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Old 03-28-2007, 06:09 PM
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Does anyone know If you can order room service Coffee in the morning and is there a cost for it?
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Old 03-28-2007, 06:13 PM
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Hi yooper!

Sure! You can order coffee from room service any time of the day. There is no charge for it, although the expectation is that the room service waiter gets a tip when they arrive with your order.
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Someone is back on game with that excellent post!

Just leave your request with your Cabin Steward or put on outside of door for best time of service.

If all that fails, which is rare, just call them up and order. Is better to have an earlier, or even standing order as it gets busy in the AM.
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Thank both of you for the excellent advise.
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Just another tip...if you really like coffee and more than one is drinking, order "coffee for 4." The pitchers are small and the cups are too.
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Just another tip...if you really like coffee and more than one is drinking, order "coffee for 4." The pitchers are small and the cups are too.
Yep, cups are small. Someone at this site brings his own cup . I just fill mine twice
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I would be inclined to bring my own beans and coffee maker. But I'm lazy. I don't care for what is known as boiled-down coffee, re-constituted and heated. But there is something nice about having it delivered to your balcony before DW is awake.

(Of course, like Dave I have been up for a while), inspected the ship, supervised coming along side, (in my mind) and have had my perfunctory toasted bagel with salami, smoked salmon and cream cheese.
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So that's why cruise ship coffee is so mediocre; I guess if you are serving hundreds of gallons a day you can't make it fresh.

Lox and bagels? We are most definitely kindred spirits. Chef Ken, have you ever been to Israel and had the great buffet breakfasts? Smoked fish and cheeses and olives and all sorts of things you would never think of eating for breakfast.
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I have not been to Israel but I am all over that kind of food! While in the Bahamas I was served a delicious breakfast of freshly caught fish and grits.

Regarding coffee, I usually defer to the now, ever present espresso bars.

Our friend is now in the business of keeping his smile on while he endures his time at Disney World
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He'll be fine at Disney World; he's just a big kid at heart--he even says so! And besides, all he has to do is think about what comes after D.W.
 
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