581 Celebrity Reflection Tips

mtgman1

May 18, 2014

Use room service for your breakfast if possible. Oceanview Cafe is very crowded. Eat at the Lawn Club and Muranos for excellent special dinning experience. In the theater sit back on deck 4 on the side down to the front row. Never sit in the bottom level front.

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jhnbelland22

May 21, 2014

Treat yourself to "Breakfast in Bed" a few times during the trip, or have a late night snack delivered to your stateroom. Like staying in a high class hotel!

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danolson47

May 29, 2014

make sure you know the exact location of your stateroom before booking so that you are not near a service door

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Jab

Sep 11, 2014

Avoid Blu and Aqua class unless you are really into spa. The dining room issues (see above) needs to be addressed before I would consider Blu again. Food was good but there is a problem with the service. Overall, a very nice cruise ship however. Very clean, stable and most of the staff is wonderful

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gypsum001

Oct 05, 2014

Dinner every night in Opus, great quality food, not paying the up charge of a specialty restaurant you really get to know the staff.

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fraupaulamarie

Feb 12, 2015

There were lots of little "corners" and hideaway places on ship to read and get away from the crowds.

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noname111

Mar 23, 2015

The Alcoves is a great option for a private deck experience. Each comfortably accommodates 4. Staff are attentive and can get what you want. Awnings for shade if full sun is not desired. Less expensive on port days. The Lawn Club Grill is the best restaurant for relaxed fun w/do-it-yourself options.

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hal4jx

Apr 14, 2015

They arranged a pingpong tournament. I saw those who brought their own paddles were at the final. If you like to play games, check out the game room. We spent many hours there.

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LRSkier2

May 12, 2015

Beware of tendering! Ship excursions go first so you need to get an early tender ticket if you plan to go ashore on tender ports.

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Byrnath

May 24, 2015

The glass elevators are really neat - visually stimulating. As with any ship, sometimes the fastest way to get where your going is to take an uncrowded elevator in the opposite direction. (What goes up must come down... and vice versa)

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