The Solstice Class still earns rave reviews for its more-spacious-than-usual cabins. Passengers love the roomy bathrooms, the warm colors used in the decor, and the considerable storage space. Balconies are attached to an impressive 85 percent of Solstice Class cabins.
The Eclipse was launched in 2010 with a few new twists. This ship was the first to have the quirky and eclectic Qsine restaurant, where the iPad menus are just the start of the fun. The menu – which includes spring rolls, sushi lollipops, lobster-escargot fritters and more – is served in unique and unexpected ways.
The Silhouette, launched in July 2011, introduced another new dining venue: the Lawn Club Grill, where you can serve as your table’s “grillmaster,” assisted by a Celebrity chef. The Silhouette’s Lawn Club is also graced by the chic cabanas of The Alcoves; and The Art Studio, where master artists provide classes in jewelry making, beading, painting and even drink mixology.
The Reflection will be equipped with all of the best-loved Solstice Class features and will be larger than its sisters, with an additional deck, room for more sun loungers and more seats in the theater.
Solstice-style features are so popular that Celebrity just finished the process of “Solsticizing” its Millennium Class ships. Some of the Solstice features added to the Millennium Class ships include the AquaClass category of staterooms, which offer the same serene ambiance as the AquaSpa; the stylish specialty restaurant Blu; the availability of Frette bathrobes and slippers, and a cool, ice-topped Martini Bar.
If you’d like to experience the trend-setting Solstice Class features on any of these ships, talk with Anita, your Cruise Holidays personal cruise expert.