Review of Celebrity Constellation deck 11 (Sunrise-Cabins)
The fore-located Reflections Lounge & Bar in an indoor lounge (bow location) with floor-ceiling windows (270-degree views), plenty of comfortable seating, full-service Bar (also offering handcrafted cocktails), large round-shaped dance floor, a stage (for live performances), grand piano. Reflections Lounge becomes a disco nightclub (with DJ programming) in the evenings.
Kids clubs categorized by age- Fun Factory (3-11 yo, babysitting services), Shipmates (3-5 yo), Cadets (6-8 yo), Ensigns (9-11 yo), with play areas and supervised age-appropriate activities, featuring arts-crafts, games, themed parties, scavenger hunts, movies, toys (also LeapFrog tablets interactive games)
X-Club (teen-only disco club and lounge area for children 12-17 yo, featuring video games, foosball tables, big TVs, juice bar, dance floor; supervised by counselors)
Video Games Arcade
Power Walking/Jogging Track (5 laps = 1 mi), Tennis Tables, Shuffleboard
Mast Bar (alfresco poolside burger bar for complimentary lunch)
Qsine (82 seats, midship-located where the Conservatory was) is a specialty restaurant (premium seafood and steakhouse) at surcharge per person ($45 pp fee). The Qsine restaurant is reservations-only and open for dinner only (between 6 – 10 pm). The dining experience features innovative decor (incl mismatched chairs), unique food presentation (incl whimsical plates), iPad menu ordering, square tables, floor-ceiling windows. The comfort food menu includes themed cuisine and traditional specialties, including tiger shrimp, lobster fritters, sushi lollipops, premium steaks (filet mignon, Kobe beef), make-yourself tacos (with guacamole), gourmet desserts (beignets, cheesecake bites, decorate-yourself cupcakes, gelato ice cream trio). The plates are shareable, with sizeable portions.
*** Qsine was transformed into the “Tuscan Grille” - a premium steakhouse restaurant (reservations-only, at surcharge $45 pp), open for dinner-only (between 6-10 pm). The gourmet cuisine is traditional Italian, featuring fresh (hand-made) pasta, Italian cheeses, USDA prime beef (dry-aged) steaks, charcuterie boards, salami and other traditional food specialties from Italy. Also available are a-la-carte menus with Italian cocktails (incl homemade limoncello) and an Italian wines list. The dining experience includes an open kitchen (Demonstration Kitchen, located in the restaurant’s near, also presenting live cooking shows) and the private dining room Wine Cellar. Among the signature menu items are antipasti (goat cheese, olives, marinated squash), pasta (ravioli, spaghetti, lasagne, lobster linguine), traditional sauces (Alfredo, Bolognese, Parmiggiana, Toscana), seafood (fried calamari), bruschetta, arugula salad, prime steaks (ribeye, veal chops, filet mignon), Macaroni and Cheese, gelato ice cream. Depending on the cruise itinerary, Tuscan Grille also opens for Lunch (usually on seadays, between 12-noon - 1:30 pm, at a $20 pp fee).
Cruise cabins from 1100 to 1141, all of which are aft-located and in types Interior (category 9) and Suites (category A1-Aqua Class).