Carnival Cruise Line Raises Price of Steakhouses Fleet-Wide
For the first time in 5 years, Carnival Cruise Line has raised the price to dine at steakhouses across their entire fleet of 26 ships.
At the old price, adults were paying $35, and children (11 and under) $10. The new adult price to dine at steakhouses is $38, and $12 for kids. This is nearly a 9% increase. However, passengers can still order selections from the steakhouse in the main dining room for an unchanged fee of $20.
The fee paid covers an appetizer, salad, entree, side dishes, and a dessert with coffee or tea. Other drinks are not included, and must be purchased separately.
I have never sailed with Carnival, so I cannot attest to if this price hike is worth the extra 9%. Think of it this way, the higher the fee, the better the steak and/or entrees served.