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Celebrity Cruises introduces sweet Suite-Class offers

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The Reflection Suite (Photo courtesy of Celebrity Cruises)

Celebrity Cruises has expanded the suite life to make cruising all the sweeter.

Starting in January 2016, guests can take advantage of a “trifecta of suiteness” when booking a Suite Class vacation, including a personal butler, a private lounge with a dedicated concierge and access to the exclusive Luminae restaurant.

Celebrity launched its Suite Class in April 2015, offering access to the Luminae restaurant. Brian Abel, vice president of hotel operations, says the Suite Class is the epitome of the modern luxury holiday experience, and now offers even more for its guests.

“We’re the only premium cruise line that ensures that all suite guests – regardless of category – not only have a personal butler, but also a private restaurant, and an exclusive lounge with a dedicated concierge,” he says.

Other perks include Bulgari bath products as well as a new selection of Delectable Delights – treats delivered to the room on a daily basis created by Chef Cornelius Gallagher. Those who book the Reflection, Penthouse, Royal and Signature suites will receive a bottle of Perrier-Jouët champagne on embarkation day.

Starting December 16, those Suite Class members aboard Celebrity Solstice will join the remaining Suite Class with access to Michael’s Club, an exclusive lounge offering complimentary cocktails and appetizers. Guests who book a suite for cruises departing January 2016 to April 2017 receive a premium beverage package, unlimited Internet, $150 to spend on board and prepaid gratitudes.

Guests in Suite Class also receive priority boarding and embarkation, early embarkation, priority selection of dining times and seating preferences.

 

Dining at Luminae

Celebrity Cruises Luminae

A view of Luminae, a suite-class restaurant found on Celebrity Cruises.

Luminae offers one-of-a-kind menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner at no additional cost to Suite Class guests. Each menu item will only be featured once during a two-week cruise vacation.

Everything about the restaurant embodies an inspirational culinary journey for guests, using locally sourced regional and seasonal ingredients from all over the world.

Dishes like creamy black truffle risotto and Jerusalem artichoke soup are on the menu, with some signature dishes prepared at the table in front of guests.

The wine list features more than 400 selections from the top wine-producing countries. Luminae also offers daily presentations of gourmet chocolates and a dessert cart.

While enjoying the “suite life,” be sure to stop by Park West Gallery’s onboard art auctions to whet your appetite for fine art.

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  • Chris & James Lee
    Reply

    So looking forward to being on the Solstice in Sept 2016. We will be sure to pop by Park West Gallery’s art auction! And can’t wait to see what’s on Luminae’s menu!

  • Tee Rogers
    Reply

    Love Park West, but Celebrity Cruise Line’s “Trifecta of Suiteness” promotes a negative style of classism that just feels wrong. It’s like being aboard theTitanic. Does Park West offer art to the “suite class” that is not also offered to every passenger?

  • Charles C Carter
    Reply

    Is Celebrity and Park
    west going to China????
    if so sigh Janet & I up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • clive wright
    Reply

    I have purchased a lot of art from Park West and have not been invited on another cruise.

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