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Old 08-28-2008, 03:39 PM
 
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I am looking at Adventure of the Seas and trying to decide between Deck 9 forward cabin, port side location catagory D2 or Deck 6 mid ship cabin, port side, El that shows a pullman. Being a smaller cabin, will having this pullman make it appear smaller in size than it is with the step down to smaller size to begin with or does it actually interfere with cabin space. Have never experienced this in our other cruises. Thanks for your input, I am looking to book tomorrow (then I be a happy cruiser.

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Old 08-28-2008, 03:42 PM
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A pullman bed is only opened at night, so it isn't a big deal. And of course if you don't need it they leave it secured into the bulkhead, where it is totally out of your way.
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Thanks Dave for your quick response. Sooooooooo, It does not interfere with the room configuration at all? I am not sure if we have had the smaller cabin (E1) in the past. If we have had the larger, which I think we have, is it noticably tighter? Thanks again.

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Extra berths are essentially the same thing as Murphy beds. They either are convertible sofas or retract into the bulkhead or overhead (aka wall or ceiling), becoming part of said bulkhead or overhead. It will not reduce the size of the cabin, nor will it be in your way.
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Thanks soooooooo much; that makes the decision so much easier as we prefer mid level decks.

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