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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
We chose this cruise because of the itinerary as it would check off all the islands we hadn't been to yet and it was overnighting in Aruba and it was a two week cruise which we have never done before. I am going to start from the ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of the itinerary as it would check off all the islands we hadn't been to yet and it was overnighting in Aruba and it was a two week cruise which we have never done before. I am going to start from the beginning and I will tell you our thoughts on this cruise as I know some of the topics are very subjective: EMBARKATION/BOARDING: The ship was docked at Terminal 25, which is the newest terminal and was built for the Edge. This a very large terminal and had a very long desk with more agents than I could count. We got to the terminal at 11:40 and we were on the ship by 12:10 pm. It was one of the easiest embarkations I have ever had! There was plenty of staff to direct us to the correct line and each greeted us with sunny smiles and hellos. Even the security people were pleasant!! There were waiters waiting at the entrance of deck 5 with champagne for us and there was plenty of seating in the lounges for us to wait until we could get to our cabins which was announced that they would be ready at 1:00 PM. We sat in the Ensemble Lounge for a bit and Murano was open so I went and made our specialty dinner reservations for the trip and then we went to Deck 7 to wait to get into our Stateroom. There is a lovely area called the Hideaway on 7 midship which had very comfortable chairs and little nooks to sit and they have fresh coffee service there from early morning until late afternoon, which many of the other decks can take advantage of. We used it quite a bit on this cruise - along with our balcony. As promised, the staterooms were ready at 1 PM and we were able to drop our carry ons and go do some exploring. MUSTER - This where my ONLY criticisim is - Muster started out with a nice surprise. Almost all muster stations are in the dining rooms and lounges so you can sit and not have to stand for a interminably long time. Instead of a boring lecture - they have created a really cute film about emergency procedures, etc. HOWEVER, we were in the Opus Dining Room near the back and the decorative banners were in the way of the movie screen, so we couldn't see anything - we had to look across to the other side of the room to try to see the screen!! Now, this wasn't our first cruise, so we know "the drill"; however, for first time cruisers - this is a problem. We did have a live demo on how to use the vests. SERVICE/CREW: Impeccable service - always smiling and greeting everyone they came across. The staff in the Cafe was great - they butlered a coffee cart around and one of the servers called out " Good Morning - Happy Happy Coffee" every day! That put a smile on everyone's face! We cannot say enough about this crew - they really do care about the ship and its passengers. They were constantly cleaning and sprucing up - I didn't see any deficincies on this ship at all. Every port we stopped at they were cleaning and painting the hull!! FOOD - Now, this is subjective and I know not everyone likes all the food, but we did not have a bad meal the entire 14 days! Murano, Tuscan Grille and the Lawn Grille were absolutely superb! The Opus Dining Room was also excellent and our waitstaff and sommelier was most attentive the entire cruise. The Oceanview Cafe had a marvelous selection of food and I was impressed that they are sensitive to people who have all types of allgeriges - they had almond and soy milk and had a whole selection of gluten free pasteries. STATEROOM - We were on Deck 7 on the "bump" just past midship port side. It was quite spacious and my husband was very pleased with the shower - it was a decent size and he could move around in it. Our stateroom attendant was most attuned to our needs and while we didn't see much of her she kept our room very clean and took care of any requests in a timely manner. ENERTAINMENT/CRUISE DIRECTOR: Eddy, our Cruise Director, really made this cruise a great deal of fun. The passengers were "of a certain age" some older - some younger - and he had something for everyone. We had a Beatles cover band and a Four Seasons cover band and they were both excellent and the ship went wild for both of them. The production shows were very good and the different bands and musical entertainment was excellent and enjoyably toe tapping. They had quite a few Beyond the Podium Lectures which I attended and they were all very interesting. There was plenty to do onboard if you chose to do it. I brought my Mah Jongg set and I am glad I did - they really didn't have a complete set - we had to make up one set from two incomplete sets. Maybe they shouldn't leave the sets out - they should put them away and you would have to sign one out - that may keep the tiles from disappearing, EXCURSIONS/ITINERARY: We did Celebrity Excursions in every port except Grenada and we were pleased with all of them except Antigua. The transportation there was very uncomfortable with small vans with little to no legroom. My husband has bad knees and it was not a good day for him because of this. Needless to say, Antigua was not our favorite stop. We enjoyed all the other stops - especially the ABC islands! As I said, I chose this cruise for the itinerary and it didn't disappoint! DISEMBARKATION; This is always painful and we cannot blame the cruise lines. The fault is always with the Government and the cruise line was really concerned because of the current shudown that there would be more difficuly than usual. When we got our luggage tags - we were told that our number would be called at approximately 9:15 AM. We live in Florida so we didn't have to get off early to get to the airport. They called out number about 9:35 AM which wasn't bad and we found our luggage easily, Then came the wait; there were 6 BP agents which was a pleasant surprise - BUT they didn't have a line for foreign nationals so we were all mixed in so some people went right through, but others took a while. All in all it was about 2 hours to get everything situated, It could have been worse but it is defintely never better. As I said, we are at the mercy of the government and there is nothing the cruise lline can do, This is a cruise we would definitely do again when they bring this itinerary back - maybe it two years or so. There are many many people disappointed that this isn't on the schedule for the forseeable future. Hopefully, Celebrity will be listening and return this itinerary to the schedule in the future. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
this cruise was chosen for its relaxed itinerary and hopefully good weather. It did not disappoint. Reflection lived up to its reputation being a modern sleek and fairly lively ship. Embarkation was in the new terminal created for the ... Read More
this cruise was chosen for its relaxed itinerary and hopefully good weather. It did not disappoint. Reflection lived up to its reputation being a modern sleek and fairly lively ship. Embarkation was in the new terminal created for the Edge, there were lines but we did not wait too long before we were checked in efficiently by the staff there, The terminal did not live up to the hype that some guest were suggesting but it was adequate, As usual after walking what seemed to be an age we eventually got on board the ship to be greeted by the friendly crew with a glass on sparkling wine, We were allowed to our cabins at approx 1:30 having visited the Ocean View whilst waiting. All the other public rooms and areas were available to use. The room was very clean and although the cabin steward was under pressure he was very welcoming. So for us this was a restfuli cruise having visited all the ports previously. Private tours were available at all the ports should you wish to take advantage of them. In Antigua we walked to the Cathedral and was pleasantly surprised they have nearly finished the renovations inside and it was beautiful. Please go take a look. Donations are more than welcome as it goes to the restoration fund. If you are a cricket fan, the old ground in St Johns is still open for you to take a look. If the groundsman is around he has lots of information and memories that he will share with you. Barbados we strolled into town, went over the bridge and sat at the harbour side for a lovely cool beer, watching the world go by and chatting to other cruisers. St Lucia, having been here several times and holidayed on the island we decided to stay in town. Been berthed on the town dock we took the water taxi to the other side, then enjoyed a quiet ship. Greneda, something of a tradition for us to walk through the tunnel to the old harbour. its good to see it being brought back to life. BB;s Crabback is a great place for a drink or food and to take advantage of the free wifi. It is on the waterfront so lovely to sit. Bit of a trend here as we had a couple of beers. Aruba We visited the Butterfly farm which is well worth it, saw lots that we would never get to see in the wild. They had 34 different species and of course I have hundreds of photos after waiting patiently to try to get a shot. Well worth the $16 each. Walked back to Eagle Beach, one of the worlds top 10, and you can see why. Caught the service bus back for $3 each, great ride. Curacao, went into town as we wanted a couple of items and as the bridge was opening, we had sit and wait having a beer. It was great to see this old bridge open to let a ship through and then close. Bonaire, Once we got there we realised we have actually never been here. So got a tour which took us around the North of the island. Our lovely lady driver tried to get us into the Cactus brewery but the guy on the door was having none of it, however she dropped us off around the corner and we walked back and hey ho we got let in. they told us all about brewing the cactus and got to try the spirit. It is GORGEOUS, very refreshing. We also saw Flamingos and even a baby one, makes a great photo. 2 sea days found us back in Fort Lauderdale. having a late flight 3rd time lucky on the ships excursions we went on the Everglades trip. We did see 2 wild alligators and a small selection of captive animals, these were formally pets and are now being looked after properly. Worth doing if you havent done this trip before, Reflections did not disappoint, staff very friendly, the venues - particularly the Sky Lounge were excellant. Great Celebrity vacation once again, Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
After trying several other cruise lines we keep coming back to Celebrity. This is about our 7th cruise with Celebrity and every time the ships are sparkling clean and the service is excellent. The food is great, to our taste, in both the ... Read More
After trying several other cruise lines we keep coming back to Celebrity. This is about our 7th cruise with Celebrity and every time the ships are sparkling clean and the service is excellent. The food is great, to our taste, in both the main dining rooms and the "buffet" area. We usually eat in the main dining room for breakfast and dinner, and use the buffet or burger bar for lunch so that we can sit outside with our mid-day drinks:) This is the second time we have done the 14 day itinerary in the Caribbean early in the year. I really like the 14 day cruises as opposed to shorter ones and wouldn't even consider a 7 day as you barely get on before you are planning to disembark. Although we've been to several of these ports in the past, we just enjoy being on the ship and cruising along...the port stops are just a bonus. This cruise we were happily surprised with Grenada and Bonaire. We recommend them highly and hope to return there again on a future cruise. We were happy to find that there were only a handfull of children on the ship, which is why we choose Celebrity over other, more kid friendly cruise lines like Royal Caribbean and Carnival. Also, cruising when school is in session helps. I think this is the first cruise we've ever had children on, actually. I love my grown children, but now we prefer to cruise with adults only and Celebrity's Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
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
3 Helpful Votes
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
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
As we book our winter getaway in January we have learned from previous cruises that it's vital we choose an itinerary that goes down to the Southern Caribbean - the East/West itineraries in January may not be hot enough. This January ... Read More
As we book our winter getaway in January we have learned from previous cruises that it's vital we choose an itinerary that goes down to the Southern Caribbean - the East/West itineraries in January may not be hot enough. This January 4th 2019 Reflection was perfect - the weather was hot starting in Fort Lauderdale and continued for every island. Embarkation in Fort Lauderdale was easy - we were in Terminal #25 that is the new Celebrity terminal. We like this itinerary as it lets you relax immediately once you board with 2 sea days, then 5 ports, then a sea day, then 3 ports (Aruba Bonaire Curacao) and 2 days at sea to relax for the journey home. Celebrity is our favourite cruise line and Reflection is my favourite ship in the fleet. Celebrity provides a level of "modern luxury" that can't be matched with other cruise lines while still providing the casual atmosphere of cruising (not the country club feel of luxury lines). The entertainment on Celebrity has increased dramatically the past 2 years which makes me happy. The crew from the Captain on down to every person cleaning were amazing - always friendly, always professional and always willing to fix any issues. We always choose Celebrity Select Dinning and we make reservations in advance - we were a group of 6 so this was necessary. We arrived @ 6:30 and our table for 6 was always ready for us. Some may want more flexibility - not knowing what time they will eat everyday but that flexibility may mean you wait in line. All the food was amazing including Oceanview, MDR, Tuscan, Murano and our new favourite Lawn Grill. The food was great in Le Petit Chef but I wasn't a fan of the 3D concept - it doesn't enable tablemates to talk (must be quiet) and I felt pushed out at the end with the "goodbye" animation. This was a great cruise. I strongly recommend any 14-night itinerary - I wish Celebrity would offer more 14-night cruises. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
Positives: 1) Fabulous ship – absolutely gorgeous, very comfortable, in pristine condition, and very well designed. I was so impressed with the cabins, pool areas, fitness area (great equipment and I used it every day), buffet ... Read More
Positives: 1) Fabulous ship – absolutely gorgeous, very comfortable, in pristine condition, and very well designed. I was so impressed with the cabins, pool areas, fitness area (great equipment and I used it every day), buffet set-up, theaters, shops, specialty restaurants, promenade, Nook, game room, library and more. 2) Fabulous specialty restaurants. All three we went to had great food and service. 3) Nice passengers. We encountered no obnoxious drunks, no one tried to steal my lounge chair at the pool (although there were always plenty even on this very full cruise), everyone in the elevators and somewhat narrow corridors were nice and polite, no one fought for position in line or over a table at the buffet, etc. 4) The standard non-alcoholic drink selection was reasonable. 5) The Qsine specialty restaurant deserves special recognition. It’s amazing. 6) The entertainers who came on board at one port and then performed before leaving at the next port were very good. 7) Did a great job with tendering at Grand Cayman where there is no ship pier. I watched the way Holland America handled tendering for its ship and felt sorry for their passengers who were crammed into relatively small and slow life boats that were difficult to climb into and out of. 8) Even though the ship was full for this New Year’s sailing, mostly there were no lines and it was easy to get around the ship. There were no lines at the bars and plenty of waiters were available to serve drinks by the pool. Showing up at the main dining room without a reservation was never a problem for us. Boarding and disembarking was orderly and expeditious. Good seats were always available in the theater (except for the late-night adult comedy show). While the positives greatly outweighed the negatives, there nevertheless were some negatives. Negatives: 1) Food (especially the entree’s) in the main dining room was disappointing. I’m not exaggerating when I say my local cafeteria serves food of at least equal quality. By the end of the cruise, I compensated by ordering three starters and two entrees each meal and then ate the more palatable from each group. 2) Not many smiles and some bruskness from wait staff at the main dining room and buffet. But there were notable exceptions. 