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We have sailed on Celebrity Cruises before and as Captain Club members, we were not given any extra consideration, dining table were in hidden corners behind walls, we requested a move but, no one was interested. We enjoyed our ... Read More
We have sailed on Celebrity Cruises before and as Captain Club members, we were not given any extra consideration, dining table were in hidden corners behind walls, we requested a move but, no one was interested. We enjoyed our Silhouette cruise and couldn't wait for this one,however, this cruise was a disappointment. Some food items and beverage types ran out days before the end of the cruise, this should never happen. If you pay for top packages the food and drinks should not run out. Our Spa treatments were all rushed and shortened in time with ongoing apologies regarding being overbooked. We were in formal dining areas with people wearing shorts and T-Shirts- this is not a high standard of quality, we respected the Dress Code but, staff did not follow them through with other passengers. This should not be the style of clothing. We look forward to sailing again, but enjoy high quality services. This was a disappointment. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
This was our fourth cruise with Celebrity and the first on Reflection. Embarkation and disembarkation both smooth. We had a sky suite at the back of the ship as we like the views and we don’t mind the walk to and from the room. ... Read More
This was our fourth cruise with Celebrity and the first on Reflection. Embarkation and disembarkation both smooth. We had a sky suite at the back of the ship as we like the views and we don’t mind the walk to and from the room. Room was large, comfortable and the attendant throughout the cruise kept it spotless. Plenty of storage. Bathroom small with a combined bath/shower; plenty of storage for your toiletries. We had a butler but did not make use of him; we don’t like to dine in the room and we do our own bookings. The ship was well maintained and spotless. Where we noticed a difference is the ship felt more crowded than its sister ship Silhouette; we found out the Reflection has a lot more suites and hence about 400 more people; the suite ‘perks’ of Luminae and Michaels Club felt crowded and did not have the same ambience we felt on Silhouette. This was disappointing. We had a mix up with dates for dinner bookings which was annoying as we were travelling with another couple and we realised with hindsight that Michaels club had not confirmed the details – if they had we would have picked up the errors. This resulted in us thinking we were going to dinner that had been booked for the next day (notwithstanding we were on a day trip that would only get back in time for the booking!). Our preferred night was booked out and we had to then replan our remaining nights. Food was very good but not consistent. Luminae was generally excellent and staff are amazing; Blu also very good; we had lunch and dinner in Murano and both meals were excellent. Qsine interesting as they have changed the format – we went to two ‘shows’ – the first show not as interesting but great food; the second show was excellent, but the food was lacking (steak tough and the ravoli was tasteless). Sushi on Five was mixed; wasn’t overly keen on The Porch but had best steak of the cruise in The Lawn Grill. Staff really make Celebrity a great cruise line; it is rare to bump into someone who isn’t friendly. Shows – Fox Ventura was great and there was another 4 man UK band that was also great (just cant remember the name); the comedians fell flat; hypnotist and violinist were good; the Celebrity shows were ok and the final night one, Elysium with acrobatics was excellent. Giuseppe the cruise director made us laugh with his antics whenever we went to the theatre. As an Australian the pricing of Celebrity is now expensive given the Aus dollar has deteriorated against the USD; we found it more expensive as a result. Spa excellent but expensive; had my hair styled twice - again expensive but a treat. They really do up sell/push product which is annoying. Excursions: We organised through Celebrity notwithstanding it is more expensive; we like the insurance that the boat won’t leave without us. Warnemunde: We chose the day trip to Schwerin which was a great day out and we would recommend this. We later learned people who went to Berlin had a 6 hour return train trip (and the train was not airconditioned!). Helsinki: We did small group tour (25 people). A quick trip through the city then stopped at Porvoo to wander the shops there. Quaint village which we enjoyed. The highlight was lunch at Nybergs Varpet just for the tour group. Off the beaten track it was tucked away by the water. We had outstanding finnish food prepared by the chef who was on site and chatted to the group. Saint Petersburg: We had a private tour guide for 4 over 2 days. Our guide was young, and we didn’t get that feel for what it was like to live in Russia during harsher times – can’t be helped but I think a guide with more experience would have been more interesting. The palaces are huge, amazing and over the top. It is a very crowded place so everywhere there were crowds and ques. Gardens are beautiful. Boat ride was really good to see Saint Petersburg from the water. We had lunch at the same restaurant both days which was strange; I think because we liked it the first day our guide took us back even though it meant backtracking into the city. A more experienced guide would have chosen two different places to eat. We also did not get to see the subways; our guide mentioned it late on the second day but we had run out of time (spending too much time waiting for lunch). Tallin: What a lovely town; wish we had more time there. Had a walking guided tour; a little time to browse; saw the concert area and a seaside fishing museum. An easy town to visit unguided or use the hop on hop off bus. Stockholm: Day trip to Vasa Museum; City hall to see where the Nobel peace prize dinner is held and ending the day in the Old Town. Worth doing but would have preferred more time in the Old Town to wander and explore. Also an easy town to visit unguided or use the hop on hop off bus. Copenhagen: Private tour and we were disappointed as there was a mix up at the port with the tour guide waiting in one spot while we waited in another wasting time for what was a very expensive tour. We got away about 20 mins late as a result. We had stops at Mermaid, Palace, Nyhavn, the main shopping street and Tivoli Gardens. The low light was the Tivoli Gardens stop as we were dropped there for three hours when half that time would have been sufficient. Lesson learned for us to be more careful with the ship preparing an itinerary – they did not ask us what we liked, and we would have told them we were not theme park enthusiasts. I think the hop on hop off bus would have been fine. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
Let me start by saying that it's 20 years since our last cruise and after reading reviews and itineraries for the different cruise lines, my husband and I decided on Celebrity. We also chose Amsterdam as the departure port because we ... Read More
