Paul Gauguin Cruises offers guests a variety of dining experiences with three onboard restaurants to choose from. Cruisers will encounter a variety of palette-pleasing delicacies, everything from fine French cuisine at L’Etoile to grilled salads and fresh tropical fruit at Le Grill. From the elegant and refined to the cozy and casual, diners are sure to find a place to suit their needs. And should guests desire a late-night snack or dinner alone, Paul Gauguin also offers complimentary 24-hour room service.
Main Dining Room Policies: Paul Gauguin offers open seating in all three of its onboard restaurants.
Dress Code: The evening dress code is always elegant, yet casual. Appropriate attire for men is slacks and a sports shirt, while women are advised to wear slacks and blouse, a sundress or a pantsuit. Please note that jeans, shorts and t-shirts are never appropriate for evening wear onboard.
Beverage Policy: Select wines are served at every meal, compliments of the house. Complimentary beverages, including fine wines and spirits, soft drinks, bottled water, coffee and tea are also served throughout the ship; and each stateroom comes equipped with a bar and refrigerator unit—replenished daily—stocked with complimentary beer, soft drinks and bottled spring water.
Special Requests: Special meals, including “well-being” and vegetarian selections, as well as special dietetic requirements, are available on request. Kosher meals are also available on all ships and itineraries and should be requested at least 3 weeks prior to sailing.
All dining rooms onboard Paul Gauguin ships are smoke-free.
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Paul Gauguin (PGC)