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3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
This was our second cruise. The first one was a nightmare, with another cruise line, which you can read about elsewhere on this site if you so choose. As a result of our first cruise, I was very apprehensive about our second, and that ... Read More
This was our second cruise. The first one was a nightmare, with another cruise line, which you can read about elsewhere on this site if you so choose. As a result of our first cruise, I was very apprehensive about our second, and that the same issues that plagued us would reappear. Nothing could be further from the truth. From the embarkation/disembarkation process, to the courteous service and friendly smiles, this cruise was an absolute pleasure, and perhaps one of the best vacations I have ever been on. Embarkation - Took a little time, but maybe an hour tops. Smiles and friendliness the whole way through. Very helpful when questions asked. Cabin - We purchased the Concierge Package with an Unobstructed Veranda. Worth every penny. The daily fruit, daily snacks, etc...all added that little extra special touch. The cabin itself, like all rooms, was small but not too cramped. The veranda was a godsend, as early mornings gave us a pristine view of the sunrise, and the pleasure of sitting and sipping with an ocean view. The bathroom is separate from the cabin, which was also a blessing. Our Room Attendant was super friendly, and kept the room in excellent shape. Food - Celebrity Cruises takes pride in the culinary aspect of their offerings, and they have every right to. The Buffet at the Oceanview Cafe was well above average in quality and well varied for every meal. The main dining hall food was not as varied, but did offer at least 4-8 selections for every course. Quality was also well above average. We also took in one of the "pay" restaurants, the Tuscan Grill, and let me just say the filet mignon was perhaps the best I have ever had. Cafe El Bacio (?Spelling) was a god send with high end coffee and treats all included in part of our classic drink package. Onboard amenities - Never took in any Spa related pleasures, but have heard good things about it. Library was quiet, though not enough books. Games Room was nice, though a little small. Casino was to the side of one floor, so you were not required to pass through it to get from place to place, which was a big issue we had on the last ship. Pool Deck - Always enough lounge chairs, always a place to sun tan, regardless of time of day, or sea vs port day. Nobody reserving chairs (or if they were, they were removed). Pool a little on small side. Solarium, an indoor pool and lounge area offered cooler surroundings without fears of sunburn if that was your thing. Bars etc... - Lots of them, lots of variety, courteous staff, and no line ups. Drinks were well made, with few complaints. Entertainment - What they had was good, but this was a little lacking in terms of variety and volume. Staff made up for it with numerous activities such as game shows, musical acts in the Foyer, etc... The show, Elysium, was Awesome. Ports - Took 3 excursions with Celebrity (their tours) and was pleased with all. Cartegena, Columbia was amazing. Costa Rica also very entertaining. Mexico was awesome. Disembarkation - seemless and quick. No issues at all. Overall this was an amazing experience. A combination of the proper cruise line, the time of year, and the demographic on board. Would go again any time. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2018
My wife Coby and I chose this transatlantic cruise to celebrate our retirement and take a journey we've never taken before. Some highlights. Booked directly through Celebrity including Celebrity Air flight from Ft. Lauderdale ... Read More
My wife Coby and I chose this transatlantic cruise to celebrate our retirement and take a journey we've never taken before. Some highlights. Booked directly through Celebrity including Celebrity Air flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Charlotte to Rome. Couldn't have been looked after better. Greater by two Celebrity reps before we cleared customs who immediately took over looked after our baggage and got us on the bus to Civvitavchia. The food service staff and the condition of the vessel met all our expectations. We particularly enjoyed the ports itinerary. The entertainment was first rate. Taking advantage of the Persian Garden is an absolute must on these Solstice ships. Our servers in the main dining room and the Porch were were all absolutely the best. Our Captain was incredibly impressive with his mixture of humor and dedication to his duty as Master. We were delighted by the way we were received and acknowledged as Elite Captains Club Members. We have taken all our crises with Celebrity and this voyage confirmed our decision to make the line our first and only choice. Our stateroom on deck 6 forward had a delightful veranda where we took our breakfast every day. Overall we found all the staff delightful who were all a paradigm of politeness and dedicated to making our experience memorable. We always recommend Celebrity As always a topnotch well managed operation Coby & Jonathan Booth Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
