Settle in for seven days of luxurious cruising through the sea when you join the Celebrity Solstice from Los Angeles and back again.
This sailing is notable because you will only tour through rare ports such as Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. This route is a rare one for the Solstice.
We include all all meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes in the price, so that you can compare cruises easily. At less than $100 per day, this represents a great deal.
More than 2,800 guests can set sail on the highly-rated namesake of the Solstice class, based in Asia and Alaska.
The Solstice offers a minigolf course, a bowling lane, a gym, an outdoor movie theater, a spa, a casino, a solarium, a jacuzzi, and four pools.
This graph shows the price over time for every type of cabin. Since being listed ten months ago, The price of a stateroom on this cruise has varied between $552 and $1,352 including $153 in taxes and port fees.
|$99.43 per day||$127.57 per day||$156.14 per day||$421.57 per day|
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This sailing consists of three days at sea and three days in port. Highlights include visits to once-in-a-lifetime ports like Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.
|Sat, Apr 8||Los Angeles, CA||4:00pm|
|Sun, Apr 9||At Sea|
|Mon, Apr 10||Cabo San Lucas, Mexico||12:30pm||8:00pm|
|Tue, Apr 11||Mazatlan, Mexico||9:00am||5:00pm|
|Wed, Apr 12||Puerto Vallarta, Mexico||7:00am||4:00pm|
|Thu, Apr 13||At Sea|
|Fri, Apr 14||At Sea|
|Sat, Apr 15||Los Angeles, CA||6:00am|
The Solstice sails this route three times this year. The Navigator of the Seas, Eclipse, and Discovery also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.