Are bathrobes provided or do you have to take your own?

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  1. shep

    shep Let me tell ya about our 2008 trip out west...

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    Didn't want to sit on the verandah with PJs on...
    Or is your Verandah blocked from view of the people next to you??
     
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  3. HeatherH

    HeatherH Earning My Ears<br><font color="darkorchid">Okay,

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    Robes are only provided in the suites, Cat. 3 and above.

    There are dividers between verandahs but it's easy to "peek over" the railing and see your neighbors. So if you don't want to be seen in your jammies, bring a robe. ;)
     
  4. mommasita

    mommasita DIS VETERAN Moderator

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    Robes are only provided in Cat 1, 2, or 3...

    Peope next to you in another verandah, need only put their head around...Very easily done...

    We were connecting, and family, so we did it...Did not do it to the others though... :cloud9:
     
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  6. dgaston

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    I didn't think it was easy to look around the verandas, but then maybe I didn't try!
     
  7. roscodog

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    It's very easy to peek around the veranda if you are an adult. The dividers go up to the rail but the rail is continuous on the ship therefore it is easy to lean over the rail and look into the next veranda. I was not so fearful of next door neighbors but more weary of adjacent ships docked next to us when we were in port.
     
  8. pppiglet

    pppiglet DIS Cast Member<br><font color=deeppink>Don't like

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    I just read a trip report on cruisecritic for RCI and they said they requested a robe from their room steward and tipped him for it and he got them one. Do you think DCL would do this too? I really don't want to pack all our robes!
     

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