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Celebrity extends key perks to all Suite Class guests

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From Dec. 16 aboard Celebrity Solstice, Sky Suite travelers will get access to the exclusive Michael's Club
Starting next month butler service, an exclusive restaurant, Luminae, and a private lounge with concierge are among the new Suite Class perks for those booking Celebrity Cruises' top accommodations.

Plus, beginning in January there will be new Bvlgari bath amenities and a selection of 'Delectable Delights' created by Celebrity’s Michelin-star chef Cornelius Gallagher delivered daily. And select suites will receive a bottle of Perrier-Jouët Champagne on embarkation day.

Also, from Dec. 16 aboard Celebrity Solstice, Sky Suite guests will join the rest of Suite Class with access to Michael’s Club, the exclusive lounge that offers complimentary cocktails, appetizers and a dedicated concierge.

The first of the Michael's Club concierges recently earned the Golden Key award from Les Clefs d’Or Austria, the international network of service professionals. Every Michael’s Club concierge in Celebrity’s fleet will work toward gaining Golden Key awards throughout 2016.

'Suite Class is the epitome of our modern luxury vacation experience, and now, it’s even more lavish,' said Celebrity's Brian Abel, vp hotel operations. He added Celebrity is the only premium brand that gives all suite guests—regardless of category—not only a butler but also a private restaurant and an exclusive lounge with a dedicated concierge.

Starting Monday, travelers who book a suite on select cruises departing January 2016 through April 2017 will receive four free perks: a premium beverage package, unlimited Internet, $150 to spend on board and prepaid gratuities.

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