Flexibility Rules: Royal Caribbean Rearranges Dining Program


Liberty of the Seas' dining room

Royal Caribbean International is changing up its dining program to allow for further flexibility. "My Time Dining" and "My Family Time Dining" for kids will offer more choices to dine at times that suit passengers. This is in addition to the cruise line's traditional dining, casual or specialty dining, and in-stateroom service offerings. The new dining program is available immediately fleetwide.

My Time Dining, which Royal Caribbean piloted on select ships since early 2008, provides guests with the flexibility to have dinner in the main dining room whenever they wish during dining hours. Guests choosing My Time Dining will not have a pre-assigned table, but will be seated in the ship's main dining room and order from the same traditional dinner menu. My Time Dining guests can make daily reservations for specific seating times or choose to walk-in. Guests can be seated with the party they arrive with, request to be seated with other guests or dine alone. Guests must also prepay gratuities and enroll onboard or in advance through www.royalcaribbean.com or the cruise line's reservations department. Travel agents can enroll their customers for My Time Dining through Royal Caribbean's reservations department currently for select ships and via booking tools for all ships beginning May 10.

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