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Old 04-01-2006, 07:04 PM
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We're planning on taking our two kids (ages 8 and 10) with us on our next cruise. Do we have to get two rooms or are there connecting/large rooms for families? We saw families on board with kids the same age as ours, but didn't think to ask them how the sleeping arrangements worked out. Thanks in advance for those who can help.
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Old 04-02-2006, 07:24 AM
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There are a number of options. Depending on which ship you are considering, there are family suites available that allow for plenty of room (but they sell out very quickly as there are only a limited number). You can book 2 connecting staterooms, or if cost is a major factor, you can book 1 cabin for all 4 of you - but it does make for cramped quarters.
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Old 04-02-2006, 07:28 AM
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We are taking our Grand daughter (age 9)with us in December and we have a triple E-1 cabin and my Daughter is taking her other two children ( ages 6 & 12) they are in a quad D-1 cabin. Both cabins have a balcony. A D-1 catagory is as large of a cabin you can get before a junior suite. A third or forth person in a cabin will cost you less money then if you bought another cabin. I don't think you can get a quad in a E-1 catagory cabin. The cabin will have twin beds (put together), a bunk bed that pulls down from the ceiling, and a sofa bed. You don't see the bunk bed when it is up in the ceiling. There is a curtain for privacy. Your cabin stewart will do all the work of setting up and putting away the extra beds. If you want to spend more money a junior suite will give you more space. I've done both and I rather spend the extra money on excursions. Click on the links below and look at the difference. Hope this helps ...

JUNIOR SUITE > http://lnk.in/3gv3

D-1 CABIN > http://lnk.in/3gv5
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Great pictures Sonny. I dont blame you, I would go balcony and save the money...most people dont spend that much time in their cabins.
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