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Old 01-11-2003, 08:47 PM
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First time poster.... I am thinking about booking a trip on the Monarch of the Seas. We have two girls 6 and 11. What kind of room do we get if we book for four peiple. I have looked at the web sites and cannot seem to find a photo. Can anyone help...I do not want a suite too costly just a room so we can try out a cruise with girls...Thanks for your help.
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Old 01-12-2003, 09:35 AM
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The 'Monarch' is a very nice ship and I am sure that you will have a pleasant cruise.
Because of the cabin size, I would not recommend four in one cabin unless your children are small. Consider booking adjoining ocean view cabins instead. Categories F G or H will do the trick. Cruiseman.
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Old 01-12-2003, 10:39 AM
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For room diagrams: http://www.cruisestateroom.com Find your ship, deck, cabin. They have an extensive database.
Here is what I do: Go to travelocity.com. You can pretend you are booking a cruise and see what it offers you. Just don't complete the transaction unless you really want to. You can also click on "ship profiles", select your ship and click on "photos" and IPIX (360 degree) of selected public areas and stateroom categories. Did you go to Royal Caribbeans website?
If all else fails, see a travel agent and look at RCI's brochure. Hope this helps.

[This message was edited by rascalious on January 12, 2003 at 10:47 AM.]

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Old 01-12-2003, 11:04 AM
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I agree with Cruiseman. I tried a search on Travelocity (did not have your date of sailing). I just selected 2 adults and 2 children for a 5 night cruise in May 2003. It will only quote a suite (about$3300) - no insurance or airfare selected. You can book it using 1 adult and 1 child per cabin and that is only about$1000 (cat. H)x 2 rooms = about $2000. These are ballpark figures, but you can see it is cheaper to do what Cruiseman has suggested. Try your own search using your selected dates, categories, etc. Hope I given you some direction.
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