The 11-year-old Celebrity Constellation was the first of Celebrity Cruises’ four older Millennium Class ships to undergo a top-to-bottom overhaul to make it more like the line’s newer Solstice Class ships, a process the line called “Solsticizing.” Originally unveiled on May 12, 2002, the 91,000 ton, 2,034 passenger Celebrity Constellation was in dry dock for 15 days in 2010 to receive its “Solsticizing” makeover. Among Solstice Class features added to the ship: A Tuscan Grille steakhouse; Bistro on Five creperie; ice-topped Martini Bar; Café al Bacio coffee house; and Cellarmasters wine bar. The Seaside Café on the back of the ship. The back of the ship also is home to a pool and whirlpool. The Celebrity Constellation’s adults-only Solarium offers a lap pool, waterfalls and thickly padded lounge chairs. An iconic area of the Constellation that remains after its 2010 makeover is the Grand Foyer, which features an onyx staircase, marble floors and the first panoramic ocean-view glass elevators at sea. The Emporium shopping area. Added during the overhaul, Café al Bacio is a centrally-located, European-style coffee house that serves specialty coffees, liqueurs and freshly baked pastries. Also added in 2010, the ship’s new Gelateria dishes Italian ices and gelati in the afternoon and evenings. The new Bistro on Five creperie offers a mix of sandwiches, salads, crepes and desserts in a casual atmosphere. The most spacious lodging option on the Celebrity Constellation is the 1,432 square-foot Penthouse Suite, which includes a separate dining and living room; foyer; baby grand piano; butler’s pantry; motorized draperies, lights and security system; two interactive audio/visual entertainment systems with televisions, DVDs, and VCRs; music center; Internet station and a 1,098 square-foot balcony area with its own whirlpool. The bedroom in the Penthouse Suite features two beds that convert into a queen-size bed and an extra dressing room with vanity The bathroom in the Penthouse Suite has a whirlpool tub and separate shower. A step down from the Penthouse is the Royal Suite, which measures 538 square feet, not including a 195-square-foot balcony area. The suite features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors; separate living room with dining and sitting area; two entertainment centers with plasma-screen televisions and VCR or DVD player; and an Internet station. The bedroom of the Royal Suite includes a walk-in closet. A large bathroom is attached to the bedroom of the Royal Suite and includes a tub with whirlpool jets and a stall shower. Slightly smaller than a Royal Suite are the Celebrity Suites, which measure 467 square feet. Each of the suites features floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows; a separate living room with dining and sitting areas; two entertainment centers with televisions and VCR or DVD player; a music center; and an Internet station. The bedrooms in Celebrity Suites include walk-in closets with vanity tables. The bathrooms in Celebrity Suites include a tub with whirlpool jets and a glass-enclosed sitting area. As with other suites, passengers staying in the Celebrity Suites receive European-style butler service, including assistance with unpacking and packing; in-suite lunch and dinner service; and in-suite afternoon tea service. The 251-square-foot Sky Suites feature floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors; two beds that convert into a queen-size bed; a sitting area; an entertainment center with television VCR and DVD player, a bath with a shower/tub combination and washbasin; and a balcony. The 271-square-foot Family Staterooms boast floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass doors; a sitting area with a sofa convertible into a trundle bed; a privacy partition; a 32-inch LCD television; and a balcony. The bedroom area of a Family Stateroom. The 191-square-foot Concierge Class Staterooms come with priority check-in; early embarkation & debarkation; special welcome amenities including sparkling wine, fresh fruit and flowers; main and specialty restaurant seating preferences; an expanded room service breakfast menu; and other perks. One of the most common types of cabins on the ship is the Oceanview Stateroom, which measures 170 square feet. One of the Constellation’s inside cabins, which also measure 170 square feet. The Constellation’s main eatery is the San Marco Restaurant, which spans two levels and overlooks the back of the ship. The new Tuscan Grille, added during the ship’s 2010 makeover, is a contemporary Italian-themed steakhouse serving pastas, seafood, steaks and salads. Ocean Liners, a specialty restaurant that evokes the grand days of trans-Atlantic cruising with décor that pays homage to the historic Ile de France ocean liner. The new Martini Bar, also added in 2010, is designed with an ice-covered bar area. Inspired by the vineyards of Napa Valley, Cellarmasters is a wine bar that features a state-of-the-art, wine-preserving “Enomatics” wine-serving system. The Reflections Lounge on Deck 11, revamped with new décor in 2010, offers panoramic views out to the ocean. The Rendez-Vous Lounge, a nightspot that includes a dance floor and plush seating. Michael’s Club, a signature lounge with a clubby feel on Celebrity ships. The Constellation’s AquaSpa offers a wide range of treatments including Thalassotherapy seawater baths and Rasul body care that features medicinal muds and an herbal steambath. Celebrity Theater offers Broadway-style productions every voyage including cabaret-style shows.