Review of Celebrity Edge deck 3 (Dining)
- The fore-located Theater (lower level 1 of 3) is fleet's most technologically advanced show lounge with 7 stage areas (3 large and 4 smaller). Here are held fleet's largest number of production shows, with the largest number of performing crew on any premium-brand ship. Theater's main stage is extending (into the audience) and flanked by two directional rotating platforms raising over 2 m (7 ft) above main stage. Lounge's design and technology also features 2 rotating spiral staircases, 10 synchronized (mobile) projection screens, 16 video mapping laser projectors, rigging for aerial performances. Ship's Theatre offers 5 new full shows, including Shakespeare-based "A Hot Summer Night’s Dream" (with acrobatics), "The Jewelry Box" (technological), "Kaleidoscope" (high-energy music and dance), and 2 new "Headline Residency" program-based shows – "Get Up" (pop concert by Black Skull Creative) and "The Purpose" (celebrating the inner self).
- Camp at Sea is ship's youth program, with more than 500 activities such as Celebrity Cruises' first youth coding class at sea. Celebrity Edge has 2 separate spaces, one for kids and one for teens.
- Grand Plaza with Grand Plaza Cafe (level 1 of 3)
- The Martini Bar
- Guest Relations & Shore Excursions
- Tuscan Restaurant is a complimentary MDR (Main Dining Room, 1 of the ship's all 4 MDRs) serving fresh-made pasta and other Italian fares. Restaurant's menu is inspired by Celebrity Cruises' signature Tuscan Grille (Italian specialty restaurant).
- Normandie Restaurant is a complimentary MDR which menu is inspired by Celebrity Cruises' signature Murano (French specialty restaurant). The menu includes contemporary French cuisine with some dishes from Murano's menu. The restaurant's decor features authentic panels from the original ocean liner SS Normandie which were previously displayed on the Celebrity Summit ship.
- Cruise cabins from 3100 to 3202, all of which are Oceanview staterooms (categories 7 and 8).
The Grand Plaza serves as ship's epicenter (midship location) spanning 3 decks. The venue mixes modernity and simplicity and was inspired by the charming era of Transatlantic ocean liners.
The unique space has a striking lighting feature - The Chandelier, an art installation rising over Martini Bar to the ceiling 3 decks above. It is composed of 5 levels and a total of 765 blades illuminated via dynamic LED strips changing their colours from day to night, The Chandelier weighs 7 tons.
The Grand Plaza houses many of liner's new specialty restaurants, including Fine Cut Steakhouse and Raw on 5 (Deck 5) Le Grand Bistro and Cafe al Bacio (Deck 4), Grand Plaza Cafe (Deck 3), Italian piazzas. At its center (Deck 3) is Martini Bar. Adorning the edges of Grand Plaza are hand-stitched mesh screens that combine over 13,500 art pieces made of leather, fabric and metal.
Grand Plaza's cafes are the perfect choice for "coffee breaks" - from morning cappuccino to afternoon tea and pre-dinner cocktails - while enjoying live entertainment. In the evenings, Grand Plaza transforms into ship's social hub with live music performances.
Le Grand Bistro (Le Petite Chef)
During the day, "Le Grand Bistro" (Atrium-located dining area/cafeteria on Deck 4) serves French cuisine. In the evenings, Le Grand Bistro transforms into "Le Petite Chef" - new dining-entertainment concept via exclusive partnership with TableMation Studios (US multimedia company) and Skullmapping (2010-founded collective of filmmakers and visual artists). Dinner experience features animated 3D characters appearing on the tables and on plates. Le Grand Bistro dining is at surcharge (costs USD 50 per person).