Aldrich - Answered a Question by Berry (17 Aug 08 18:14)

Hi, I see you have asked this question over on the much more active and responsive website so you now have your answer Margbem...!!

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John - Answered a Question by Berry (18 Aug 08 12:44)

Seems a perfectly sensible question. Clearly the questioner sees it as important enough to post the question on diferent websites. Perhaps Aldrich would like to share the answer with us all rather that rely on coded answers. Berry Look at the RCI web site that ought to tell you what you get with a famuly room.

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Neil Down - replied to John (18 Aug 08 15:00)

Problem is that if he gives an un cyphered answer it will not be published because it relates to as he puts it, a "much more active and responsive website" now you can read into that what you will. .... Neil .

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John - replied to Neil Down (18 Aug 08 17:52)

I can understand the name of the other web site not being published here, but surely the question could have been answered without mention of the other site.

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a - replied to John (18 Aug 08 19:20)

Here is the answer taken directly from the site that cannot be named: Here are some of the suite amenities................ Duvet cover. Vitality bathroom amenities, Suite Attendant Service, Terry Robes for use onboard, Complimentary slippers, Ensuite Coffee/Tea Service , Pillow Menu , Binoculars *for Asia, Alaska, South America and Europe itineraries , Priority check-in , Priority salon appointments , Priority Tender Tickets , Concierge Package with Key Voyager, Freedom and Radiance and some Vision class ships (Splendour being one and located on Deck 7 in the Card Room) , Personalized invitations to the Art Auctions , Priority Shore Excursions , Expedited Departure , Cheese Plate with Crackers prior to dinner. , On the first formal night Plate of Petit Fours at turndown. Personal Attention from the Hotel Director as well as Guest Relations Manager.

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Hornby - replied to a (04 Nov 08 13:36)

Wow! A personalised invitation to the 'art' auction! Book me up! Nothing I enjoy more than spending eye watering amounts of money at a bogus auction, then having to pay the same amount again to get the rubbish shipped. Not having a pop at you a , n in any way, but those so called art auctions are a standing joke!

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