Onsite: Celebrity Unveils New Celebrity Solstice Stateroom

NEW YORK-Executives from Celebrity Cruises were on hand in New York on Thursday to give a glimpse of the new staterooms on Celebrity Solstice, due to debut next year. Celebrity employed the services of five "leading ladies" from varying walks of life to give input on design. "Women are the decision makers when it comes time to plan a cruise," said Dan Hanrahan, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises. The new rooms will be 15 percent larger than Millennium-class ships and include higher beds for underneath storage, bigger bathrooms with glass showers, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, noise-deadening vestibules and more muted coloring-all to "create a more thoughtful stateroom." Visit [www.celebritycruises.com].

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