Let me start by saying that it's 20 years since our last cruise and after reading reviews and itineraries for the different cruise lines, my husband and I decided on Celebrity. We also chose Amsterdam as the departure port because we didn't want to fly for various reasons. The check-in and embarkation could not have been better. No problems whatsoever. At this point I think it's only fair to say that as for security, it was first class. Obviously because of the times we live in it had to be much stricter than our last cruise but as a result, we felt very safe on board. A big thank you to celebrity for that. As we were Concierge class it included a welcome aboard lunch in the Opus Restaurant. However, as were given an embarkation time of 1 o'clock, by the time we got to the restaurant in question we found another couple trying to get in but had been told it closed a few minutes earlier. All four of us explained our situation and finally, we were allowed in. Not a good start to our cruise as we believe the restaurant should have been informed of the latest time for concierge guests to board and be directed there for lunch. Thankfully it was the only incident on embarkation day. Our Concierge Aldin Buendia, was very helpful and kind. As we both have food allergies and after experiencing some difficulties during an "open seating" for dinner in the Opus Restaurant the day we were docked in Warnemunde, she immediately dealt with our complaints and everything was sorted out. From then on, we had the same table (142) all the time with our trusted waiters Yanin, Tatitiana and Sergei to take care of us. A big thank you to all of you. However, like other reviews we did feel the menu in this restaurant could have been a lot better. We had no problems with the quality of the food, but the selection/description left a lot to be desired. Specialty Restaurants - we didn't dine in any as we believe guests shouldn't have to pay extra for things like that. It seems cruise lines are now putting profit before guests which we think is a step in the wrong direction. Spa - had my hair done twice by Anderson for the two Chic Evenings and found him excellent. Gave me some very helpful advice all of which I have since acted upon. Thank you! Photo Gallery - excellent. As my husband doesn't like having his picture taken, we have very few over the last number of years. However, as we we were celebrating a few things, we decided to have some taken around the ship and on good advice by the staff took the "photo package" for $250. Best value ever! Evening entertainment Reflection Theatre - we enjoyed most nights. The best ones for us were The Overtures Stares of St Petersburg Folkloric Group and The FlyRights. We felt Celebrity's own production shows we not great and the costumes let it down. It's as if they wanted to do the whole thing on a shoestring. My experience of shows on a cruise were spectacular with props and costumes giving it a real Broadway feel. These were nothing like it unfortunately. As for the places visited, see our reviews of each port. Overall, we enjoyed the cruise very much and would certainly recommend Celebrity and this itinerary without hesitation. One final piece of advice: if you experience any problems whatsoever do not hesitate to speak to the person in charge. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We chose this cruise for the itinerary. The itinerary was wonderful; we thoroughly enjoyed every port. Our service issues were numerous: a computer error kept us standing at check-in for 20 minutes, two different parties were assigned ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the itinerary. The itinerary was wonderful; we thoroughly enjoyed every port. Our service issues were numerous: a computer error kept us standing at check-in for 20 minutes, two different parties were assigned the same table in the dining room, the Customer Service line was regularly 40 minutes for days, the Customer Service staff gave us incorrect information, the final bill was illegible, our room key was inoperable. All avoidable issues. When these concerns were raised to the Cruise Director, his response was "go have a drink and forget about it". Wow. The ship is beautiful. Our cabin was exactly as we would have expected it. Most of the on-board entertainment was good. Celebrity has made changes that reduce the value of drink packages. The prices on the packages have gone up while the price of the drinks has also gone up. Now, Baileys is priced as a "Premium" drink, which means that it cannot be purchased with the Classic Drink Package any more. We no longer see Celebrity as offering a premium experience due to their recent changes. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We chose this cruise for the destination. It was my second cruise (my 1st was with Celebrity in 2017 to Alaska) and my husband's first cruise. We were in a suite. Embarkation from the Port of Dublin was a nightmare and took just ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the destination. It was my second cruise (my 1st was with Celebrity in 2017 to Alaska) and my husband's first cruise. We were in a suite. Embarkation from the Port of Dublin was a nightmare and took just shy of two hours. Our cabin was 2210 located aft on deck 12. We liked the layout of the cabin (sofa near balcony). The bathroom was spacious and had lots of storage. The cabin itself had sufficient storage as well. All was in good condition except the sofa was a little threadbare. We could hear a little scraping of chairs from the Sunset Bar above, but mostly in the morning. It was not enough to bother us. Our cabin steward kept our cabin clean and stocked. Our butler was eager and pleasant but was not as present as he should have been. He failed to continuously stock breakfast room service order forms and we had to ask for them. He failed to ask us if we intended to attend the performances, but we showed up anyway to be seated in the reserved seating area. We had to remind him several times for the blankets that we had requested to use on our balcony. He did clear the refrigerator and keep it stocked with water as we had requested. We ate breakfast in our room and were pleased with the quality of the food and timeliness of delivery. The food was warm, but not hot. The coffee was hot. We at most of the rest of our meals in Luminae. The service was exceptional. The food was very good. We did note, though, that the cooked fish dishes were what we considered over-cooked. We ate at the Porch once for lunch and found it very good. We also at Sushi on 5 for lunch and found it very good. The ramen was warm but not hot, but everything else was very good. We had lunch at the Ocean View Café once and found the service very good and the food good as well. We arrived right as lunch service opened and had no trouble finding a table. We were approached by wait staff several times asking if we had a drink order and tables were cleared quickly. We tried a number of the lounges. We enjoyed Michael's lounge for suite guests. Staff were very friendly and professional. They remembered us and our usual drink orders. We enjoyed the several times that entertainment was provided there. Our usual lounge, besides Michaels, was the Ensemble Lounge. We enjoyed the live music there. It could have used another waiter. The bar staff and wait staff were very busy and the wait to put in a drink order was a bit long. We particularly enjoyed the performer Charlotte who played acoustic guitar and sang. We saw the guest performers but not the Celebrity shows. We enjoyed the guest performers in the theater. We enjoyed the silent disco twice. The dance floor was packed both times. We also enjoyed the Beatles review and again the dance floor was packed. We did a Ridele wine tasting that focused on the most appropriate type of glass for a wine. The wines served were very good, the presenter was well informed and a good speaker. We 3 excursions through Celebrity: behind the scenes tour; kayaking; and a tour of a goat farm and dairy. 2 were great and 1 was not. The kayaking was not good because Celebrity had booked too many participants (29). For the operator to get all the participants in 2-man kayaks with the splash guards in place and the rudders set took nearly an hour. That left a little more than an hour of guided tour in the water. Also, it was difficult to keep everyone close enough to hear the tour guide. We did a smaller excursion boat up on fjord on our own and it was great. We did some hiking and some self-guided walks around towns on our own. All very easily. We flew into Dublin 4 days early, rented a car and drove out to the West Coast and along the Wild Atlantic Way. We did a tour of a fish smokehouse and a tour of an oyster farm. We enjoyed a self-guided walk of Galway. We found the Hop on Hop Off bus in Dublin to be a good way to see the city with limited time. We enjoyed all the ports, including Alesund and Bergen. We also enjoyed Belfast. We did Belfast on our own and went to the Titanic Museum and St. George's Market. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
