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Restaurants

Two formal restaurants serve Mediterranean- and Italian-accented cuisine in traditional early and late assigned seatings; one restaurant also offers sit-down breakfast and lunch, both in open seating. The Lido buffet serves casual breakfast, lunch, and dinner during set hours. Although there is no true alternative dining restaurant, a casual dining area adjacent to the Lido buffet has outdoor tables protected from the elements by overhead canvas where meals can be enjoyed. A poolside grill and pizzeria offer additional casual options. Although you’ll find croissants available in the morning at the coffee bar, you’ll pay extra for coffee there. Room service is limited to a menu that includes a Continental breakfast and cold sandwiches. Midnight buffets vary nightly, ranging from themed snack-type offerings to a gala affair.

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