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Celebrity Reflection Cabins

Celebrity Reflection Cabins

Reflection has 1,532 cabins in 14 main categories. Standard cabins are similar in size and color palette (light browns, creams, oranges and reds, with honey-colored wood) to the other ships in the Solstice Class. All cabins include complimentary tote bags, robes and blended bath products that include shampoo, conditioner and lotion.

Standard inside cabins are a comfortable 183 to 200 square feet, while balcony cabins (194 square feet) feature 54-square-foot balconies. Oceanview cabins are a little cozier at 177 square feet.

Passengers booking one of Reflection's 277 Concierge Class rooms will get balcony cabins -- with some sweeteners, including more premium locations on the ship (higher up and aft-facing), fresh fruit, flowers, sparkling wine (as a welcome gift), an expanded room service menu, restaurant seating time preferences and priority check-in and disembarkation.

Similarly, Reflection's 152 AquaClass cabins are essentially standard balcony cabins with prime locations and additional spa-themed perks, including access to Blu, the ship's "spa cuisine" restaurant. In the cabin, you'll have an aromatherapy diffuser, which subtly adds scent throughout the room, and a super five-head Hansgrohe shower panel in the bathroom, which makes showering on a cruise ship a surprising joy. You'll also get daily teas and bottled water, a personal concierge to arrange spa treatments and free access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room. Curious about the AquaClass cabin? If you book one, chances are good that it will look like this. Passengers also get expanded personal care products like spa kits, which have foot spray, lip balm and a relaxation mist.

Cabins have plenty of storage space when you add up cubbies, drawers, closets and space beneath the beds. Flat-screen TV's are interactive -- order up room service or book an excursion using your remote. Each cabin has a hair dryer, minibar, safe and wooden hangers. Standard balconies each come with a table and two chairs.

Families or those traveling together can book any of Reflection's 268 connected cabins or four Family Veranda cabins. Family Veranda cabins are a spacious 575 square feet and have balconies ranging from 53 to 105 square feet. These cabins have convertible sofa beds, upper berths and separate main sleeping areas.

Reflection has seven categories of suites. All suites come with Bulgari luxury bath amenities, plush Frette bathrobe, slippers, additional custom bath products and Hansgrohe showerheads. At the high end is the ship-exclusive 1,636-square-foot Reflection Suite, which has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a separate living room, a bar, a 194-square-foot verandah and that famous glass shower, which hangs over the edge of the ship from the 14th deck. Don't worry; you can see out, but looky-loos can't see in.

Also new to the class are five Signature Suites. Signature Suites have high ceilings and measure 441 square feet. Verandahs measure 118 square feet and offer whirlpools. The Reflection Suite and Signature Suites are located on Deck 14 in a private area accessible only by keycard. Groups of up to 26 can book the whole area.

In response to high demand from suite passengers on other Solstice-class ships, Celebrity added 34 AquaClass Spa Suites to Reflection, saying those booked in suites wanted the benefits associated with standard AquaClass cabins. The AquaClass Spa Suite fills that void, with the same spa amenities and access to Blu, but significantly more space (301 square feet, 79-square-foot balcony). They also come with custom-blended bath products, including shampoo, conditioner, lotion, lip balm, shower gel and facial spray. Reflection's 48 Sky Suites have the same layout as the AquaClass Spa Suites, but they don't have the spa amenities or perks.

Other suite offerings are 12 Celebrity Suites (394 square feet, 105-square-foot balcony), eight Royal Suites (590 square feet, 158-square-foot balcony) and one Penthouse Suite (1,291 square feet, 389-square-foot balcony). Each Celebrity Suite has a walk-in closet and separate living and sleeping areas, with flat-screen TV's in both the bedroom and living areas. Royal Suites also provide separate living and sleeping areas, and they have separate tubs and showers in the bathrooms, full wet bars and glass-topped dining room tables. Each Royal Suite has a whirlpool on its balcony, as well. The Penthouse Suite features floor-to-ceiling windows, a baby grand piano, a dining room table, separate bedrooms and living areas, full wet bars, marble accents and whirlpools on the balconies.

All suites include personal butlers, in-suite breakfast, lunch and dinner service, and in-suite espresso and cappuccino.

Thirty cabins are wheelchair accessible.

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Celebrity Reflection Cabin Reviews

Cabin Jayrobbie
Cabin 1297 wezandor
Our cabin was in a good position at the end of the corridor deck 10 very quite. Colin our room steward kept our room clean and tidy and if we wanted anything extra it was never too much trouble. There was plenty of storage space with a large ... Read more
Cabin 6182 davidjplatt
Nice cabin with a great shower and nice verandah.... Read more
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Civitavecchia Miami Rome (Civitavecchia)

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Caribbean - Eastern Caribbean - Western Europe - Eastern Mediterranean Transatlantic

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