Celebrity Reflection Cruise Review by mamakinrocks: Perfect
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Destination: Eastern Caribbean
We just got off of the 3/15 sailing. Our plan was to go to New Orleans, but after a major snowstorm and a complete debacle by US Air, we ended up on a last-minute sailing. This was the first time that we had an inside cabin. We wondered if we would feel claustrophobic. It was just fine. The only thing was, that upon awakening, we had no idea if it was 3:00am or 9:00am : )
In the Oceanview Cafe, the food variety was immense. They had countless stations for salads, sandwiches, soups, made to order stir forts and pastas, pizza, Indian and Mexican, cheeses....it was all very good. We also dined in Murano, which was amazing.
The entertainment was great, especially the shows by the main group of dancers/singers. The Sin City comedy show was funny. There are countless bars that offer such cozy and comfortable atmospheres. We loved the jazz, Big Mike and his band and the many talented musicians in each venue. This ship was much livelier than the Summit to Bermuda. I have More seen a few complaints regarding loud music at the pool area. If you sit on the upper balcony or go into the Solarium, you will have a more peaceful atmosphere. Every single employee was very service-oriented and could not do enough for us.
We did not do a drink package. We love good wine and with bringing two bottles and drinking the more expensive glasses, we came out ahead. We enjoyed a few cappuccinos, but are not big soda or water drinkers. The juice and water dispensers, along with the iced tea, was fine for us. I do love my Starbucks Pike Place roast and I was very pleased with the included coffee.
We loved the Reflection and very much look forward to returning to this great ship! Less
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