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Celebrity Reflection Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Review for Celebrity Reflection to Transatlantic
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2019
Cabin: Inside Stateroom 10

We wanted to end up in Dublin as one of us has a relative there and wanted to visited . We had not seen them in about 9 years. The cruise itself was excellent. Progressive Trivia was a big draw. We finished in the middle of the pack but made some good, new friends. George Latrou was the captain and Simon Akinwolere was the cruise director. Both were excellent as was the entertainment and the amount of acivities.

The staff service was particularly excellent. We started with early dining but found it too early plus we didn't like the location of our table. We switched to Anytime dining and found it to be a great decision. Our waiters were fighting over us to wait on us. The orgnization of the crew staffing Anytime Dining was impressive. They communicated with the Matre'd as to when used tables were reset and available for new diners. Very impressive and a great plus for us.

Cabin Review

Inside Stateroom 10

Cabin 10

Cabin was an accessible room. The room steward, Valeno, was excellent. He could not do enough for you.

Port Reviews

Cobh (Cork)

We went to Waterford and we had a great tour of the Glass Works plus a nice walk around the port exhibits.

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