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Carnival Room Service Menu, Price, and Hours

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Whether you’re looking to enjoy breakfast on the balcony or a late-night snack, you can get Carnival room service delivered to your cabin 24/7.

On October 1, 2022, Carnival Cruise Line debuted a new room service menu. The simplified menu still includes a complimentary continental breakfast, but daytime room service is now priced à la carte.

Read on to learn about the new Carnival Cruise Line room service menu.

Carnival Room Service Menu and Prices

Carnival Room Service continental breakfast served on a balcony of a cruise ship at sea, with fruit, juice, breads and coffee

Carnival’s room service menu consists of a Continental Breakfast Menu from 6:00 am to 10:00 am and the Rest of Day/Evening Menu (Leisure Dining Menu) from 10:00 am to 6:00 am.

The new room service menu eliminates the late-night menu, which was a favorite for many cruisers. The new daytime menu is also priced à la carte, without complimentary items.

According to Carnival Cruise Line’s Chief Operations Officer Neil Palomba, “we are updating our room service menu to add more options on an à la carte basis, while maintaining a complimentary breakfast offering each morning. These changes are consistent with trends across the industry, and also provide us opportunities to continue to work towards various sustainability goals, including food, water and energy reduction, while still giving our guests the option of 24/7 room service if they so choose.”

The new menus are very similar to the old room service menu guests are accustomed to seeing. Perhaps the biggest change is that all daytime room service menus are now priced à la carte menus.

Additionally, there’s no more late-night menu. Instead, the daytime room service menu runs from 10:00 am to 6:00 am. But if you’re looking for a late-night snack, the sweet treats from the daytime menu are a great choice.

If you order à la carte menus, the cruise line automatically adds an 18% service charge.

Guests can order beverages from the bar at standard rates. However, you can’t use your Carnival cruise drink package for beverages ordered through room service.

Continental Breakfast Menu and Prices

Carnival Cruise Line New Breakfast Room Service Menu

The continental breakfast is complimentary for all guests, along with à la carte selections at an additional price. Breakfast room service is delivered between 6:00 am to 10:00 am.

The menu is available every morning of the cruise except for the last morning of the cruise. On the last morning, guests can enjoy breakfast at the Lido restaurant or main dining room.

You can order the complimentary continental breakfast by filling out the breakfast menu and hanging it outside your cabin door before 3 am.

Your cabin will have a stack of breakfast menus. But if you run out, you can always ask your room steward to provide more.

The new breakfast menu is nearly identical to the old continental room service menu. Some breakfast items are substituted, and the prices for the à la carte items are an additional $1 to $2.

Below is the continental breakfast menu, with prices for items that require an additional fee:

Fruit and cereal

  • Banana
  • Fresh Melon
  • Frosted Flakes
  • Froot Loops
  • Corn Flakes
  • Lucky Charms
  • Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • Cheerios

Baked goods

  • Danish
  • White toast
  • Wheat toast
  • Muffin
  • Croissant
  • Bagel
  • Gluten-free toast

Yogurt

  • Banana
  • Strawberry
  • Raspberry
  • Plain

Hot breakfast sandwiches (additional fee applies)

  • Crispy Chicken, Broken Egg, Cheese, Sourdough Sandwich – $5
  • Biscuit, Egg, Sausage Patty, Hash Browns – $5
  • English Muffin, Bacon, Fried Egg, Hash Browns – $5
  • Bagel & Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese – $6

Beverages

  • Orange juice
  • Apple juice
  • Tomato juice
  • Grapefruit juice
  • Hot tea
  • Hot chocolate
  • Milk (2%)
  • Skim milk
  • Chocolate Milk
  • Pot of coffee
  • Pot of decaf coffee

Condiments

  • Sugar
  • Brown sugar
  • Lemon
  • Honey
  • Sugar substitute (Splenda)
  • Sweet & Low
  • Stevia
  • Half & half cream
  • Cream cheese
  • Butter
  • Margarine
  • Grape jelly
  • Orange marmalade
  • Strawberry jelly
  • Peanut butter

Leisure Dining Menu and Prices

Carnival Room Service Daytime menu

The Daytime Menu is available from 6:00 am to 10:00 am. The à la carte menu offers a variety of food for an added fee, plus an 18% automatic service charge.

