaning guests will be able to unlock their room by tapping their room card against the door.

In terms of accommodation, Celebrity Constellation will have updated penthouse and royal suites. The retail area will also be refurbished.

Celebrity Constellation is due to embark on cruises to the Mediterranean, Arabian Coast, India, and the Far East once it emerges from dry dock.

Sam Ballard

Sam Ballard is the publisher of CRUISE ADVISER and has been writing about the cruise industry for a number of years. His CV includes the likes of shipping magazine International Cruise & Ferry Review and the digital publication Cruise News. He can be contacted on:sam@cruise-adviser.com.

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