Celestyal Crystal cabins and suites
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Celestyal Crystal cabins review
Of all Celestyal Crystal cabins, 59 are Suite-grade accommodations, most of which are with step-out balconies. The ship has a total of 254 oceanview staterooms (including 6 Window Suites) and 163 interior cabins.
Follows the review of Celestyal Crystal staterooms as amenities, furniture, and complimentary services:
- Both SG-Grand Suites have forward-facing / bow balconies (with whirlpools, 4 sun loungers, table, 4 deckchairs). Each SG-Suite has 1 living room (sofabed, table, chairs, TV), 1 bedroom (ample storage space, writing desk with chair), bathroom (bathtub, deluxe bath products).
- SB-Balcony Suites have 1 living room (with sink and bar area concealed behind a wardrobe door, sofabed, low table with chairs), triangular-shaped terrace, bedroom (double bed, ample closet space), split bathroom (toilet/sink, and sink/shower).
- SBJ-Junior Suites sizes vary (260 to 465 ft2 / 24-43 m2). Each one has only one room with a sitting area (sofabed, table, chairs, TV, 2 single beds / convertible to Queen-size double bed).
- XF-Deluxe Outside / Oceanview cabins have 2 single beds, sitting area (sofabed, table, chair), desk, TV, ample closet space), shower room (sink, curtain).
- XBO-Superior Outside / Oceanview cabins on deck 6 are with obstructed views (by the lifeboats). Each stateroom has 2 lower single beds plus two upper bunk beds, large picture window, writing desk with chair, TV, small shower room (no mini-bar).
- XA-XB-Standard Outside / Oceanview cabins have a porthole window, 2 single beds (XA has also 2 upper bunks), desk with chair, shower room.
- Inside / Interior cabins vary in size, still smaller than the industry’s standard. All have 2 single beds, 2 Pullman beds (upper bunks), small shower room. IF-Deluxe has a suite area, Standard Insides have additionally 2 Pullman beds/bunk beds.
All Celestyal Crystal cabins as complimentary amenities offer private bathrooms (WC-toilet, shower), HDTV, phone, radio/alarm clock, electronic safe box (in the closet), individual air conditioning. All cabin decks are interconnected via 4 lifts (passenger elevators).
Wheelchair accessible cabins (for disabled passengers) are located on Deck 5. They feature wider doors, accessible bathroom (ramp), wooden floors. All Suies are with refrigerators (mini-bars). Suite balconies extend by 5 ft / 1,4 m from the ship’s bulkhead. Veranda lengths vary between 9-19 ft (2,8-5,8 m).
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Review: Celestyal Journey
Reviewed by Rebecca Hall
What is the line? Celestyal Cruises
Name of ship? Journey
Passenger Occupancy? 1,260
Itinerary? Starting and finishing in Athens, the seven-night “Idyllic Aegean” sailing stops at Thessaloniki, Kusadasi (Turkey), Heraklion (Crete), and the Greek islands of Santorini, Mykonos, and Milos.
Start out with the big picture–what is this cruise line known for?
If you’re looking for a company that knows its Greek islands and their accompanying cultural heritage inside and out, Celestyal is the cruise line for you. With immersive shore excursions and engaging onboard entertainment, the Greek cruise operator's mid-size ships are an intimate way to explore the Mediterranean.
Tell us about the ship in general:
The Journey is the third vessel in Celestyal's fleet, replacing the Crystal on the Idyllic Aegean route. The ship, previously named the Ryndam, was originally built for Holland America Line in 1994. Celestyal then purchased the vessel, which underwent a $21 million refurbishment in time for its maiden voyage in early September 2023.
Today, the ship boasts 630 staterooms, including 120 Junior Suites and 28 Grand Suites. There are seven specialty dining experiences including the private chef’s table, live cooking demonstrations, Asian cuisine at Pink Moon, juice and ice cream stations at Fig and Honey, fresh Mediterranean bites from Smoked Olive, and a Greek Deli. Eight bars and lounges, including a decadent champagne bar and indulgent wine cellar, round off the evening relaxation, while two pools (plus an entire deck dedicated to wellness) caters to daytime relaxation. Vintage 1920s decor is featured throughout the ship, with film star prints of Sophia Loren and the like, retro light fittings, and a grand central staircase.
