Aldrich - Answered a Question by O'Hara (02 Jun 08 13:39)

No, there are no bathrobes in the cabins. But if you have cruised 5 times with Celebrity you should be a Select member, this is recognised at the equivalent level in the RCI loyalty programme (Platinum) - and Platinum members receive bath robes. I never had problems with bath towels - there are usually 3, and then smaller hand towels. Again just ask if you want more.

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Watson - Answered a Question by O'Hara (02 Jun 08 15:21)

Hi, without a doubt bathrobes only supplied with suites, not for cabins lower in grade (ie balconies or lower). This is stated on their .com website, and I was on ID in May and no bathrobe in my inside cat m cabin. The bath towls are plenty, and can be changed daily, but you are correct, they are dinky. You could def dry yourself with the towels, however I find taking my own is more comfortable. Regarding formal dining, RCI do make a point to every guest of what is expected to be worn during formal dining, howver I have heard some people do ignore this. 98% of people do make an effort, but some do let it down. I wouldn't let this put you off, it really isn't a big deal. Happy cruisin.

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OHara - Answered a Question by O'Hara (02 Jun 08 18:09)

Hi Many thanks to both of you for your responses. They certainly help and make up feel happier about the cruise.

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atchison - Answered a Question by O'Hara (04 Jun 08 22:50)

Have sailed twice on RCI voyager of seas. In Deluxe Balcony Stateroom. Found service excellent both times. Staff could not have been more helpful. Towels are towels bath size and handtowel size. Renewed at least twice per day and rooms maintained at least twice per day. There is an option for dress code casual in some of the restaurants but in the main seated dining rooms formal nights are formal attire for whatever country you come from other nights are normally smart casual but you are notified by newsletter each day the dress code. You will also be advised of dress requirments upon receipt of tickets passes etc from RCI.

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