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Celebrity Reflection Cruise Review by cynergi

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Celebrity Reflection
Celebrity Reflection
Member Name: cynergi
Cruise Date: April 2014
Embarkation: Miami
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Cabin Category:
Cabin Number: 6114
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Member Rating   5+ out of 5+
Dining 5+
Public Rooms 5+
Cabins 5+
Entertainment 5+
Spa & Fitness 5+
Family & Children (By Age Group)
Shore Excursions Not Rated
Embarkation 4.0
Service 5+
Value-for-Money 5.0
Rates Not Rated
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Beautiful ship - great Cruise!

Wow - this was our 12th cruise (We use Holland, Princess, Lindbladt and Celebrity) and the ship was just gorgeous. They created all sorts of little nooks and hideaways to make the ship seem more personal and create little gathering spaces. The buffet area was really well marked and laid out so that we never stood in line... and we went on Spring Break when usually the ships are overrun with kids of all ages. Some cool spots are the game room (with table top group and individual games free to use) the library, the top of deck 15 forward had a secluded spot that in the evenings was totally empty, also they have a covered pool for 16 and over which was very peaceful. The water is only waist deep, but you can swim laps if you'd like to. They have a healthy spa/food area in this covered pool area which was really exceptional.

We opted for a cheap veranda room - and the rooms were a little tight - seemed quite narrow - but very well laid out. They have new bathrooms with solid curving shower doors which make the bathrooms much better than on some of the older ships.

We had 2 rooms, 6114 and 6112. Because of how narrow they are, the configurations have to be different (like a serpentine) in each room. We preferred how 6112 was laid out - with the beds right next to the balcony and the sitting area next to the bathroom and entrance. In 6114 the beds are right next to the closet and it makes for a very tight space to use the closet, and if you have room service they have to squeeze past the beds to get to the couch/vanity area. These layouts alternated throughout the ship (mirrored due to the width of the rooms having to serpentine) but if you have a choice try for the one with the beds near the window. Also, on this ship the cabin door opens OUT into the hallway. This was new and actually made things much easier - on other ships you have to pull the door into the room and get out of the way, so this was nice. The 2 rooms share this entry/indent - again in pairs like 6112/6114 - so check to make sure you have the mirror rooms if you are traveling with a group. The glass on the balconies can be removed on either side to make a connection - which we greatly enjoyed.

*Warning - the rooms on 6 are less expensive - and if you are in the front (6112/6114) you are directly over the theater and you WILL hear the bass and drums fairly loudly of the theater. We didn't mind because we are night owls - but if you are early risers and go to bed, you will hear the noise for the late show which runs from 10:30-11:30pm nightly.


Publication Date: 04/21/14
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