Celebrity Cruises’ new-build Celebrity Reflection is to feature new classes of accommodation after the introduction of a deck area with dedicated suites.
The 1,636-square-foot Reflection Suite can accommodate up to six passengers and includes a 194-square-foot wraparound veranda.
Features include a sea-view bathroom extending out over the edge of the ship, a veranda tub with a rain shower, butler service and an in-room iPad.
Prices for the Reflection Suite, the brand’s first two-bedroom suite, start at £5,311 per person.
The ship will also include five 441-square-foot Signature Suites which can accommodate four people. Each will have 118-square-foot balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows and veranda doors. Prices start at £12,813 per person.
Both the Signature Suites and the Reflection Suite will have use of a deck area which is exclusive to the suite passengers. The entire deck can also be reserved for a private event, accommodating up to 26 guests.
The line is also introducing 300-square-foot Aqua Class suites. Each of the 34 suites will have 79-square-foot balconies and include all the features from existing Aqua Class accommodation such as exclusive access to the Blu speciality restaurant and unlimited access to the serene Persian Garden retreat.
Prices for the new Aqua Class Suites start at £3,722pp and will bring total accommodation on the ship up to 1,515 cabins and suites along with an additional eight new Sky Suites, 19 additional Concierge Class cabins and 11 additional inside cabins.
Celebrity Reflection will also offer 245 more sunloungers on an expanded pool deck, 45 additional seats in the Celebrity Theatre, 118 additional seats in the Oceanview Café, 24 additional seats each in Blu and in Tuscan Grille, four additional seats in Qsine and 40 additional seats in the main dining room.
The fifth Solstice class ship is due to enter service on October 12, 2012 running a nine-night European cruise from Amsterdam to Barcelona.
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