rushe - Answered a Question by cooper (06 Aug 08 18:28)

Hi, did a cruise on island star in june and sorry to say none of the cabins have tea and coffee making facilities. I don't smoke but I believe you are allowed to smoke on your balcony if you want. I'm sure you will have a great holiday on Island Star we did.

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Parker - Answered a Question by cooper (06 Aug 08 21:00)

We have been on the island star twice and sorry to say there are no tea/coffee making facilities. Smoking is allowed but only in certain areas of the ships, one of this being on one side of the outside deck where ash trays are placed for your use. You will have a great holiday.

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cooper - replied to Parker (07 Aug 08 15:29)

Thankyou for reply to my question on coffee and tea making facilities. We have been spoilt as on other ships we had them in our cabin. Do they do room service or is there a charge for this, and also is there a fridge in your cabin. thanks for your help on these questions.

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Parker - replied to cooper (08 Aug 08 11:38)

No there were not fridges in the cabin we had, outside cabin, but there is room service though i cannot remember whether there is a charge as we never used it. We were happy to use the buffet service for early morning and late night drinks. Most nights we would bring tea/coffee back down to cabin.

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