Built in 2000
Length: 965 ft
Beam: 105 ft
Draught: 26 ft
Cruise Speed: 24 kts
Inaugural Date: Jun 17, 2000
The first member of Celebrity Cruises'
Millennium-class of ships, Celebrity Millennium offers 80 percent
ocean-view staterooms, 74 percent with verandas.
Millennium's huge Penthouse Suites encompass nearly 3,000 square
feet with veranda and include such appointments as a butler's
pantry, personal exercise equipment, and Baby Grand piano.
Millennium's 25,000-sq.-ft. AquaSpaSM
is one of the largest and most sophisticated spa at sea and
the first to feature unusual, exotic concepts from Elemis Ltd.
Millennium's 14,000-sq.-ft. shopping area, is a designer boutique
afloat, including fashion labels not usually seen at sea.
Millennium introduced the first exterior, glass-enclosed elevators
at sea, offering guests panoramic ocean views as they move from deck
Millennium was the first ship in the Celebrity fleet with an
Internet café, Online@CelebrityCruises, with individual computer
stations for guests.
Expanded choices for the physically challenged
are available aboard
Millennium, with accommodations in a variety of categories,
Millennium features a museum-quality contemporary art collection.
Michael's Club is an 18th-century Georgian
style lounge with raised cherry wood panels and faux fireplace.
Millennium’s Cova Café di Milano features specialty coffees and
chocolates from Cova of Milan, Italy.
The alternative fine-dining choice on board
Celebrity Millennium is the Olympic Restaurant, which
features a dine-in wine cellar and demonstration kitchen. The most
distinctive feature of
Millennium’s Olympic Restaurant is its carved wood paneling that
originally graced the Edwardian décor of RMS Olympic, sister-ship of
Reservations are required and there is an extra charge.
The letter “X” on Celebrity
Millennium’s funnel is
the Greek letter for “C” and stands for Chandris, the family who
founded Celebrity Cruises.
For passengers who cannot resist, Celebrity Millennium’s fresh-baked pizza can be
delivered to your stateroom in an insulated carrier, ala shoreside