For the destination. Sadly The ship was not spectacular or beautifully decorated. Their main focus was having alcohol available everywhere . Loud blaring music instead of relaxing Pianos, orchestras, or talented musicians. Only the last ... Read More
For the destination. Sadly The ship was not spectacular or beautifully decorated. Their main focus was having alcohol available everywhere . Loud blaring music instead of relaxing Pianos, orchestras, or talented musicians. Only the last night was an Irish band and dancers presented at the theatre. Of all my cruises, the main dining room was the worst I’ve experienced. Main courses were plainly presented, over cooked, nothing special. My own meals are tastier at home. Most of the desserts were pretty but made with fluffy frosting in different flavors. No flourless chocolate cake my favorite. I will say the gelato was very good. The food in the Ocean View was much better than the Opus dining room. When we asked about getting a taxi to get off of the ship the last day guest relations was untruthful telling us we had to have a reservation because no taxies would be available.Also that we must meet in reflection Theatre before getting off the ship but when we got up that morning people were getting off of the ship at 5 AM and taxies were available. This is my first and last experience with Celebrity cruise line. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Amazing first cruise - room 1623 spotless and fantastic housekeeping team. Dining staff were always happy and respectful and couldn’t do enough for us. Spotless ship, amazing entertainment and couldn’t fault a thing. Room 1623 ... Read More
Amazing first cruise - room 1623 spotless and fantastic housekeeping team. Dining staff were always happy and respectful and couldn’t do enough for us. Spotless ship, amazing entertainment and couldn’t fault a thing. Room 1623 - previous reviews state tv issue not being in front of bed, but in front of sofa... the tvs turn using clips at the back, so can watch in bed if you want to! Food excellent, and would book again tomorrow. Excursions were great, and easy if you want the no hassle approach, although I’m sure cheaper if book independently, but that’s a personal choice. Dress code - not ott, but was nice to dress up in the evenings, but not feel uncomfortable. Plenty of bars and seats and we never struggled for a sun lounger even on sea days. Towels always well stocked and clean. Pool staff worked non stop. Memorable experience and will book again. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Itinerary and ship! Boy were we disappointed in our cabin! 3119. Not sure anyone would know what was was above the ceiling until you were there. We complained to room steward and then management and then guest services. Apparently ... Read More
Itinerary and ship! Boy were we disappointed in our cabin! 3119. Not sure anyone would know what was was above the ceiling until you were there. We complained to room steward and then management and then guest services. Apparently we weren’t considered an emergency move, which was requested after second day. Such an expensive “sleepless” cruise....so disappointing. Other than our cabin, Everything else was grand! Room steward was ok. If you have classic pkg don’t bother martini bar...they won’t serve you without the extra $4 charge. They only use the 3 oz glasses..not 2 oz classic pkg size. But yet when making martini they throw away the other oz...lol. Such foolishness. Dining was good. Specialty dining Qsine was amazing. Make sure towels are in room the night before port days or you will have to go get them yourself on pool deck!! Such a pain, not significant really just another thing to do when everyone is trying to get off the ship! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
A belated 70th birthday celebration for both of us. We picked this cruise for the islands it was visiting. Only complaint was the wind on deck 15 the first two days. The rest of the cruise had some great weather and smooth sailing. Ship is ... Read More
A belated 70th birthday celebration for both of us. We picked this cruise for the islands it was visiting. Only complaint was the wind on deck 15 the first two days. The rest of the cruise had some great weather and smooth sailing. Ship is very nice,cabin was good...enjoyed morning coffee on the balcony. Food was great,if you were hungry it was your own fault. Our head server was awesome,one of the best we have ever had. He took very good care of us and his suggestions were on spot. Entertainment was awesome, we were never disappointed in any of the shows we attended. We enjoyed dancing and listening to the great music that was provided. The house band was great. It's a pleasure to have live music for dancing. Our cabin steward was great, he keep our cabin in top shape and we enjoyed seeing the little chocolates when we returned each evening. I other words we had a great time. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We went on our first cruise to celebrate my 50th Birthday and wow, we were super impressed by Celebrity and were told by many cruise addicts, once aboard, that we had selected by far and away the best line and a great ship. Our ... Read More
We went on our first cruise to celebrate my 50th Birthday and wow, we were super impressed by Celebrity and were told by many cruise addicts, once aboard, that we had selected by far and away the best line and a great ship. Our concierge class cabin 1210, was excellent, with very comfortable bed and plenty of storage space for clothes, cases and other items. The balcony was excellent, with very comfortable loungers with foot stools. The ship itself (Reflection) is in excellent condition, very well maintained to high standards, it is clean, bright and safe. The crew, were all excellent, friendly, attentive and professional, our cabin steward, was amazing and took care of everything we wished for. Entertainment was very good, albeit 'toned' down somewhat, in particular the comedians, for a family audience. We were impressed with the overall ambience of the ship, with pretty much everyone onboard, being super friendly, polite and considerate of everybody around them. No louts, loudmouths or intimidating groups - which we were very pleased about. We went on a number of excursions, including Snorkel and Kayak, Mount Gay rum tour (I am a big fan and it was great), beach tours and plenty more. All was well organised, safe and stress free. All in all, this was a fantastic first cruise experience, which I can highly recommend to anyone who is not so sure it is for them. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We have cruised Celebrity several times and this was our first disappointment. The entertainment was boring, no comedian, no musician, limited entertainment throughout the day, shows were repetitive hence if you have been on Equinox you ... Read More