This was our second cruise on the Celebrity Reflection but our first Transatlantic crossing. We were in a balcony cabin on Deck 8. The ship itself is already several years old but it could have been brand new; it is very well kept and ... Read More
This was our second cruise on the Celebrity Reflection but our first Transatlantic crossing. We were in a balcony cabin on Deck 8. The ship itself is already several years old but it could have been brand new; it is very well kept and spotlessly clean. Because it was a 14 night cruise in October, the passengers seemed to be mostly retired, in their 60s and older. There were virtually no children aboard. (That’s not a complaint.) As you might expect on a Celebrity cruise, the crew could not have been friendlier, more helpful or more gracious, whether at the popular Martini Bar or select dining in the Opus restaurant on Deck 4, or the Oceanview Cafe on Deck 14, or the Fitness Center on Deck 12, the places I frequented the most. The service was superb. Our cabin steward was beyond superb. The food was not simply good, it was very good. At many meals it was nothing short of spectacular. Say what you will about Celebrity, you will not leave their ships hungry. Also, in a very generous gesture, and as a reflection (so to speak) of Celebrity’s appreciation for returning customers like us, as Captain’s Club members with Elite status Celebrity bought us drinks every night until 7:30 PM (except for the evening of embarkation), so my bar bill was very low. In the very subjective category of theatrical entertainment, I do not give Celebrity high marks. My wife and her girlfriend went to all the performances and were not terribly impressed. I went to three shows featuring comedians; only two were funny. We had dined in most of the specialty for-fee restaurants before, but they are now outrageously expensive and in my opinion not worth the price, certainly not when compared to the plentiful and multiple very high quality “for-free” dining venues. At the beginning of the cruise the ship stopped in the Spanish ports of Barcelona, Cartagena and Malaga. We were blessed with beautiful weather and had booked half-day tours through Celebrity which we found informative and fairly priced with guides who were interesting and easy to understand. It rained during our final stop in Tenerife and Celebrity was kind enough to refund a portion of the supposedly scenic excursion cost. The weather during the crossing was generally good with only two instances of rough seas. The temperatures were cool and comfortable until we neared the Florida heat the last two days of the cruise. Because there are plenty of sea days on a crossing, my wife, the Queen of Mah Jongg, was able to find a group of girls and played with them every afternoon. I occupied myself with a good book and time in the gym, but the cruise director did a fine job of organizing all kinds of activities for passengers with other interests. The bottom line is that we loved this cruise so much that while on board we booked another crossing for next year, leaving from Barcelona exactly a year to the day after this cruise ended in Ft. Lauderdale. We even reserved the same cabin, and asked Celebrity to simply let us keep our clothes in our closet and drawers so packing for next year will be easier. That’s a joke, by the way, but the rest of my review is serious and sincere. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2018
We were on the Celebrity Reflection 10 day Italy & Greece Tour.We had a Stateroom with Balcony on the 9th Deck. We found nearly everything about the cruise to be really good. The service, from ALL staff was friendly and ... Read More
We were on the Celebrity Reflection 10 day Italy & Greece Tour.We had a Stateroom with Balcony on the 9th Deck. We found nearly everything about the cruise to be really good. The service, from ALL staff was friendly and courteous. They all give you the impression they ENJOY doing their job. The standard of food & service in the Opus Restaurant was superb. We did not bother eating in any of the Speciality Restaurants (despite the strong sales pressures) The choice and standard of food in the Oceanview Restaurant was brilliant. We ate there everyday (apart from 1) for breakfast & lunch. Bewildering choice of eggs etc. Beware attempting just to have a salad for lunch - you are tempted with Indian, Chinese, English,American,Pizzas etc. All of good quality. Our room was spacious, clean & tidy. We had breakfast served in the room 1 day. Lovely to sit on the balcony eating scrambled eggs.... Shame about the tea being cold. We tried room service for morning tea but the water was always luke warm. Good shows, good variety of artists. Embarkation and disembarkation - well organised. Did not use Celebrity Excursions - preferred to make our own arrangements. Only 1 gripe - we loved sitting on deck watching the ship sail in/out port. Spoilt by the large number of people smoking. Would I use Celebrity again? - definitely! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
My first cruise on Celebrity was a wonderful, luxurious experience. The ship was beautiful and clean. The crew was friendly and helpful. Food was delicious and plentiful. There were many activities available on the ship. I booked ... Read More
