Spanning Decks 4, 5 and 6 aft and measuring 368,640 cubic feet, bigger than New York City’s Hayden Planetarium, Eden melds gastronomic exploration with performance art and lush nature—all spiraled into one gasp-worthy space.
‘We thought we’d have some fun,’ Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and ceo, Celebrity Cruises, told Seatrade Cruise News. ‘It starts out as a chillful, beautiful, pure place. You can go in the morning and sit in a swing and hear a sitar. There’s alfresco dining on both sides. Then it starts transforming, getting a little more playful during the day. It will have pop-up entertainment, lectures, culinary and wine tastings. You can also get a great, quick, light lunch.’
After dark, though, ‘As in Eden, after Eve took a bite out of the apple, it got a bit sinful.’
Patrons can come for a set, five-course dinner or drinks. At the end of the night there will be a ‘surprise,