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Celebrity Infinity Review

2019 Best for Dining
2017 Best for Entertainment
2017 Best for Entertainment
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Find a Celebrity Infinity Cruise from A$431

Celebrity Infinity
4.0 / 5.0
1650 reviews

Indoor solarium and pool ideal in bad weather.
Ship appears tired in decor; many dining options carry extra fee.
Bottom Line
A comfortable ship with excellent outdoor spaces and a choice of cabins and dining.




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Shore Excursions
Sails To
Bahamas, Western Caribbean, Eastern Mediterranean, Eastern Caribbean
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Chris Gray Faust
Cruise Critic Managing Editor

Celebrity Infinity Overview

The 90,940-ton, 2,170-passenger Celebrity Infinity is one of Celebrity Cruises' four vessels known as Millennium-class. That means they have some of the line's signature features -- lots of specialty restaurants, a Canyon Ranch spa, a gorgeous indoor Solarium and a variety of cabin classes. But it also means the ship is older and there are places where it seems tired. That should change in late 2020, when Celebrity Infinity receives a "Revolution" makeover, a complete renovation that will modernize restaurants and update all cabins and public areas to look more like a boutique hotel. 

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For now, fans of Celebrity and those new to the line will appreciate the focus on dining. Although the ship is older, it has continually added restaurants so there is a wide variety -- but many come with an extra fee. You can watch an animated chef make dinner during the Le Petit Chef experience at Qsine, enjoy sushi and go to an Italian steakhouse, but you'll pay for those. The good news is that the included dining in the Oceanview Cafe buffet, the pool grill and the Trellis main dining room is decent, with lots of choices (although it's not gourmet). Passengers in AquaClass have their own restaurant, Blu, and suite passengers can dine in Luminae, which is a notch up from the main dining room in both food and service.

Sun worshippers also will be very happy on Celebrity Infinity. Two pools are outdoors: One is tiered -- so you can get your feet wet and cool off without getting all the way in -- while the other is deeper. Then there's the enclosed Solarium, which has a jetted thalassotherapy pool and a roof so you can enjoy it even when it rains. Finally, the Outdoor Retreat has covered cabanas and a big screen for movie nights. And an upper outdoor sun deck toward the front of the ship has plenty of loungers.

While Celebrity rarely has the party vibe of sister company Royal Caribbean, there are plenty of options for cocktail connoisseurs. With a prime location overlooking the Grand Foyer, the shaved-ice-covered Martini Bar is almost always crowded. Additionally, wine-lovers will gravitate to Cellar Masters. 

That being said, Celebrity Infinity is not a ship for high-octane partying and crazy outdoor activities (water slides, surfing, ropes courses). Unless you're on a charter -- this is the ship that the line often uses for theme cruises -- Celebrity Infinity is a ship for people who like to linger over dinner, sip a drink in a comfy lounge while listening to music (or doing a bit of ballroom dancing), take in a show or lounge by a pool.


Included with your cruise fare:

  • Meals taken in the main dining room and Oceanview Cafe buffet, as well as snacks at the Spa Cafe; also room service
  • Meals in Luminae for suite guests only and meals in Blu for Aqua Class cabin guests only
  • All theater production shows and most entertainment options
  • Daily activities unless noted
  • Fitness center use (excluding most organized classes)
  • Gratuities (only for guests from Australia or New Zealand who booked and paid for their cruise in AU and NZ dollars)

Not included with your cruise fare:

  • Daily gratuities ($15.50 per person, per day for standard cabins; $16 per person, per day for Concierge and AquaClass cabins; $19 per person, per day for suites)
  • Beverages except water, tea (including iced tea), coffee and select juices from the buffet
  • Most specialty dining
  • Canyon Ranch Spa services and treatments and most fitness classes in the gym
  • Use of the Persian Garden Thermal Suite (except for guests staying in AquaClass staterooms, for whom entry is complimentary)
  • Automatic gratuities of 20 percent for all beverage, mini-bar, spa and salon purchases
  • Activities including wine tastings, bingo, onboard art auctions, select theme parties and casino gaming
  • Shore tours
  • Internet access and packages
  • Photos, artwork and retail shop purchases

Top Celebrity Infinity Itineraries

Celebrity Infinity
12 night turkey & best of greek islands

Venice, Corfu, Santorini, Kusadasi, Mykonos, Hydra, Athens (Piraeus), Argostoli (Kefalonia), Venice

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Fellow Passengers

Celebrity Infinity passengers tend to be adults, ages 45 and older, who have outgrown the party-hearty scene (on charters, the demographic can change dramatically). On shorter cruises, expect more families, particularly during the summer and winter holidays. The line is popular with both North Americans and Brits but also can draw a regional international crowd, depending on the sailing.

Celebrity Infinity Dress Code

Daytime: During the day, dress is resort casual.

Evening: Celebrity passengers tend to dress up for dinner -- typically button-down or dressy Tommy Bahama-type sport shirts and slacks for men and dresses or smart-casual pants for women. Formal night on Celebrity has been replaced by "evening chic" in the main dining room. This means that men can ditch the full suit and tie in favor of a sport coat and collared shirt, with designer jeans. Women can wear cocktail dresses, sundresses or designer jeans or nice pants.