My first cruise on Celebrity was a wonderful, luxurious experience. The ship was beautiful and clean. The crew was friendly and helpful. Food was delicious and plentiful. There were many activities available on the ship. I booked the Rome port transportation with Celebrity. I arrived 1 day early and stayed at the Rome airport Hilton. I had planned to walk back to the airport arrival area to catch their bus to the port but I was pleased to find out the Celebrity had a bus that left from the Rome airport Hilton. When the cruise was complete, I received luggage tags the night before arriving in Rome. The number corresponded to a time to meet and catch the return bus to the Rome airport. I especially enjoyed breakfast in the Oceanview Cafe. The staff was very cheerful and frequently greeted people. There was always a wide variety of food to choose from. Nightly entertainment was excellent. I attended shows in the Reflection Theater each night and there was a great variety of top performances. Every evening we received a handout containing the next day's activities, helpful information and tips; so we could easily plan our activities. In the morning Rich and Nacho had a helpful review of the day's activities on a television channel. There was also a channel devoted to excursions. I booked my excursions with Celebrity except for Mykonos which I explored on my own. All of the locations were beautiful but Santorini and Mykonos were my favorites. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
We decided to review our cruise as we truly appreciate others doing so. Thank you all. We chose this cruise for its itinerary not realizing this S class ship would be so wonderful. Booked a VIP tour with our travel agent Alberto at ... Read More
We decided to review our cruise as we truly appreciate others doing so. Thank you all. We chose this cruise for its itinerary not realizing this S class ship would be so wonderful. Booked a VIP tour with our travel agent Alberto at Online Vacation Center that included pre night hotel in Rome, air and transfers. Made it so easy and loved having few days in Rome again. Our journey on the Reflection was made so memorable by the crew. Everyone and we mean everyone was super friendly and helpful making this one of our favorite journeys. The ship itself although large is incredibly well laid out and easy to navigate. As we were in a Concierge Cabin embarkation was just minutes. Our cabin was lovely and its balcony was a bit larger than the others. Lots of storage and the closet was great. Our steward Dominic kept everything super clean. The bathroom was the biggest surprise as it was the largest we've had. We got a good workout walking to the elevators which we didn't mind at all. One tip is to bring strong magnetic hooks as the walls are magnetic. We use to hang hats etc and super handy. Just make sure they are strong magnets. We chose anytime dining and after meeting Alexio waited until a table for 2 was available in his area. Didn't know until afterwards that we could have set up a certain time for each night of the cruise. The food was great and we saw no need to eat in any of the specialty restaurants. We made a special effort to go to the shows and most were terrific. A male vocal group from Germany was onboard and other guests were invited to their afternoon show on sea day. What a gift. They were amazing. The ports were all fabulous and by the end of the journey we were exhausted. We didn't use the ship's excursions as we prefer small tours in the ports. Safe and happy travels fellow members! Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
We chose Celebrity Reflection because it fit into our time frame and went to many sites that we wanted to see. The ship is very new and it great condition. The service was excellent. We were hesitant to pay the extra money for concierge ... Read More
We chose Celebrity Reflection because it fit into our time frame and went to many sites that we wanted to see. The ship is very new and it great condition. The service was excellent. We were hesitant to pay the extra money for concierge level but were glad we did. Our concierge, Aldin, made sure we had everything we needed and even arranged for a special dinner for us. Some other things you get with concierge level are a bottle of champagne, hors d'oeuvres every afternoon, free shoe shines, and special help with anything you need. We were also invited to stand on the helicopter pad to enjoy our sail away from Barcelona. Before our cruise, I read some negative reviews about the entertainment. I'm not sure what those people were watching but I thought the entertainment was excellent. Our favorites were Jon Courtenay who did a comedy/piano show, Raegar (who did a rock & Roll/country show), and the aerialist show. But all of the shows with the Reflection singers and dancers were great too. We thoroughly enjoyed our dining every night. We dined at the 6:00 seating in the Opus dining room. Our waiter and assistant waiter, Carlos and Saude, were very attentive and had great recommendations on what to eat. Carlos always gave me an extra scoop of sorbet for dessert. Compared to other