Celebrity Constellation in Oslo
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Main pool
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Lounging by the pool
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Top Chef at Sea Quickfire Challenge
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Solarium / Celebrity Cruises / Steve Beaudet
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Blu restaurant
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Blu's Angus Beef Carpaccio
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Martini Bar
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Tuscan Grille
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Ocean Liners
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Valrhona Cocoa Cake at Ocean Liners
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Main Dining Room
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X Club
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Café al Bacio & Gelateria
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Aft Deck
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Sushi on Five
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Rendezvous Lounge
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Oceanview Stateroom
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Crush / Celebrity Cruises
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Michael's Club
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Veranda stateroom
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Celebrity Constellation

Our Ship Review
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger

The fourth ship in Celebrity’s Millennium Class debuted in 2002 and was updated in 2013 with innovations from the line’s newer Solstice class, including enhanced Wi-Fi, spa-class staterooms, and the exclusive Blu restaurant. While the 2,184-guest “Connie,” as the ship is affectionately called, has not yet been “Revolutionized” with Edge-class amenities and lighter, more contemporary decor like its sisters Millennium and Summit, the ship has undergone some updates. That means cruisers can expect what Celebrity is known for: attentive service, top-notch dining, and an overall tasteful yet relaxed atmosphere.

What We Love

Michael’s Club: Suite guests have exclusive access to this quiet lounge, where they can enjoy personalized concierge service, complimentary canapés and drinks, and low-key live music.

Martini Bar: This buzzing nightlife spot is an experience, with fun-to-watch flair bartenders, a countertop made of ice, and a menu of creative cocktails.

Relaxation Spaces: Chilling out is easy on a Celebrity ship and Constellation offers two low-key venues. The Solarium is an adults-only enclosed pool area with multiple hot tubs and a bar, while the Rooftop Terrace on deck 12 aft features cushioned chaises and an outdoor screen for movie screenings beneath the star paired with cocktails and snacks.

Best Known For

The Spa: Treatments range from seaweed wraps to aromatherapy massages, but those who don’t want to shell out the big bucks can also pay for a day pass to relax in the sauna-like Persian Garden. Spots fill up quickly on sea days, so book early.

The Dining Options: The skillful service, extensive wine selection, and sophisticated dishes at specialty restaurant Tuscan Grille are worthy of the upcharge (filet mignon or lobster rigatoni alfredo, anyone?). You don’t have to pay extra for a fine meal, however — the ship’s buffet, Oceanview Café, and Main Restaurant both offer plenty of great menu options. Book an AquaClass stateroom and you’ll also have access to Blu restaurant or opt for a suite to dine in Luminae, where you can try Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud’s Signatures dishes.

Who It's Best For

Couples Over 50: Cruisers looking for a relaxing time — without constant activities and energetic younger cruisers — will enjoy this quiet ship, which generally draws an older crowd.

Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

Not as Exciting for Families: Although there are a few kid-friendly activities, families won’t find them as exciting as those of some competitors.

Kayla Becker
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger