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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
From standing for 3/12 hours in terminal or outside in weather to embark to the EXTREMELY long distance walk to disembark the cruise was disappointing. For a Holiday Cruise it was not very decorated. Had a balcony room with no bathrobes ... Read More
From standing for 3/12 hours in terminal or outside in weather to embark to the EXTREMELY long distance walk to disembark the cruise was disappointing. For a Holiday Cruise it was not very decorated. Had a balcony room with no bathrobes or toiletries. The cabin had poor storage. The cabin service was excellent as was all the service on the ship. The food in dining room was mediocre. My opinion is that there are so many specialty restaurants now, wanting you to spend more $, that the dining food has been dumbed down.The buffet food was generally tasteless, but an abundance of choices.Entertainment was alright, nothing special. For Christmas Eve there was a service that was pathetic. I don't know if the problem is the ship or this is the way Celebrity now operates. The walk from the ship to land was very, very long in St. Martin. There should be some type of transportation for seniors without having to get wheelchairs, which is what we will have to have available on next cruise Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
I am a 45 yo German guy and I've been cruising since 2001. After about 40 cruises with different cruise lines (Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Costa, MSC, NCL, Cunrard) I think I know what I am talking about. Celebrity has been my ... Read More
I am a 45 yo German guy and I've been cruising since 2001. After about 40 cruises with different cruise lines (Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Costa, MSC, NCL, Cunrard) I think I know what I am talking about. Celebrity has been my first and favorite cruise line so far. During the first years (2001-2008) the experience was outstanding: Excellent food, great pool parties with big fruit buffets, baked alaska parade in the main dining room, Buffet Magnifique, theme parties nearly every night, great party bands at the pool. Later they skipped the more expensive events like the big midnight buffet or the fruit buffet (I can understand that due to waste off food, but these big WOW-events made cruising so special!). Now they've even skipped the Baked Alaska Parade. On Celebrity you've always been treated like a familiy member - no matter how much you've paid for your cabin. Now it hurts and makes me angry to see that all those times are gone. Well ... we all know that cruise lines are cutting back service and try to make as much money out of every single guest as possible. The really bad thing is: On Celebrity Cruises they make you feel like a second class guest if you resist getting ripped off! That has nothing to do with vacation. Now some details: I needed a vacation and decided to go by myself on a 14-N-Caribbean-Cruise on Celebrity Reflection out of Fort Lauderdale. I loved the itinerary because of all the beautiful beaches. Embarkation: Being an Elite Captains Club member I used the priority line for Select and Elite members. Big mistake, because most guests on this cruise have been Elite or higher! There were just 5 or 6 counters for our line (and all disabled people were led by your line and taken to our counters, too) while the line for non-priority guests had more than 10 counters. Well, we found out too late ... and waited about an hour in our priority line. Cabin: The cabin is a big plus. While colors are quite boring, there's a lot of space. The cabin attendant was excellent. He worked hard and did an amazing job. Entertainment: I liked the shows and the guest entertainers. Celebrity still has its own live orchestra on stage - I really appreciate that. The production shows were just ok to me, because I am not a big fan of acrobats. I prefer great singers, dancers and songs that touch my heart. So I liked some shows more and some less. Still the quality was really high! Activity Program: This was just poor. Many trivias spread all over the day and evening. Most other activities were sales events. They tried to milk you like a cow: bleach your teeth, “art” auctions (many silly copies of paintings you will find on all other cruise lines), future cruise sales presentations, port shopping guide presentations, shop-on-board-special-sales, Martini tastings …. If you’re not willing to spend a lot of extra money bring a nice book or you’ll get bored! Be aware that on longer cruises right before Christmas the crowd is really old. I usually enjoyed the mix on previous cruises, but here was no serious mix. That’s still not a big problem. I just blame Celebrity for adjusting all the activity and music