cruises we have taken, I will say the food seemed to be a step up. One night, we dined in the Tuscan Grill which is at the very back of the ship. We had a table on the window which was great. The food and service were excellent. If you don't mind paying a surcharge for dining in a specialty restaurant, i highly recommend it. For breakfast, we always dined in the Oceanview Cafe. You can get anything you want here including eggs made to order. For lunch on days at sea we often ate at the AquaSpa cafe by the adult pool. There aren't that many selections but it's a great place to get chicken salad, tuna salad, wraps or other selections. Then, of course you have to go to the ice cream/sorbet bar in the Oceanview Cafe for your dessert. If you really like to play a lot of games, you won't find as many as you would on a cruise line such as Carnival. But I enjoyed all of the activities they had such as trivia, bocce ball, archery, pool games, and a nightly game at 8:00 before the last show. Nacho, Brittany, and Roxstar did a great job of keeping the games fun for the participants and spectators. They made my trip even more fun and all knew me by name. And don't miss the crew vs guests volleyball game. We took several excursions that we arranged through the ship and others we didn't so I will review a few below: Livorno, Italy - we took a full day trip to Cinque Terre. We enjoyed the trip and Cinque Terre is a beautiful place. But there are a couple of things that could be improved. First, our bus stopped at a truck stop halfway there so everyone could go to the bathroom. But there were other tour buses there and only a small bathroom so it took over thirty minutes. If they had buses with a toilet, this could be avoided. Or stagger the buses. Second, to get to Cinque Terre, you take the public ferry from Portovenere. That means you stop at each of the 5 towns while people unload and load. So you spend a great deal of time sitting on the boat while this happens. There were so many people from the ship on these ferries, you would think they could charter one for everyone and not stop in each town. Once you reach the final site, Monterosso, you have a couple of hours to sightsee see or relax. Try the Cinque Terre wine (yes that's what it's called). It's very good with a Four Stations (Quattro Stagioni) pizza at Trattoria Il Piccolo Diavolo in Monterosso. Nice, France - We took a full day winery tour and were very disappointed. This tour was over $300 per person so were were expecting a lot. We expected to be taken to a winery where we would see vineyards and learn about wine making. The winery had a nice view from the balcony but the winery itself was a disappointment. There was no vineyard. We basically went in a garage where they had tanks of wine. It was impossible to hear our guide because of the workers making noise. After this we went to a small porch where we tasted 3 wines and had snacks which we had to share with the dozens of flies. We left the winery and went to the Old Nice where we had lunch at Le Grand Balcon. The lunch was a set menu for everyone so were served things that we would not have otherwise ordered. All you had to do was look around at the half eaten plates of food to see that most people did not enjoy their lunch. This tour was certainly not worth the money. Barcelona, Spain - we did not book a tour through the ship for Barcelona. We took a taxi straight from the ship to Sagrada Familia where we had bought tickets in advance through their website. Later we toured the Catedral de Barcelona which was amazing as well. We bought walk up tickets and had no line. Make sure you go to the roof for some great views. That evening, we watched a Flamenco show at Tablao Flamenco and enjoyed that. Again, we had made a reservation in advance. We weren't interested in a fancy flamenco show where we would have to go back to the ship and change into nice clothes so this was perfect for us. Gibraltar - we did a 1.5 hour taxi tour which was okay but not that great. We wanted to do the 3 hour tour but it was full. St. Michael's Cave was great and we got a good overview of Gibraltar. Ape's Den was a disappointment because there was only one ape sitting on a truck. After the tour, we walked over to the cable car and rode to the top. I wish we had done that first. There were incredible views at the top and plenty of apes. Later we walked through the botanical gardens which was free the day we were there. if you want a nice souvenir of Gibraltar, visit Gibraltar Crystal where they have beautiful glass ornaments. We finished off our day with a drink on the water. Skip all of the bars in Old Town. Walk over to Ocean Village where there are several bar and restaurants right on the water. We had delicious drinks at the Bridge Bar & Grill. Malaga - we pre-arranged a Segway tour through Segway Malaga. I highly recommend the 2 hour tour because it gives you a great overview of the city. Don't be afraid, I had never ridden one and I caught on in less than a minute. And I'm 62. Afterwards, make sure you visit Alcazaba. Very interesting place, the price is right, and there is a great snack bar near the top with a surprisingly good menu. We had a pitcher of sangria and a pizza while sitting at a table overlooking