Celebrity Reflection Cruise Review by DonnaB46: 7 days on the Reflection
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7 days on the Reflection
We boarded the ship quickly, no standing in the longer lines because we opted for Concierge upgrade. It was worth it just for that alone, not to mention the free room service.
We picked a room on the back of the boat for a change. It was nice having a balcony watching the sea go by. Only issues with the rear balconies are - soot from the ships exhaust landed on the deck and the chairs, and they aren't fully covered like the side balconies.
Food was really fantastic in the buffet, and the dining room. The service in the main dining room was a little off one of the nights, but overall it was very good. The Gym is really nice. Both the outdoor pools and the indoor pool areas were great. Lots of good activities and the evening shows were very good as well.
We purchased one of the cabana's for the last day of sailing. It was nice to relax in your own private ares with food and drinks.
The room was very clean, the public areas were as well.
This is a big ship with a More lot to offer, I just would go to a side room next time instead of the rear of the ship.
The port stops were nice, but the San Juan, PR stop seemed to short.
Overall a really nice trip, and we would go on that ship again. Less
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Cabin review: Celebrity Reflection 1415
Very quiet in rear of boat. Soot from exhaust on deck chairs. Side balconies offer full coverage, rear balconies are not covered completely. Room very clean. Bathroom was a decent size. One of us loved the bed, the other didn't. Closet was more than ample.
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