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Significantly smaller than Celebrity Cruises' new Solstice Class ships, the Celebrity Summit is a relatively quiet vessel that will appeal most to couples and retirees looking for a less bustling experience than one will find on some other major lines. The ship is slated for a major overhaul in 2012.

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Introduction

Unveiled in 2001, the 1,950-passenger Celebrity Summit is one of Celebrity’s four Millennium Class ships — once the pride of the line’s fleet but in recent years at least partially eclipsed by the newer, bigger Solstice Class. Like its three sisters — Celebrity Millennium (2000), Celebrity Infinity (2001) and Celebrity Constellation (2002) — it offers a relatively sleek and contemporary decor that, alas, is beginning to show its age in areas. That said, the ship is slated for a major overhaul in 2012 that will bring several new restaurants and other new features that first debuted on Solstice Class vessels as well as refurbished rooms and the addition of balconies on some suites.

The Summit offers one large, two-level main dining room, called the Cosmopolitan, that passengers can either visit during two traditional fixed seatings or on a more flexible basis using what the line calls its Celebrity Select plan. The ship also is home to La Normandie, an elegant restaurant that features historical, Art Deco decor that was salvaged out of the famed ocean liner, the SS Normandie. Other features of the ship include a number of lounges, bars, a theater, a casino, a large spa with a thalassotherapy pool, and deck-top areas with pools, hot tubs and other features.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Cabins
  3. Cabin 1
  4. Cabin 2
  5. Cabin 3
  6. Cabin 4
  7. Cabin 5
  8. Cabin 6
  9. Cabin 7
  10. Cabin 8
  11. Cabin 9
  12. Cabin Amenities
  13. Dining
  14. Restaurant 1
  15. Restaurant 2
  16. Restaurant 3
  17. Restaurant 4
  18. Restaurant 5
  19. In-Room Dining
  20. Drinks
  21. Pools & Decks
  22. Pool Areas
  23. Sun Decks & Open Areas
  24. Deck Plans
  25. Recreation
  26. Lounges & Public Spaces
  27. Spa
  28. Fitness
  29. Retail
  30. Other Activities
  31. Nightlife & Shows
  32. Bar / Club 1
  33. Bar / Club 2
  34. Bar / Club 3
  35. Bar / Club 4
  36. Bar / Club 5
  37. Bar / Club 6
  38. Bar / Club 7
  39. Casino
  40. Shows & Other Entertainment
  41. Service & Staff
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