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Just Booked and was unaware of the "Open Dining" option..I opted for open dining and am now second guessing myself as We really enjoy sitting with the same people and getting to know others..Is it as Enjoyable and how was your experience?..Thankyou in advance..
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If you are concerned about the open seating, see if you can change back to assigned seating instead. From what I understand you can change from assigned seating to open seating while on board, but cannot go back. However, even with open seating you can opt to sit at a table with other diners. Whatever you decide - Have a Great Cruise!
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I would go for assigned seating every time, although it is personal preference.

I enjoy getting to know the people on our table and sharing information. I dislike having to make 'small talk' with new people night after night which you can get with open dining.

I have been fortunate enough to have really nice people on m two cruises. However, I have heard that some people really dislike who they have been sat with and have asked to be moved to another table or change to open dining.

it is up to you and what your preferences are with regard to socialising with new people.
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Just Booked and was unaware of the "Open Dining" option..I opted for open dining and am now second guessing myself as We really enjoy sitting with the same people and getting to know others..Is it as Enjoyable and how was your experience?..Thankyou in advance..
Many people love the anytime dining option. I agree with the other posters and prefer the regular first and second seating options. It is fun to get to sit with the same people every night for dinner and discuss the day's activities. On our last cruise to Alaska on Princess, we were the only ones at our table from the US and had great conversations with our table mates about how things were in various parts of the world. Picked up some great insights about the rest of the world views the US and it was fascinating. They turned out, by far, to be our most enjoyable table mates ever. We all had such a good time that on dis-embarkation morning we all agreed to get up and meet at 6:00am for a farewell breakfast together. I am not a morning person but I would not have missed it for the world.

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well as you pointed out anytime dining will likely have you seated with new people each night. So you will meet more people this way.
If you don't mind the fixed dining experience of having to be there at a specific time then enjoy, I myself prefer anytime as it seems to allow me more flexibility. When I get back from an afternoon tour it is sometimes hard to be ready to dine at 6 PM and 8 PM is too late for me.
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We prefer open dining, in fact it is hard for us to consider a cruis that does not offer it. Some love the idea of sitting with the same people night in and out. If you are lucky enough to be at a table where you have lots to talk about , it can help make crusing a wonderful experience but there is nothing that can ruin a cruise more than being at a table with people you have nothing in common with or worse, people that are really *****y. We have had both.

Flex dining also gives you a chace to meet a variety of people plus you can eat when you want. tonight you may be tired, had a long day, just ready to shower and go to dinner at 6pm and then to a bar or the casino for a few hours before going to bed. Tomorrow you might want to have a drink at the bar before dinner, listen to the piano go to dinner at 7:330 and go to the 10pm show. The choices are yours to make.

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Hi Nita:

You have made some good points. While we now prefer the fixed dining times and we are late eaters anyway, so it works well for us. It brought a smile to my face when you mentioned that there is always a chance that you will get stuck with some tablemates that are not compatible with you. That did happen to us on one cruise and after that we booked a table for two on our next cruise. At our table, on that cruise, one couple turned up a half hour late for every dinner and another young couple who were on their honeymoon were bickering the whole week and at the end of the cruise I asked the new bride how she was enjoying her honeymoon. She replied "I am bored and I can't wait to get back to work"!!! Talk about "high maintenance!

We are now back to larger tables and have had very good luck with compatible table mates.

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Open seating is great if you do not want to eat at the same time every evening. I prefer the assigned seating and enjoy discussing the days activities with table mates. I have made several lasting friendships from the assigned dining. I have even scheduled other cruises to meet up with friends I have made through the assigned dining. If you do the assigned dining request the second seating. You are able to relax between excursions and dining if you do the second seating. Have a wonderful trip!
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Another thought about the assigned dining, I have found that the service is better. The waiter knows your preferences and caters to your requests. Personally I enjoy a large salad before the entree and the waiters always do a double salad for me after I request it the first evening. If you want seconds, they are there to serve you and get you whatever you want................... If you are having a special occassion you can discuss with the waiter ahead of time and make the arrangements you need, last cruise was my parents 60th anniversary and our waiter decorated the table for the dinner. The special touches are worth it!!
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I think you will love anytime dining. This is the only way I would go now. I do not always want to sit with others, and this works wonderfully! I have seen some assigned tables around us that looked like they were having fun, but I have also witnessed the ones that looked liked they would rather be at a funeral!

