Jones - Answered a Question by Potter (20 Oct 07 14:59)

Check with the travel agent or the P&O brochur.

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Ireland - Answered a Question by Potter (19 Oct 07 19:46)

There are no charges for meals served in cabibs.

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Holden - Answered a Question by Potter (19 Oct 07 22:01)

There are no charges for cabin service on P & O as it is complimentary room service and on the Oceana the selection is very good.Regards June & Dave Holde.

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HIGGINS - Answered a Question by Potter (20 Oct 07 00:04)

No charges, but a limited menu and slow delivery time you can pre=order breakfast with a door slip, but from a fairly limited menu again. small tip if you feel like it.

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shipley - Answered a Question by Potter (20 Oct 07 01:28)

Hi,we travelled on the p&o Aurora earlier this year, and had room service on a few occasions, whilst there is a limited choice of meals on room service,there is no extra charge,its at yr discretion to tip the waiter,but we always did.it is all explained in yr welcome pack in your room.We enjoyed a late night snack & a pot of horlicks after getting in from a night out.

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Foster - Answered a Question by Potter (20 Oct 07 08:43)

None. Room service meals are available 24hrs. Limited menu.

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burdon - Answered a Question by Potter (21 Oct 07 15:23)

HI when you get on board there is a charge list in your room. I cannot remember the price list, but it wasn't expensive, There is honestly no need to have any meals in your room though, as there is plenty to chose from, amongst all the dining options.

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Parkinson - Answered a Question by Potter (21 Oct 07 16:45)

Not on Oriana, but there were charges on Arcadia last yea.

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