Crystal Serenity offers a range of luxury staterooms. All staterooms are facing the outside, and 85% have a balcony. Stateroom sizes start at 226 square feet, making them among the most spacious on the market. Passengers can expect nice touches such as 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, inclusive internet access, luxury bath amenities and more.
The Crystal Serenity has twice as many luxury penthouses as its predecessor, the Crystal Symphony, and each one measures up at an extraordinary 1,345 square feet. The penthouses feature such additional services as a personal butler, complimentary refreshments, unlimited Wi-Fi, and more. All passengers can enjoy 24/7 in-room dining – even from the specialty restaurants.
Dining & Gastronomy
Dining on the Crystal Serenity is an experience in and of itself. Even the buffet has a gourmet menu that changes every night. The Crystal Dining Room serves a combination of experimental and traditional dishes. Guests can glimpse into the world of molecular gastronomy with out-of-this-world culinary creations, or stick to classics such as salad and steak, expertly prepared.
One dining experience not to be missed is Tastes, a specialty restaurant bringing new takes on traditional international dishes. The small plates allow you to sample up to 15 different dishes from around the world, all during one meal.
Entertainment and Activities
The Serenity features a broad range of activities aimed at sophisticated adults. Classical quartets accompany afternoon tea, and the atrium, bars and lounges are accompanied by light piano music. Broadway-style musicals, live musicians and comedians keep even the longest sea days from growing dull, and dancing and karaoke are popular pastimes in the evenings. Additionally, themed cruises will typically include a free educational activity series about sports, music or the travel destinations on the current sail.
Passengers on the Crystal Serenity typically dress more formal than on other cruiselines. Daytime wear ranges from smart casual to resort elegant, and passengers tend to choose evening wear for dining out, Formal Night or not. As with other luxury cruise lines, Formal Night is seen as a chance to go all-out, with men wearing sophisticated tuxedoes and ladies in evening gowns.