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Celebrity Reflection

Cruise Critic Editor Rating:
5.0
1,548 reviews
Why Choose Celebrity Reflection?

Pro

Newest ship in the Celebrity fleet, impressive free and for-a-fee dining options

Con

Exclusive venues for suite guests could make other passengers feel excluded

Bottom Line

Stylish and contemporary mega-ship cruising with exceptional service


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2018
Relaxing wonderful vacation. Staff very friendly. Clean ship. We missed the dining room entertainment by the wait staff and was told by wait staff this is not done any longer due to Celebrity Select dining. Celebrity Select dining ... Read More
Relaxing wonderful vacation. Staff very friendly. Clean ship. We missed the dining room entertainment by the wait staff and was told by wait staff this is not done any longer due to Celebrity Select dining. Celebrity Select dining also not well run. The entertainment and DJ also a little lack lustre. The silent disco was a lot of fun and well run. Our stateroom attendant and butler did not leave towel animals for our kids. I had hoped they would at least do one on Easter, but they did not. We all missed that. The attendants kept our room clean and tidy. Q’ sine is a fun place to eat and is a great addition. We really enjoyed it. Fort Lauderdale is a wonderful port to sail out of. The staff of Celebrity Reflection are accommodating and helpful. Our family did a zip line tour as shore excursion and it was well run and enjoyable. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
CELEBRITY REFLECTION REVIEW First, the ship was of a higher quality that any I’ve been on with other cruise lines. In part, perhaps, because it is newer by several years, but, also, I think, by concept. The MDR, for example, is ... Read More
CELEBRITY REFLECTION REVIEW First, the ship was of a higher quality that any I’ve been on with other cruise lines. In part, perhaps, because it is newer by several years, but, also, I think, by concept. The MDR, for example, is sleek and modern, open and light. I think the quality of the furnishings throughout and even the wall materials are of a higher quality. The food: though the presentation was flawless and the silver service was classy, I didn’t think the main courses stood out significantly, but don’t get me wrong they were all good. The desserts, on the other hand, were tastier. If I had a complaint relative to other cruise lines I’ve been on it would be that the number of choices was noticeable fewer. We did have prime rib twice and baked onion soup available every day. There was a lobster night but we missed it because we ate in a speciality restaurant that evening. [I should pause to mention: there were 8 of us - 3 couples from Norway and another single guy and me.] The bartender service varied from bar to bar of course and was probably our group’s biggest complaint. However, they had a slew of roving pool butlers who were constantly available on the pool decks. Super service. Plus they had a roving cart for beer, basic wine bottles, and waters. At breakfast, they had a roving car for coffee refills plus fresh OJ if one had a package. The art work around the ship was hit and miss. There were some clever and interesting pieces but there were also a lot of very random, very boring photos (probably by some famous artist) but they were bad - like an angled B&W photo of a flagpole or similar. Back to the food: we had birthday dinner for two of the guys in the Tuscan speciality restaurant. The waiter was very entertaining and the fillet mignon I had ranks with the best cuts of beef anywhere. This is the first time I have had a seating time. Though they offer reservations and walk-in service on the upper level of the MDR, we were set at 8:30. Personally, I think its the lesser of the two times as it is right in the middle of the shows schedule. So I didn’t got to any shows at all tho a few of the hit the 7 o’clock show a couple of times. The information on what was on was scant, and I didn’t see any indications of the big, fun musical and dance shows that I like on other lines. We had a balcony cabin. Again, the furnishings were of a great quality, especially the sofa which was longer and more plush than other’s. The bathroom was large. One of the nice things about the balcony was the chairs. They were mini-recliners. One could nap out there. The fitness center was well-equipped with windows both forward and starboard. The spa was inexpensive compared, in part, said the manager, because they had no water features. Heated ceramic loungers, a heated aromatic room, a steam room, a dry sauna, AND an ice room. And surprise surprise: I had all my breakfasts except 1 in the buffet, which is exceptional for me as I like the white table cloth experiences of a sit-down breakfast, but the buffet opened onto a rear deck which was super super. Counting the deck, the buffet was aft, starboard, and port sides with great choices and almost always places to sit - even for our group. Biggest disappointment. I only found ONE ice cream machine - and it was frozen yoghurt One of the fun places was the Martini Bar in the atrium. Shaped like () with the bartenders in the middle, The bar was a frozen ice-covered thing. A funny bar story: one of the Swedish women meant to order a Cosmopolitan but it got lost in translation and she ordered a Manhattan. Not. Quite. The. Same. No one had ever had a Manhattan before except me. The lawn area with real grass was a nice touch but I couldn’t get our crew to plop down on it so it was just something to look at for us. The casino was not part of a pass-through which it is on many ships so I didn’t have to walk through the smoky areas as it was off to the side. Thankfully. I do find it funny: on the smaller ships I’ve been on, there have been three stacks of elevators. On the bigger ships, this one and the NCL Epic, for example, only two. I’ve said I’m not a big fan of the mega-ships but, compared to the Epic, which was super crowded, I never ever felt that the Reflection was too busy even tho there is only one MDR. That is except for the occasional crowded lift - which is to be expected at peak times. The atrium with its hanging trees, was amazing. Finally, getting on and off on the first and last days at Fort Lauderdale was a breeze. We might’ve been 20 minutes getting on and about the same getting off. Would I do Celebrity again? Yes. The Reflection again? Yes. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
We did a 10 day Carribean cruise to Antigua- Barbados-St Lucia and a overnight in St. Maartan with 4 sea days.... This is our fourth Celebrity cruise.... It was a typical cruise with evening entertainment lacking to us..... the ... Read More
We did a 10 day Carribean cruise to Antigua- Barbados-St Lucia and a overnight in St. Maartan with 4 sea days.... This is our fourth Celebrity cruise.... It was a typical cruise with evening entertainment lacking to us..... the comedians were the best of the cruise... the embarkation and disembarkation smooth.... Never did and shore excursions so cannot comment on that... Service at the bars was good for being so busy.... The reflection felt a bit busier than the Equinox and Silhouette.... I found the food in the Opus dining room was good but it does not change much from year to year... but you would not go hungry... My husband had a Massage and enjoyed it very much.... We had the classic beverage package which was perfect for us never asked for anything we could not have... We had dinner at the Tuscan one night not as good as last year for us...We only have sailed with Celebrity so I can not make any comparisons to any other line... All In All we Had a great cruise ... :) Read Less
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