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Old 10-28-2008, 04:45 PM
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We are looking at taking a cruise in 2009 and was wondering if there is any cruiseline or cabin cat. that gives you enough room for 2 adults and 4 children. We would like to stay with RCCL but not sure about that

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I believe you will have to look at one of the family suites on RCI, which is not an inexpensive choice. I think RCI only allows 4 guests in their other cabins. Carnival will allow up to 5 in a standard cabin, but those are also limited for safety reasons.
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The royal family suite holds 6 people comfortably. You have two private rooms. One of which has 2 twin beds and two pull-down bed. There is sofa bed in the living room. You have two bathrooms, two bedroom, living room, a dining room and a double balcony. You get use of the concierge room(free drinks, free dvd rental and other perks.

We always stay in a RFS when we are with the kids.
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My sister and her family booked the Royal family suite on the Liberty of the Seas for November 8th, 2008. In total she paid about $7200 for the 6 of them. Which breaks down to about $1200 each ..... they may be a little steap when you have 4 children.
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We are going on the Navigator for 4800.00 for 5 people. If we had booked 2 Jr suites is would have cost more and we like having everyone under the same roof. Especially the kids.

There is also a regular family cabin if you don't want to do the suite. It is cheaper. You have to contact a TA or RCI for a price quote for any of these cabins.

I like getting double credit and the balcony.
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