The Galaxy Lounge is the venue for their award-winning production shows, and a host of other evening performances. The showroom was custom-designed to offer perfect views from each of its 500 seats, and features state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems.
Each show is a magical blend of music and dance performed by the finest talent in musical theater. Costumes are individually designed and hand-made and staging is skillfully crafted to bring each vibrant scene to life.
Each cruise features a variety of cabaret-style entertainers from illusionists, comedians, impressionists and ventriloquists to vocalists, musicians and classical artists.
Before and after dinner hours, musical entertainment and dancing are offered in a number of venues around the ship. Each lounge features a diverse array of performances from classical artists to ballroom dance bands. The musical trio serenades you with classical melodies during afternoon teatime and plays requests as they stroll through Crystal Dining Room each evening.
Soft piano melodies fill the Crystal Cove in the afternoons and each evening at cocktail hour. The popular Avenue Saloon features a pianist/vocalist performing jazz and favorite tunes.
Crystal Cruises exclusively features Caesars Palace at Sea casino, run by the world-famous Las Vegas gaming operation. The 3,000+ square-foot facility houses five blackjack tables, as well as baccarat, craps, roulette, and more than 85 slot machines. The expert casino staff is employed by Caesars Palace.
A casino shipboard advance of up to $300 U.S. per person, per day, may be charged to the guest's shipboard account (up to a maximum of $3,000 US per cruise).
Guests must be at least 21 years of age to enter the gaming areas.
Parties & Special Occasions
The Bar Manager is happy to make arrangements for any special occasions or parties in your stateroom, or in the public rooms, if available. The Bar Manager can provide you with available packages including waiters, bartenders, special hors d'oeuvres and invitations.
Real ID Deadline
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