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The ship is still in great shape. Our Sky Suite was larger than the Executive Room we stayed in the night before the cruise at the Rome Airport Hilton. Our Butler, Bart, and room attendant, Leonardo, were ever present and did a great job. Staff in general was top-notch, except waiters in "Ocean View Café", "Sunset Bar" and "Sky Lounge". One could tell, that there were too many Premium Drink Packages around and there were not expecting tips, which meant, even in a deserted bar, nobody would come around to take your order. Restaurant staff on the other hand was keen on bonding with you, so they would get a tip at the end of the cruise. The itinerary was one of the best we ever had. Every port was interesting in its own right. Downpoints (apart from bar staff): - Amuses gueule at "luminae" and even at "Murano" were cheap: mostly some balls of fried stuff. - Suite canapées where almost insulting: on most days eight nachos or four flat bread sticks with hummus or some kind of other spread. - The in-suite iDock station still had an old iPhone/iPad socket, so no use for newer IPhone/iPads. - The "Taste of Crete" tour consisted of a visit to a deserted monastry (no entrance fee), a winery (no entrance fee, Celebrity, I am sure, got paid to take us there) and one hour on your own in Chania (no entrance fee, of course). In the end, we paid almost 100 EUR per person for a bus ride to three stops which were free, anyway.

Great itinerary

Celebrity Reflection Cruise Review by JanBerlin

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The ship is still in great shape.

Our Sky Suite was larger than the Executive Room we stayed in the night before the cruise at the Rome Airport Hilton. Our Butler, Bart, and room attendant, Leonardo, were ever present and did a great job.

Staff in general was top-notch, except waiters in "Ocean View Café", "Sunset Bar" and "Sky Lounge". One could tell, that there were too many Premium Drink Packages around and there were not expecting tips, which meant, even in a deserted bar, nobody would come around to take your order. Restaurant staff on the other hand was keen on bonding with you, so they would get a tip at the end of the cruise.

The itinerary was one of the best we ever had. Every port was interesting in its own right.

Downpoints (apart from bar staff):

- Amuses gueule at "luminae" and even at "Murano" were cheap: mostly some balls of fried stuff.

- Suite canapées where almost insulting: on most days eight nachos or four flat bread sticks with hummus or some kind of other spread.

- The in-suite iDock station still had an old iPhone/iPad socket, so no use for newer IPhone/iPads.

- The "Taste of Crete" tour consisted of a visit to a deserted monastry (no entrance fee), a winery (no entrance fee, Celebrity, I am sure, got paid to take us there) and one hour on your own in Chania (no entrance fee, of course). In the end, we paid almost 100 EUR per person for a bus ride to three stops which were free, anyway.
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Sky Suite
Cabin S1 2121
Spacious, well located, tons of storage space. No noise to be heard from surrounding cabins or "Aqua Spa" above.
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