The Celebrity Solstice is a beautiful ship. When you first see her sitting at her berth in Seattle, it takes your breathe away. Then you enter the terminal to go through a long and strenuous hour plus going through passport checks, security checks, signing in and photo for your card, then finally the long walk up and down to the the ship. I definitely can see where that would be a problem for those who are not in good health or walking condition. Upon arrival at the entrance you are off to your cabin.
The cabin was wonderful - large, airy with a sitting area and balcony. There was more than enough storage space for two people and our cabin attendant Lucas was right there to see if we needed anything. The staff everywhere on the ship are always ready to help you in any way, answer any questions or guide you to where you would like to go. There is an enormous amount of things to do so you will never be bored. There are five or six restaurants - we only ate in three which was enough for us. The Grand Epernay (the main dining room) was like any five star restaurant with a large selection of entrees and wines. The Oceanview Cafe was the biggest buffet I have ever seen for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The spa is Canyon Ranch and of course, it is five star. There is a fitness center to work off all the calories from the excellent non-stop food. There is a casino, theater, shops, library and game rooms.
The sailing was pleasant and calm and the sights amazing through Tracy's Arm. I give the ship five stars.
Perfect size for two, plenty of space and storage and good view of the scenery.