program to people being at least 80yo. @Celebrity: even those people still know how to party and enjoy themselves if you give them the opportunity! There was no real party band that rocked any party or played at the pool while we left the Caribbean ports. Instead they had a DJ at all the featured parties at night. One night they had the ABBA mania. What a big event: The DJ played ABBA songs and the crowd stood around the grand foyer (spread on 3 decks) and sang along the lyrics which had been shown on a screen. Sorry, but that’s just poor – at least for a Premium cruise line. Where’s a band with great singers that rock the party? Usually at 11:30 pm all public venues on the ship were deserted. In the Sky Lounge (late night disco) you still found around 12-15 guests every night. The other 2985 obviously went to bed because they were either too old or just bored! This was my FIRST cruise I felt bored – and usually went to bed, too – despite the CLASSIC drink package which I will discuss next! CLASSIC DRINK PACKAGE – check it out before you pay for it: I prebooked the classic drink package (drinks up to 9 USD are included) for around 700 USD. My first experience: I gladly checked the Bar menus. Every bar has its own featured drinks.The bad thing: Before they sell you a drink package they should tell you that ALL the featured drinks are around 11 USD or higher (you can get them when you pay the price difference)! Later I found out that I could find a standard selection of included drinks on the last pages of the bar menus. After a couple of days I got bored of that limited choice, too. Don’t get me wrong - I would have been willing to pay the extra dollars if I didn’t have had the following experience: On the first night I went to the WORLD CLASS BAR to join the Solo Travelers gathering. Quite confident I went to the bar to get a prosecco for 9 USD (which was supposed to be included in my package). The barman told me that at this bar ONLY PREMIUM DRINKS are served. Wow, I was on a Premium Line and had to pay extra (after having paid 700,- USD) to get a drink at a bar where the ship scheduled a gathering for solo travelers? I felt like a second class guest and decided to leave without a drink. At the other bar I asked for Prosecco with some Kir. Well, I was told that they had to charge an extra dollar for that drink. For a dish of sugar sirup? I refused and stuck with my prosecco. Feeling second class continues in the main dining room: The appetizers were mostly nice, but the main dishes have just been excellent at the 3 gala nights. Only at those nights the food reminded me of the good old times when I started cruising. All other nights the main dishes were quite poor. One night the selection was meatballs, spaghetti pomodoro, schnitzels with potato salad and 2 other dishes I don’t remember. The taste was ok, but would you expect that choice on a PREMIUM LINE? Well, my comment was countered by the staff: go to the specialty restaurants and pay an extra fee (up to 55 USD) – there you will get Premium food! Hm … haven’t I already paid a cruise on a Premium Line? Ok, if you book an Aqua Class Cabin or a Suite you will probably get Premium food in the restaurants that are reserved just for those guests. I don’t think that I am willing to find that out any more. My conclusion: YOU HAVE TO PAY EXTRA FOR MOST SERVICES/FOOD/DRINKS THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO BE PREMIUM. Otherwise you will be treated like a second class guest. Nothing special happens on the ship at all. One thing I want to make clear: All the staff on the ship worked really hard and was absolutely friendly. I would never blame them for any negative experience. The company’s policies are the reason for not returning to ships that made me feel home several years ago. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We chose this cruise because we were on the Reflection last year and enjoyed it, we were happy to see a new Cruise Director this year, as we didn't care for the Cruise Director last year. Something has changed in the past few ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we were on the Reflection last year and enjoyed it, we were happy to see a new Cruise Director this year, as we didn't care for the Cruise Director last year. Something has changed in the past few yearss, the Assistant Cruise Director, who used to do such a good job at events now seems invisible on the ship. This was noticed last year and even more so this year. Unfortunately the ship entertainment seemed to cater to the elderly passengers for most of the cruise. The shows were poor in the Theatre, we've always, until this cruise enjoyed going to most of the theatre performances, this cruise we chose to stay away most nights. I agree with others who say there is way too much upselling on