I don't take a trip to stress over dinner. If we find someone we would like to dine with - great! If not, we eat by ourselves - I kind of like being with hubby!!
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I have yet to go on a cruise (will August 30th ever get here?) but like the idea of anytime dining. I'd like to be seated at a table with other people, as DH and I are both pretty outgoing and can talk to just about anyone; my thought is that if we connect with some other shipmates during the day, on an excursion, or what have you, that we can always arrange to meet at a certain time and be seated together. I have to be on a set schedule the other 51 or so weeks out of the year (for work) -- for my cruise I'd rather be on my own time clock!
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It is definitely a matter of personal preference. We always opt for assigned dining, late seating. We like to have the same waiters every night, they quickly get to know you and you get much better service. We also like to have the same table and the same table mates.

We have been on lots of cruises and we have had wonderful table mates over the years. Only if you have the same table mates every night do you get to know them. We have met some very interesting people and made some lifelong friends this way. It is fun to share tales of the day's activities with people you get to know. I get enough of eating with 'strangers' at breakfast and lunch.

Anytime dining is not for everyone. To each his own. Ain't it great to have a choice
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No doubt for us, it's Anytime Dining

The whole alure of a cruise is to see different places and explore the world. Why not enjoy the different people of this world. I am visually impaired and have been on three cruises with my wife. The best part of my cruising has been the number of people we have met.

Also, anytime dining has seemed to work better for us when scheduling other activities we want to partake in for the evening. On our last cruise we ate at 6:00 pm and were in line for the 8:30 shows before the scheduled diners were there. We found it easier to set our schedule.

Sometimes we returned from an excursion at the last minute and had a late afternoon meal. That day we ate dinner later.

Enjoy your dinner! Enjoy the company! Don't be a creature of habit!
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Fabrizzi,
You don't get to know anyone in an hour. We frequently get to be such good friends with our table-mates that we sit and talk until they literally have to run us out! Have you made any life-long friends with anytime dining? Dining at a specific time with the same table mates is a very old tradition of the sea and one we respect, enjoy and like very much.

As I say it is a matter of personal preference. You prefer your way we prefer ours. If your way works for you, go for it. But let others enjoy cruising their way please. That's why they offer two different ways. 8) Right
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We did first seating and got a table with a group that was just great. We actually liked "assigned" seating b/c we got to know these people. We were able to meet other people outside the dining room so we didn't feel we missed out on meeting new people. There was a couple we met in one of the lounges we wound up spending almost every evening with in the same lounge. It was nice. The irony of the dining table we were @, all our years married combined with all 3 of the couples @ our table added up to 8 years. Us 3, older couple (in their 80's) had only been married 2 years and the other couple 3 years. It was just great getting to know them. And to this day, we still talk to them and exchange christmas cards.

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Meeting and getting to know your table mates is great but our experiences have been that anytime dinning allows us to dine with people we may have met during other activity aboard or on a land tour. If you meet and click with people what better way to cap off the day than having dinner together. And this can be extended to dinner engagements later on if desired. The composition of the dinning table can be wonderfully varied. And if you are not yourself some evening and you would prefer that the two of you dine alone, you need only ask.
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We are always with a group and we always sit together in assigned, traditional dining, 6:00 seating.

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There are days when we return to the ship too late for our assigned, early dining time....so

We then go to an "anytime dining" room and have a wonderful meal.

My point? There is a lot of flexibility with dining on Princess. To the OP I would suggest that you go for assigned dining and see if it works for you. If not, or for variety, you can then change to "anytime dining".

Out of courtesy to your "assigned dining" wait staff, please tell them of your plans. If you miss many meals w/o letting them know, they can be "interviewed" as to why you may have opted out of your table assignment.
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We preferred the assigned sitting so we could get to know our tablemates.
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Just Booked and was unaware of the "Open Dining" option..I opted for open dining and am now second guessing myself as We really enjoy sitting with the same people and getting to know others..Is it as Enjoyable and how was your experience?..Thankyou in advance..
I have been on at least 4 other Princess Cruises . Took anytime every time . Show up when your ready . As late as 9:30 . It can be a bit of a wait if you go right at 7:15 until about 8:00 but usually not more than 20 minutes max . Also if you want a table for two , those can be in short supply . If they ask you if you would like to sit at a table for eight it is almost always an instant seating . The people using anytime tend to be pretty easy going and not too worked up over little things . I like to try different wait staff to get a better overall feeling on how the cruise line is doing . You can also call ahead and make a reservation for what you'd like . They cannot always give you exactly what you want , but why sweat the little crap . We meet different people every night and sometimes run into previous dining partners .I don't give a rusty hoot about "Tradition" . Hey it's a cruise . It's like being locked up in a nice asylum that serves alchohol . They change your bed , clean your shower and let you wander aimlessly . What's not to like ? Going out of SF on the Dawn to Alaska over the 4th of July .
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Are the dress codes the same for 'open seating' and 'traditional seating?' Or do people tend to 'dress down' in the 'open seating' dining rooms?

