Celebrity Solstice is the lead ship of the Solstice-class of cruise ships operated by Celebrity Cruises. Built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, she was floated out on August 10, 2008, and christened by ocean scientist Professor Sharon L. Smith at a ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, on November 14, 2008. The first post-Panamax vessel in the Celebrity fleet, she features innovative interior design and onboard amenities, including an ocean-going live grass lawn, a glassblowing studio, and a 12 deck-high atrium.

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Slot Machines onboard Celebrity Solstice



Celebrity Solstice

Unimpressed & Disappointed!!!
The music was terrible, frank Sinatra all day every day.. Boring!! A band by the pool? Try mixing in a DJ to keep things lively a bit! The food was very basic! I was expecting better gourmet food, instead we got cafeteria level cuisine! Housekeeping doesn’t change your sheets regularly, I had a stained sheet on my bed for three days until I complained and only then did they change it!! Completely unacceptable! The casino barely paid out winnings, if a machine awards you 400 free games and the payout is only $85 that’s deplorable! Some machines paid out better than others, however most of them were paying out very stingy!!
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Celebrity Solstice

Poor Comp system and terrible pay table on video poker machines!
I spent more than $10,000 in the casino during my 7 day cruise. I only got $136 comp. And the pay table is terrible on all the video poker machines. Do not recommend this ship.
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