Who is on board?
Celestyal caters to people of all ages traveling from a wide variety of countries, including the US, Eastern and Central Europe, Australia, and Argentina.
I found the cruise to be popular among groups of friends in their sixties and upwards, as well as mothers and daughters looking to spend quality time together. As a Greek company, Celestyal also attracts local families who are keen to explore their own backyard in an environment where they’re well catered.
Describe the cabins.
There are dozens of various suite categories on the Journey, spread across Decks 9 and 10. The Junior Dream Suites A, B, and C categories all have floor to ceiling sliding doors to their balconies and can sleep up to three people across twin beds and a sofa bed. At 226 square feet, my category B Junior Dream suite on Deck 9 was more than comfortable.
A more affordable option is to opt for the ship's exterior or interior staterooms, both at 204 square feet, which sleep up to 4 people in a mixture of upper, lower, and sofa beds. Exterior staterooms have portholes while the interior rooms have backlit curtains to mimic natural light. Both are perfect for solo travelers.
A step above these is the 377-square-foot Grand Dream Suite on Deck 10 with 2 lower beds, a double sofa bed, a panoramic window, balcony, a spacious bathroom, and a dressing room.
The pièce de résistance is the 947-square-foot Stargazer Exterior Penthouse Suite on Deck 10 with space for up to three guests. Both the Stargazer Suite and Grand Dreams’ have exclusive access to Rays, a secluded sunbathing and relaxation area—plus the Compass Lounge for private drinks.
Tell us about the crew.
The ship's 613 crew members took the time to greet every passenger by name and were always on-hand for any query. The Shore Excursion staff was particularly knowledgeable and helpful, making time to enquire about your interests and passions in order to recommend the best tour at each destination.
The Stargazer Suite and Grand Dreams have their own concierge on board, plus dedicated room stewards for a section of all other Dream Suites and Staterooms.
What food and drink options are available onboard?
For a mid-size ship, Journey has an impressive choice of dining and bar options, albeit no 24-hour room service. Its restaurants range from Mediterranean dining in the Thalassa restaurant to restaurants specifically reserved for those occupying suites; the Smoked Olive and Pink Moon. Both these restaurants offer the same menu choice as Thalassa, with additional options of Mediterranean bites at Smoked Olive and Asian cuisine at the Pink Moon.
A casual breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet is served on the upper deck at the Taverna. Guests can purchase regional ice creams at the Fig and Honey and Greek fast food such as souvlaki from the Greek Deli.
There’s an impressive seven bars on board, each with unique décor, though still keeping with the 1920s vibe. Choose from a quiet coffee bar, the Blue piano Bar and Lounge, or head to the Fizz Club if you’re a lover of cocktails and champagne. The Grapevine has an impressive selection of wine choices for the connoisseurs among you. The Compass is reserved for occupants of the Grand Dream and Stargazer Suites.
I personally loved finding a quiet hide away (which was never difficult) and sipping my signature cocktail as I watched the sea go by.
Is there a spa on board and is it worth visiting?
The highlight of a cruise on the Journey is a visit to the Sozo Health Spa. Well-trained specialists treat you in one of seven treatment rooms, including a couple's room.
Choose from an impressive range of treatments such as an Ayurveda massage, regular full body massage, reflexology, or Shiatsu. Hot stone massages and Dead Sea exfoliation round up some of the other unique pampering options—just be sure to book in advance.
What about activities and entertainment?
There’s an impressive number of activities to choose from on board the Journey, ranging from Greek dance classes, mini lectures about a variety of regional specialties (for example, the health benefits of Greek herbs), an olive oil presentation, and basic Greek language classes.
Sports enthusiasts will love the morning yoga or Pilates classes (extra charge), and from 8 p.m. the evening entertainment starts to heat up. As well as the aforementioned bars featuring piano or live music, there’s mini-discos for young kids up to 12 years old, seventies-themed parties, and various adult discos.
