Not sure what Celebrity Cruises ship to sail on that will best suit your interests? Here are three options based off of your favorite activity in southern California.
Checking out the Newest Clubs and Restaurants: Celebrity Reflection
If you’re always on the lookout for the latest hot spots to hit LA ranging from restaurants to clubs to spas, then you’ll want to sail away on Celebrity’s newest ship, the Celebrity Reflection. The last Celebrity cruise ship to be built as part of the Solstice-class, the Celebrity Reflection is less than three years old and features some of the trendiest restaurants and accommodations at sea. Play a game of croquet on the real grass covered Lawn Club under the sunshine. Then head back to your AquaClass accommodations where you can freshen up with spa toiletries before taking advantage of your unlimited AquaSpa entry to the Relaxation Room of the Canyon Ranch SpaClub onboard. Afterward, order from iPads and enjoy unique creations served in small bite portions at Qsine. Follow up your meal with an apres-dinner drink at the hip and modern Martini Bar. The Celebrity Reflection sails Mediterranean itineraries.
San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park: Celebrity Xpedition
If you love animals and enjoy visiting the San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, then the CelebrityXpedition is the ship for you. Why? Because the Xpedition sails exclusively to the Galapagos. This small-ship experience takes you up close to whales, seals, penguins and more. Through shore excursions, you’ll even be able to swim alongside sea critters and learn more about the animals from knowledgeable guides who will be on your cruise and excursions with you.
Big Bear and the Beach: Celebrity Solstice
If you love the fact that you can head to Big Bear for some snow and then make it back to the beach to catch some evening waves in the sunshine all in one day in southern California, then check out the itineraries of the Celebrity Solstice. The Celebrity Solstice is the debut ship of the Solstice-class and switches between itineraries in glacier-filled Alaska and the often sunny terrain of the South Pacific. Take your pick if you want the sun or snow. (Although hint: on Alaska cruises you’ll often encounter both!)