the ship. I don't want to be pushed into select dining everynight., We were Aqua Spa so we've already paid a big difference to dine in the Blu Dining Room. Enjoyed the Blu very much, the service is alway great and the greetings warm and welcoming. The food was good at dinner, chose mostly not to go to Blu for breakfast. Our room steward was great, for the most part the service was good, but I agree, the service at the pool was non existent. The Cafe Bacia gave outstanding service, always greeting guests nicely and making every effort to make the guests experience a good one. Both embarkment and disembarkment went flawlessly. Enjoyed all of the ports. Our room was nice, clean and comfortable. The Ap doesn't work on Android phones but we didn't know this until about the 3rd night when it showed we had a tender when we didn't. We missed events because the event did not show on the Ap. I wish, if it was known to be inaccurate that would have been explained so that we wouldn't have counted on the Ap to show the up coming events. When we went to the service counter we found the staff to be very helpful. Do the crew get the gratuities or not? I feel that 18% on a premium drink package should cover drink gratuities but it seems everyone expects to be tipped above this amount. Makes me wish the manditory graduities were not in place since so many passengers feel they need to say thank you for good service, yet this has already been paid with the package. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
This was my 38th cruise with Celebrity - and first time aboard the Celebrity Reflection. Right off the bat, I noticed that the staff were really friendly and seemed happy - a "reflection" I believe of the great leadership of the ... Read More
This was my 38th cruise with Celebrity - and first time aboard the Celebrity Reflection. Right off the bat, I noticed that the staff were really friendly and seemed happy - a "reflection" I believe of the great leadership of the Captain. The menus to my knowledge are the same I believe on the Solstice ships but the food on this cruise was the best I have ever experienced. The chefs and their staffs are really competent and love their jobs - they are also really friendly with the guests. I was really impressed, and rate them A++++. We had the best waiter ever - Perfecto is his name and trust me, he is perfect and did everything he could to make our dining experience the best possible. The ship is really clean - cleanest I have seen of all the Solstice ships I have cruised on - and the staff around the pool, lead by Summer, work very hard and were a great success. The ports of call were mixed. Grenada was terrible, so was Antigua. Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao are exceptional ports. Barbados is nothing to write home about. When we were on the cruise a friend was on the Silhouette at the same time during a shore excursion in Dominica experienced a gun battle - and it was real, not an act. Scary port!!! Now the not so good part. The entertainment overall was poor. Eddy was the cruise director, and quite honestly, was missing in action for the first 9 days of the cruise. Samantha Smith was back and again shouted her performance. The Celebrity Singers were mediocre at best and had the weakest vocal abilities I have ever seen on a Celebrity ship. Alysse Brant and Jessie Hamilton were top notch - the rest was yawn - boring. It also appeared that the entertainment was last minute - Eddy, where were you????? With the exception of the last production, the others were pointless, had no story lines and were just dumb. The Celebrity Activities Staff also need to be counselled. They could not wait to get out of their activities - especially the female american calling Bingo around the pool. When the boss (Eddy) seems disinterested, so does everyone else. House Band Inc were loud, and quite honestly a pain in the butt. Worst house band I have ever listened to aboard Celebrity. The Entertainment Section of that ship require a complete overhaul - time for a refit, pardon the analogies. If you do not care about the entertainment, then this cruise is for you. Celebrity need to wake up - competition is getting stiff and people care about on board entertainment. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
Picked this cruise for price and length 14 Days for 4600. First night out was woken from deep sleep due to noise in cabin caused by ships movement so they said loud snaps and pops coming from all over cabin couldn't be slept through. ... Read More
