Royal Caribbean’s Quantum leap: No main dining rooms

By Rebecca Tobin Royal Caribbean International is eliminating the main dining rooms on its two upcoming ships, the Quantum and Anthem of the Seas, in favor of five smaller restaurants that will offer specific culinary styles. The five restaurants, to be included in the cruise price, will be among a total of 18 eateries onboard,Continue reading “Royal Caribbean’s Quantum leap: No main dining rooms”

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Crystal Cruises limits dining at specialty restaurants

By Tom Stieghorst Crystal Cruises said it will limit the number of times guests can dine in its speciality restaurants, Prego and Silk Road, starting with voyages this week. On sailings of under 14 days, one reservation per guest will be honoured at each restaurant for the voyage. For longer voyages, two reservations per guestContinue reading “Crystal Cruises limits dining at specialty restaurants”

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Update: Carnival goes for classic American with new dining experience

Carnival goes for classic American with new dining experience By Tom Stieghorst In retooling its main dining rooms, Carnival Cruise Lines is returning to classic American dishes instead of the more exotic and fanciful fare that once captivated cruisers. At the same time, Carnival will tailor the dining experience to either its “casual” or “cruiseContinue reading “Update: Carnival goes for classic American with new dining experience”

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