Yet it’s the twice-nightly performance by resident Canadian artists Cirque Fantastic that takes the cake. Their impressive acrobatic show is typically scheduled for 9 p.m. then repeated at 10:30 p.m. in the ship's awe-inspiring auditorium.
How was the experience for families?
The Journey offers onboard activities for children and teens of all ages. While there's no water slides or go-karting track, Deck 12 is reserved for kids 5 to 12 years old. The Turtle Cave club offers artistic and educational games while the Shark club shows English cartoons and television shows. Kids under the age of three must be accompanied by an adult—currently, no babysitting is offered on board.
Where did it sail and how were the excursions? Did any stand out?
On the Journey's first stop in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, I took an immersive tour that left me yearning to return. An excursion to the Ancient city of Ephesus from the Turkish port of Kusadasi and the Palace of Knossos in Crete are two sites worth reserving a tours of. I opted to explore Santorini and Mykonos on my own, taking in the beautiful views (of the former) and lively shops and nightlife (of the latter).
I'd also recommend booking the group tour of the smaller island of Milos, as it's less suited for solo exploration. Visit Sarakiniko beach, a famed moonscape of pure white stone, the ancient village of Plaka, and the Christian catacombs.
Are there any stand out sustainability or green initiatives about this cruise?
Celestyal as a company works closely with the local Greek community as part of their ethical business practices. For example, the company helps bring interactive exhibits from the Heraklion Museum in Athens to more remote areas of the Greek islands.
Anything we missed?
When eating in the Taverna buffet, you can't help but notice the impressive melon carvings—some of faces, others of various nature or sea scenes. There’s also the occasional ice sculpture in the dessert section. These are created by the onboard sculptor whose creates beautiful sculptures from various materials, a skill passed down through family generations. Check the daily itinerary, left in your room nightly, to watch the art come to life.
Finally, give a sentence or two on why the cruise is worth booking.
Families and groups of friends will love this culturally immersive cruise with world-class wellness offerings.
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Welcome to the latest member of the Celestyal fleet - Celestyal Journey will be at the heart of our commitment to go further and get closer to incredible destinations. Read more
Our highly trained team of chefs lovingly prepare a delectable choice of exquisite dishes using fresh, local ingredients gathered as we travel. Read more
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Cabins Interior Stateroom Exterior Stateroom Grand Suite Junior Suite Penthouse Suite All Types Inside Oceanview Suite
Interior Staterooms at deck 5, 6, 9 and 10 (~17 sqm) can accommodate up to 4 persons, with 2 lower beds and arrangements including 1 upper bed and 1 single or double sofa bed bunk,, bathroom with shower, telephone, hair dryer, safety deposit box and TV. Single beds can be pushed together upon request, please contact us for more information. Size and lay out may vary within the same cabin category.
Exterior Staterooms at deck 4, 5, 6 and 9 (~19 sqm) can accommodate up to 4 persons (2 persons in some cabins on deck 6), 2 lower beds and arrangements including 1 double sofa bed bunk, bathroom with bathtub or shower, telephone, hair dryer, safety deposit box, TV and a porthole. Single beds can be pushed together upon request, please contact us for more information. Size and lay out may vary within the same cabin category.
Suites at deck 10 (35 sqm) can accommodate up to 4 persons, with 2 lower beds and 1 double sofa bed, bathroom with shower, telephone, hair dryer, safety deposit box, TV, panoramic window, refrigerated mini bar and balcony.
Suites at deck 9 and 10 (21 sqm) can accommodate up to 3 persons, with 2 lower beds and 1 single sofa bed, bathroom with jet tub or shower, telephone, hair dryer, safety deposit box, TV, panoramic window, refrigerated mini bar and balcony.
Penthouse Suite at deck 10, outside stateroom (~88 sqm), can accommodate up to 3 persons, with 1 double bed and 1 double sofa bed, bathroom with jacuzzi bathtub and shower, catering and dining area, telephone, hair dryer, safety deposit box, TV, refrigerated mini bar and large balcony.
