The first ship to undergo a series of improvements as part of Celebrity Cruises’ fleet-wide modernisation programme has returned to service.

Celebrity Millennium now features redesigned staterooms and suites and updated restaurants and bars.

The changes are part of the $500 million Celebrity Revolution project, which is elevating Celebrity’s ships to a new level. 

The Retreat – an area for suite guests with an exclusive new sundeck and redesigned lounge – has also been added, while the spa and casino have been given fresh looks. 

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The new and improved sundeck.

Further improvements include:

  • Advanced Wi-Fi across the ship
  • New boutiques
  • A new, wellness-focused spa design by New York design firm Krause Sawyer
  • A semi-private consultation area in the fitness centre for personal training and consultations
  • Enhanced art and photo galleries
  • Advanced RFID lock technology with digital key access has been added to every stateroom door

A total of 30 new staterooms have been added:

  • 13 AquaClass staterooms
  • Seven Ocean View staterooms
  • 10 Inside staterooms

“This is such an exciting moment for us as we finally get to share the new Celebrity Millennium with the world,” said Celebrity Cruises’ president and CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo.

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Veranda stateroom.

“She 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.”

Celebrity Summit, the second ship to undergo the transformation process, has now entered dry-dock in the Bahamas. A further seven ships will be modernised by 2023.