No irons. And laundry is going to be 40 or 50 bucks every time you use their service. Laundry service on Brilliance was abysmal. Underwear came back dingy as though they wash them with the jeans. And clothes that went out in two bags came back in 4 or 5 straggling shots; a little here, a little there until about 48 hours later I finally got everything back.
Princess Cruises has a laundry room you can use that costs just a little more than a normal laundromat. This is one quirk about RCL that I really hated.
Thanks for the info, folks. I fully agree with the ban on personal irons onboard. Can't think of a scarier thing than a fire when you're hundreds of miles from shore. Everyone onboard is distracted enough to not need to put the ship at risk.
I'll do the rolling trick in addition to steam from shower and hair drier that should take much of the wrinkles out.
2 more days...Xmas is getting in the way of packing
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If you pack your clothes tight enough in the suitcase they don't wrinkle. If you use a suitcase that is too large for what you are taking the stuff slides around and ends up wrinkled. I didn't have anything wrinkled on this cruise, but in the past if it was I just hand it in the bathroom while taking a shower and the steam takes care of any wrinkles.