The exterior of the Celebrity Reflection, the fifth and final ship in the Solstice Class line that began in 2008. The exterior of the Celebrity Reflection, the fifth and final ship in the Solstice Class line. The ship made her North American debut on Dec. 1 with a sailing out of Miami. The outdoor pool on Deck 14 has a pool bar, two pools, and Jacuzzis. Chairs were added to the deck of the Reflection to accommodate more guests. An extra 245 loungers were added to the expanded pool deck to accommodate more than 1,000 additional guests than the Reflection’s predecessors in the Solstice line have had. The Pool Bar is located on Deck 14. Weather permitting, the Mast Grill on Deck 15 is a casual dining spot where guests can have grilled specialties while overlooking the pool. Guests take a Zumba class by the outdoor pool on Deck 14. The iLounge has 22 computers that guests can use to surf the Internet. The lounge is also a licensed Apple reseller, one of the first at sea. The expanded Aqua Spa offers a wide range of services including massages, 24K gold facials, and a full Medi-Spa where guests can get acupuncture and other treatments. The enhanced AquaSpa by Elemis has a number of specialty areas such as a hammam, infrared sauna, steam rooms, and sensory showers. A treatment room at the AquaSpa where guests can get a variety of types of massages including a bamboo massage. Therapists experiment with lights and scents to help create different moods. The AquaSpa has an expanded 883 square-foot Persian Garden with six more curved, heated tiled beds. The cold room at the AquaSpa is kept at 52 degrees F to tighten pores that were opened and cleansed in the infrared sauna or aromatic steam room. Guests can get manicures, pedicures and haircuts in the salon. A state-of-the art fitness facility features cardio machines, spinning studios, and private workout areas. Classes and bootcamps are also available. The fitness center is equipped with TechnoGym equipment that is available for trial and purchase. The fitness center has been expanded to include four new studios. Personal training sessions are also available. Guests who don’t want to swim outdoors have the option of swimming in the indoor pool. Deck 14 has whimsical seating such as this cushioned hammock by the pool. The Sky Observation Lounge is one of more than a dozen drinking establishments on the Reflection. By day, the Sky Observation Lounge is a place to relax over a cocktail. At night, the dance floor gets packed. The Sky Observation Lounge offers expansive views from Deck 14. Oceanview Café on Deck 14 gives guests the options of a buffet meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Oceanview Café has buffet-style dining in an indoor and outdoor setting for 885 people. Guests have a variety of options at the buffet-style Oceanview Cafe, including complimentary pasta, pizza, soups, sandwiches, sushi, salad, and frozen yogurt. Cafe al Bacio offers pastries and specialty coffees and seats 54. Cafe Gelateria offers an assortment of traditional gelatos. Live music is played at the low-key Ensemble Lounge on Deck 5. The Ensemble Lounge has comfortable seating for pre- or after-dinner drinks. Qsine is one of the specialty restaurants and seats 90 people. Qsine, a specialty restaurant, has an eclectic menu that includes lobster and escargot fritters and sushi lollipops. Qsine, a specialty restaurant, has whimsical items such as chocolate-covered strawberry lollipops. Qsine, a specialty restaurant, seats 90 people. Tuscan Grille is another specialty restaurant that offers Italian cuisine and steaks and seats 144 people. Murano, one of five specialty restaurants on the Reflection, offers modern Continental cuisine. Murano offers items such as lobster bisque, caviar, lobster and duck breast. Murano, a specialty restaurant that seats 76 people, has an extensive wine collection. Bistro on Five is Celebrity’s creperie, with tableside service for lunch and dinner. Bistro on Five, a creperie, seats 72. Bistro on Five, a 72-seat creperie. Blu is Celebrity’s healthy food eatery designed for guests in AquaClass suites. Blu, a specialty restaurant designed for AquaClass guests, seats 152. Molecular bar is one of more than a dozen drinking establishments on the ship. It is located on Deck 5. Martini Bar & Crush on Deck 4 is a popular pre- and post-dinner bar. Martini Bar & Crush has an ice bar. The Sunset Bar is located in the aft of the ship. There are eight private cabana-style alcoves on the Lawn Club on Deck 15 that are available for a daily fee. The Lawn Club is a half-acre of manicured, real grass on the top of the ship. Guests can play bocce ball or croquet on the lawn. Oversized lawn chairs are located on the Lawn Club. The Lawn Club is a half-acre of manicured, real grass on the top of the ship. It is designed to evoke a country club feel. The Porch is a casual dining spot overlooking the lawn that offers breakfast and lunch paninis. It seats 48. The Lawn Club Grill is a specialty restaurant where guests can assist the chef in making their own pizzas and grilled meats. It seats 78 Guests in the AquaClass stateroom get unlimited access to the AquaSpa’s Persian Garden and complimentary dining at the Blu specialty restaurant. Guests in the AquaClass stateroom get priority boarding and debarkation. Guests in the penthouse get a complimentary meal at one of the specialty restaurants for every 7-night cruise. A bathroom in the penthouse suite, which also has a Jacuzzi. The bedroom in the 1,291 square-foot penthouse suite. The penthouse suite has a 385 square-foot veranda. The penthouse suite’s wraparound veranda has a Jacuzzi in it. A spa-inspired shower in the penthouse suite. The 590 square-foot Royal Suite has a dining area. The Royal Suite has a bathtub and a shower. There are eight Royal Suites in the Reflection. The Royal Suite sleeps up to four people. The Royal Suite has a 153 square-foot veranda. Some of the staterooms have pullout sleeper sofas. Guests in the new AquaClass Suite have a spa concierge to arrange personal AquaSpa treatments. Guests in the AquaClassSuite get complimentary bottled water and a carafe of flavor-infused iced tea. The AquaClassSuite has a Hansgrohe shower panel. Guests also get a spa kit with foot spray, lip balm, and a relaxation mist. Guests in the AquaClassSuite get luxury Bulgari bath amenities. There are five new Signature Suites in the Reflection. They have elaborate minibars with a wine storage area. The new Signature Suite is located in a private corridor that requires keycard access. The new 1,636 square-foot Reflection Suite has a 194-square-foot veranda and can accommodate up to six guests. The Celebrity Reflection has the brand’s first two-bedroom suite called the Reflection Suite. The highlight of the Reflection Suite is a sea-view bathroom with a rain shower that juts out over the edge of the ship. The new Reflection Suite has comfortable seating in a living room with panoramic views of the sea. A Reflection Suite bathtub. The Reflection Suite bar. The Hideaway is a quiet area where guests can get away to read or listen to music. The Art Studio offers a variety of classes throughout the day. Fortunes Casino is located on Deck 4 The Library on decks 10 and 11 is open 24 hours. Guests can take art classes in the Art Studio. The Reflection has a number of high-end retail stored including Michael Kors and Bulgari. The Reflection has about $60 million worth of art on board. The Reflection’s extensive art collection includes this life-sized photograph of a human silhouette by Japanese artist Yuki Onodera. It is called Rosa. Guests lounge in chairs by the indoor pool. Guests can choose from a variety of shore excursions at ports of call. The Celebrity Reflection had her North American debut in Miami on Dec. 1. She will set sail on Caribbean cruises this winter.