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Old October 18th, 2017, 02:30 PM
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What is the correct procedure when you are done with room service meal? Do you leave dishes in your room or put them in the hallway? I don't know which one is correct.


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Old October 18th, 2017, 06:05 PM
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Contrary to what many people do, the cruise lines do not want you to put the dishes in the hallway for obvious safety reasons. They prefer you either call room service to have the dishes removed or leave the dishes in your cabin and your cabin steward will remove them in the morning.

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I have to disagree with Pete on this one. On John Heald's Facebook page he specifically requested that the tray go in the hall with a call to room service to pick it up. The room stewards do not want to deal with this.

It's basically the same rule as in a hotel.

Now there will be eight more opinions on the subject.

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