We have cruised Celebrity several times and this was our first disappointment. The entertainment was boring, no comedian, no musician, limited entertainment throughout the day, shows were repetitive hence if you have been on Equinox you have seen the shows. Food was nothing to write home about, the Opus dining room was tasteless but the Buffet food for dinner was so much better. The Tuscan was a disappointment as the food was nothing like previous cruise, quality subpar. The excursions were expensive hence we booked our own. We paid 23.00 for the Hop on in Cartagena and we were picked up at the pier as the pier is stop 1. The cruise was charging 59.00 a person. The tour to the canal was also pricy. For 4 ppl we got a cab for 60.00 and paid 15 pp to enter the attraction and we also got a city tour for a total of 120.00 for 4 ppl. Our room steward was attentive and room was always clean. There were a lot of European ppl on the tour and very few children. The cruise company needs to provide better entertainment, more pop up bands throughout the ship and plan for RAIN. The casino was very expensive, 10, 25 and 100 tables really and the slots were very quick at taking ones money and not very generous in winnings. Hopefully the Epic will prove to be outstanding or we will look else for our cruising travels. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Our second time on the ship was excellent. Th ship has wonderful, friendly and attentive staff. The ship is kept in top notch condition. We enjoyed the option of the indoor pool when it was to hot to stay out in the direct sun for more ... Read More
Our second time on the ship was excellent. Th ship has wonderful, friendly and attentive staff. The ship is kept in top notch condition. We enjoyed the option of the indoor pool when it was to hot to stay out in the direct sun for more than a few hours. The entertainment, both on board staff and visiting entertainers was super. We ate at four of the specialty restaurants, and made sure to buy the "package" ahead of time to take advantage of the reduced price. We loved "QSine", Murano and the Lawn Club Grill. Felt that the steaks at the Tuscany tasted "processed" or tenderized and was our least favorite of the four. Did an excursion in Cartagenia to "old town". Be prepared there and around town to be swarmed by people selling stuff. And when you say "no" to one, another one arrives right behind, and they just keep on coming. We were not able to enjoy our tour or even hear our guide as a result. Also, traffic moves really, really slow. On retrospect, we would have been better off staying by the ship and visiting the great little zoo there. Our only complaint over the whole cruise was the Casino onboard is VERY tight, especially the slot machines. We didn't see anyone win anything. Also, be careful about betting limits. The one guy over the 11 nights on the cruise we saw win anything hit a Royal Flush at the ultimate Texas Holdem table. He should have been paid close to $7500 with his bets on the table. However they paid him only $5000. When his friend asked where the rest of the money was, they pointed to the fine print on the little board at the corner of the table which said the maximum payout was $5000. What a shame. Our cabin. a deluxe veranda was nice and well kept by our state room attendant, it just had insufficient space (just 3 small drawers) to store our clothes. Nice bathroom with plenty of space but the "night lite" that we could not turn off was too bright and woke you up when you went in during the middle of the night. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
What a holiday! This was our first cruise and to say we absolutely loved it would probably be an understatement. Embarking to begin with was very easy and quick. We arrived at the port around 11am and were on the ship around half an ... Read More
What a holiday! This was our first cruise and to say we absolutely loved it would probably be an understatement. Embarking to begin with was very easy and quick. We arrived at the port around 11am and were on the ship around half an hour later with no problems. The cabin was bigger than we had expected, I found lots of room for all our bits and bobs, travelling from Ireland meant we could only carry a maximum 23KG luggage and 10KG hand luggage so we didn't have munch as we didn't bring cabin luggage with us (the plan was to stock up at Sawgrass Mills on the way home as we had a day to kill in Miami. The ship was beautiful, a little worn in some places but not to any extend that it was going to impact on our holiday. Overall we thought it was beautiful. We took part in the insiders tour on our second sea day, I wouldn't recommend it. I thought it was a big waste of time, very expensive, hard to hear and i wasn't very happy about a group of people walking around the kitchen with no hats or gloves on. All the staff we came into contact with were amazing, so friendly, helpful and eager to please. My other half isn't a huge fan of dressing up so we only ate in the MDR three times. I couldn't fault the food but then again I couldn't fault the food at the buffet either. I found the MDR very cramped and noisy. At times it was more romantic to eat in the buffet would you believe?! The only issue i had with staff was at the jewelry auction, a gentleman spilled his glass of champagne when he walked in front of the stage and the staff thought it was hilarious. My heart broke for him as he wasn't even aware of what he was doing and i thought if he was my little grandad i'd have been so annoyed. On the other hand I did lose my bag in the Cafe with my purse in it didn't realise until the following morning. It was at guest relations, untouched! i assume due to staff handing it in. We had a classic drink package which was more than enough for us. I tried almost every cocktail on the menu but even at 29 and 31 years of age we found ourselves in bed by 10.30 each night as we were exhausted! We never had to wait more than 2mins for a drink at any bar or at the coffee shop and we found the bar staff particularly polite and friendly. The singers and the shows on board were very good we went to 2 shows in the theater and the St. Patricks day songs the night before the big day. It was good- as Irish people we always find it funny how Danny Boy is considered an Irish song when its not lol but we enjoyed it :) the dancing on the other nights was amazing! Spending St. Patricks day in Costa Rica was one of my favourite days. It rained rather heavy and I think it just made our experience of the rainforset. I had a laugh at people trying to obtain a refund on their excursions as the weather was so bad, at home we would call that 'a wee drop a rain.' All our excursions were booked through Celebrity, as first timers we were too sacred not too. I found them very well organised and all tour guides very good. It might sound silly but I loved how the constantly updated you on how long it was until the next restroom stop/ eating time. We found the activities and the shops catered for an older clientele which makes sense as we were certainly in the minority on the ship- not that we minded. We took part in some of the activities. I'm sure I've left loads out but overall we had an amazing time, i'd read the whole of the internet before we left! And was particularly worried about a few bad reviews but it is what you make it and we made it amazing. We got engaged in Cozumel so Reflection will always have a special place in our hearts! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We arrived in Fort Lauderdale the night before our cruise. We stayed at the Fairfield Inn & Suites. It was very nice. We took a taxi to the port in the morning. About the same price as a shuttle, but quicker and easier. $25 ... Read More