3) More up-selling throughout the cruise than I wanted. I hear it’s even worse on many other cruise lines but if Celebrity wants to position itself as a luxury line, then its effort to “Sell, Sell, Sell” is inconsistent with that. 4) The dedicated live-aboard entertainment was nothing special. Also, the costumes tended to be racy and even weird. 5) An exception to Celebrity’s generally excellent handling of the crowd on-board was the persistent long line at guest relations. Also, while the staff was friendly, it frequently was not very helpful. 6) The pools were too cold and the hot tubs were always packed 7) Seems like the Disney and Carnival ships who docked in port at the same time as the Celebrity Reflection got priority when it came to docking location. 8) Celebrity’s repeat customer program is called the Captains Club. These privileges should work on all Royal Caribbean lines – but mostly don’t. 9) There is not enough room in the group fitness classroom. Also, charging for group fitness classes seems cheap to me. 10) Even though the ship was full, there were not that many teenagers on-board. Certainly, there were not as many as the Celebrity booking agent said we could expect on a New Year’s cruise. Also, the teen program is way too limited. 11) All the best reservation times for the specialty restaurants were taken well before boarding. This was true despite the fact that there were always many empty tables in each of the three excellent specialty restaurants we tried. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
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
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
My daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren took me on this marvelous cruise! From the moment I stepped onto the ship, the experience of a life-time began! The ship was spectacular in every way! The cruise director (Eddy) was ... Read More
My daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren took me on this marvelous cruise! From the moment I stepped onto the ship, the experience of a life-time began! The ship was spectacular in every way! The cruise director (Eddy) was always entertaining the passengers with wonderful shows in the 'Reflections Theater', Trivia Quizzes throughout the voyage, the Ocean View Cafe was amazing, with delicious choices of food, not only American, but from other countries as well! It was a wonderful Buffet experience for breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as snacking throughout the day! The Opus Dining Room was a lovely experience with a courteous staff and not only delicious food, but the presentation of the food was done eloquently! In fact, the entire staff aboard this ship went above and beyond to make sure each and every guest was completely satisfied! The activities were plentiful and the 'Fun Factory' and Kids (Camp at Sea) kept my grand kids occupied and having a blast, as well as safe when not accompanied by their parents and yours truly (Grandma). The Lawn Club Grill featured a 'cook-out' experience with many BBQ favorites, delicious as well. The kids got a 'hands-on' lesson on Pizza Making. The Coffee Bar offered, not only the best coffee/tea drinks, but pastries that were beautifully created and so delicious as well! There were displays of Art, beautiful decks and pools, gift shops, activities, jogging track on the 15th deck, a library, 'hideaway' places for privacy and many more features, And, I had the pleasure of watching the Cruise Chefs put together the most amazing Christmas display I have ever seen! I really had a hard time disembarking! I WILL BE BACK!!! Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
5th time on Celebrity and again we had a great time. We used all the fitness facilities and the Persian Garden- highly recommend. We ate mostly in the Opus dining room for bfast and dinner and absolutely have no complaints. We ate in the ... Read More
5th time on Celebrity and again we had a great time. We used all the fitness facilities and the Persian Garden- highly recommend. We ate mostly in the Opus dining room for bfast and dinner and absolutely have no complaints. We ate in the Spa Cafe for a light lunch and it was perfect. We tried the Petit Chef (specialty-$110 a couple) experience and found it to be the worst of our dinners on ship. The animation was cute but the quality of food fell below average. We loved the silent disco and danced for 2 hrs each time they had it! What a great workout that was! Disclaimer: we are not your average cruiser, we cruise once a year only in Nov and Dec to check out the ports so that if we like them we can come back properly by air. Ports: St. Martin- did a 6 hr excursion with Sualiga Destinations- would not recommend. Stuck up- rude Captain- Anthony, ride from hell, nothing to see. Lied to a friend of ours who is 65 years old with bad back. Her back was absolutely bruised!!! Dishonest and most overpriced boat ride I have ever been on and that is coming from someone who visited 60 countries and owns a boat! San Juan- absolutely beautiful, vibrant old town. Walked to the La Factoria- where Despasito was filmed and then to Taberna De Lupulo. Joined a street salsa party- no tourists only Latin people. Had a blast and will definately come back via air and rent a car for 2 weeks. Antigua- took a snorkeling excursion through the ship with Wadadli Cats (3 hrs)- this was just awesome! Fun crew, friendly, hospitable and just normal people!!! Paradise reef was great for snorkeling- just go away from the crowd and follow the reef, if you are a strong swimmer you will be able to see a lot! Stopped by a pristine beach, too. Drinks and sandwiches were provided. I highly recommend this one!!! Read Less
Celebrity Reflection Ratings
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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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