Big changes are ahead for Celebrity Infinity and Summit!
Celebrity Cruises is expanding their lineup of modern outdoor spaces when Infinity receives it’s new “Rooftop Terrace” venue this month during drydock which will feature chic, modular furniture, a large outdoor movie screen, surround sound, and unique food options served in special serving vessels to match the movie theme, destination, or occasion. Celebrity Summit will be undergoing a similar drydock which will also include the Rooftop Terrace in March.
As part of Celebrity’s $16 million refresh plan, the Suites Class on Infinity and Summit will be a special priority. Every Penthouse and Royal Suite will receive new fixtures, marble surfaces, and comfortable seats in the bathroom. They will also receive new drapes, carpeting, and bed linens.
Celebrity Infinity‘s S.S. United States restaurant will be transformed into the Tuscan Grille, with a complete refinishing of the space. It will feature a refreshed menu as well as an Italian cocktail menu; a first for Celebrity’s Tuscan Grille. On Summit, The Normandie is the restaurant that will be converted into the Tuscan Grille.
Aboard Infinity, the S.S. United States’ artifacts will be displayed in the casino’s entry vestibule. Items include charts, maps, a ship model, and more. On Summit, The Normandie also has artifacts that will be moved to a new location with a special display.
Additional work on both ships will include:
- The addition of an enclosed portrait studio similar to those aboard Celebrity Eclipse and Equinox
- The creation of a new future cruise sales office where guests can take advantage of special offers
- A refresh of the Solarium, with new furniture, floors, refinished pool tops, and refreshed finishes in the spa café
- The removal of the themed décor in the ship’s casino
Celebrity Infinity enters drydock October 15 and emerges October 29.
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