Summer may be slipping away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t grab some sunshine elsewhere.
This November you could be lazing on Miami’s most famed sand spot, South Beach before taking to the high seas on a cruise of a lifetime across the Caribbean.
They’ll be no time to waste once you step onboard your home for the week. Celebrity Cruises’ stylish Celebrity Reflection has gone all out to impress you, from a real grass Lawn Club to the Reflection Suite – featuring a glass shower overlooking the sea and an art studio where you can paint alongside professionals.
Plus, this ship has some of the most comfortable staterooms at sea, making them the perfect place to retire to after a long day ashore.
This super price covers all of your meals in the ship’s main restaurants as well as a jam-packed entertainment program. And with a pre and post night stay in Miami, you’ll get to discover all of the the city’s best hangouts.
• Day 1 – Miami, depart 4.00pm
• Day 2 – At sea
• Day 3 – San Juan, arrive 3.30pm, depart 11.00pm
• Day 4 – Philipsburg, arrive 9.30am, depart 6.00pm
• Day 5 – Basseterre, arrive 8.00am, depart 5.00pm
• Day 6 – At sea
• Day 7 – At sea
• Day 8 – Miami, arrive 7.00am
- 1-night pre-cruise stay and 1-night post-cruise stay in Miami
- Return flights from Manchester
- 7 nights onboard Celebrity Reflection, in an interior stateroom
- Full Board – all main dining and entertainment
- Free Champagne and strawberries
It’s not surprising Miami is considered one of America’s most famed cities. Old-school glamour, Art Deco hotels, a boardwalk that seems to stretch out for miles and warm tropical breezes all add to this city’s worldwide appeal. So, if you want to see Miami’s most renowned spots during your time here, head to Ocean Drive – this is one of the city’s most lively streets, despite being abandoned in the 1970s, it’s now booming with shops, restaurants and bars.
St. Maarten is an island made it up of two sides – a Dutch side and a French side. On the Dutch side you can expect duty-free shopping and a great nightlife, while the French side has a much more relaxing ambiance with its boutiques and cafes. Phillipsburg sits on the Dutch side and known for its stunning array of beaches, from Orient Bay Beach, the islands longest shoreline to Maho Bay Beach, famed for its unusual proximity Princess Juliana International Airport and Philipsburg Shore, which is backed by restaurants and bars.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||26 November 2016|
|Cabin Type:||Interior Stateroom|
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