Guests can order room service by calling the room service number located at the top of the in-cabin menu. On our cruise, the number was 8000.

The complimentary room service items are gone with the new Leisure Dining Menu. Many of the old favorites remain, but all of the Leisure Dining Menu items have a fee of $3-$7 per item. Guests can also order beverages from Carnival’s drink menu at standard rates.

And there’s no additional delivery fee for Carnival’s room service.

Below is the Leisure Dining Menu, with prices for items that require an additional fee:

Something Light

  • Greek salad – $5
  • Caesar salad – $4

Sandwich bar

  • Tuna sandwich – $6
  • Roasted turkey wrap – $6
  • Ham and cheese – $5
  • BLT – $6
  • Peanut butter and jelly on toast – $5
  • Grilled Reuben – $6
  • Authentic Philly cheesesteak – $7

More to snack on

  • Totally awesome wings – $7
  • Chicken tenders – $6
  • Spicy fried firecracker shrimp – $8
  • Killer chicken quesadilla – $6
  • Pan pizza – $6
  • Side of fries – $3

Sweet Tooth

  • Devils food chocolate cake – $5
  • New York cheesecake – $5
  • Fudge brownie – $5
  • Giant cookie – $5

Complimentary Drinks

  • Orange juice – $2
  • Apple juice – $2
  • Tomato juice – $2
  • Grapefruit juice – $2
  • Hot chocolate – $2
  • Pot of coffee or tea – $3

Regular Priced Drinks

  • Bubbles: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi, Zero Sugar, Pepsi Caffeine, Free, Sierra Mist, Sierra Mist Zero, Mug Root Beer, Mountain Dew
  • Domestic Beer: Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Lite
  • Imported Beer: Stella Artois, Corona, Pilsner Urquell
  • Craft Beer: Carnival Birthday Beer Golden Ale, ThirstyFrog Caribbean Wheat, Parched Pig West Coast IPA, Parched Pig Toasted Amber

Tipping for Room Service on a Carnival Cruise Line

woman eating breakfast from room service on cruise ship suite balcony enjoying morning view of Caribbean ocean.

Carnival Cruise Line charges an automatic daily gratuity divided amongst the service staff.

Because you are paying automatic gratuities, tipping for room service is not required.

But you can always tip more to show the hard-working cruise staff your appreciation.

If you decide to tip for room service, you don’t need to tip a lot. A dollar or two is perfectly fine.

FAQs

Is Room Service Free on Carnival?

Room Service is free on Carnival from 6 am to 10 am. The complimentary menu includes a wide range of items, including salads, drinks, sandwiches, and desserts. There’s also a paid room service menu for more upscale food selections.

How Do You Order Room Service on a Carnival Cruise?

You can order room service by dialing the number at the top of your room service menu (usually 8000).

How Do You Order the Free Continental Breakfast?

You can order the free continental breakfast by filling out the breakfast menu and hanging it outside your cabin door before 3 am.

Is Carnival’s Room Service 24/7?

Carnival offers room service 24/7 except on disembarkation day.

Is There a Delivery Fee for Room Service?

There is no delivery fee for room service on Carnival cruise ships. However, some breakfast items and all of the daytime menu items are priced à la carte.

Do You Need to Tip for Room Service?

You don’t need to tip for room service delivery. But if you decide to show your appreciation with a tip, a dollar or two is perfectly fine.

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Marcello De Lio

I’ve been cruising since I was 11 years old. I love the freedom that cruising provides, meeting new people, and exploring amazing new ships. I love to share my passion for cruising and travel with readers.

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