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Old 05-27-2003, 07:36 PM
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Can anyone tell me the difference between 8A and 8G other than the deck? We are on the Pride jan 11, 2004 and were notified today that we had been upgraded at no charge to 8G. The only difference seems to be the deck, I would rather save money or get a ship board credit if that is the only difference. Does it make a difference if you are on a higher deck? Is it noisy if you are close to elevators? Thanks for all the help we are first timers and there are three couples in adjoining cabins.
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Old 05-27-2003, 07:36 PM
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Can anyone tell me the difference between 8A and 8G other than the deck? We are on the Pride jan 11, 2004 and were notified today that we had been upgraded at no charge to 8G. The only difference seems to be the deck, I would rather save money or get a ship board credit if that is the only difference. Does it make a difference if you are on a higher deck? Is it noisy if you are close to elevators? Thanks for all the help we are first timers and there are three couples in adjoining cabins.
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Old 05-28-2003, 09:37 AM
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The room itself will probably not be any different from a room on a lower deck as far as decor and size are concerned. Often the higher catagories simply are more conveinently located on the ship- i.e. you may have a shorter distance to the pool and decks or the dining rooms. Of course if it's an outside room then the view may be better from higher up.

Ofcourse, if they've upgraded you at no charge then the chances of them not upgrading you and instead giving you a shipboard credit or a lower price are slim. Basically you've just gotten lucky and received a better room placement for free.

As far as the elevator noise I have never had any problems. You can sometimes hear the elevators if your room is nearby but not so much that it interfered with sleeping or anything of that nature.

Hope this helps.

Jason
 
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