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We had the best time on the Celebrity Reflection Transatlantic, April 22-May 8, 2017. The ship was spotless, the crew and officers were friendly and approachable, the food was very good, and the entertainment was top notch. The ports were very interesting, beautiful, and worth the time: Tenerife, Canary Islands: explored, nice port Malaga: took the bus to Granada, but I read that Malaga is worth exploring Cartagena: new favorite port, beautiful, walkable, Roman amphitheater near the pier Barcelona: always lovely Villefranche: loved this port, so charming and took the train to Monte Carlo Livorno: stayed on the ship as we had been there before Civitavecchia: disembarked, stayed 3 nights in Tarquinia Tarquinia is a medieval walled hilltop city about 15-20 minutes from Civitavecchia. We stayed at the Tarquinia Resorts, which has apartments in three different buildings. We stayed in the apartment next to the Duomo in the Tullia studio apartment. This building was built in 1500 (ground floor) then added the next two floors in 1700! If you ever wanted to see what the apartments look like in the old buildings with the giant wooden doors and the arches and shutters, check out my Facebook post, which has 360 pictures here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/TravelPlanet360/photos/?tab=album&album_id=520807798309397 We highly recommend Tarquinia Resorts and the lovely city of Tarquinia. It is like stepping back in time, but with modern amenities! The General Manager, Francesco, could not be more friendly or accommodating.

Fabulous Transatlantic Cruise on the Celebrity Reflection

Celebrity Reflection Cruise Review by spqr369

Trip Details
  • Sail Date: April 2017
  • Destination: Transatlantic
  • Cabin Type: Deluxe Ocean View with Verandah
We had the best time on the Celebrity Reflection Transatlantic, April 22-May 8, 2017. The ship was spotless, the crew and officers were friendly and approachable, the food was very good, and the entertainment was top notch. The ports were very interesting, beautiful, and worth the time:

Tenerife, Canary Islands: explored, nice port

Malaga: took the bus to Granada, but I read that Malaga is worth exploring

Cartagena: new favorite port, beautiful, walkable, Roman amphitheater near the pier

Barcelona: always lovely

Villefranche: loved this port, so charming and took the train to Monte Carlo

Livorno: stayed on the ship as we had been there before

Civitavecchia: disembarked, stayed 3 nights in Tarquinia

Tarquinia is a medieval walled hilltop city about 15-20 minutes from Civitavecchia. We stayed at the Tarquinia Resorts, which has apartments in three different buildings. We stayed in the apartment next to the Duomo in the Tullia studio apartment. This building was built in 1500 (ground floor) then added the next two floors in 1700! If you ever wanted to see what the apartments look like in the old buildings with the giant wooden doors and the arches and shutters, check out my Facebook post, which has 360 pictures here:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/TravelPlanet360/photos/?tab=album&album_id=520807798309397

We highly recommend Tarquinia Resorts and the lovely city of Tarquinia. It is like stepping back in time, but with modern amenities! The General Manager, Francesco, could not be more friendly or accommodating.
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Cabin Review

Deluxe Ocean View with Verandah
Cabin 2B 7230
Great cabin located midships. The only complaint is that it is close to the doorway that leads to the crew smoking area, and at times you could smell cigarette smoke in the hall.
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