Nightlife Abounds on Celebrity Solstice

The details of Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Cruises' newest ship debuting in December 2008, have slowly leaked out, but the line has now made available its robust roster of nightclubs and lounges. The 2,850-passenger ship, the first in a new class of Celebrity ships, will have a number of nightspots: Cellar Masters, the wine bar; Ensemble Lounge, a jazz-themed lounge; Passport Bar, located on the ground level of the Grand Foyer; Quasar, a space evoking the '60s and '70s; and Sky Observation Lounge, a dance club offering panoramic sea views. Old standbys such as the martini bar, Fortunes Casino and Michael's Club will mix with the new. "Our Solstice-class fleet will present several entirely new venues, along with creative twists on some of our guests' longtime favorites," said Celebrity Cruises' president and CEO, Dan Hanrahan. "We think our guests will find the design and style in every space not only inviting, but also absolutely stunning." Visit www.celebritycruises.com. (DE)

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