For example - is formal night adhered to in the 'open seating' dining rooms?

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For example - is formal night adhered to in the 'open seating' dining rooms?

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All formal nights are the same . No matter the dining room . You do get the occasional oaf that shows up in jeans and sneekers .I don't think the Maitre D likes to turn people out and let's it slide . Probably wouldn't happen in the fixed seating
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They wouldn't turn them away in the traditional dinning either.

Maybe their defintion of formal is 'a new pair of jeans and new sneakers'.
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Princess for the most part pretty good about formal nite however better on Celebrity and Holland.Please do not show up in blue jeans and be your typical red neckl.
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Just Booked and was unaware of the "Open Dining" option..I opted for open dining and am now second guessing myself as We really enjoy sitting with the same people and getting to know others..Is it as Enjoyable and how was your experience?..Thankyou in advance..
I have been on at least 4 other Princess Cruises . Took anytime every time . Show up when your ready . As late as 9:30 . It can be a bit of a wait if you go right at 7:15 until about 8:00 but usually not more than 20 minutes max . Also if you want a table for two , those can be in short supply . If they ask you if you would like to sit at a table for eight it is almost always an instant seating . The people using anytime tend to be pretty easy going and not too worked up over little things . I like to try different wait staff to get a better overall feeling on how the cruise line is doing . You can also call ahead and make a reservation for what you'd like . They cannot always give you exactly what you want , but why sweat the little crap . We meet different people every night and sometimes run into previous dining partners .I don't give a rusty hoot about "Tradition" . Hey it's a cruise . It's like being locked up in a nice asylum that serves alchohol . They change your bed , clean your shower and let you wander aimlessly . What's not to like ? Going out of SF on the Dawn to Alaska over the 4th of July .
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there are some trade offs like you mentioned BUT we prefer open dining which most cruise ships do not offer. You will still be seated with others so you do get to know other people and so in some ways you get the best of both. But you have to decide and stick with one. I think once you try it you will not want to go back to only dining with the same 6 other people all the time.
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Thanks. But, I was under the impression (from some folks) that if you are in traditional dining, you can still request, at times, to be in the open dining room should you feel the need now and then. But, you can't do the reverse!

This would seem to be a good compromise - getting to know your waiter and tablemates, but, being able to go off on your own occasionally.
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Just returned from two weeks on the Crown Princess. there was no one who showed up on formal night in traditional dining in less than coat and tie. And indeed, on smart casual nights there was no one who showed up in jeans. It would have been extremely out of place. And this was during spring break when there were a great many families and college kids aboard.

As usual, we made great and lifelong friends with our table mates: One couple from England, one from Rhode Island and one from Houston. We enjoyed each other's company so much, they had to literally run us out of the dining room every night.

I have no idea what they were doing in "anytime," but I can tell you that in the public rooms around the ship before and after dinner we saw very few inappropriately dressed people.
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Are the dress codes the same for 'open seating' and 'traditional seating?' Or do people tend to 'dress down' in the 'open seating' dining rooms?

For example - is formal night adhered to in the 'open seating' dining rooms?

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It has been many years since I have eaten in the traditional dining room, so I can't make a direct comparison, but I have noticed that formal dress is not strictly adhered to in opening seating. I do not like to dress up, and I have found that I can get by fine with just a pair of black slacks and a pretty blouse in opening seating. I'm not saying that people don't dress formally, plenty do, but enough don't that I have never felt out of place. I have never seen anything grossly inappropriate, like jeans or sweats, on formal night, though.

My family absolutely loves the open seating. We always make reservations for the entire cruise on the first night, that way we get the same table and the same waiter every night. We like that we can make reservations for a time in-between what is available in traditional dining, as early is too early and late is too late for us. We also like that we have the flexibility to change our reservations if we want on any given day. We just call the restaurant in advance and ask to be rescheduled. It has never been a problem and we usually end up at the same table with the same waiter, just at a different time.

One really neat thing is that since the 4 kids usually choose not to eat with us, we have 4 extra seats at our reserved table to invite new found friends to dine with us if we want. We always inform the staff when we make the reservations on the first night that the 4 kids probably won't be joining us on most nights and give them the choice of whether they want to reserve us a table for 8 (with kids) or a table for 4 (no kids) and we'll just wait in line for a larger table when the kids do come. We also let them know that we prefer to dine alone and do not want the empty seats filled with strangers. So far, it has never been a problem and they have always chosen to reserve us the larger table, giving us alot of flexibility in dining companions.
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