Celebrity Cruises

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6,525 Reviews

About Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity, the first to grow real grass and build a serious art collection, has long been one of the most innovative lines. These cruises draw couples, families, and groups who want style and comfort without luxury-line fares. The wide scope of daytime activities ranges from the educational (think technology classes) to the playful, such as water volleyball matches with ship officers. Impressive specialty restaurants include small-plate-style Qsine — which serves sushi "lollipops" — and the Lawn Club Grill, where you can sear your own meat.

Best for

Couples, families, and groups who want an elegant cruise experience without paying luxury-line fares.

Not for

People who prefer, say, hairy chest contests to iPad tours of the line’s art collection.

We love

  • Celebrity's upscale innovations include an acre of real gras at the Lawn Club, and watch risque Sin City productions that combine burlesque with comedy.
  • The wide scope of daytime activities includes the educational (think Chinese herbal medicine courses and Apple classes) and the playful, such as water volleyball matches with ship officers.
  • Specialty restaurants on Celebrity, including small-plate-style Qsine (which serves sushi “lollipops” and hot crab served on steaming lava rocks) and the Lawn Club Grill (where you can sear your own meat) are truly creative.
  • The fabulous bars include the Brat Pack-style Martini Bar to Michael’s Club, which serves dozens of craft beers and an extensive bourbon menu.
  • The AquaSpa services include some of the best steam rooms at sea, complete with heated, tiled lounge chairs.
  • Celebrity's Concierge-class cabins fill the gap between standards and suites, with perks such as pillow menus and priority restaurant bookings; spa cabins offer fancy showers, nicer bath products, and complimentary access to those fancy steam rooms (which otherwise incur a charge).
  • Parents of small children will appreciate the in-cabin babysitting ($19 an hour for up to three kids), which few lines offer.

We could live without

  • There are lots of extra charges, from specialty restaurants ($5 to $45 per person) to the Lawn Club cabanas and some classes.
  • Celebrity’s stage shows pale in comparison to competitors’ productions.


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Celebrity Xpedition

Price: $$$    Ship Size: S
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Baltra, Galapagos

Service and Staff

83% Loved it!
"They made everyone feel special and were always willing to help We loved the crossing of the equator performance" Read More

Embarkation and Disembarkation

78% Loved it!
"We had Concierge Class so this was a very easy and pleasant process for us!" Read More

Ship Quality

76% Loved it!
"The ship was so clean, that for an activity I sat on the floor in white pants and did not have a flec of dirt on me." Read More

Cabin / Stateroom

75% Loved it!
"The bathrooms were awesome - extra large shower with glass doors. The closet was SMALL. They had to shrink something and they did here. It..." Read More

Destinations and Excursions

70% Loved it!
"Ship excursions are necessary for Ephesus and Athens. They were top quality. Exploring Santorini and Mykonos with private taxi was a plus." Read More

Food and Dining

67% Loved it!
"Food in the main dining and specialty restaurants was excellent - EXCEPT SILK HARVEST. What a disappointment. The food was not good - grizzle..." Read More


56% Loved it!
"The glass blowing studio was wonderful. The dance classes were not enjoyable." Read More

Onboard Activities

52% Loved it!
"There was always something to do. Trivia was very popular so get there early." Read More

Children's Programs

44% Loved it!
"We chose not to take advantage of these programs, since the kids just loved hanging out on the rest of the ship. But the youth staff had an extensive..." Read More

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