Celebrity Cruises Offers the 'Extend Your Stay' Program


Ships offering the "Extend Your Stay" promotion include the Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Solstice and the Celebrity Silhouette. // (c) 2011 Celebrity Cruises.

Celebrity Cruises is offering the new “Extend Your Stay” program, allowing guests to stay in their stateroom until nine a.m. on the day their cruise ends. This time is one hour later than the standard time by which guests are typically asked to depart. Guests who participate in Extend Your Stay also can enjoy some of the ship’s services until as late as 90 minutes before the next cruise sets sail.

The program includes non-alcoholic specialty coffees and teas from Café al Bacio; a meal in the creperie-focused specialty restaurant, Bistro on Five; the opportunity to watch a first-run movie in one of the ship’s theaters; and access to the pool, fitness center and locker rooms. The AquaSpa will be available for spa services at an additional charge. Bar purchases can be made on the last day of the cruise using a credit card.

Extend Your Stay is being offered for the remainder of the current Europe season on Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Solstice and the brand-new Celebrity Silhouette. The program also will be available for future Europe seasons, and is available for purchase at the onboard guest relations desk. The cost of the program is $59 per adult, $29.50 per child ages three to 12, and free for children under three years of age. Guests participating in "Extend Your Stay" can depart at any time until as late as 90 minutes before the next cruise departs. "Extend Your Stay" departure times may vary by ship and itinerary based on local immigration regulations.

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