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Logan - Answered a Question by hollingsworth (28 Jan 09 02:14)

No, there are no coffee or tea facilities in your cabin but you can order room service ahead of time for the mornings and anytime 24 hrs per day if you like. I believe coffee and tea would be free as well as any food items you order. Have fun.

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taylor - Answered a Question by hollingsworth (17 Jul 07 16:42)

We went on spendour of the seas in 2006 and being ab american ship it didnt have tea or coffee making facilities in the cabin.

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Moyes - Answered a Question by hollingsworth (17 Jul 07 20:32)

I have been on 4 Royal Caribbean cruises and none have coffee/tea making facilities - but they do have room service - fre.

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Collins - Answered a Question by hollingsworth (23 Jul 07 18:51)

O'h dont slum it making your own tea, order room service. They have a simple room menu, with a good choice. We did the ledgend, and one night at about 1.00 came back from the night club and felt like a cuppa, they presented me with a lovely tray with linen clothe etc. I didn't forget to tip though, they do work hard and it was late. Have a nice hol.

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Ross - Answered a Question by hollingsworth (10 Aug 07 17:42)

If you are in a Suite then there will be tea/coffee making facilities - otherwise you can just order it 24hr a day from room service.

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