Several people in our group have concerns about the dining rooms on the Triumph. Can we get a little input?
Here's a few
1. Is there a difference?
2. If so, in your opinion, which is nicer?
3. Do both dining rooms have ocean views?
4. Is it possible to get changed to a different
dining room just because you don't like the
view? If so, how?
Hi; We sailed the TRUIMPH 12/00. Both Dinning Rooms were very nice, we were in the Paris Dinning Room and being at the back of the ship there was quite a bit of movement, wasn't bad enough that you can't take it but still movement. In my own personal opinion the Paris Dinning Room is more elegant and being in midship there isn't as much movement. Both Dinning Rooms do have Ocean Veiws, but Paris has greater veiw as it is has full glass at rear wall with wrap around. Don't think you can change just because you don't like veiw but not sure. We are sailing her again sept. 8-15-01 Weatern Carb. Please fill free to Email us at email@example.com if we can be of any help. HAVE A GREAT TIME & A GREAT CRUISE ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I read somewhere that dining rooms are assigned as to your cabin's location on the ship. ( Front half of ship to middle dining room, back half to rear dining room.)
I don't know if thats true or not, but I'll find out soon, as we are sailing in Sept. on the Triumph.
We sailed the Triumph Wk. July 7 and were seated in the Paris Dining room which is at the back of the ship. Our cabin was located at the front of the ship. Both restaurants were beautifully decorated but my preference was the Paris as the late sitting was 8:00 p.m. compared to 8:45 for the London.