We arrived in Fort Lauderdale the night before our cruise. We stayed at the Fairfield Inn & Suites. It was very nice. We took a taxi to the port in the morning. About the same price as a shuttle, but quicker and easier. $25 Embarkation was smooth. We were on by about 11am. Our room was ready at 1pm and our luggage was there shortly after. The ship is nice, but the atrium areas where small and cramped. Our cabin was nice, we had a veranda, but it was noisy especially the first few nights, because we were above the Bleu Galley . They did get them to quiet down after that, and offered us a free specialty dinner. Also our Cabin Stewart was very miserable, I think he was very tired, but did not make it nice for us at times. The main dinning room service was great! The food was not as good, and we ended up not going a few nights because of what was on the menu. The entertainment was not up to Celebrity's standards of entertainment we have seen in the past. We only stayed for 2 out of the 11 nights of shows. Music in the main areas was load and crowded. The service was very good . We really enjoyed the ports! In Grand Cayman we took a taxi to the Turtle Farm, then went across the street to the dolphin centre just to watch for a bit, we then caught a bus back to 7 mile beach , near Calico Jack's and went for a swim. Then we took the bus back to the port area. In Cartagena we just went to the port terminal area where they have a bird sanctuary. It was amazing, we really enjoyed wandering under the trees and seeing all the birds! In Aruba the first night we did a little shopping. The next day we took a taxi to the Hyatt on Palm beach to meet for a snorkeling trip we had booked with Delphi. When we got there they said they had emailed us because their catamaran had to be serviced and so they offered us to go with Aruba watersports on the Arusun catamaran. We did do that and it was ok, but it wasn't as nice a cat as the one looked like that we had booked. The music was loud … food ok, the water was mirky so snorkeling wasn't too good. It was still a nice day. In Curacao we did the ship tour to Blue Bay Beach. It was a nice beach. We snorkeled there and it was nice. It was over cast and did rain a bit, but it was still a nice day. We went shopping later in town. The town was pretty and we walked across the bridge. In Bonaire we went on a private snorkel trip with Woodwind . I cannot say enough good things about them. It was a short walk to the meeting place from the port. Dee and her team were amazing! She talked to us about safety and fitted us with masks... They served drinks and raisin buns, then later when we were on our way back they served us a yummy plate of lunch, chicken, noodle dish . They put us in separate groups from beginner to advanced and each group of about 6 people had their own guide. It was a drift snorkel on Klein Bonaire. The fish and coral and turtles were awesome! It was the highlight of our trip! I would love to do these ports again some day. Not sure about the reflection though. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
I will start with I am very sensitive to motion sickness and it was really windy and rocky for me . With the patch everything went well. Now what did not go so well, the embarkation was not so hot , it was our first cruise and had no idea ... Read More
I will start with I am very sensitive to motion sickness and it was really windy and rocky for me . With the patch everything went well. Now what did not go so well, the embarkation was not so hot , it was our first cruise and had no idea how things worked, was not helped by anyone we kept telling staff we were concierge class I think we had an invitation to the Opus restaurant but was not directed to that we were told to go to the 14th and 15th floor, which we did and we also had the beverage package but no ever came to ask us if we wanted anything to drink . Our cabin was ready at 13:00 which was good and it was really nice, very clean ,the patio is great . The room was very well cleaned the whole cruise just a little flaw on our last night was locked out of our fridge which sucked cause no cold water in the morning or cold juice , we were charged for bottled water so be careful Water in room not included in beverage package. The shore excursions were fabulous we had such a great time, well organized we loved every single one from the beach , the caves in Barbados ,to the Jeeps in St Marteen . We spent our wedding anniversary on the ship and had reserved a seat at the Qsine Restaurant which was spectacular from the food, the service ,the staff and the entertainment everything was beyond our expectations . The captain is a very nice person ,nice smile and greets and makes people feel at ease and welcomed . The entertainment is really nice 2 shows a nite for early birds like us . The food was good , the young girl who made my toast every morning remembered me and burnt my English muffin like I love them Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
My husband and I had a fantastic time on our 10 day Caribbean cruise in February. Our cabin was perfect, and our balcony view was spectacular. The crew were friendly and extremely helpful. Everything about the ship was as advertised. ... Read More
My husband and I had a fantastic time on our 10 day Caribbean cruise in February. Our cabin was perfect, and our balcony view was spectacular. The crew were friendly and extremely helpful. Everything about the ship was as advertised. Because of the long day excursions, we chose late dining which worked out perfect. The food was exceptional, and we didn't feel rushed to leave. Our concierge was the best. She assisted us many, many times during the trip. Everything went without a snag from the beginning of the journey to the debarkation. The only negative part of our journey had nothing to do with the cruise, but with the hotel prior to beginning the cruise. We flew into Ft. Lauderdale the night before and rented a hotel room near the cruise terminal. We paid over $200 for a disgusting room with two full size beds, sticky carpet, broken light shades, running toilet, dripping sink, taped up chairs, and a horrible smell throughout the room. The next time I travel to Ft. Lauderdale, I will conduct better research on hotels in the area. As far as the cruise, we'd definitely go again! Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
First off this is our second cruise with Celebrity. We took this cruise for its literary and ports of  call Costa Rica, Colombia and Panama. Service was great. No complaints with food choices either. We ate in the buffet for lunch and ... Read More
First off this is our second cruise with Celebrity. We took this cruise for its literary and ports of  call Costa Rica, Colombia and Panama. Service was great. No complaints with food choices either. We ate in the buffet for lunch and each night in main dining. Crews worked hard to please very polite. Average age appear to be 70ish. Not hardly no young people, only saw four kids. Casio was active at night. At the buffet in the evening very few people ate there.  I would say that 90 percent of folks went to main dining. We had late dining at 8:30pm. Night shows Asylum ok was a musical. Illusionist was good, comedy shows excellent especially Al Ducharme. Celebrity has no bells an whistles, no water slides , no rope courses,  no bowling alleys. We been on two of their ships. Celebrity is pretty tame.  I would not recommend to family's with kids. Pretty dry atmosphere. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Loved the 14 night Caribbean itinerary and was sorry to see Celebrity discontinue it. The Reflection is a beautiful ship with one of the friendliest, hard working crews I’ve seen in 21 cruises. I don’t think I’ve ever sailed on a ... Read More
