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Carnegie - Answered a Question by burdon (20 Oct 08 10:28)

I have already booked a date for the White Room and have been told by P&O to book a time when we embark but reading Cruise Answers I find that on some days it is possible to get reductions for both East and White Room some people paid only 7.50p. But as they are both popular they might fill up quickly but on the other hand when I checked the Ventura Cruise N821 I find there are still a lot of Cabins going so sounds as if it wont be a full ship. We get on the ship on the 5th. Really looking forward to our 1st Cruise and THE SUN!

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burdon - replied to Carnegie (23 Oct 08 16:02)

Thank you, we are going to book before we embark, and we get on the ship on the 6th probably see you in the MPW room!! T.

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Smithies - replied to burdon (26 Oct 08 09:05)

We have just been on the Med cruise and there were seats available for East and White Room on all days of tyhe voyage!!! Enjoy the cruise.

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horne - replied to Carnegie (30 Sep 09 19:54)

Hi there how do you book the white room in advance ? do you call p and o direct ?

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Mitchell - Answered a Question by burdon (20 Oct 08 12:39)

We booked the WR prior to cruising, and then booked whilst on board for a second visit. However, I wouldn't take the chance, so my advice would be to pre-book. Also noticed on one night that East looked virtually empty, but when we went in they said they were fully booked?? When we finally ate there we found the food to be pretty good, but nowhere near the standard of the WR.

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Brunning - Answered a Question by burdon (21 Oct 08 20:11)

You must definately book the white room before your cruise, you a guaranteed a place but make sure when you get on board you go to the restaurant to book time and date.

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Russell - Answered a Question by burdon (21 Oct 08 21:45)

We ate in the White Room on our cruise once, we wanted to go again but they were fully booked, I would definitely advise that you book as soon as possible and if you can afford it go at least twice, we went on a formal night in the middle of our cruise in May.

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Chipping - Answered a Question by burdon (22 Oct 08 15:38)

Dont be in too much of a rush to book it, there is nothing White about the room, and the food is only okay, but if you must book do it in adavance where possible. You will get mixed and confusing information on board, the staff really do not know what is going on when. Restairant bookings on the Ventura was the worst cruise experience of my life, and I have done loads of cruises.

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Hudson - Answered a Question by burdon (22 Oct 08 19:18)

If you like eating stuffed pigeon...than book it!

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Mellor - Answered a Question by burdon (12 Nov 08 10:23)

Even when the ship was full (July 31st trip to Venice) we were able to book for the White Room on boarding day for the day of our choice. On the night itself the inside area was full but the terrace outside had a few spaces available.

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