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These are the newest deck plans for Celebrity Silhouette Entertainment deck. Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Celebrity Silhouette Entertainment 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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Silhouette TheaterHome to production shows, visiting entertainers and musical performances at night whilst during the days activities such as cooking demonstrations take place. Capacity is 1115 seats, 3 levels.
Galleria BoutiquesFeature luxury item shops selling items ranging from top end fashion and exclusive jewelry to designer watches and sunglasses.
Sushi on FiveFreshly prepared items include the finest sashimi, hand-rolled sushi, and other Japanese favorites. Try the fresh wasabi. You can pair your fare with imported and artisanal beers, premium and specialty sakes, and innovative cocktails crafted exclusively here.
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. Seats 54 people.
GelateriaFlavors range from vanilla, hazelnut and pistachio to fresh sorbets and are available either in home made waffle cones or cups.
Ensemble LoungeThe gateway to the ship's four specialty restaurants with its "dressed for dinner" gathering, is the ideal place for a drink before or after dining featuring live musical entertainment.
MuranoOne of the ship's four specialty reservation only additional charge restaurants with seating for 72 guests and serving classic French dishes with a contemporary twist.
Michaels ClubA private lounge for those in Celebrity, Signature, Royal, Penthouse and Reflection Suites, as well as for Captain's Club Zenith members. This luxurious club features a large-screen TV, reading areas stocked with magazines, newspapers, and books, plus a premium continental breakfast. Complimentary pre-dinner drinks and tapas are served 5-8 PM daily. Its dedicated Concierge can help arrange your specialty dining, shore excursions, even handle inquiries about various ports of call. Desk hours vary by itinerary. Michael's Club is available 24 hours a day.
BluOffering Mediterranean spa style cuisine, popular dishes incorporate clean, crisp, light flavors. Seats 130 people. Currently only serves AuaClass guests and Suite Guests (subject to availabilty).
QsineUsing the iPads provided, guests select their drinks and dishes from a menu serving a globally influenced blend of familiar and contemporary favorites with elements of surprise and served in non-traditional ways using boxes, shelves and other objects. Seats 72 people.
Tuscan GrilleCombines traditional Italian cuisine with American steakhouse dishes, with scenic views over the ship's wake and table-side service. Seats 130 people.
Galleria TastingsFood and wine tastings, art autions and fashion shows. Also includes the Molecular Bar (only for limited specialty cocktails) now called World Class Bar.
Photo GalleryPhoto shop and gallery displaying photos taken by the ships photographers. Also selling photo equipment and supplies.
Art GalleryDisplay of art for sale or auction.
PromenadeOutdoor promenade for lounging or boarding lifeboats.
Grand FoyerAtrium that spans mulitple decks. On first level you will find Passport Bar, Shore Excursions and Guest Relations with plenty of lounge chairs.
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The cruise line seperates 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.
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