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Does NCL provide robes in cabin regardless of your status?

 

If you are in a balcony you should have robes in the cabin.

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Technically if you are in a balcony or above they should provide robes in the room.

 

When I was on the Gem(balcony) they provided robes in the room, when I was on Breakaway(family mini suite balcony) they didn't have it in the room, I had to ask for it.

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Technically if you are in a balcony or above they should provide robes in the room.

 

When I was on the Gem(balcony) they provided robes in the room, when I was on Breakaway(family mini suite balcony) they didn't have it in the room, I had to ask for it.

 

We requested and got them on Princess in a balcony cabin.. We were in a balcony last time on NCL and they weren't in the cabin when we got there and I didn't think to ask. Will have to ask next time.

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When we were in a balcony cabin on the Dawn last summer, we asked for robes and they were brought to us. However, there not Terry cloth, but the waffle cloth.

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Never thought to ask!! I swim a lot so "finish up" with pool towels in the room that the steward always changes. It would be nice to have a robe as well.

 

Mike

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3 balconies and 1 mini suite with NCL in the past 3 years and no robes ever provided or offered, and never thought to ask.

 

 

We had robes in our balcony cabin on Escape. We managed to squish them aside enough to allow room for our clothes. I wish they wouldn't put them in there, but not worth having them removed.

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We recently were on the Gem in an inside cabin. We did not ask for robes but on the second day they were hanging in our room after the steward made it up.

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If you have or are planning to purchase a spa pass you can get robes in the spa.

 

My wife and I were in an oceanview for a week on the Star, had a spa pass and had bath robes all week.

 

Unfortunately on the Star the easiest way to the front of the ship from the spa is through the buffet. Never thought I'd find myself at the buffet in a bathrobe but alas there we were, the same " 'mericans " we always made fun of.

 

Just ask your stew. It shouldnt be a problem.

 

-Sean

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Even on our cruises in an Inside cabin, the steward would get them for us upon request.

To save closet space, you can hang the robes on the hooks inside the bathroom door...

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We were on the Dawn in Oct/Nov and were surprised to find that there *were* robes in our closet! :)

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If you have or are planning to purchase a spa pass you can get robes in the spa.

 

My wife and I were in an oceanview for a week on the Star, had a spa pass and had bath robes all week.

 

Unfortunately on the Star the easiest way to the front of the ship from the spa is through the buffet. Never thought I'd find myself at the buffet in a bathrobe but alas there we were, the same " 'mericans " we always made fun of.

 

Just ask your stew. It shouldnt be a problem.

 

-Sean

 

There is a difference between passing through the buffet in a robe and eating in the buffet in a robe so you are safe:).

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Try Holland America at least once. I like them and Norwegian much better than Carnival and RCCL. I may like them a bit more than Norwegian.

 

Technically if you are in a balcony or above they should provide robes in the room.

 

When I was on the Gem(balcony) they provided robes in the room, when I was on Breakaway(family mini suite balcony) they didn't have it in the room, I had to ask for it.

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Try Holland America at least once. I like them and Norwegian much better than Carnival and RCCL. I may like them a bit more than Norwegian.

Ok. But be conscious of the fact that you are replying to a thread that has been dead for two years.

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Try Holland America at least once. I like them and Norwegian much better than Carnival and RCCL. I may like them a bit more than Norwegian.

 

Does HAL have better robes? The subject of this post is bathrobes. Just saying.

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Does HAL have better robes? The subject of this post is bathrobes. Just saying.

 

I can't yet answer that question (I look forward to comparing them in January). I can however say that we didn't have to ask for them on HAL, they were already in our balcony cabin.

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Post was 2 years old ... NCL ... was in a balcony with no robes provided & had to ask for one and then in an oceanview, pre-stocked with 2 robes ... hanging inside the closet (and ship was late with turnaround & late boarding even with VIP recognition).

 

DW does use it on chilly mornings if sitting on the balcony. Until such time ... a bigger/larger "one-size-fit-all" robe is available, it is useless for some of us ... XXL or higher ;p.

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