When Celebrity Constellation isn't taking you to fascinating ports of call your days and evenings are spent making the most of the extensive activities available onboard. From wine tasting to relaxing by the pool or getting swept up in the glamorous evening entertainment, this popular cruise ship's modern facilities will ensure your stay is nothing short of perfect.
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Kids will have a blast on Celebrity Constellation thanks to the fun-filled activities and children’s clubs aboard, giving you the chance to make memories as a family or enjoy some alone time at the spa, a bar or solarium.
Complete with jacuzzis, plenty of spots to soak in the sun on comfy loungers and a poolside bar and grill to keep you refreshed onboard Celebrity Constellation, the main pool area is the lively hub during sunny days at sea while the adult-only Solarium gives adults a calm haven from the splashing kids and volleyball games.
With a huge focus on fresh cuisine, dining during a Celebrity Constellation cruise will not disappoint. Winning multiple awards for their culinary wonders, you can expect your taste buds to be set alight. Whether you like dressing up for a special occasion, or are looking for a casual venue after a long day of sight-seeing, rest assured that there is plenty to choose from.
As well as the theatre shows comprising of musicals, comedy and cabaret the Solarium onboard Celebrity Constellation by day turns into Liquid Nightclub by night, complete with aerial shows and circus acts.
From poolside bars to classic cocktails before or after dinner and late-night hot spots, Celebrity Constellation has your favourite beverages on hand so lively evenings and sunny seadays.
The holiday was very good but the food on the ship was disappointing, the food in the self service was good, but in the formal restaurant in the evening was dreadful, over cooked and tasteless. We won't be travelling with celebrity again It's such a shame as the ships are lovely Roger Crowden
Lovely trip ship was lovely and it never felt crowded like I found on one ship. Food was excellent especially from the restaurant in the evenings but at certain times most of the self serve food was closed. Some of the trips are very expensive for what you get although most were very good. The entertainment was great especially the guitarist but we found that by the time we finished on late dining and got up on deck where we found the type of entertainment that suits us they were nearly finished, would have been nice if they could have gone on until midnight.
Great itinerary. Marvellous service in the MDR. Ida was excellent .
Great little ship that we have sailed on before. Bar staff numbers seem to be falling since the introduction of drinks packages, but all staff are friendly and helpful. This was probably our best 'Windjammer' dining experience but our most disappointed Speciality Dining one. Their menus have been reduced further with fees increasing. It's one thing to pay $30 extra for something special but a pasta dish?