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Theme Nights on Reflection?


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They really don't announce these ahead of your cruise, so no need to feel that you need a costume, but there have been 50's nights, Disco nights, black/white nights, and others over the years. Often the staff dress up but there's no need to drag your poodle skirt with you unless there's extra room in your suitcase.:)

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I have found theme nights to be very sporadic on Celebrity. In my 24 X cruises I have encountered a couple of 'hawaiian' party nights, a 60's night or two, and one 'white' party. Truthfully I found it a little frustrating that they could not communicate this ahead of time. It would not stop me from participating, but it was kinda frustrating to be among a crowd dressed appropriately (in my black dress, because I brought nothing white), just because by chance they happened to have brought clothing that fit the theme. Most cruises had none of the above.

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Celebrity should send a mass email to those boarding a certain ship about a week in advance. IE:

"Hi. Welcome aboard the Celebrity. We've got some great activities planned for your cruise, such as



50's NIGHT.


Bring your clothes for these events and plan to have a blast!


See you aboard! Entertainment staff of the Celebrity"

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I'm a little confused. What are the "theme nights" on Reflection? Is there some sort of getup I need to bring or some items I need to bring to be a part of it? Thank you!!!


No confusion necessary. Celebrity rarely has any theme nights.

They might have an evening activity after late dining...maybe a party

at the pool. But as for the entire night? Been on many cruises with them

over the years and "theme nights" are not normally part of the evening.


In my opinion, there is no need to bring anything extra or any sort

of get up for the evenings.

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