Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship, Celebrity Reflection, will be offering guests the chance to visit the Middle East up close and personal. The ship, which was inaugurated this month, will be cruising from Eemshaven to Amsterdam, Netherlands, in an exclusive trip that will highlight the luxury vessel’s innovative features, including the industry’s first AquaClass suites, which offer travelers spa-style accommodations in over 300 square feet of luxurious interior space and 79-square-foot verandas. AquaClass suite guests will also have exclusive and complimentary access to the specialty restaurant Blu, which serves healthy Mediterranean cuisine, as well as Celebrity’s signature round-the-clock butler service.
“Celebrity Reflection is an impressive ship with many great features and attractions. A personal favorite is the specialty dining restaurant Qsine, which has a menu created by masterchef James Beard. It is a feast for the senses with unexpected twists and flavor combinations, all presented with flair,” said Lakshmi Durai, Executive Director Middle East, adding that Celebrity Reflection is the fifth and final ship to be built in the Solstice class.
The new two-bedroom Reflection Suite is another first for the cruise line, which features a distinctive sea-view bathroom with a glass shower that extends over the edge of the ship. The 1,636-square-foot suite also has a 194-square-foot wraparound veranda, offering guests an exclusive panoramic view.
Other novelties include the Reverie Dream Sleep System, which features a premium mattress allowing guests to customize the firmness of their beds, an en-suite iPad and several other perks. The vessel also features a new Game On card room, with six 32-inch, interactive touch screen tables, an expanded deck, larger restaurants, and the AquaSpa by Elemis, which offers guests a unique way to relax as they move through various rooms with a variety of temperatures and sensory experiences.
Celebrity Reflection will be based in the Caribbean for winter sailings and will return to the Mediterranean for summer. Reflection’s sister ship, Celebrity Solstice, will stop in Dubai – a first for the cruise line – for two days in November on its way from Europe to Australia.
As incredible as the vessel seems, guests onboard larger cruise ships are advised to stay as safe as possible. The larger and more expansive a vessel, the greater the chance for cruise ship accidents and injuries to take place. At Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A., we have seen our share of victims and have helped them receive compensation for their incidents. If you or someone you know was hurt while on a ship or during a shore excursion, contact us immediately to discuss your options in filing a claim.
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