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Carnival Removes Free Room Service

By ,   January 2, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Starting in mid-January, Carnival Cruise Line is rolling out a brand new room service menu on which all items come with a charge. The only exception is the Continental breakfasts. The company is also increasing the price of its Bottomless Bubbles package.

According to Brand Ambassador John Heald who announced the changes on his FB page, the Bottomless Bubbles package will be US$5.95 per person, per day for children and US$8.50 per day for adults, plus gratuities. Those who have already bought the package will see the purchase price honored.

He also revealed that a new room service menu will now include some basic charges. Carnival will be charging for everything except for the basic continental breakfast and starting mid-January, they "will be starting an ala carte stateroom service menu fleetwide." A variety of menu items will be available with a cost ranging from US$2 to US$5 per item. Charges will apply to lunch, dinner, late-night menu items.

Carnival Cruise Line room service

Salads will run between US$2 and US$3 (lemon chicken is added for an additional US$2). Items like wings, Philly cheesesteaks, and pan pizzas will run between US$4 and US$6, while sandwiches like PB&J, tuna salad, or grilled cheese will cost US$4. Sweet potato fries will run US$3, while a side of fries will cost US$2.