Room Service

While room service varies from cruise line to cruise line (free, not free, etc.), it seems to be a universal ship "rule", don't put your tray, dishes, etc outside your door. Let the steward remove them. Part of it is a safety issue because the halls are so narrow.

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I think its gross to leave plates of food on the floor

 

Steward has always picked mine up from the table the next day.  I have no idea why people put them in the passageway.  Do they do that when they are at home?

There is a discussion on another forum about this today.  A post from John Heald's FB page was referenced.  He advises Carnival cruisers to place their trays and dishes in the hall so they can be gathered, washed, and put back in service more quickly.

Our stewards have told us to put the tray in the hall, so that's what we do.  We are mindful to empty liquids into the sink and cover any leftover food.

I'm not sure about any other cruiseline's policy, but this seems to be the answer of the day from Carnival.  Ask another day, and your answer may vary LOL

 

It's a no-no on Princess Cruises.

And I'm not fond of the policy on Carnival. 

Nope sorry.  Wont do it.  I don't need some idiot stumbling over them and possibly kicking leftovers all over the place.  Nope...wont do it.

I have left the tray in the cabin and it was cleared when the steward comes to clean the cabin.   If I'd have to put it in the hall way,   I'd put it in front of the door of the cabin with the noisy kids..... Just kidding.  

The little desk/vanity area is usually where it will go. We tend to get one or two of everything sometimes, so there is a lot, but as long as I can get the BF out of the cabin so the steward can do their job, its all good. 

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Nope sorry.  Wont do it.  I don't need some idiot stumbling over them and possibly kicking leftovers all over the place.  Nope...wont do it.

 

 

That's exactly what would happen and then you're the one not getting towel animals and etc.Big Smile 

We usually put them in the hallway like the steward requests. When we've left them in the room, the steward put them in the hallway anyway.

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