CruiseA bow-to-stern transformation has added designed staterooms and suite and revitalised public spaces.

Bold new era for Celebrity Millennium

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A stateroom on Celebrity Millennium.
Celebrity Statesroom 190214

The 35-day dry dock covered the designing of ship areas, from its staterooms and suites to a new lounge for suite guests, restaurants, bars, lounges, spa, casino and designer boutiques.

Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Millennium has completed a bow-to-stern transformation in Singapore as part of a US$500 million fleet-wide modernisation programme. 

The 35-day dry dock covered the designing of ship areas, from its staterooms and suites to a new lounge for suite guests, restaurants, bars, lounges, spa, casino and designer boutiques.

The cruise brand collaborated with hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates on the redesign of its staterooms, while designer Kelly Hoppen, MBE worked on the refreshed suite design and to bring The Retreat to Celebrity Millennium.

Highlights of the new rooms include a new stateroom design, cashmere mattresses and doors enabled with advanced RFID lock technology with digital key access.

Thirty new staterooms have also been added, including 13 new AquaClass staterooms, seven Ocean View Staterooms and 10 Inside Staterooms. 

Guests can also look forward upgrades such as: 
- An upgraded Wi-Fi network
- Fashion brands such as Shinola, John Hardy, and Hublot 
- A new wellness-focused spa designed by New York design firm Krause Sawyer
- A new semi-private consultation area in the fitness centre for personal training and consultations
- A new salon featuring a blow dry bar and luxury manicures and pedicure services
- An enhanced Persian Garden thermal suite with new treatments such as Turkish bath, infrared sauna, and salt therapy
- An enhanced Art Gallery and Photo Gallery
- A new casino design and bar
- New state-of-the-art slot machines

“Celebrity Millennium has been transformed from top to bottom. I want to share my deepest gratitude with the teams who have worked so hard to make this happen, and I can’t wait for our guests to experience this revolution in travel for themselves,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO, Celebrity Cruises.

Celebrity Millennium is just the first revitalisation planned for the brand. Celebrity Summit has already entered dry-dock in the Bahamas for its own transformation, with seven more ships to be modernised by 2023.


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