Celebrity Cruises has completed the extensive refurbishment project to its fleet with final ship Celebrity Millennium to re-launch this week.

Celebrity Cruises complete £140 million refurbishment

One of the many new features added to the refurbished ships is Celebrity Cruises’ AquaClass category of staterooms, with private balconies. AquaClass and its host of features will be added to Celebrity Constellation in 2013 and will offer guests exclusive access to the speciality restaurant, Blu; complimentary access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room in the AquaSpa; a personal Spa Concierge, in-room features and daily complementary deliveries of bottled water and tea.

The project was completed within less than two years, with each ship completing the massive transformation over the course of an only three-week drydock period.

Celebrity Millennium is the fourth and final ship to complete the cruise line’s $140-million investment programme, dubbed “Solsticizing”.

Ships that have been enhanced now feature a host of venues and experiences including a host of new bars and dining opportunities. The exclusive restaurant “Qsine” has been added to Celebrity Millennium as well as The Celebrity iLounge. Celebrity Cruises’ new balconies added to the ship’s spacious Celebrity Suites and additional oceanview and inside staterooms.

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