Not permitted: T-shirts, swimsuits, robes, tank tops, caps and pool wear are not allowed in the main or specialty restaurants at any time. Shorts and flip-flops are not allowed during evening hours.

For more information, visit Cruise Line Dress Codes: Celebrity Cruises.

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Celebrity Infinity Ratings

Public Rooms4.04.2
Fitness Recreation4.03.9
Value For Money4.03.7

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Where does Celebrity Infinity sail from?

Celebrity Infinity departs from Miami, Lisbon, Barcelona, Rome, Civitavecchia and Venice

How much does it cost to go on Celebrity Infinity?

Cruises on Celebrity Infinity start from A$431 per person.

Is Celebrity Infinity a good ship to cruise on?

Celebrity Infinity won 20 awards over the years, including Best for Dining in 2019.

Awards and Recognition

Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice

  • 2019 Best for Dining
  • 2017 Best for Entertainment
  • 2017 Best for Entertainment
  • 2017 Best for Shore Excursions
  • 2014 Best Overall
  • 2014 Best for Cabins
  • 2014 Best for Cabins
  • 2014 Best for Dining
  • 2014 Best for Embarkation
  • 2014 Best for Entertainment
  • 2014 Best for Fitness
  • 2014 Best for Fitness
  • 2014 Best for Public Rooms
  • 2014 Best for Public Rooms
  • 2014 Best for Value
  • 2013 Best for Cabins
  • 2013 Best for Entertainment
  • 2013 Best for Fitness
  • 2013 Best for Public Rooms
  • 2013 Best for Shore Excursions
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Celebrity Infinity Member Reviews

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Out of Towners
Sail Date: Feb 2020
Celebrity definitely yes. Infinity, not sure.... Read More
Celebrity Infinity
Sail Date: Oct 2019
We want to thank the staff of Celebrity Infinity for a job well done.... Read More
Celebrity Infinity
Sail Date: Feb 2020
But there were some issues that shouldn't have happened on any Celebrity cruise no matter what the length. Pros - Infinity is due to be revolutionized this year.... Read More
Celebrity Infinity
Sail Date: Sep 2019
It was the itinerary that brought us to Infinity. I have sailed two other Celebrity ships the Summit and Equinox. Sadly the Infinity is not the equal of her sister ships.... Read More

Celebrity Cruises Fleet

Celebrity Millennium
4.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating

1714 reviews

An eclectic mid-sized ship, which carries near 2,100 passengers; offers Celebrity Life’s enrichment programs, guest entertainers and late night dancing.

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Celebrity Infinity
4.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating

Contemporary and elegant vibe; features include an ice-topped bar, self-service wine venue, gourmet dining, solarium, spa and indoor pool.

Celebrity Summit

Sophisticated vibe with gourmet dining options, a suites-only restaurant and lounge and a spa partnership with Canyon Ranch; fewer than 3,000 passengers.

Celebrity Constellation

Affectionately known as "Connie," 2,034-passenger Celebrity Constellation debuted in 2002 and, over the years, has developed a host of admirers and repeat cruisers.

Celebrity Xpedition

48 passengers; sails year-round in the Galapagos and features several onboard naturalists, active excursions and upscale amenities like a spa and hot tubs.

Celebrity Solstice
5.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating

An sophisticated ship transporting 2,850 passengers in style with open-air movies and cabanas at the Lawn Club, great restaurants and a Canyon Ranch spa.

Celebrity Equinox
4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating

Chic atmosphere featuring grassy Lawn Club with Corning Museum glass blowing shows, gourmet dining options and spa cabins and cuisine.

Celebrity Eclipse
4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating

Caters to the chic city slicker with a Lawn Club, Apple computer classes and bars specializing in everything from martinis to cocktails to craft beer.

Celebrity Silhouette

Cultured vibe; features the country club-style Lawn Club with extra-fee Hamptons-inspired The Porch, suites-only restaurant and multimillion-dollar art collection.

Celebrity Reflection

Sophisticated vibe; attractions include the country club-style Lawn Club, the Martini Bar, suites only restaurants and multimillion dollar art collection.

Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Edge is Celebrity's edgiest ships featuring the revolutionary Magic Carpet, a tennis-court sized moveable deck, and rooms that convert from inside to outside with the touch of a button. 

Celebrity Apex

Celebrity Apex is the second of four new cruise ships that will debut under Celebrity's Edge Class moniker. Beyond will launch in 2020.

Celebrity Xploration

Part of Celebrity Cruises' Galapagos Islands fleet; launched in 2017 and left fleet in 2019.

Celebrity Beyond

The third of four new Edge Class ships will launch in Fall 2021 and will feature several innovations debuted by Celebrity Edge.

Celebrity Edge IV

The fourth and final of Celebrity's Edge class cruise ships will launch in spring 2022 and will feature "infinite" balconies and a moveable deck.

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