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Old 03-13-2008, 11:39 AM
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I have only cruised with Royal Caribbean but I am thinking of trying Princess. When we travel with our three teenagers I like to have an adjoining cabin. It just makes me feel better when I know everyone is in safely at night and makes it easier to communicate with them. Can anyone tell me if Princess ships (mainly the larger ones)have adjoining cabins or not. It doesn't look like it on the deck plans but it is hard to tell with those tiny diagrams.
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Old 03-13-2008, 12:14 PM
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The cabins are next to each other. I know on the balconies they can open the door between them. I have not seen a cabin with a door inside the room to another room, if that is what you mean by adjoining.
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Old 03-13-2008, 12:17 PM
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Good question, and the first time this has come up; they only have a few, and only on four of the large ship: I found 18 each on Diamond and Sapphire Princess and 10 each on Island and Coral Princess.

The other large ships (including Diamond and Sapphire) have what they call "Family Suites", which are actually two connecting mini-suites all the way forward on Dolphin Deck. The deckplans don't show them as two cabins but that is what the footnotes say. There are only two of these "Family Suites" on each ship.

Hope this helps.

Rick

p.s.--I just noticed Penny's post about being able to open the partitions between the balconies; good point; I didn't think of that.
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Old 03-13-2008, 07:10 PM
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Originally posted by wilson:
It doesn't look like it on the deck plans but it is hard to tell with those tiny diagrams.
There is a zoom feature on the deck plan page. What ship were you looking considering for your cruise.
 
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