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    Default Slippers With The Bathrobes??

    Doing the double digit dance!!! The waiting is KILLING ME!! lol

    We're first timers and was wondering: I don't see slippers mentioned along with the bathrobes. Not a huge deal but should I bring my own or do you think they're unnecessary? We're doing a CN/CSA split.

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    Slippers are not provided. Whether you should bring your own is definitely a personal preference. I never take slippers when we travel and wear them infrequently at home (usually wear them only at night or first thing in the morning when I let the dogs out and it's cold outside--the cocker spaniel never goes outside without an escort), but if you are never barefoot around your home, you might want to bring them.
    Pamela
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    No they do not have slippers in the rooms, only robes.

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    No slippers are provided. Don't think there's a real need for slippers.

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    no slippers, although I wish they did. Sometimes the tile is cold in the morning, I have some from home I bring.
    Erika & Sean

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    Don't need slippers. Less stuff to pack!

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    So there really are robes in the room for you? We are staying @ CSS Beachfront suite. Does it matter the room you are in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmrausch View Post
    So there really are robes in the room for you? We are staying @ CSS Beachfront suite. Does it matter the room you are in?
    From the accommodations page on the CSS web page:

    All of the 150 luxury suites at Couples Sans Souci face the ocean and most feature terraces or balconies. Nestled among the gorgeous tropical island vegetation, each of the suites offers all the amenities and options you could ask for.

    - Air conditioning
    - Digital Cable LCD Television
    - AM/FM Radio & IPOD/MP3 Player
    - Alarm Clock
    - Direct Dial Telephone
    - Hair Dryer
    - Bathrobes
    - Iron & Ironing Board
    - In-Room Safe
    - Mini-Bar
    - In Suite Dining
    - Coffee Maker
    - Nightly Turndown Service
    - Mini-bar stocked with an assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages such as liquors, beer, sodas and juices replenished daily
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    Don't know about you guys, but we always manage to track in more sand than I think humanly possible. Our housekeeper has always done a FABULOUS job of sweeping it up, but she just can't be there to sweep after us every time we enter/exit the room. Call me weird, but I HATE HATE HATE sandy feet after I'm clean (or when I'm getting in bed) so I DO bring my slippers. I have a nice light pair that I wear only in JA.

    That being said, I also bring my own bathrobe. I think the cotton waffle knit is scratchy and hot and I have a nice light cotton jersey robe (again, small and light) that I bring with me.
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    If you dont want to pack slipper double up duty with your flip flops.

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    I dont like to walk on the floors in the rooms bare foot because of the sand. I just bring a cute pair of flip flops and then use them the rest of the trip. I have a pair that has rhinestones. I just use them while in JA
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    I too do not like walking on the floor when there is is sand. I just use the cute flip flops I bring to go with the dresses.
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    Mya

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