Reflection has three dining rooms. The guest's cabin category determines that guest's restaurant.
Most guests dine in the two-level Opus Dining Room. Done in a contemporary style, it is
nonetheless one of the more impressive cruise ship dining rooms. As on all the Solstice ships, at one end is the glistening metallic wine tower while at the other is a
glamorous staircase. Overhead is a huge chandelier.
The Opus is open for breakfast (every day) and lunch (sea days) on an open seating basis. In the evenings, there is both a traditional two-seating dining system and a flexible dining option.
Guests staying in Suite Class accommodations have exclusive access to Luminae for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is designed to be a luxury experience serving dishes not offered elsewhere on the ship. Dishes are cooked ala minute. An intimate room, the tables, primarily tables for two, are placed close enough together so that guests at adjoining tables can converse if so desired.
Blu is the assigned restaurant for guests staying in Aqua class staterooms and suites. These accommodations have a link
to the ship's spa and so Blu offers "clean cuisine" with a Mediterranean influence. But do not mistake this venue for the
stereotype of a health food restaurant. It easily qualifies as a fine dining venue with the variety of its menu offerings, the
preparation and the service.
Reflecting the fact that the ship was built with Aquaclass suites, Blu's capacity was increased by 24 seats over its counterpart on Silhouette.
Cruise ship photo tour and commentary - - Celebrity Cruises - - Celebrity Reflection - - Dining (Main Dining Rooms)