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Old 12-25-2009, 11:09 AM   #1
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How much does food cost on a Disney Cruise?

I'm browsing a Disney Cruise through http://disneycruise.disney.go.com/sh...dining/search/ and cannot find any pricing on food (breakfast, lunch, supper).

How much does food cost?

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Old 12-25-2009, 11:12 AM   #2
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I'm browsing a Disney Cruise through http://disneycruise.disney.go.com/sh...dining/search/ and cannot find any pricing on food (breakfast, lunch, supper).

How much does food cost?

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it is all included in the price
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Old 12-25-2009, 11:14 AM   #3
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Everything is included with the exception of Alcohol and snacks for the shows. But all 3 of your daily meals are included in cruise price, and you can eat as MUCH as you'd like!!!!!
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Old 12-25-2009, 11:19 AM   #4
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Don't forget free buffets, room srevice 24hrs a day, snack bars, ice cream, pizza slices as well as pop, coffee, tea.
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Everything is included with the exception of Alcohol and snacks for the shows. But all 3 of your daily meals are included in cruise price, and you can eat as MUCH as you'd like!!!!!
Just want to add that if you go to Palo (adults only) there is an additional fee per couple (nominal) plus tip. I believe that Palo is a do not miss destination for couples.
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Old 12-25-2009, 11:24 AM   #6
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They do have one restaurant which is adults only that does have a surcharge. $15 for dinner
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Old 12-25-2009, 11:42 AM   #7
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There is no reason to spend an extra penny for food on a DCL cruise unless you choose to. All meals in the main dining rooms, the fast food outlets on deck 9, and the "snacks" outside the nightclubs in the evenings and late night are included as are the pirate and dessert buffets. Sodas are free in the dining rooms and the beverage station on deck 9. Juices, tea, coffee, etc. are free.

What you can CHOOSE to spend money on:
Palo (adult only) restaurant $15 per person for brunch or dinner, $5 per person for high tea
Alcoholic beverages, smoothies, specialty coffees (at Cove Cafe)
Popcorn, candy outside of theatres (you don't need to do this; you can get snacks from deck 9 and take them with you!) or from room service
Sodas served in cans from any bar or room service
bottled water (again, not needed...ship's water is good!)

You are allowed to bring your own sodas, alcohol, etc. on board with you. If you take a bottle of wine into the dining room you will be charged a "corking fee," but your room host will supply a corkscrew and glasses and you can open it and pour it in your room at no charge.
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Old 12-25-2009, 01:20 PM   #8
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Don't forget free buffets, room srevice 24hrs a day, snack bars, ice cream, pizza slices as well as pop, coffee, tea.
There is a charge associated with room service.
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Old 12-25-2009, 01:23 PM   #9
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There is a charge associated with room service.
Just tipping, but no charge for room service unless you order a "packaged" item (soda, chips, candy) or alcohol. We ordered cake of the day, Cheese plates and Breakfast every day and just tipped the server.
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Old 12-25-2009, 02:46 PM   #10
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There is a charge associated with room service.
There is no charge associated with room service unless you have ordered items that have a charge--like boxes or bags of candy or sodas. (see above). These are the same items that are charged no matter where you buy them. It is customary to tip the person who delivers your room service a couple dollars at your discretion.
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Old 12-25-2009, 03:54 PM   #11
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Just tipping, but no charge for room service unless you order a "packaged" item (soda, chips, candy) or alcohol. We ordered cake of the day, Cheese plates and Breakfast every day and just tipped the server.
we put in a large order each night for juices, cheese platters, fruits, and snacks and paid in one tip. We stored the stuff for the next morning in case the kids were hungry before we were all ready to go for breakfast.

we spent a total of $26 on two alc. bev (one was accidental 0 first drink and all) and the smoothies
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Old 12-25-2009, 07:26 PM   #12
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More than one bottle of wine etc.??

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There is no reason to spend an extra penny for food on a DCL cruise unless you choose to. All meals in the main dining rooms, the fast food outlets on deck 9, and the "snacks" outside the nightclubs in the evenings and late night are included as are the pirate and dessert buffets. Sodas are free in the dining rooms and the beverage station on deck 9. Juices, tea, coffee, etc. are free.

What you can CHOOSE to spend money on:
Palo (adult only) restaurant $15 per person for brunch or dinner, $5 per person for high tea
Alcoholic beverages, smoothies, specialty coffees (at Cove Cafe)
Popcorn, candy outside of theatres (you don't need to do this; you can get snacks from deck 9 and take them with you!) or from room service
Sodas served in cans from any bar or room service
bottled water (again, not needed...ship's water is good!)

You are allowed to bring your own sodas, alcohol, etc. on board with you. If you take a bottle of wine into the dining room you will be charged a "corking fee," but your room host will supply a corkscrew and glasses and you can open it and pour it in your room at no charge.
Anyone know if we can take more than one or two bottles of wine on board?
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Old 12-25-2009, 07:38 PM   #13
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Is there somewhere to get whole milk for dd1 or is there a charge for that through room service?
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Anyone know if we can take more than one or two bottles of wine on board?
You can take as much as you can carry on.. Has to be able to fit through the scanner (carryon size). But no specific "limit". I've seen people on the Disboards say they've carried on a case. DH carried on 72 cans of beer in a rolling cooler last year (shared some of course)
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Anyone know if we can take more than one or two bottles of wine on board?
I will say that we brought a bit more than 2 bottles on board!

We brought...7 bottles of wine, beer (18 or 24 - I forgot) and 3 other bottles of alcohol. When they scanned my rolling cooler before entering the cruise terminal, the guy gave me a hard time and asked me if I was afraid they would run out of alcohol on the boat!

We did drink the wine (1 bottle each night between 3 adults) and did pretty good with a lot of the other beverages. We gave away a bit to some friends who were on their way to WDW at the end of the cruise.

I seriously enjoy just a cheap (under $10) bottle of wine so we saved a lot of $$ by doing this.

We never brought our bottles out of the room. We mixed or poured in our stateroom and carried it out. I had brought with really nice (and large) wine glasses as well as mugs for the mixed drinks.
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