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Inspired by “the casually chic atmosphere of a European marketplace,” the Oceanview Cafe was designed by New York-based “starchitect” Adam Tihany, Decoratively, it is a sophisticated space with warm colors, offset by clean, stark surfaces and a wide expanse of windows.
“Earth, Air, Light and Water” is the driving theme behind the ship’s design and decor.
The Solstice’s trendsetting and unique profile was designed by Martin Francis of Francis Design, a renowned architect of sailing and motor yachts.
Celebrity Solstice bears an “X” on its forward funnel and another in the glass of its balconies.
“X” is the Greek symbol for “Ch," which stands for Chandris, the family-owned passenger shipping line that formed Celebrity Cruises in 1988. The 2008-built Solstice and its sisters are the product of the highly acclaimed Meyer Werft shipyard of Papenburg, Germany.
A vastly skilled team, selected and supervised by parent company Royal Caribbean, is responsible for giving the Solstice its cutting-edge style.
This is a view facing up towards the skylight in the ship’s vast Atrium.
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Japanese lanterns and slatted screens give it a hip, almost sushi bar sensibility, courtesy of designers Wilson, Butler and Associates.