Picked this cruise for price and length 14 Days for 4600. First night out was woken from deep sleep due to noise in cabin caused by ships movement so they said loud snaps and pops coming from all over cabin couldn't be slept through. 14 cruises I have been on and this is the first time cabin made so much noise crew was no help. When sailing slow and in calm seas cabin was quiet. I am tired of shore excursions with inadequate transportation crummy busses lousy seats antiquated vehicles next time I cruise will get better excursions on my own. Moving buffet stations and then acting like I don't know where to look one week at one location and then another. Service from bar staff to bring drinks was very hard to come by had to chase them down to get something. Typical over crowding in the main restaurant hard to get table have to hold table while spouse gets food and then get mine. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
For background, over the last 20 years or so, my wife and I have sailed on 24 cruises, 8 of them on Celebrity and the rest on both premium and luxury ships, small, medium and large. Our experience on this Reflection cruise was quite a step ... Read More
For background, over the last 20 years or so, my wife and I have sailed on 24 cruises, 8 of them on Celebrity and the rest on both premium and luxury ships, small, medium and large. Our experience on this Reflection cruise was quite a step below our last cruise on the same ship just 18 months ago. This time, we opted for a premium suite hoping for a better or at least similar experience as our last cruise in a basic suite. The suite service was good both times, including Michael's Club and Luminae. However, ship-wide, we had to endure the same spotty service, aggressive sales pitches and lower food quality, etc. along with everyone else on the ship. Some of the worst service was in the Sky Lounge, the Ensemble Lounge, the pool area, and the Oceanview Cafe. Trying to get someone to wait on you was a test in patience. Furthermore, prices for most drinks and extras seemed to have increased as well. Guest entertainers were quite good, while the onboard production shows were disjointed, and too loud. The options for the days at sea were mostly pitches to sell you something, and the free lectures were pretty mundane. I think that the problem may have a lot to do with the recent introduction of the Celebrity "Perks" promotions. The idea is to entice customers to book a cruise by offering extras like a free internet package, free drinks package, free prepaid gratuities, etc. What happens is that there is little incentive for Celebrity to provide anything above the basics that just increases their costs. Instead, they push onboard sales and specialties for extra revenue. Given these issues, getting more from the "Perks" has actually resulted in less quality. We seriously doubt we will be sailing on Celebrity anytime soon again.. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 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
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
We are bargain/deal led cruisers. We're not loyal to any one cruise line. This was our 5th cruise. Previously we had cruised with P&O, RCCL and NCL. We decided to book the 10 night Ultimate Caribbean with Celebrity because we got ... Read More
We are bargain/deal led cruisers. We're not loyal to any one cruise line. This was our 5th cruise. Previously we had cruised with P&O, RCCL and NCL. We decided to book the 10 night Ultimate Caribbean with Celebrity because we got a free Classic drinks package and free WIFI on board. We were aware of the good reputation of Celebrity, so we booked with confidence. Prior to the cruise we were also got an upgrade to a Concierge room. The ship was understated and elegant compared to some we have cruised on before. The ship was in excellent condition throughout and very well maintained. Check in was a breeze and we boarded the ship immediately. The fastest embarkation of any cruise we've been on. Staff were very friendly and courteous and always on hand should you need anything. Buffet was of very good quality, but had an issue with flies. Not a meal went by without having to swipe flies away from your plate. I also witnessed flies on some of the buffet food and it put me off eating all together. The biggest surprise for us was the age range of the other passengers. We are both 35-40 years old. The average age of the cruise passengers was 50-70 and everything seemed geared towards them. Unless you particularly enjoy being around an older generation I would strongly advise the 20-40 age group to avoid Celebrity altogether. There are no Clubs, duelling Piano bars, Pubs, Kareoke bars, Sports bars or even Comedy clubs on board. Quite the opposite in fact. Just sedate bars and lounges which were dull to say the least. Lots of older/elderly people just sitting in silence. There was no variety at all and this made the on board offering bland as hell. Also there was an excessive number of high end retail stores on board. These stores were