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Old 08-17-2010, 09:03 AM
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We are booking the Nov 12, 10 day Caribbean cruise and the only CC class cabins left on Panorama deck are 8158 and 8160. Besides the fact that these are adjoining rooms (I hope thats not a big problem) is there anything else I should know? Thanks!
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Welcome to Cruise Chat. The cabins seem to be in a good location. You are between two passenger decks so there should be no worries of noise from public areas.
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I agree with Cruise Fanatic, we have stayed in the very back near 8185 on the Constellation and the Summit and loved it every time. It will be a peaceful spot ! No traffic and you will enjoy CC Class! Have a wonderful time. We chose the same location for the Infinity coming up soon.
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On Constellation a couple of years ago our tablemates were in a regular outside room with a connecting door. They were miserable due to the noise leaking through from the adjoining room even after their steward duct taped all around it. It wasn't a CC or standard veranda room, so I can't say if they're any different but very much doubt it.

I wouldn't consider one except on the Solstice class ships which have little foyers behind the common aisle door and then separate doors to the two rooms (not through the common partition).
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Old 11-30-2010, 05:12 AM
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another thumbs up!.
we were on the millennium last March, and going again this March.
between decks is good, aft can have some less movement, your relatively close to aft elevators, and with the location you will not be prone to much traffic in the hallway.
You may want to inquire about what is across the hallway from you.

also, I don't know if you have an american express card, but we booked through them , and received a C1 for the price of a C3, and as a result were able to afford a C1 and grabbed a cabin on the aft of he ship..

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