Taking a solo cruise on the Brilliance in October. I'm not much for group dining with strangers, although I promise I'll give it a try. However, on the realistic chance I may prefer to do room service a lot, how is this dealt with regarding the dinner table seating assignment that I also have for each night? Can I freely choose each night which method I may want to dine with? Do you need to give them advance notice so they don't expect you in the dining room? etc. etc. etc. Any comments appreciated. First time cruiser here.
And related to that.... are ships dress code nights mostly for the dining room? what about dress for wandering the ship and attending shows, and the casino, etc. what is the dress code situation for those things?
If you feel like the dining room then go if not you can do room service anytime or you can try the buffet. No need telling anyone. We cruised last April never made it to dining room ate at portfinos 2 nights did room service and windjammer.