Ever ask for different cabin furniture?

One of the few drawback about PC is that balcony cabins on their older ships do not have a love seat. You get a desk chair and one other chair with arms.... not particularly comfy on an extended cruise (which is mainly why we book mini suites on the older ships). While the newer ships have a deluxe balcony option that includes a love seat.... most of the fleet does not.  

Has any ever request a furniture change (such as changing out a chair for a more comfortable one)?  How did that work out for you?

17 Answers

Well at least people could not complain that they were tripping over your tray on the hall floor

We've done the same thing. I recall placing a table in the closet on one cruise. It was actually more useful in there than us tripping over it in the middle of the night.

Okay BAK, did you take this photo yourself? And if so, why? Surprised

On one cruise we ordered room service breakfast, one of my friends put down 3 next to the eggs, he thought he'd get 3 eggs. He got 3 breakfast plates of 2 eggs, bacon, patotos and fruite each. The room service guy was just laughing at him, he was in a cabin by himself. We took the fruit and helped eat some of the over order..... for once enough Bacon with breakfast.

We usually end up piling papers and stuff on it, and on occasion if we don't eat out on the balcony.... Breakfast!

No, we never had a reason to request a change of furniture.


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