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Deck Layouts, Public Venues, Stateroom Information
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These are the newest deck plans for Celebrity Beyond Deck 4 deck. Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Celebrity Beyond Deck 4 deck. Just move your mouse over any stateroom and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos.
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CosmopolitanDining Room serving foods from around the world. Seats 346. Serves Breakfast, Lunch (on Sea Days) and Dinner. Features a walk-through wine display and offers favorite dishes prepared in exciting ways.
CyprusMediterranean Style Dining. Seats 342 and serves Breakfast, Lunch (on sea days) and dinner. Represents Celebrity's Greek heritage designed by Patricia Urquiola with the main focus on seafood and features simple, clean dishes that celebrate the food and beverages in the Mediterranean region.
Le Grand BistroFrench bistros style dining at a coverage charge ($10 for breakfast, $20 for lunch and $25 for dinner). Seats 72 inside and 18 on the terrace. The ambience changes from morning to evening and you can eat along a planter-edged sidewalk or the inner cafe with with views of the sea.
Eden RestaurantContemporary Fine Dining for 100 guests at a coverage charge of $65 per person. Features a open air kitchen and sensory and experiential dishes inspired by nature.
Oculus TheaterThree level high main theater where the stage extends into the audience. A duo-directional rotating platform rasises almost 7 feet above the stage. There are also two rotating staircases, 10 synchronized panoramic screens, 16 video mapping laser projectors, aerial performance rigging.
The ClubSpace spanning two floors used for various activities during the day including Laser Maze, Drone Huning and Racing, Retro Gaming and interactive game shows. In the evening the venue hosts talk shows, game shows, live music and DJ played music.
Meeting PlaceLarge conference room used for meetings and other functions.
Celebrity ShopsShops located midship starboard side of deck 4.
CasinoCasino with slots and tables games.
Cafe Al BacioThe ship's coffee shop with its comfortable furniture and warm atmosphere making it the ideal place to relax during the day or call in during the evening for a cocktail and dessert.
Photo GalleryPhoto Gallery displaying photos taken by ships photographers. Photos for sale.
Le VoyageSpecialty Restaurant by Chef Daniel Boulud serving Global Cuisine nightly
Craft Social BarBar next to Casino
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The cruise line separates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Celebrity uses a number to define categories. The lower the number the more desirable the category. Interior cabins are numbered 9 to 12. Oceanview cabins are numbered 4 to 8. Veranda staterooms are numbered 1 to 2, but have a letter after the number to further break down the category. The closer the letter is to the beginning of the alphabet, the more desirable the cabin. Therefore a 1A balcony is more desired than a 1C. The only exception is that aft facing balconies are the most desired and have the code SV standing for Sunset Verandah.
Family Verandahs are coded FV. Concierge cabins begin with the letter C followed by a number. Aquaclass cabins begin with the letter A followed by a number. Sky Suites begin with the letter S followed by a number. Celebrity Suite is coded CS. Royal Suite is coded RS. Penthouse Suite is coded PS.