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Celebrity Reflection Review

5.0 / 5.0
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1880 reviews
81 Awards

1st time on Celebrity-will cruise again

Review for Celebrity Reflection to Transatlantic
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2019
Cabin: Concierge Class 3

This was part of a package deal along with 6 days before of tours, 4 days in Morocco , then 2 in Barcelona before boarding this beautiful ship. Loved the welcome aboard with a glass of Champagne. Nice extra touches along the way as we were in Concierge class. We enjoyed that we got some status as we had done several Royal Caribbean cruises over the years. The itinerary was good for us as we had never been to any of these ports, other than Ft Lauderdale. Felt like the staff was very adequate for the size of ship. We had really nice tablemates for dinner. The bar staff very nice and attentive! We did Chef's table, food was very good felt it was a little pricey compared to others we have done on other ships. It was nice to have 2 officers sit & talk with us during the dinner. We will definitely do another Celebrity cruise. It was nice to have different things to do & see. The buffet was nice on here & we ate there for lunch a number of times.

Cabin Review

Concierge Class 3

Cabin very nice and well appointed.

Port Reviews


We walked around this port & enjoyed the views & had a nice bite to eat at a little eatery.

Cartagena (Spain)

We took a tour of Cartagena & Murcia with Spain Day tours. It was a very nice day with lots to see. Enjoyed it very much! At the end we had a meal in Cartagena before getting back on the ship.


Loved Gibraltar , it has been a dream of mine to come here in honor of my Grandmother who worked in the US for Gibraltar Savings & Loan--she had always wanted to come here. Her pin of the rock made it with me in her honor.


Enjoyed walking around this port. We did the Man & Nature museum which was amazing. Also walked around the central market area and had a nice little drink & snack. Found some cute jewelry made from volcanic rock.


We took a walk up to the fort and saw that. On the way back we found the Queen's staircase which is wonderful & a must do. We were there on Sunday so some things not open. We walked by several sites, and found some free wine tasting. We ended up doing a paid tasting & really enjoyed the wines. It turned into a party in this small room with others as they came along to do wine tasting.

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

No excursions, been here lots just off to the airport to wait for our flight home.

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