Last week, Cruise Fever reported that Carnival Cruise Line was going to roll out an à la carte room service menu that will replace the current free menu on their 26 cruise ships.
After listening to complaints about the new charges, Carnival Cruise Line Brand Ambassador John Heald posted the following message on his Facebook page about the cruise line’s plan to pause these new charges:
“Hello everyone, hope you are all having a brilliant Sunday.
I had previously told you about changes to our room service offerings that would go into effect in January.
I wanted to let you know that we are in the process of making some adjustments to that plan to balance the interests of our guests with our efforts to reduce food waste costs.
For the time being then, there will be no changes until we finalise a plan that will I will communicate to you all.
Cheers and have a brilliant day.
PLEASE SHARE WITH ONE PERSON” – John Heald
This is good news (for now) for Carnival cruisers who enjoy complimentary room service on cruises. Cruise Fever will have the latest when Carnival Cruise Line makes adjustments to this room service menu that is now on hold.
You can read about Carnival’s previous plan to charge for room service here.