Loved the 14 night Caribbean itinerary and was sorry to see Celebrity discontinue it. The Reflection is a beautiful ship with one of the friendliest, hard working crews I’ve seen in 21 cruises. I don’t think I’ve ever sailed on a cleaner ship. The crew is constantly working to keep it that way despite the slovenly habits of some passengers. (Yes, you’re on vacation but it wouldn’t kill you to throw away a can or other trash.) Food was fantastic. We ate at all the specialty restaurants except Sushi on 5 and enjoyed the food and service. The view from the Tuscan Grill is great. Arrive early enough to get a table by the aft windows. You might even get the treat of watching dolphins riding the wake. We wake up early so usually don’t make it to shows. We did, however really enjoy several of the musical acts. The Starlight Duo and Danny Smart were our favorites. If there was something of a disappointment it was the bar tenders at The Pool and Mast Bars. Usually ships put some of their more outgoing peopl in those locations. They were polite and efficient, just not very fun. I suppose everyone looks for different things in their cruise experience. Ours is pool time, relaxation, good food and friendly service. The Celebrity Reflection certainly delivered that and more. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
We were in Sky Suite 2119, a very nice sized suite on the 12th deck, forward on the port side, with a larger balcony, just a few doorways from the spa, so quiet. Jo, our butler, was very responsive and helpful. Brought us lovely ... Read More
We were in Sky Suite 2119, a very nice sized suite on the 12th deck, forward on the port side, with a larger balcony, just a few doorways from the spa, so quiet. Jo, our butler, was very responsive and helpful. Brought us lovely canapés when we requested them, and served us a lovely dinner in our suite. Raj, our suite attendant always provided a clean room and extra towels as needed, with a smile. Luminae - The Food... Amuse bouche were occasionally kind of boring (goat cheese stuffed in a large puff pastry cracker?), but would then surprise (a deviled egg with salmon caviar). Lean into the caviar, perhaps with some fresh potato crisps and sour cream? The octopus starter was EXCELLENT! Lobster salad had an odor, so I avoided it; the waiter offered me shrimp cocktail instead, and although small, the shrimp were good. Pepper tuna was a tad too peppery. Venison was overdone, and as a result, slightly dry. Had Opus grilled chicken breast one night with mashed potatoes and veggies - good comfort food, but the broccolini tasted fishy. The rack of pork was sliced, so not REALLY a rack. French onion soup was bland and oily, but escargot were quite good. The buttered lobster with champagne sauce was excellent, and my husband loved the duck as well. :) The chocolate sphere dessert was entertaining AND fabulously delicious! Zouihair, the maitre d’ was attentive and very helpful, and clearly a good leader, as his team were well trained. Sanjeev was a very good waiter always quick with a funny comment to make us laugh. Allan was a PHENOMENAL sommelier and suggested excellent pairings within the wine package we selected; the Beringers Founders Estate Cabernet, Sincerely Malbec, and the Robert Mondavi Napa Merlot we’re right in our “sweet spot”, bold, chewy, and dry. One night my husband selected a Malbec that was quite nice. Allan approved. ;) Murano was excellent, start to finish, with the mild exception of the lamb being slightly undercooked. Zac was an excellent waiter and the gran marnier soufflé was FABULOUS. Blu was good as well, just not our thing. Michael’s Club, part of our suite experience, was a great getaway. Riz, one of the staff, was an excellent bartender (great lemon drops!) and Alex and Alessandra were AWESOME concierges, getting us into the restaurants we wanted. Canyon Ranch Spa - Elizabeth’s manicure was perfectly done. My husband said my nails have never looked so good! Wakasa, who studied massage in Japan for 10 years, was my masseuse. Her hot stone massage was the best that I have EVER had and I’ve had PLENTY. On the whole, this was one of our better cruises, with great excursions (snorkeling in Bonaire!), good internet (paid, but shared), and good island locations (Antigua, Barbados, St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire). The shows were ok, but not the BEST that we’ve seen. One comic (Rich Aronovich) was quite funny, and the local cast (singers, dancers, musicians) were quite talented. The App to determine activities and scheduled appointments is EXCELLENT, but needs to integrate with the spa. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
My partner and I sailed on the Reflection over the Christmas holiday, 2018. This was my second time on Celebrity, but my 18th cruise (have done Princess the most, two in RCL and one on Holland). Observations and tips: 1) This is the ... Read More
My partner and I sailed on the Reflection over the Christmas holiday, 2018. This was my second time on Celebrity, but my 18th cruise (have done Princess the most, two in RCL and one on Holland). Observations and tips: 1) This is the sexiest ship I’ve ever sailed on. Atrium extends from the main floor to the top of the ship, so natural light pours through the center of the ship. Decor is chic and the ship is spotlessly clean. Even public restrooms are always perfect. 2) Food quality is generally good to excellent. Murano (specialty restaurant) is exceptional. Blu (dining that comes with AquaClass) is very good (along the lines of country club dining or food at a very nice wedding). The buffet is phenomenal for a buffet - pizzas have perfect crusts, salad bar ingredients are fresh, fajitas available every day are amazing, and many other items (Indian, roasted turkey, spatzle, etc.) were really good. The only letdown was the Main Dining Room. I admit to a sample of one (we went for lunch one day), but it was on par with hospital or airplane food. Totally unacceptable. That being said, given how good the buffet is (which you’d expect to be a step down) it is fully possible that we both ordered the wrong things and/or it was an off day. 3) For is, the alcohol package was worth it. You can often get the classic package on promotion. You can upgrade to premium onboard for $14 per person per day. 4) Martinis at the martini bar are the highlight. Go around 4:15-4:30 to get seats for their “show”. They are entertaining. You’ll need to premium package to get drinks included here (most are $12). 5) Wine lists are excellent, and your sommelier will do wine pairings by course if you ask. If you ask, tip them. They deserve more. 6) If you’re debating between interior, oceanview, and veranda, the veranda is worth it if your budget affords. Interior cabins can increase seasickness if you are prone. If you have a veranda you will spend more time in your stateroom, enjoying privacy, shade, fresh air, etc. 7) Pay attention to what’s above, below, beside, and across from you for cabin placement. Mid-ship tends to be more expensive because old people don’t like to walk far to restaurants and entertainment, but cabins aren’t any better. You might think twice about a cabin below a kid’s club or a gym, beside a bar, near the elevator (not desirable unless you’re in a wheelchair), etc. 8) I booked AquaClass and cannot comment on whether it was worth it. In my extensive experience at Blu and one experience in the Main Dining Room, I’d say the upcharge was worth it. That being said, you can buy specialty dining packages and I think you could probably eat in a specialty restaurant almost every night of the cruise for a similar cost. 9) Murano is worth it. The passion fruit souflee is the best dessert I’ve ever eaten. 10) Peeking into cabins I couldn’t tell any difference between AquaClass, Concierge Class, or a regular veranda. Hope this helps! Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
