Built in 2000, the Millennium-class Celebrity cruise ship delivers a sophisticated, high-quality cruise experience. Whether you want to stay active with a fresh-air jogging track and top-deck basketball court or indulge in a one-of-a-kind dining experience at Le Petit Chef using augmented reality from TableMation Studios, you’ll find something to do onboard.


In a major renovation during dry dock in 2019, Celebrity Millennium brought her staterooms and suites into the newest era of ship design. All accommodations were given a fresh, contemporary look and upgraded amenities, including ingenious new storage solutions, all-new bathrooms, eXhale premium bedding featuring the luxurious Cashmere Mattress, RFID locks and WiFi improvements.

On Millennium Class ships, AquaClass cabins range from 233 to 271 square feet with private balconies of 42 to 62 square feet. Iconic Suites on Edge Class vessels are more spacious at 1,892 square feet.

Like all Celebrity cruise ships, Millennium features four interior cabins designed for solo travelers. At 103 square feet, they are among the smallest accommodations on the fleet but do prevent you from incurring the double occupancy fare. All Celebrity Cruises’ ships feature the same basic cabin categories — interior, oceanview and balcony — but the specific types differ across classes. The brand’s smaller Galapagos-class vessels, which sail to the archipelago, offer a narrower selection of cabin types.


You won’t find rock-climbing walls or surf simulators on the Celebrity Millennium, but that doesn’t mean this ship isn’t packed with restaurants, lounges and bars. As the first of Celebrity’s fleet to be fully Revolutionized, Millennium has sleek new upgrades that give it a sophisticated look reminiscent of a high-end boutique hotel or resort.

Dining options include the Metropolitan, which offers traditional assigned tables and seating times as well as the line’s Select Time Dining option. The Tuscan Grille celebrates rustic flavors with a nouveau twist, while Murano showcases classic French cuisine. Luminae serves up healthy dishes with a creative twist. And for a one-of-a-kind dining experience, try Le Petit Chef with augmented reality from TableMation Studios.

Guests can also dine in the Lawn Club Grill, which overlooks the cool green grass of the Lawn Club. And for a quick bite, the Bistro offers soups, salads and sandwiches. For something sweet, the Cafe al Bacio offers gourmet coffee and pastries or authentic gelato.


The Millennium-class ships are a good choice for cruisers who prefer first class dining and service but want the flexibility of a smaller ship. They offer spacious, opulent lounges, an expansive spa and some of the most spacious staterooms in the Celebrity fleet.

Michael’s Club, forward of the casino on deck four is a sophisticated, intimate cocktail bar with high-backed leather chairs. Its a great place to people watch and enjoy fancy pastries and specialty coffee for free, while a talented a capella singing group entertains in the evening.

The ice-topped Martini Bar on deck five and Rendezvous Lounge on deck four are two of the busiest rooms onboard the Millennium, and both provide a great venue to meet fellow passengers. Both also feature live music and dancing to start your night. In addition, Cellar Masters is a wine tasting and pairing room with a luxurious vibe, plush velvet furnishings and an extensive menu of wines by the glass.


Whether you enjoy spirited competition or mind-bending challenges, Celebrity Millennium has something for everyone. Evenings are filled with Broadway-style shows, musicals, comedians and other guest entertainers in the spacious main theater. Spacious bars, lounges and dance clubs play a variety of music styles.

You can find plenty of opportunities to relax during the day on pools, sun decks and whirlpool hot tubs. You’ll also be able to explore each new destination with port and shopping highlights shared by an onboard expert.

On the other hand, if you want to rejuvenate your senses and decompress, try a spa treatment or indulge at a specialty restaurant. Suite-class guests can also unwind at The Retreat with private sundeck and lounge access. Those who prefer healthy cuisine can find it at the ship’s exclusive AquaClass dining option, Blu. Other options include Qsine and the main dining room’s classic fare. The ship’s modern design is complemented by onboard art featuring works from Picasso and contemporary painters.