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Celebrity Cruises Unveils ‘Suite Class’ Restaurant in Dublin

Celebrity Cruises Unveils ‘Suite Class’ Restaurant in Dublin

Celebrity Cruises is synonymous with luxury and with fine dining and wines, so it was no surprise that the company chose one of Dublin’s fine dining restaurants, L’Ecrivain, to brief the  media on ‘Luminae’.

The Celebrity team of Lorraine Quinn,Jo Rzymowska, Claire Stirrup and Andrew Bolton were in Dublin to brief the trade and the media.

Celebrity team of Lorraine Quinn, Jo Rzymowska, Claire Stirrup and Andrew Bolton were in Dublin to brief the trade and media

The upmarket cruise line revealed details of its newly named ‘Suite Class’ restaurant, ‘Luminae’, and details about what guests who indulge in the premium brand’s Suite Class can expect from the exclusive dining experience. Luminae is being introduced onboard Celebrity Cruises’ modern luxury ships and guests dining at the brand’s first suite restaurant will enjoy warm hospitality, impeccable Celebrity Cruises service, and one-of-a-kind menus that are only available in Luminae.

Celebrity Eclipse interior photos.Moonlight Sonata, main dining room.

Celebrity Eclipse – Moonlight Sonata, main dining room

Jo Rzymowska, Associate Vice President & General Manager, UK & Ireland, said that Celebrity put a lot into investment research into passengers’ choice of destinations and they will continue to provide passengers with what they want. “Many of our passengers are actually cash rich but time poor, hence our focus on passengers’ preferences,” she said.

Celebrity Eclipse interior photos.The Library

Celebrity Eclipse – The Library

Celebrity Cruises won the award for ‘Best Cruise Company (5/6 Star)’ at the Irish Travel Trade Awards in November. Since 2014 the brand has operated with a dedicated team for both the UK and Ireland. Campaigns to support its profile and sales have included free flights from Dublin and the launch of its agent loyalty scheme, Celebrity Rewards, also in November.

Celebrity Eclipse interior photosA tree suspended above a lift atrium.

Celebrity Eclipse – Tree suspended above a lift atrium

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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