Thursday, 8 November 2012

My journey on Celebrity Reflection by Tracey Holt

The journey started early hours of the morning Heathrow was ticketyboo..

‘Amsterdam’ airport was another story. 30 minutes waiting at passport control squashed like Portuguese sardines .

Once on board straight to our lovely well-appointed Concierge Balcony stateroom Deck 9 a quick dash for Muster drill in ‘Blu ‘ deck 5 Muster drill was at 5.

Once again Celebrity Delivered :

Celebrity ‘Reflection’ is slightly different to the other Solstice’ ships, minor changes on deck 4 instead of Quasar disco this is now the conference centre , aiming at the C&I market.

Other changes are deck 14 a private area with you own pass key -4 signature suites and 1637sq feet ‘Reflection suite’!

The signature suites were lovely and this whole private corridor can be used for a large party! Another change was the Spa and fitness area .

I had a superb Pedicure and as usual top first class service fab pedicure.

Dinner was fine cuisine as one would expect. Service with a smile and nothing oo much trouble.

As usual the Martini bar was the Jewel in the crown as Nick the cruise director pointed out after a magnificent show.

A new somewhat dark but extremely sensual mixture of nail biting acrobats to colourful singers and dancers. I wonder how many face wipes they use to remove the dramatic painted faces that go with the mood of the show.

Spectacular performance to end the night on the 2 day event on Reflection.

The Disco now moved to the sky lounge and Constantine played the best sounds to the very early hours of the morning for those die hards…..

Well almost the end of the night, had to have a night cap in the Martini Bar!

Slept well on those comfy beds and crisp cotton linen.

Celebrity ‘Reflection’ in a word or should I say 2 words Modern Luxury.

Tracey Holt x