practically empty the entire cruise and seemed like such a waste of space. If Celebrity want to appeal to a younger cruiser, they need to diversify their offerings and better use the space on board. Also because of the age range of the passengers, after 5.30pm everyone got smartly dressed which created a formal atmosphere. Men were dressed in trousers and shirts and ladies in dresses or evening wear. Personally we're not fans of formal evenings, but this ship felt formal every night. No matter what bar or lounge you visited, you simply couldn't find a casual and relaxing environment. We're on holiday and want to be able to rock up to a bar in casual clothing and for that to feel acceptable. This was never an issue on NCL, RCCL or P&O, but on Celebrity it was. The grey hair brigade are out in force and staring down their noses as you stand at the bar in your casuals waiting to order a drink. It made us feel very self conscious and we ended up changing our attire every evening just to feel comfortable. The entertainment on board was poor to say the least. Broken Strings had absolutely no narrative and was a bunch of people singing at each other in a barn, but no explanation as to why! Likewise the Caberet show was promoted as some of the biggest songs from Broadway and the West End, but what followed was mostly obscure songs from little known shows. A totally wasted opportunity that should've showcased songs we know and love. In fairness, the female singers were very talented and could've easily have had a show built around them. Overall, compared to shows offered on RCCL and Norwegian, Celebrity was well below par. My biggest bug bare was the smoking situation on the ship. Celebrity do not allow smoking anywhere inside the ship and they are to be congratulated for this. However, this meant the two bars on deck 15 (top of the ship) called Sunset and Mast have been designated in part, as smoking areas. The Sunset bar especially is a lovely bar at the rear of the ship, but it stinks of cigarettes and cigars ALL the time. So you can forget drinking at both of these bars unless you'd like a lung full of cancer. We were so disappointed, as every other cruise ship we had been on had lovely smoke free bars at the rear of the ship to enjoy. As non smokers we were forced to use the pool bar on deck 14 or endure the stench of both bars on deck 15. Agreed, smokers have to be given somewhere to smoke, but they most certainly should not be given both of the bars on deck 15. Its also worth adding that the Sunset bar is directly above the outisde eating area for the Buffet and the stench of smoke wafted down. So this was another area we had to avoid. Celebrity is most certainly a quality cruise line. The food was of very good quality as were the service levels from staff. But because the ship is dominated by an older, more sedate crowd, everything feels conservative and dull. There needs to be a greater variety of bars with more upbeat offerings. The entertainment needs a complete overhaul and the smoking area removed from the Sunset bar. If it hadn't been for a great itinerary, free WIFI and free alcohol this cruise would've been a total bust. Personally, we much prefer freestyle cruising and would opt for Norwegian or RCCL next time. However, the free perks offered by Celebrity are hard to beat and I have to concede that we saved a LOT of money. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
This was our 4th cruise on Celebrity; second & last on Reflection. Prior experiences on Summit & Millennium were outstanding, and we thought that Celebrity would be our preferred line going forward - not so sure any longer - food ... Read More
This was our 4th cruise on Celebrity; second & last on Reflection. Prior experiences on Summit & Millennium were outstanding, and we thought that Celebrity would be our preferred line going forward - not so sure any longer - food & entertainment were disappointing. We are 55/63, still working, and have cruised frequently since 2005. Started with Carnival in the Mediterranean, and used Carnival extensively, achieving platinum status. Also sailed Princess, Holland, and Norwegian. First Celebrity cruise on Millennium about 7 years ago, and we thought that we had found a new home. The itinerary for this cruise was the selling point as we had never been to Columbia, Panama, or the East Coast of Costa Rica. A bonus was that it was on Celebrity. For this cruise, we had 3 persons with my wife's sister joining us. We opted for a 'Family Balcony' cabin #7108 so as to avoid the need for 2 rooms. Great decision - not cheap, but a very large room which was much better than 2 rooms. It was located all the way forward, so we received advance warning of arrivals/departures as we heard all of the mechanical preparations for anchorage or docking - no