This was my first cruise. The reflection ship is new , luxurious and the food and service is great.
There is a wide selection of bars and restaurants.
Much of the ship is geared to people who want to spend money gambling , shopping or buying ads ons. I wasn't interested in any of that. There was an art auction that felt like a way to goige naive or wealthy people who hadn't done research.
this ship is oriented mainly to families and wealthy older couples.
I felt the ship could do better in these areas:
Outdoor pools and all jacuzzi whirlpools are very small. The one whirlpool at my health club is as big as all of reflections combined. My fitness club doesn't hold 3000 passengers.
The fitness center is small. It's got an employee who focuses on nagging customers and selling.
Shopping was overpriced and the goods like watches of average quality.
the comedy show was funny but jam packed in the tiny theater instead of large auditirium.
destinations were labadee, Haiti (very nice but expensive), Falmouth Jamaica (average), Cozumel Mexico (good for diving only), grand cayman (good for diving) . The shore excursions are all short. Average was 7 hours.
id rate all the destinations as average in terms of value.
overall I'd rate the trip as fun and a value provided people book a basic cabin and don't spend much onboard or onshore. For drinkers the premium drink package pays for itself as the average good beer, wine or cocktail is $10.
this ship is not geared toward middle class or budget traveler adults under age 35 withiut children.