Carnival Celebration is a nod back to the original MS Celebration, a true classic ship for Carnival Cruise Line. The ship is slated to set sail from Miami in 2022, marking Carnival's 50th anniversary year.
Just like sister ship Mardi Gras, Carnival has incorporated six themed “zones” into Celebration to bring together incredible experiences to give passengers a unique onboard experience. Celebration will be the the second ship ever with BOLT, the thrilling onboard rollercoaster.
Carnival Celebration also marks the return of innovative restaurants like Bonsai Teppanyaki, RedFrog Tiki Bar, Family Feud Live, Havana Bar, Seuss at Sea, Playlist Productions and more.
Carnival Celebration dining provides cruisers with a mouthwatering blend of exciting new dining options and perennial cruise line favorites.
Passengers can enjoy big, bold flavors at Guy’s Pig & Anchor BBQ or Shaq's Big Chicken, or enjoy a tableside performance at Bonsai Teppanyaki. Cruisers with global tastes can grab a burrito at the BlueIguana Cantina or a few rolls at Bonsai Sushi.
Finally, no cruise is complete without seafood, and Carnival offers up rustic New England fare at the Seafood Shack.
Carnival Celebration offers passengers a great combination of revolutionary new activities as well as signature Carnival favorites.
Thrill-seekers will flock to BOLT, the ultimate at-sea roller coaster, offering amazing 360-degree ocean views and an exciting Carnival-only experience. Visitors to the WaterWorks water park can enjoy a day of fun-in-the-sun on its many waterslides.
With its assortment of clubs, bars, and lounges, Carnival Celebration offers a vibrant nightlife for adults. The Red Frog Tiki Bar is a poolside paradise complete with tropical drinks such as the Polynesian Punch, Jungle Bird and the Red’s Rum Jumper.
For those looking for music and dancing head to the Havana Bar, offering handcrafted Cuban cocktails.
For those looking to unwind the Cloud 9 Spa is the perfect place to get away from it all. Here you can indulge in one of the many spa treatments such as facials, massages and body wraps, as well as chill out in the Thermal Suite or Thalassotherapy Pool.
It was ok , food was good, staff was not friendly, service was not good . Guest services were letting blue and red card holders stay on the platinum and Diamond line/ section. My Dr Seuss breakfast reservation was scheduled for the wrong date and we got up early and went on a Quest trying to find out where the restaurant was and when we found it, it was closed so we went back to guest services where no one knew anything , after some calling around and asking they were able to inform us that it was booked on the wrong day by them. Not I! I had gone to the services in the beginning of the week to book the Dr Seuss breakfast and at that time I was given a date and time on a piece of paper by them , which turned out to be the wrong date and the wrong restaurant and the wrong everything. I'm a woman in my 50s and I needed a fan but there were no fans available and that request was on the first day of the cruise, evidently they were all snatched up before 2:00 p.m.
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