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1. Guinness World Record in highlining
The record was set in 2019 by a team of seven athletes from Russia, Germany, France and Canada. They did it on September 8, on which the ‘Moscow-City Day’ is celebrated. The cord was stretched at the height of 350 m between the ‘OKO’ (“Eye”) and ‘Neva Towers’ skyscrapers. The distance between them is 245 m. The first of the athletes to cross was Friede Kuhne from Germany. The athletes didn't just walk, but also performed some daredevil tricks. Their record is 103 meters higher than the previous one set in Mexico City in December 2016.
2. Domination of Europe's top-10 highest skyscrapers
7 out of 10 Europe’s highest skyscrapers are located in Moscow-City. Earlier, the ‘Federation Tower’ complex’s ‘Vostok’ (“East”) skyscraper was the considered the tallest in Europe.
Left to right: the lower of the ‘Neva Towers’ (296 m), Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt (300 m), Gorod Stolits (“City of Capitals”) Moscow tower (302 m), Eurasia tower (309 m), The Shard’ skyscraper in London (310 m), Mercury City Tower (339 m), Neva Towers (345 m).
However, in 2018, the construction of the 462 meter tall ‘Lakhta Center’ in Saint-Petersburg was completed, pushing ‘Vostok’ (374 m) into 2nd place. The 3rd place is taken by OKO’s southern tower (354 m).
3. The unrealized ‘Rossiya’ tower
If all the building plans of Moscow-City were realized, the ‘Lakhta Center’ in St. Petersburg wouldn't have a chance to be Europe's highest skyscraper. Boris Tkhor, the architect who designed the concept of Moscow-City, had planned for the ‘Rossiya’ tower to be the tallest. In his project, it was a 600 meter tall golden cylindrical skyscraper ending with a spire that was inspired by traditional Russian bell towers. Then, the project was reinvented by famous British architect Sir Norman Foster. He had designed ‘Rossiya’ as a pyramid ending with a spire. The skyscraper itself would have been 612 meters tall, and the height including the spire would have reached 744,5 meters (for comparison, the ‘Burj Khalifa’ in Dubai, UAE, would have been just 83,5 meters taller). Unfortunately, the investors faced a lot of economic problems, due to the 2008 financial crisis, so the ‘Rossiya’ skyscraper was never built. A shopping mall and the ‘Neva Towers’ complex was constructed at its place in 2019.
4. Changed appearance of ‘Federation Tower’
In its first project, the ‘Federation Tower’ was designed to resemble a ship with a mast and two sails. The mast was to be represented by a tall glass spire with passages between the towers. It was planned to make a high-speed lift in it. The top of the spire was going to be turned into an observation deck. But the ship lost its mast in the middle of its construction. Experts at the Moscow-city Museum based in the ‘Imperia’ (“Empire”) tower say, that the construction of the spire was stopped, firstly, due to fire safety reasons and secondly, because it posed a threat to helicopter flights – the flickering glass of the spire could potentially blind the pilots. So, the half-built construction was disassembled. However, an observation deck was opened in the ‘Vostok’ tower.
5. Open windows of ‘Federation Tower’
We all know that the windows of the upper floors in different buildings don’t usually open. Experts say that it’s not actually for people’s safety. Falling from a big height is likely to be fatal in any building. The actual reason is the ventilation system. In a skyscraper, it’s managed with a mechanical system, and the building has its own climate. But in the ‘Zapad’ (“West”) tower of the ‘Federation Tower’ complex, the windows can open. The 62nd and last floor of the tower are taken up by a restaurant called ‘Sixty’. There, the windows are equipped with a special hydraulic system. They open for a short period of time accompanied by classical music, so the guests can take breathtaking photos of Moscow.
6. Broken glass units of ‘Federation Tower’
The guests of the ‘Sixty’ restaurant at the top of the ‘Zapad’ tower can be surprised to see cracked glass window panes. It is particularly strange, if we take into consideration the special type of this glass. It is extremely solid and can’t be broken once installed. For example, during experiments people threw all sorts of heavy items at the windows, but the glass wouldn’t break. The broken glass units of ‘Zapad’ were already damaged during shipment . As each of them is curved in its own way to make the tower’s curvature smooth, making a new set of window panes and bringing them to Russia was deemed too expensive . Moreover, the investors had financial problems (again, due to the 2008 financial crisis), so the ‘Vostok’ tower even stood unfinished for several years. Eventually, the cracked window panes were installed in their place.
