Celebrity Cruises' "Solsticizing" Revitalization Provides New Bedding Program


The eXhaleSM bedding program will begin with the Celebrity Infinity, which will finish renovation Dec. 3, 2011. // (c) 2011 Celebrity Cruises.

Celebrity Cruises’Solsticizing” revitalization initiative is a $140-million program that adds to the line’s Millennium Class ships a host of the venues and experiences from the Solstice Class ships, all within a three-week drydock period. The line plans to roll out an entirely new and ultimately fleetwide bedding program, “eXhaleSM,” beginning with Celebrity Infinity when the ship emerges from Solsticizing on Dec. 3, 2011.

Celebrity’s eXhale bedding program will be included in every stateroom on the newly-Solsticized Celebrity Infinity, and features new mattresses designed exclusively for Celebrity in partnership with Reverie. Hand-made in the U.S. with natural raw materials such as bamboo and sustainable natural rubber, the mattresses are almost entirely recyclable and biodegradable.

Celebrity’s guests in Penthouse Suites, Royal Suites, Celebrity Suites and Sky Suites will enjoy a unique sleep experience, featuring

a premium Reverie mattress allowing guests to customize their sleep experience. With the help of their butler, guests sailing in those suites will be able to have their mattress tailored to their liking, within a range of options from extra plush to extra firm.

Rounding out Celebrity’s eXhale bedding program in each stateroom and suite will be custom-embroidered, 100 percent Egyptian cotton linens. Celebrity also has confirmed that guests on the Solsticized Celebrity Infinity also will offer guests access to Wi-Fi throughout the ship (fee applies).

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