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Old 06-10-2004, 01:15 PM
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I need help. I would like to take my in-laws with us on our next cruise, but we will all need to stay in one cabin. Has anyone had 4 adults in one inside cabin before? If so, how was it? Was there enough storage for everyone, how about sleeping comfortably? Can you please help me out? Thanks!!
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I need help. I would like to take my in-laws with us on our next cruise, but we will all need to stay in one cabin. Has anyone had 4 adults in one inside cabin before? If so, how was it? Was there enough storage for everyone, how about sleeping comfortably? Can you please help me out? Thanks!!
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Old 06-10-2004, 02:39 PM
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Hi,

it depends on which ship you will be sailing on (the older RCI ships have very small cabins), but even on the new ships it will be fairly crammed. And please remember that it is usually only possible for one person at a time to use the bathroom.
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Old 06-14-2004, 08:38 AM
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I was on the Brilliance last year. We were 2 adults and 2 children aged 13 and 11. We had an outside cabin with balcony and a sofa bed. When the sofa bed was open we didn't have space to go from our bed to the bathroom. it was quite cramped. I wouldn't suggest 4 adults in an inside cabin
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I have to agree here 4 adults is really going to be a queeze - even on one of the newer ships. If however there is no alternative and you all have your heart set on a cruise then get a cabin with 2 upper bed (keep the pax weights in mind you shouldn´t weigh more than 80 Kg - to feel safe) is what you should go for and then set the cabin up with 2 single beds up against the walls to give you the max space. You are going to have to mastermind a bathroom schedule & remember you will have absolutly NO privacy. You will also have to be very very savy about what you pack - 4 times the kitchen sink just won´t do!!!
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