the city. Very nice city. Cartagena - No need to book a tour here. You walk right off the ship into the town. Make your way to the Concepcion Castle tour. You can buy tickets to take the elevator up or just walk it. On the floor above the elevator is a old fallout shelter that was really interesting. We only found it because we asked where the bathroom was before we went up the lift. I recommend buying the multi-attraction ticket so you can see the Roman theater and other sites also. The Roman theater was incredible, especially considering it was buried under the earth until just recently. Later, we had our requisite pitcher of sangria at a sidewalk cafe. Very interesting city. Ibiza - we booked a jeep tour through the ship and this was our favorite excursion, but it's not for the faint of heart. You take a convoy of jeeps to some incredibly beautiful sites. Part of the trip is on dirt roads through the countryside which is where the fun comes in. It's like Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. It's dusty and thrilling. Later, you stop for an hour or so at a nice beach. I didn't see anyone on the tour actually get in the water but it's a nice place to relax, enjoy the sites, and have a pitcher of sangria. One word of advice. If you have a small bladder, I recommend going to the bathroom nature style on the first stop because there's not another stop for over an hour. All in all, this was a great cruise and I highly recommend it. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
This was our 2nd cruise on Reflection (plus a previous Mediterranean cruise on Equinox) & we love the Solstice class of ships. We found Reflection to be clean & updated, & it’s hard to beat the ports of call. We were in ... Read More
This was our 2nd cruise on Reflection (plus a previous Mediterranean cruise on Equinox) & we love the Solstice class of ships. We found Reflection to be clean & updated, & it’s hard to beat the ports of call. We were in Rome for 2 days pre-cruise, staying at a hidden gem called The Inn at the Roman Forum, minutes from the Colosseum & Forum. We highly recommend the Walks of Italy VIP Nighttime Colosseum with Underground Access if this fits into your schedule. Room: Concierge Class 1014, starboard side. We had great views of the port at nearly every stop. The room was quiet as well. Our steward Nevis was wonderful. We typically weren’t in the room around 3 when the daily appetizers were delivered, so we told him to discontinue that service. Food: we had select dining, but had made a 6:45 reservation for each evening. We enjoyed every meal in Opus....our theory is that it is better food than we’d be having at home, plus we don’t have to shop, prepare or clean up for it! Most nights we ate at Table 406 where Jose, Evan & Cajetan were wonderful & they truly worked as a team. The one night that the Opus menu didn’t call to us, we went to Qsine/Le Petite Chef where we thoroughly enjoyed the animation throughout dinner, as well as the filet mignon & lobster. We also looked forward to the daily treats from Al Bacio on 5. Oceanview was our daily breakfast stop & an occasional late lunch stop. Staff: the ship motto is “happy crew, happy cruise” & we found the staff to be so friendly. We seldom passed by a crew member that they didn’t acknowledge us with a “Good morning” or “Have a good day”. Bonus: being invited to the helipad for sail away from Santorini. Also really interesting was the galley tour on the first day at sea. Spa: just after embarkation I purchased the Persian Garden pass for $149, as we had a lot of OBC to spend. This was a daily stop for me after the hot tub. My husband made use of the sauna & large showers in the men’s changing room every day. Entertainment: we only went to the Broadway Show & silent disco one night. Between the long days ashore & the heat/humidity every day, we went to bed fairly early most nights. Cons: on our previous cruises we loved the Sunset Bar & were there daily for sail away. This is such a beautiful spot on the ship but it is ruined by the strong smell of cigar & cigarette smoke, which always drifted into the non smoking area. Celebrity needs to find a spot....away from the general population & specifically for cigar smoking. We were also charged for a drink here that we did not purchase (we had the beverage package). It took 2 trips to Guest Relations & about 36 hours to get this removed from our account. Embarkation/Debarkation: we were on board within 15 minutes of arriving at the ship. It’s always nice to be welcomed with champagne. We did walk off with our bags & were off the ship at 6:35am. Ports of Call Sicily: we did this on our own, using the HOHO bus (€10 pp). The bus arrived back to the square just at noon, as the clock was doing it’s little performance. This was our least favorite stop. However, the people we talked to that went to Taormina & Mt Etna loved it. Malta: we did a small (14) group tour with Amy Pace (Intensive Cultural Tour). We saw a lot of the island & learned the history. Our favorite stops were the Blue Grotto boat ride & Mdina. Mykonos: from the tender you can see the windmills. Great little town to explore. We ate lunch at Little Venice. Then spent an hour & a half trying to find a little shop