Celebrity Summit Review
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The second Millennium-class ship, Celebrity Summit was introduced in 2001. In a move the line termed Solsticizing, Summit has received some of the most popular features of Celebrity’s Solstice-class vessels, including the addition of spa accommodations, an iLounge Internet and learning center, and more specialty restaurants. Summertime finds Celebrity Summit departing weekly from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey, for cruises to Bermuda before heading on northbound routes to Canada and New England. Her winter home port is San Juan, Puerto Rico, from where she sails weekly Southern Caribbean cruises.
Millennium-class ships are among the largest and most feature-filled in the Celebrity fleet. Innovations include show lounges reminiscent of splendid opera houses, and an alternative restaurant with a classic ocean liner theme. The spas are immense, and while they offer just about any treatment you can think of—and some you probably haven't—they also house a complimentary hydrotherapy pool and café. These ships have a lot to offer families, with some of the most expansive children's facilities in the Celebrity fleet.
Rich fabrics in jewel tones mix elegantly with the abundant use of marble and wood accents throughout public areas. The atmosphere is not unlike a luxurious European hotel filled with grand spaces that flow nicely from one to the other.
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