Celebrity Cruises will spend $500 million harmonizing the
design of its existing ships with the new Celebrity Edge.
The ships will get a remake that adopts the Edge color
scheme, which is largely gray, white and silver with blue accents.
The Reflection and Signature suites on the Celebrity
Reflection will be retrofitted to the other four ships in the Solstice class by
designer Kelly Hoppen.
The design for a cabin in the Celebrity Revolution upgrade.
The Retreat Sundeck and Retreat Lounge created for the Edge
will be added to the rest of the ships, with the existing Michael’s Club for
suite guests becoming the Retreat Lounge.
Staterooms on the Millennium class ships and staterooms and
many suites on Solstice class ships will be redesigned by hospitality design
firm Hirsch Bedner Associates.
The restaurant Qsine will go fleetwide and feature Le Petit
Chef animated table experience. The Oceanview Cafe and main dining room will be
Older Celebrity ships will get the Retreat Sundeck.
In the spa, the Sea Thermal Suite will be added to existing
ships, along with new retailers such as Shinola and Hublot. The Passport Bar
and Celebrity’s Gastrobar will be featured in the redevelopment program, and
public areas such as The Hideaway, Team Earth and the Library will also get
The improvements start with a drydock of the Celebrity
Millennium in 2019 and will continue through 2023.