that we had seen early in the morning, where we were going to buy a few things. Never did locate it. Rhodes: we did HOHO again (€12 pp) & then explored the walled city. Santorini: if possible, be on deck or your veranda for sail in....it is breathtaking. We were not about to climb the stairs or ride a donkey to the top, & weren’t keen on waiting in line for the cable car, so we pre-booked a small group tour called The Oia Experience with Olympic Traveller. Once off the tender, we boarded their boat to Oia, then went by small bus up to Oia. Our guide spent about 20 minutes pointing out the best spot for photos, then left us to explore on our own for about 2 hours. From there we went to a winery south of Fira, with amazing views of the caldera & our ship. We were dropped off in Fira, near the cable car about 2:45 & immediately got in line, as the line already had a few hundred people in it. But it moved faster than expected & we were back on the ship around 3:30. We did talk to a few people who saw the long cable car lines & decided to walk down the hill. Every one of them said less than halfway down they were regretting their choice, as the stairs were so slippery. Athens: another private 8 hr tour (6 of us) with Greece Tours. Our guide was excellent. After a short city tour, we went to the Acropolis which was amazing. Then to the Olympic stadium, with a long stop in the Plaka for lunch & a little shopping (our choice to stay longer here & skip Leviticus Hill & the changing of the guard), then on to the New Acropolis Museum. Naples: this was the only Celebrity Shore Excursion that we did.....a small group tour to Herculeanum. We had visited Pompeii previously & enjoyed seeing Herculeanum. But being a ship excursion, this was our most expensive ...& shortest....shore excursion. ** the ice cold towels & cold water were always a welcome sight when we’d return after a long, hot day in port. Transportation: we had booked transportation through Civitecchia Shuttle Express. Pickup from our hotel in Rome was scheduled at 9:30. At 8:45 our hotel reception received a call saying pickup wouldn’t be until 11am. I think they had overbooked, though we were just told “there was a problem at the port”. When our driver did arrive at 11, he stated “It’s not my fault” & then conveniently didn’t know any other English. From the ship to the airport, we had scheduled a 7am pick up, & our driver Claudio arrived right on time. He was very personable & explained a lot about the countryside/type of farming on our ride. We thought this was a fabulous cruise & wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2018
Chose this cruise for itinerary, plus no days at sea. Ship stylish and very clean. Conceriage class balcony room, really nice at the aft of the ship 11 floor, good views of destinations on sail away. Our cabin guy Green could not ... Read More
Chose this cruise for itinerary, plus no days at sea. Ship stylish and very clean. Conceriage class balcony room, really nice at the aft of the ship 11 floor, good views of destinations on sail away. Our cabin guy Green could not do enough for us, really looked after us. Dining=well the main cafeteria dining room you could of eaten there every night and been happy, but you had Opus restuarant as well and that was a step up again! Horas our main waiter was really excellent at what he does, remembering our names, what we ate last tme we visited etc, a real credit to the ship. All trips we went on really enjoyable, but the Highlight was Sorrento and Pompii trip, long day but so enjoyable at the same time, with a trip to a farm to watch mozzeralla making, etc then a lunch on there produce etc, tour through the coastal roads. walk round Sorrento and finally Pompii, A day to remember. Mum, dad and daughter of 20, we really enjoyed it, need to book again soon Read Less
Sail Date: August 2018
This was my first cruise and celebrity didn't disappoint. The celebrity reflection was very clean and there was plenty to do on board. The main dining room Opus offered a good selection of beautifully cooked food and there was plenty ... Read More
This was my first cruise and celebrity didn't disappoint. The celebrity reflection was very clean and there was plenty to do on board. The main dining room Opus offered a good selection of beautifully cooked food and there was plenty of choice for our daughter who is Coeliac and has special dietary requirements in both Opus and the ocean view cafe. Our waiter Philip was fantastic even taking time to make animals out napkins for my daughters and show us tricks every meal. In fact the whole team on Reflection were fantastic. Our room attendant Edwin was extremely helpful and helped make our stay very comfortable. There are many different bars and restaurants to choose from our favourite was the sunset bar. As well as beautiful views it's a designated smoking area, but we found it did get very busy at certain times. I would definitely recommend a drink package - we went for the classic package which included most standard beverages and some cocktails - plenty of choice. We will definitely be looking to travel with Celebrity again. 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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