The ship was beautiful and the Reflection has become our favorite ship.The feautures we specially liked were: the walking track is not on the pool deck, the rear outdoor seating area was larger than other Solstice Class ships, the ... Read More
The ship was beautiful and the Reflection has become our favorite ship.The feautures we specially liked were: the walking track is not on the pool deck, the rear outdoor seating area was larger than other Solstice Class ships, the Sunset Bar area had lots of seating, the Martini Bar was a lot of fun, the staff was very friendly and the ship was beautifully decorated for Christmas. Our dining experience was wonderful. The Oceanview was crowded at times but we always found a table with little difficulty. We did the Tuscan Grill, Qsine and the Lawn Grille. The Tuscan had very good food and the service was good. The Qsine was great fun. We shared a table with another couple which made it even more fun. Great food in good portions. The Lawn Grille was great...wonderful service with amazing food. It did seem as though most of the entertainment was good but we have seen better. I'm sure the time of year had something to do with that. We didn't particpate in many activities. The service couldn't have been better in our opinion. The staff was all friendly and smiling, always willing to help. We have been to all the ports before so there were no surprises there. We took 3 ship excursions and they were handled well. Embarkation was the best we ever had. For disembarkation, we did express walk off and were among the first off so it went well for us. The internet was frustrating. It would frequently not be available or would disconnect our session in the middle of the session. The Internet Cafe staff did their best to help us and it did work better in the cafe. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
Celebrity Reflection is a fabulous ship with a great crew. Celebrity Cruises Captains Club. The once great loyalty program of the once best Premium Cruise Line has expired. We completed our first Celebrity cruise in December ... Read More
Celebrity Reflection is a fabulous ship with a great crew. Celebrity Cruises Captains Club. The once great loyalty program of the once best Premium Cruise Line has expired. We completed our first Celebrity cruise in December 1996. It did not take many cruises for us to decide Celebrity was indeed the best. (We have now cruised on 14 other lines.) On our 22nd Celebrity cruise we were the top cruisers and were bestowed the honors and special attention we were amazed at. We are now back on the Celebrity Reflection for the 7th time on our 59th cruise with Celebrity. This is the thirteenth wedding anniversary we have celebrated on a Celebrity ship. Five days into the cruise and we have not seen nor have we received a simple welcome message or note from the Captains Club. (Nor from anybody else.) The Captains Club loyalty program has become an advertising gimmick and nothing else. The only clients on a Celebrity ship that really matter now are the “SUITE PEOPLE” and the “HEAVY GAMBLERS. Never could we imagine a Celebrity ship providing “FREE DRINKS” for the gamblers in the casino. If only Royal Caribbean would recognize our Zenith level on their ships. I guess as the saying goes, “all good things must end”. Entertainment was average but not up to Celebrity's usual standard. The Lawn Club Grill is a great experience and "La Petite Chef" in the Quisine restaurant is a very unique "show on your plate" with excellent food. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
We rarely do 2 cruise vacations in one year, but enjoyed our march cruise on reflection so much we figured we would do a slightly different caribbean itinerary and book again, our room was taken, so we booked a floor down., 7262.it was ... Read More
We rarely do 2 cruise vacations in one year, but enjoyed our march cruise on reflection so much we figured we would do a slightly different caribbean itinerary and book again, our room was taken, so we booked a floor down., 7262.it was great, good stateroom attendant., room on either side of us were larger when we peeked in after cruise was over....entertainment was as others reviewed was not the best, the comedians were fine, but the cast of singers and dancers was not great, in fact the first show was the same....cruise director was wonderful and entertaining...i have no problems with the food in opus dining, and never had to wait long for our favorite table when dining select., the hamburgers and hot dogs are grilled than steamed, at the grill...and enjoyed the breakfast and lunch buffets.the itinerary in over night aruba was disappointing, as we got in at 4:00, not exactly a full day either days....and bonaire was too short a day, leaving at 2:30.....nothing doing in colombia, disappointed in tour we booked...weather was quite different than march, windy and cloudy....and the shuttle in grand cayman was a busy mess with crowded buses. sounds like a lot of complaining, but we did enjoy this cruise, and would recommend it. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
We had a great cruise on the Celebrity Reflection in Nov-Dec 2018. Since we live in Tampa we drove to Ft. Lauderdale on Nov. 25 to board the ship on Nov 26. We always go the day before the cruise because you never know when an accident ... Read More
We had a great cruise on the Celebrity Reflection in Nov-Dec 2018. Since we live in Tampa we drove to Ft. Lauderdale on Nov. 25 to board the ship on Nov 26. We always go the day before the cruise because you never know when an accident on I-75 will shut down the interstate for hours. We normally stay at a Rodeway Inn on Route 84, and they provide transportation to the ship and come get you when the ship returns. We boarded the ship from terminal 25, which was just remodeled for the Edge, and it was fantastic. They have a special elevator and lounge for suite guests, and it was very tastefully done. Unfortunately, this was the first time that the Reflection had docked there and no one at the dock seemed to know where we should go. After three 75 yard trips pulling our luggage to different places we finally found a porter who knew where we should go, and after that, it was fairly smooth. Once we got to the suite boarding lounge we had to wait about 15 minutes before we could go thru security although there were 6 security people there, seemingly not knowing what to do. However, we made it thru security, and the two Michael's Club hosts greeted us and escorted us to the ship and to Michael's club where we had a drink before we went to Luminae, which is a restaurant just for suite guests. About 1 pm, our cabins were ready, and we had our luggage delivered about 2:30, so we were able to do most of our unpacking before the lifeboat drill at 3:30. Our muster station was in Murano Restaurant and it was way overcrowded. They played a video showing you what you should do, but it was difficult to see the TV screens. You no longer have to go to your cabin, get your life jacket, and go the life boats. I cannot believe that the Coast Guard allows this, but evidently they do. This was our second cruise on the Reflection, but our 16th on Celebrity and about 40th cruises overall. There had been some major changes since we cruised on the Silhouette in February 2018; some changes we liked and others we did not. The Reflection has added 20 or so suites, so you had about 40 more passengers in Luminae and in Michael's Club, but the size of the restaurant and club was the same. As a result both places were always crowded. On the plus