need for a wake up call. As mentioned, the food & entertainment are the weakness of this ship. Food was good quality, but variety was boring. We ate in the dining room every evening, table #144, 9 persons. We joined 3 other couples who we had not previously met - delightful. The evening menu offered a few standard items, and more often than not, our table ordered these items such as a Caesar salad & NY Steak because there was nothing of interest on the featured menu of the day. Lunch in the buffet also had a weak menu & offerings. The deli was a poor set up with little to offer - Ham (sometimes), Turkey (sometimes), Bavarian Loaf ? (everyday). The Chicken Salad was disgusting. The Deli had a panini press, but I did not see any customer order an item served from the panini press. The salad selections were repetitive, and had limited salad bar toppings. 3 selections of soup, but little that is popular - 1 chilled soup, 1 clear broth, 1 variety soup but on an 11 day cruise that 3rd soup was Black Bean 3X, Mushroom 2X, and Split Pea 2X - don't recall the other 4 days, but the selection was never chicken noodle or vegetable beef. Desserts were primarily cakes or mousse - no pies. Many cakes had a poor texture, not edible. Entertainment was limited primarily to the main show. The staff performers were pretty good, but in general the featured hired talent did not have talent. There is no good alternative to the main show - no comedy club or other offering. The Sky Lounge is probably the only other venue of size which could be developed, but it is used primarily for Karaoke, so if your ship mates do not have talent, you are out of luck. Positives - our stateroom attendant Elroy was superb. Our dining room waiter, staff, and sommelier did a great job. We are looking for a ship for the next cruise, so please post comments. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
We have sailed over 16 times on royal Caribbean, and twice on celebrity, and have always heard that celebrity was better than royal Caribbean. My wife and I are 50 and 56 and are quite easy to keep happy, my favorite saying is THE WORST ... Read More
We have sailed over 16 times on royal Caribbean, and twice on celebrity, and have always heard that celebrity was better than royal Caribbean. My wife and I are 50 and 56 and are quite easy to keep happy, my favorite saying is THE WORST DAY ON A SHIP STILL BEATS BEST DAY AT WORK. The ship is in awesome shape, you cannot find a fault with anything on the ship or the condition of it. Our dining room attendants were over the top,Orville, Odis and Alexandra were exceptional (as was all other staff on board without exception) and made up for any and all other short comings on board. The food was good in the dining room and tasted better just cuz I didn't have to cook it myself. The food at the buffet was excellent and certainly overrides any buffets offered on dry land. On port days, disembarkation and loading were fast and without fault. And OHHH , the iced cloths at the end of as hot day- priceless. Even passengers from the carnival ship docked next to us enjoyed the cloths. But!!! 1)The food in the dining room was "less than" in quality to what it used to be, but equal to royal Caribbean. Many guests stated that the quality of food had depreciated over last couple years 2) the entertainment was less than stellar, an excellent ventriloquist with same show for two nights, a comedian that was equally as good but even threw jabs at ships TV service. The entertainment was so minimal that we went to theatre to re-watch mission impossible since other option was go to our room 3)TV stations, all totaled there were 24 channels, the first 10 were all celebrity channels, and after the 2nd or 3rd day we lost all other channels that had any updates(news) outside of ship life. We are elite members so we asked if we could get a deal on WiFi to be up to date with any news and they told us the WiFi packages were what they were and the prices were as stated. 4)the singers that were in Centrum areas had 2,or 3 band members, the bands were very good, but singers were enough to make you wish you were deaf 5) the variety store on second day was sold out of bug repellant, kind of essential for rain forest excursion offered by ship that we purchased. And selection of munchies available in store was sparse at best. This being said, I'll be booking back on RCI. BUT, even with these negative aspects, I'M STILL GLAD I WENT ON A CRUISE INSTEAD OF STAYING HOME Read Less
Celebrity Reflection Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 0.0
Dining 5.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 5.0 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 4.0 0.0
Service 5.0 0.0
Value For Money 5.0 0.0
Rates 4.0 0.0

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