Celebrity Cruises has outdone itself setting new standards of comfort and style in its luxurious staterooms. On the Celebrity Silhouette, 85 percent of staterooms have a veranda, and the average size is a spacious 200 square feet. Every class of stateroom features extra services like 24-hour room service, a complimentary robe and tote bag, and luxury blend bath products, and the luxury suites come with features such as a personal butler, marble whirlpools, and privileged access to exclusive restaurants and lounges on board.
Dining & Gastronomy
The first of the Celebrity ships to have a rooftop grassy backyard, passengers can enjoy an authentic barbecue experience at the Lawn Club Grill. Taste an assortment of grilled meats, breads and vegetables as prepared by one of the restaurant’s master chefs, or take the tongs into your own hands and serve as Grill Master for your party for the course of the meal. From gourmet French dining at Murano, experimental creations at Qsine, or more casual fare at the Oceanview Café, the Celebrity Silhouette’s indoor restaurants cater to every palate as well.
Entertainment and Activities
Guests onboard the Celebrity Silhouette can expect a variety of sophisticated culinary, artistic and entertainment activities to keep them busy during long days at sea. An onboard theater hosts daily musical and show productions, with movie nights, comedy shows and educational classes in between. A variety of bars and lounges cater to every taste, from the Crush cocktail bar serving a variety of frozen drinks, to the Cellar Masters wine bar with its staff of expert sommeliers. Regular culinary workshops and tours give guests a chance to learn about what goes in to the making of the gourmet dishes onboard, and the Aquaspa and fitness areas allow health-conscious guests a chance to indulge in some professional pampering.
While the day-to-day dress code onboard the Celebrity Silhouette is casual, guests often choose to dress a bit nicer for dinner. On most nights, nice jeans and a long-sleeved shirt for men “Formal Night” has been replaced by “Evening Chic,” meaning the tuxedos and evening wear are traded in for sports blazers and designer jeans or skirts, sundresses or pants with formal blouses.
Note for guests traveling with children
All persons under the age of 18 are considered minors when travelling with Royal Caribbean cruises. Both minors and young adults (between the ages of 18 and 21) are required to travel with an adult supervisor.
Although the main language spoken on board is English, some of the crew members and reception personnel also speak German. Menus and the daily programme can also be provided in German, and a German-speaking tour guide will be available for most land excursions.