side, the breakfast for Elite, Elite plus, and Zenith passengers in the Tuscan Grill had returned to the way it was a couple of years ago. When we were on the Silhouette for our previous two cruises, you had a mini buffet, whereas now you got served like it used to be. Sure hope this change was on all the Celebrity ships. The crew was great as always, although the top officers did not seem to be as accessible as on previous cruises. Our suite butler, Allano, and our room steward, Enia, were great. We are going back on the Reflection in March 2019 and we learned that Allano would still be there. Since suite guests get the premium beverage package anyway, Celebrity has change their policy for the refrigerator in your cabin. Before, you were charged for the drinks in you frig or the water on you desk, but no longer. You no longer get the airline booze bottles, but the frig is stocked with some soft drinks and beer. You can ask your butler if you have a special request and he (or she) will do their best to get what you want. I like Blue Moon beer, and it was not available in most of the bars, including Michael's Club. I asked Allano if he could get me some, and after that, our frig was stocked with Blue Moon!! What a great butler!. The food in Luminae was great, just as it had been on the Silhouette, and the service was great. We had one of the same waiters, Josue, that we had on the Silhouette in February, and he took great care of us. Luminae is not open for lunch on port days, so we ate at the buffet, and it was very good, but of course it was very crowded. Our first port was Grand Cayman which we had been to many times before, so we did not get off the ship. The seas were rough, so the Captain took the ship to the other side of the island, and they had to ferry you to shore, then bus you to the other side where the stores were, and we thought that was too much of a hassle. You had no problem getting a deck chair by the pool, so that was great. Our next port was Cartagena, Columbia, and we had been there several times, so we opted to stay on the ship. On previous cruises we had taken some of the tours, and they were good, but we decided to forgo the ones they offered. After Cartagena, we docked at Aruba about 4 pm and we were there until 6 pm the next day. We took the Captain's Club tour, and it was excellent. This was just for Captain's Club members, but just about everyone on the ship that we met had sailed with Celebrity before. Our suggestion is that if there is a tour you really want to take, book it before you get on the ship. Celebrity changed its policy earlier that you can now use on board credit in advance to pay for a tour, and that is what we did. We talked to a lot of guests who were not able to book this tour because it was full. Our next port was Curacao, and we had been here once before but it was about 10 years ago. We took the Panoramic Curacao tour and it was great. Curacao has built a lot of shops in and around the fort, where you dock. We almost did not recognize the place because so many shops and restaurants had been built. We walked thru the fort area and went across the floating bridge. Unfortunately no boats wanted to go into the inland harbor, so we did not get to see the bridge open, but we did several years ago. Our next port was Bonaire, and we had never been there before. It is a small island with not much to do unless you want to go to the beach. The water is really blue and pretty, but since we live in Florida, and have access to great beaches, we do not take beach tours on cruises. We opted to take the Bonaire Highlights tour, and it was not good. Unlike the previous two tours, this was on a very small mini bus that took you over really bumpy roads, and the tour guide shouted all of her talk because she did not have a mike. Unfortunately I was sitting in the front of the little bus, and she was opposite me. I wished I had brought my earplugs because she was so loud. We were really happy to get back to the ship. We do not recommend this tour unless you like small buses and bumpy roads. Entertainment on the ship was fairly good, but there were no big names like Jane Curry or Claire. The show with a group that sings Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons had two shows and they were great. As always, the Celebrity singers and dancers were great. The comedy juggler Pete Matthews was very good; we had seen him before. Michael Paul and Raegar were also very good. We ate at three of the specialty restaurants, Murano, Tuscan Grill, and Quisine since we got the 3 restaurant package. We have eaten at Murano on various ships and always got the Dover Sole, just as we did this time. Previously the waiter cooked and boned the fish at our table; this time he just boned it, and the presentation was not nearly as good, and neither was the Dover Sole. The filet at Tuscan Grill is always good, but sometimes they overcook it. Our best experience was at Quisine—the presentation and the food were excellent, and we will certainly eat there again on our next cruise in March. You can now prepay for the specialty restaurants using on board credit, but we opted not to do that because we did not know what the entertainment schedule was going to be. We like to eat early and go to the early show and you cannot eat in a specialty restaurant and make the 7 pm show. Celebrity has a smartphone app that will let you access what the menus and the entertainment are, and you do not have to have the internet package to get it. We found that the menus were pretty accurate, but the entertainment schedule was not. This is only available on 4 ships currently, but the Reflection is one of them. Hopefully when we go back in March 2019 they will have the bugs worked out. We have been on many cruises on several cruise lines, but Celebrity is our favorite by far, and we look forward to our next 4 cruises that we have already booked. We discovered a few years ago that you generally get better prices and perks if you book while you are on board and have the reservation transferred to your local travel agent. Our agent normally gives us an on board credit that is the same that Celebrity gives us. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
We chose celebrity reflection due to the good reviews and also bad reviews from other cruise lines. For our first cruise this one came out best. Excellent food in all restaurants, entertainment for all types of people, Internet a bit hit ... Read More
We chose celebrity reflection due to the good reviews and also bad reviews from other cruise lines. For our first cruise this one came out best. Excellent food in all restaurants, entertainment for all types of people, Internet a bit hit and miss, but that’s nothing really when going on a holiday to relax. Captain was a blast, very good sense of humour, cruise director kept everyone entertained. Excursions from the ship were well organised, the embarkation and disembarkation were first class, to get over 3000 persons off the ship in an organised manor was excellent. We met some very good friends that will be friends forever. We had very good times at the Martini bar most nights, the staff here worker really hard. Not forgetting the unsung hero’s of the ship, the room attendants who always made sure our stateroom was in tip top condition Will definitely be going on a celebrity cruise again Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Celebrity Reflection Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 4.6
Dining 5.0 4.3
Entertainment 4.0 3.8
Public Rooms 4.0 4.6
Fitness Recreation 5.0 4.1
Family 4.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.7
Enrichment 4.0 3.6
Service 5.0 4.5
Value For Money 5.0 4.1
Rates 4.0 4.1

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