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  • Our penthouse suite (Cabin 10009 on the tenth deck) had a desk and separate dressing table, a table for in-suite room-service breakfasts (which also lengthened our days), and a sitting area with a comfortable loveseat placed across from a flat-screen TV.

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Cruising the Mediterranean: A Speed Date on Oceania Marina

  • My husband, with uncharacteristic frugality, seems unable to resist taking home the unopened jars of jelly, mustard, and ketchup that are left on room-service trays with the half-eaten eggs.

    What's Your Problem?

  • My husband, with uncharacteristic frugality, seems unable to resist taking home the unopened jars of jelly, mustard, and ketchup that are left on room-service trays with the half-eaten eggs.

    What's Your Problem?

  • Our penthouse suite (Cabin 10009 on the tenth deck) had a desk and separate dressing table, a table for in-suite room-service breakfasts (which also lengthened our days), and a sitting area with a comfortable loveseat placed across from a flat-screen TV.

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Cruising the Mediterranean: A Speed Date on Oceania Marina

  • Suddenly ravenous, Gia checked the hotel phone for the room-service button.

    Shore Thing

  • Over the course of several weeks the Americans had blown more than one hundred thousand dollars on easily traceable credit cards at hotels such as the ultra-fancy Principe di Savoia, which offers a special room-service menu for dogs.

    The Longest War

  • Suddenly ravenous, Gia checked the hotel phone for the room-service button.

    Shore Thing

  • She arrived at 17, "extraordinary of my parents to let me", and after the Colonels took over Greece and her father's business "went belly-up", worked six days a week in the Mayfair Hotel as a room-service telephonist to pay for her O and A-levels: "It was rather fun," she says.

    Vicky Pryce: 'I thought we were a unit'

  • Beyond low-calorie, low-fat choices, hotels also are incorporating more locally produced, natural and organic ingredients into their restaurant and room-service menus.

    Business or Pleasure, Health Is Hot for Hotels

  • Over the course of several weeks the Americans had blown more than one hundred thousand dollars on easily traceable credit cards at hotels such as the ultra-fancy Principe di Savoia, which offers a special room-service menu for dogs.

    The Longest War

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