Review of Celebrity Silhouette deck 4 (Promenade-Casino)
Celebrity Theater (balcony level 2 of 3)
Quasar Disco & Nightclub (DJ program, also hosts daily console video games tournaments)
The Entertainment Court (nightly live performances by musicians and singers, cabaret acts, dance parties; has Tennis Tables).
The Entertainment Court Bar is a brand new cocktail quick-stop spot (added during 2020 refurbishment).
Celebrity Central (200 seats show lounge with a huge screen for movies, a stage for comedy shows, musical performances; also hosts classes, lectures, games)
Future Cruise Vacations (Celebrity Destinations) is the ship’s Future Cruise Sales office for onboard next cruise booking at discounted rates.
Boulevard Shops (Atrium duty-free shops) – Serendipity (original destination-themed merchandise- food, clothes, accessories, crafts), Silhouette (Celebrity Cruises-logoed merchandise and souvenirs), Spirits And Such (alcohol, tobaccos, sundries)
Fortunes Casino is the ship’s Vegas-style gambling casino lounge (age limit 21 yo, smoking not allowed) served by its own bar. The Silhouette’s Casino has gambling tables (Blackjack, Single Deck Blackjack, Roulette, 3-Card Poker, Craps, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em, Electronic Lightning Poker /Texas Hold ‘Em, Lotto) and 276 slot machines (player tracking). By request are available Baccarat and Let It Ride. The Casino opens at 9 am and is closed while the ship is docked in ports of call. Occasionally, the Casino hosts gambling (Slot or Blackjack) tournaments. Cash prizes are for the leading 6 players ($15000, $5000, $2500, $1500, $1000, and for the 6th – $150 /in free play or promo chips). Age limit for the gambling tournaments is 21+ yo. Blue Chip Club members accumulate points (according to the money spent in the casino) and receive various perks (incl free casino drinks, cocktail party invitations, even free Celebrity cruises). During tournaments, they receive either a complimentary round or
Crush Bar (caviar, best Vodka selection, and cocktails; with a 12-seats table filled in the middle with ice cubes)
Craft Social (former Cellar Masters, open between 12 noon – 12 midnight) is a new dining offering featuring comfort food favourites, HDTVs, and leather seating, along with over 40 craft beers, wine, and cocktails on tap. The former Cellar Masters Wine Bar had self-serve Enomatic wine dispensers (wine tasting system, $25 per card), comfortable seating, a long table (for themed events), knowledgeable bartender, an impressive selection of wines by the glass, premium beers. Sommelier consultations are available during the scheduled wine tasting events in the evenings. Tapas and antipasti are served between 5 pm – 12 midnight.
Martini Bar (specialty cocktails bar with a frosted main bar, Martini tastings)
Grand Cuvee Dining Room (upper level 2 of 2) serves “My Time Dining” (open-seating dinner between 6 – 9:30 pm) and Lunch (on seadays only- between 12-noon and 1:30 pm).
Grand Cuvee Restaurant (aft-location, capacity 1428 seats) is the ship’s Main Dining Room (MDR). The restaurant is complimentary and on 2 levels (connected via double staircase). It features floor-ceiling windows and 2-story high wine tower with glass walls (tall ladders are used for reaching bottles at its highest levels). Grand Cuvee dining room serves open-seating Breakfast (7 – 9 am, deck 3 level), open-seating Lunch (on seadays only- between 12 noon and 1:30 pm, on Deck 4 /upper level), open-seating Afternoon Tea (4-5 pm) and Dinner (with 2 assigned seatings- early at 6 pm and late at 8:30 pm). “My Time Dining” (6 – 9:30 pm open-seating dinner) is available on deck 4 (upper level).
Main Dining Room menus offer – Breakfast (made-to-order eggs and omelets, poached egg bar, sausages, bacon, fruits, breads, cheeses, cereals, yoghurt, pastries, waffles-pancakes station), Lunch (hamburgers, panini sandwiches, pizza, pasta bar, soups, salad bar, carving station, fried chicken, fish & chips, pies, themed cuisine -Indian, Italian, Chinese), Afternoon Tea (served with scones and mini sandwiches) and 4-course Dinner (appetizers, soups-salads, entrees, desserts-cheeses). Among the dinner menu items are pasta, pizza, seafood (shrimp cocktail, grilled-poached-broiled salmon, seared ahi tuna, lobster bisque), poultry (grilled chicken, duck, Cornish hen, pheasant), red meat (NY strip steak, prime rib, lamb chops), escargot, vegetarian dishes, chocolate cake, cheesecake, apple pie, creme brulee. Also available are gluten-dairy-lactose-sugar-free items and daily specials (based on cruise itinerary / ports of call). MDR also has carving station, curry station, grill station (hamburgers, hot dogs), made-to-order stir-fries station. At Dinner is offered Sommelier Recommends (separate menu section) suggesting wine pairing (red and white wines by glass or bottle with listed prices). For passengers bringing their own wine in the MDR there’s $25 corkage fee (per bottle). Dinner reservations by day can be made in advance (online). The MDR is closed for lunch on portdays (both levels). Note: Depending on cruise itinerary (ports arrival times), MDR times may slightly vary.