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Old 06-04-2013, 05:57 AM   #1
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Coffee makers in rooms with sweetner and creamer?

We are staying at Royal Pacific Resort this weekend and my wife wants to know what kind of sweetners and coffee creamers do they have in the rooms?
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Old 06-04-2013, 07:49 AM   #2
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They have the all basic sweeteners and I think they are mini moo creamers, liquid little cups.
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They have the all basic sweeteners and I think they are mini moo creamers, liquid little cups.
I was told that you are charged for the K-Cups that you use for the Keurig machine in your room (At hard rock..anyways) Do you know if this is true?
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I have heard it said that if you request additional K cups, there may be a charge, but at PBH I was not charged for using what was there. It was replenished daily.
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I was told that you are charged for the K-Cups that you use for the Keurig machine in your room (At hard rock..anyways) Do you know if this is true?
It was not true when we were at the HRH last month. There were 4 K-cups when we arrived, and they replenished them to 4-6 each afternoon. They sold additional K-cups at Emack&Bolios for $1.50 each.

Also, getting them to leave only regular coffee K-cups turned out to be difficult. We'd generally get 2 regular, one decaf, and one tea.
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I think I might bring some of my own K cups from home so I get what I want in the morning. I'm the only one who drinks it and I don't like dark roast or decaf.
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I have heard it said that if you request additional K cups, there may be a charge, but at PBH I was not charged for using what was there. It was replenished daily.
I think that's the situation. Just don't ask for more than they naturally give you and you're fine.

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I think I might bring some of my own K cups from home so I get what I want in the morning. I'm the only one who drinks it and I don't like dark roast or decaf.
That's what we're doing. Though I ADORE the Emeril's coffee, and RPR was the first place I had it! So if they have Emeril's out, I'm drinking it.
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It was not true when we were at the HRH last month. There were 4 K-cups when we arrived, and they replenished them to 4-6 each afternoon. They sold additional K-cups at Emack&Bolios for $1.50 each.

Also, getting them to leave only regular coffee K-cups turned out to be difficult. We'd generally get 2 regular, one decaf, and one tea.
Thanks for the reply. I was unsure if it was true.
I'll throw a few of our fav's in our suitcases to bring along but great to see its provided for free.
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Yes they charge if you ask for more. You get what's there replenished each day.
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What kind of sweetners are in the rooms? How are the mini moo creamers kept cold?
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What kind of sweetners are in the rooms? How are the mini moo creamers kept cold?
Creamers don't need to be kept cold.

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Thanks so much. This helps alot with planning.
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We just returned from there and we had 2 regular, 1 decaf and 1 tea.
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We just returned from there and we had 2 regular, 1 decaf and 1 tea.
Yep, that's the new protocol.
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