Celebrity Reflection to Start Cruising in October


Start saving for your place on board Celebrity Cruises’ new-build Celebrity Reflection, sister to Solstice, Equinox, Eclipse and Silhouette. The fifth huge Solstice class ship is due to enter service on October 12, 2012 running a nine-night European cruise from Amsterdam to Barcelona.

About the Celebrity Reflection

The Reflection incorporates more inspired additions and has expanded with an additional deck. Now with 72 additional staterooms overall, there is increased seating in the main and specialty dining rooms to accommodate passengers and 245 more sun loungers on the pool deck and 45 more seats in theatre. Bigger, bolder and better accommodation facilities include the option of utilising the deck area exclusive to suite passengers in both the Signature Suites and the Reflection Suite. Reserving the entire deck for a private function will allow up to 26 guests to enjoy the facility.

In the enhanced Michael’s Club up to 50 international craft beers are available for passengers to appreciate. Wine-lovers might make their way to Cellar Masters, inspired by the Napa Valley vineyards, for world renowned wines for the discerning palate.

Why not take a painting class on the Lawn Club, with a Master Artist from the ArtCenter South Florida in The Art Studio and partner the outdoor experience with al fresco dining at the new Lawn Club Grill?  The Celebrity Reflection also offers individual cabana-style havens, The Alcoves, where you can relax and – reflect – if you need to escape the excitement and temptations elsewhere.

Many passengers judge a cruise by the cuisine it offers. Celebrity Reflection is keen to make sure the experience is sensational and passengers can spend their time in a variety of hostelries, cafes and restaurants for a taste of international dishes. The Murano Restaurant, Tuscan Grille Restaurant, Blu Restaurant, Qsine, The Alcoves, Lawn Club Grill and The Hideaway all offer superb food with dishes having their own specialty signatures.

And when the day is done – and you need a quiet moment – the Sky Observation Lounge is just the spot to retire to.


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Claire has worked in the travel industry since leaving college in 1994. One of this blog's most regular contributors, Claire covers cruise news and industry trends.

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