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Neptune Lounge and SC cabins on the Zuiderdam advertise no-host bars. Is it something like the "honor system"? Do you write down what you use and then they charge to cabin?


the last time i was in the neptune lounge there was no "no host" bar


there was a mini bottle liquor set up in the suite and that was inventoried and any bottles used was charged to your room account

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As well as the liquor, there will be water, sodas, beers and some mixers in the mini frig. A bar steward will check every day, leave a bill for anything you have consumed and make the neccessary refils......jean:cool:


PS they used to have a basket of snacks also, but they discontinued that a few years back

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The prices for those snack items was rediculous!! I imagine a lot of it was always thrown out due to expiration dates. Plus now you can get some of those items in the shop - still pricey.

We have only taken anything out of a refrid or bar, whatever on a couple of occassions. Once at a Hilton because they had some great coffee, once in Margarita Island cause the beer was like a buck or something and our last time on NCL> DD and I wanted tonic water for our vodka and we did use the tonic out of the refrig. The prices are, as KrazyK said, rediculous. NMNita

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