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Old 02-09-2006, 09:39 PM
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We are going on the EOS in April. We have 5 in our party is two seperate rooms. Is there any way to make sure we are at the same table? Also, How many people does RCI put at each table. We are going to be with a one year old and would not want to ruin a romantic honeymoon couples dinner . It would be great just to have us five.
Any advice on how to make this happen would be great.
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Old 02-10-2006, 03:37 AM
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We are going the third time together with friends. When booking, we tell that we are together with couple... and want to sit at the same table.
Never had a problem.
I think the best way for you is a table for 6, so ask for it, otherwise you have to talk to the Maitre Dīthe first evening, or better try to catch him when you come onboard. Go in the dining room and watch where your table is, and maybe if you are not satisfied, he can arrange a change.
But for 5 persons it can be difficult, and because you are travelling with a one year old Iīm sure you prefer first seating from about 6 to 8.30pm. Sometimes its more frequented than second seating.

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Old 02-10-2006, 07:12 AM
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We are going on the EOS in April. We have 5 in our party is two seperate rooms. Is there any way to make sure we are at the same table? Also, How many people does RCI put at each table. We are going to be with a one year old and would not want to ruin a romantic honeymoon couples dinner . It would be great just to have us five.
Any advice on how to make this happen would be great.
Just double check that your travel agent has cross referenced your two rooms with the cruise line. Tables are usually for 4, 6 or 8. Request a table for 6. I doubt they'd put a single person at the table with you, but even if they do, if they don't want to sit with a baby, they can change tables. Not to worry.

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Old 02-10-2006, 11:24 AM
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If you did not use a travel agent, you can go to RCCL web page and if you look up your reservation, there is a link for Dining preferences under Cruise Enhancements if you click on that you can link your reservation with other booked passengers via their reservation number. Hope this helps. If you need help doing this let me know!
 
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