Bold - Answered a Question by Goodhind (08 Sep 08 13:54)

They are not supplied at Inside cabins. You should be able to get them added on but be warned it might cost you extra. why not ring them up see what they say.

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Not a Snob - Answered a Question by Goodhind (08 Sep 08 21:44)

Take your own. Bathrobes are only supplied to suite occupiers, and they look like real (pretend snobs) when parading around the pool. More or less saying LOOK AT US WE are in a suite! But you can buy the same in the onboard shops if you want to look like a real plonker!

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Guy - Answered a Question by Goodhind (09 Sep 08 08:39)

Thats a bit unfair! what are people supposed to do, deliberately not wear the robes just so people dont think they are showing off. We were in a balcony cabin on Aurora and asked our stewardess if robes were supplied and within 30 minutes she had brought us a pair. I think she was being kind and they are not usually supplied and actually we never left the cabin in them but I would never have thought people would think we were showing off if we had donen Enjoy Aurora, regards Carol Guy.

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Turnbull - Answered a Question by Goodhind (09 Sep 08 17:26)

Not normally unless you are in a suite. I have e-mailed P&O several times and asked them about bathrobes as they take up such a lot of valuable packing space and they once told me that they would be available to passengers in all grades of cabin this year but they haven't been so far. We did ask a stewardess about a bathrobe on Oriana last year but were told "no they are only for people in a suite", we had offered to pay for them but were still met with a negative reply.

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