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We have a suite and we’re wondering what options do we have for our last day on the ship.

 

Can we order room service?

What restaurants are available?

What is the latest time we can stay on the ship?

 

 

 

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We have a suite and we’re wondering what options do we have for our last day on the ship.

 

Can we order room service?

What restaurants are available?

What is the latest time we can stay on the ship?

 

 

 

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Room service not available on the last morning.

You can go to Luminae, Blu, MDR, or Buffet. You can get coffee/Tea and some pastry at Al Bacio.

You can generally stay until last call which is usually from 10:00-10:30am

You can wait in Michael's Club were they will serve coffee and tea.

You will receive special baggage tags and can leave whenever you wish.

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Just to slightly expand on Orator's response -- Luminae will definitely be open for lunch. Michael's Club will also have the small assortment of pastries, fruit plate and so forth as they always do in the mornings. And the Michael's Club concierge will escort you to the front of the disembarkation line if you so please.

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Just to slightly expand on Orator's response -- Luminae will definitely be open for lunch. Michael's Club will also have the small assortment of pastries, fruit plate and so forth as they always do in the mornings. And the Michael's Club concierge will escort you to the front of the disembarkation line if you so please.

You meant to say (I guess) that Luminae is open for breakfast rather than lunch. Lunch is for the embarking Suite passengers. The OP will be gone way before lunch.

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Just disembarked the Connie on Monday.

 

Luminae, Blu & the MDR were open for breakfast from 6:30 - 8 am.

Michaels Club was serving coffee, pastries & some fruit and you could wait there until you were ready to disembark. The ship planned to have everyone off by 9:30 and were running ahead of schedule. So in our case the latest we would have been able to stay on the ship was 9:30.

 

We exited the ship around 9.

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Just disembarked the Connie on Monday.

 

Luminae, Blu & the MDR were open for breakfast from 6:30 - 8 am.

Michaels Club was serving coffee, pastries & some fruit and you could wait there until you were ready to disembark. The ship planned to have everyone off by 9:30 and were running ahead of schedule. So in our case the latest we would have been able to stay on the ship was 9:30.

 

We exited the ship around 9.

The Manifest must be at Zero before new passengers can be boarded so they want to have the disembarkation go as quickly as possible.

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You meant to say (I guess) that Luminae is open for breakfast rather than lunch. Lunch is for the embarking Suite passengers. The OP will be gone way before lunch.

 

 

Yes -- I meant to say that Luminae is open for breakfast on embarkation day. Apparently I haven't had a sufficient amount of coffee this morning (I am on Alaska time)!

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Yes -- I meant to say that Luminae is open for breakfast on embarkation day. Apparently I haven't had a sufficient amount of coffee this morning (I am on Alaska time)!

Have another coffee in a beautiful part of the world.

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Room service not available on the last morning.

You can go to Luminae, Blu, MDR, or Buffet. You can get coffee/Tea and some pastry at Al Bacio.

You can generally stay until last call which is usually from 10:00-10:30am

You can wait in Michael's Club were they will serve coffee and tea.

You will receive special baggage tags and can leave whenever you wish.

 

Just got off Millennium last week. Our butler arranged for coffee and juice to be delivered to us the morning of disembarkation just as he had every other morning of the cruise. I have no idea if that is normal or routine, but it does show that it is possible.

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Just got off Millennium last week. Our butler arranged for coffee and juice to be delivered to us the morning of disembarkation just as he had every other morning of the cruise. I have no idea if that is normal or routine, but it does show that it is possible.

 

 

 

Funny, I found this sheet in the stateroom binder last week and we were in AQ. It says we can have continental breakfast room service on the last day. I hadn’t heard that before.

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Funny, I found this sheet in the stateroom binder last week and we were in AQ. It says we can have continental breakfast room service on the last day. I hadn’t heard that before.

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Must be a recent addition. They often test a new idea on one or two ships and if successful implement fleetwide.

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Can you get alcoholic beverages on the last day in MC. Might need one for the road

 

Drink up 🍹🍸🍷🍺🥂

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Can you get alcoholic beverages on the last day in MC. Might need one for the road

 

 

 

Drink up [emoji484][emoji483][emoji485][emoji481]🥂

 

 

 

I have seen people drinking what I assumed were mimosas while waiting for disembarkation in MC. You should be able to get one for the road. [emoji2]

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Can you get alcoholic beverages on the last day in MC. Might need one for the road

 

Drink up 🍹🍸🍷🍺🥂

 

Yes we after breakfast we had some champagne in MC, really enjoyed MC open for drinks from morning to midnight , this was on summit last week.

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Funny, I found this sheet in the stateroom binder last week and we were in AQ. It says we can have continental breakfast room service on the last day. I hadn’t heard that before.

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How early can you have this delivered on disembarkation day ?

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How early can you have this delivered on disembarkation day ?

I'm not sure as I didn't do it. I imagine you could ask your stateroom attendant if and when it could happen on disembarkation day.

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