7. The highest restaurant in Europe
‘Birds’, another restaurant in Moscow-City, is remarkable for its location. It was opened at the end of 2019 on the 84th floor of the ‘OKO’ complex’s southern tower. Guests at the restaurant can enjoy an amazing panoramic view at a height of 336 meters. On January 28, the experts of ‘Kniga Recordov Rossii’ (“Russian Records Book”) declared ‘Birds’ the highest restaurant in Europe, a step toward an application for a Guinness World Record.
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Light up your stay with the ruby-golden glow of Red Square’s iconic sites. Relax in generously sized guest rooms and suites, with many one-of-a kind layouts created by the unique design of the landmark building. Many accommodations – from Kremlin Grand Premier Rooms to Specialty Suites – offer step-out balconies and feature floor-to-ceiling windows for abundant natural light.
Among the largest guest rooms in Moscow, these upper-floor urban sanctuaries feature spacious marble bathrooms and walk-in closets.
Unwind in this elegant room's sitting area as you look out to the State Duma, or view it outside from your balcony, available in select rooms.
Grand Premier room
Take advantage of the spacious living area and savour precious moments of comfort and relaxation as you look out over the city centre.
Kremlin Grand Premier room
Unwind in your living area, or on your balcony as you overlook the Kremlin, Alexander Gardens and Manezhnaya Square.
Four Seasons suite
An open-concept design lets you transition seamlessly from entertaining, to work, to sleep, with views of Moscow's iconic attractions along the way.
Four Seasons Executive suite
With dedicated living and working spaces, plus a powder room for guests, these suites are ideal for for business travellers and those seeking extra space in which to entertain.
Conduct meetings in the living area, invite guests to dinner or soak up iconic Moscow views in these sleek suites ideal for longer stays.
Ideal for family stays or business visits, these spacious corner suites offer a vast living and dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows and the best views of Red Square and the Kremlin.
Sit down to a meal with family or friends in your dining area, or enjoy a moment to yourself on your private balcony. These one-bedroom suites serve as a comfortable home base during your stay in Moscow.
Grand Premier suite
Looking out over the rainbow-coloured domes of St. Basil's Cathedral (among other iconic city sites), these suites are an entertainer's dream with an impressive foyer, a dining area for eight and a spacious living room.
Make yourself at home in these apartment-style suites, offering expansive views of Red Square and its neighbouring landmarks.
Royal North suite
It's easy to settle into these expansive suites, complete with a lounge-style living room, a dining area for 10, a private sauna and a vast terrace overlooking the vibrant centre of Moscow and equalling the size of your indoor space.
Royal South suite
Raise a glass to breathtaking views of Red Square and the Kremlin from your terrace, or sit down to a private dinner in your dining room. Our seventh-floor suite is ideal for upscale entertaining.
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On September 2, 2023 the Celestyal Journey will take to the seas for the first time as the newest member of our fleet following an extensive $20m upgrade and we just can’t wait to share her with you. To us, this is so much more than a new ship. It’s all about offering more of what we know our guests will love.
The Celestyal Journey will open its fabulous doors just in time to catch the late summer sun and will include: 149 Balconies – over 28 magical Suites – 120 Junior Suites – and a stunning Penthouse Suite to journey in style. There will be a far bigger range of dining options, featuring 7 separate venues – with an amazing Chef’s Table – and 8 themed bars where we’ll expand our range of beverages, including our exclusive Signature Cocktails.
The Celestyal Journey holds true to what we know works well for our guests. We’ve never been fans of big is best, and the Celestyal Journey continues our philosophy that mid-sized ships are the perfect way to discover the incredible experiences this special region has to offer by visiting all the amazing destinations that the larger vessels can’t.
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