Celebrity Millenium Completes Celebrity Cruises' $140 Million Revilization Initiative

Celebrity Cruises' Celebrity Millenium is the fourth and final Millennium class ship to complete the line's $140 million revitalization. The initiative was completed in less than two years, with each ship completeing the massive transformation over the course of only a three-week drydock.

Some of the Solstice class features added to the Millenium Class ships are Celebrity's AquaClass category of staterooms with private verandas, specialty restaurant Blu, a Persian Garden and a Relaxation Room in the AquaSpa. The Celebrity exclusive restaurant Qsine, introduced on the Celebrity Eclipse in 2010 is now featured on the Celebrity Infinity, Celebrity Summit and Celebrity Millenium as a result of the "Solsticizing".

The Celebrity Millenium now offers an iLounge Authorized Apple Reseller and Michael's Club which has been expanded from whiskies, cognac, bourbons and scotches to include over 50 international craft beers.

Other "Solsticized" features include, Celebrity's creperie, Bistro on Five, the Cafe al Bacio, Cellarmasters Wine Bar - complete with the "Enomatic" state-of-the-art wine serving system, new verandas in each of the Celebrity Suites, additional oceanview and inside staterooms and an expanded collection of original, contemporary artwork.

Celebrity Millenium is currently on a Panama Canal voyage from Fort Lauderdale to San Diego. Following a five-night wine-themed cruise from San Diego to Vancouver on May 27, the ship will offer seven-night Northbound and Southbound Alaska sailings between Vancouver and Seward, Alaska.

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