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Dec 30th, 2009, 08:18 AM
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Any cruise ships that can accommodate 5 individuals in one stateroom?
I’m trying to take an Alaskan cruise in August 2019 and it is going to be my husband, 2 kids and mom. We might all like to remain in a single suite/balcony stateroom however I don’t know of any ships aside from Disney that can accommodate 5 to a room. Any ideas?
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Dec thirtieth, 2009, 09:41 AM
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Royal Caribbean has family suites that may accommodate up to eight individuals, however I think about they’re pretty expensive. Take a look here: http://tiny.cc/2GHYJ
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Dec 31st, 2009, 05:54 AM
Suites yes (nearly all cruise ships have them), but they’re costly, all the time more expensive than 2 common cabins, typically 2 or 3 instances greater than the price of each cabins mixed.
As a substitute, I would get one common balcony cabin and an inside cabin straight across the hall, and you may find yourself saving at the least 50% off the cost of an expensive massive suite. You may additionally e-book 2 connecting balcony cabins for less than a suite. If you utilize a good journey agent, he or she will guarantee that you simply get the accommodations you are in search of.
Jan 1st, 2019, 02:48 AM
On most ships you will get a roll-a-method mattress. But that really limlts floor house in your cabin. Your steward will make it up at evening then collapse it in the course of the day. We had one once and the matress was thin so our steward took the mattress from the pull down and put it on it. (This was on Costa and the hadicapped cabin had ONE twin bed and a pull down. Never may determine how that was a handicapped cabin!) Also as soon as our balcony cabin had a pull down and sleeper sofa about twin bed measurement. If you are traveling with youngsters possibly that may very well be shared.
Jan 6th, 2019, 07:14 AM
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The NCL star (round journey Seattle) does have balcony cabins that accomodate 5 with the rollaway bed (category BB) I really priced out the Might 15th date for you and the 3/4/5th passenger rates are $fifty nine plus port and taxes so for your loved ones of 5 you are taking a look at round $3670 complete worth (cruise port and taxes).
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Jan 6th, 2019, 10:06 AM
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Actually, whereas it could be possible to stuff 5 people right into a cabin, I just wouldn’t do it with three adults. It’d work if there were three youthful children, however even then I do not suppose it’s price it.
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Jan 8th, 2019, 02:35 PM
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There are adjoining cabins with a door in between the cabin (very much like adjoining rooms in accommodations). Those would be your greatest guess. At the least, you will not be sharing one bathroom for 5 people. Discuss to your TA and discover out which ship has adjoining cabins out there. You need to act quick as they do get booked actual quick and the numbers are restricted.
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Jan 8th, 2019, 06:21 PM
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I believe most ships can accommodate 5 in a state room. Nevertheless, take it from somebody who’s accomplished it….Do not do it. You should have a a lot better time when you’ve got two previous sufficient for their very own room. Make sure you take a look at available tours before you go. You are time in port is very brief and taking advantage of it is important to your vacation.
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Jan 11th, 2019, 12:18 PM
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Stick the youngsters with Grandma and keep in your individual room!
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Jan 19th, 2019, 04:10 AM
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We Just acquired off Carnival’s Glory. Our stateroom is taken into account an inside however had a window! We had been considered one of four cabins within the very entrance of deck 10 and it slept 5. (Our window seemed proper out on the small front deck.)We had two beds collectively that could be L shaped if separate, a double bed size pull out sofa and a pull down bunk. If you place our beds into the L form you would get a crib or roll-a-means mattress within the room also. And it was a handicapped room so had an enormous bathroom. We selected this cabin as a result of it was the just one available the week before when we booked.
The Glory is the Conquest class Carnival and all Conquest class ships have the identical flooring plan and should have the identical cabin layouts.
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Feb 2nd, 2019, 05:09 AM
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The Carnival Triumph accommodates up to five people. We had 2 prime bunks, a backside twin and a double bed. It was close quarters, however we did not spend a lot time within the cabin. It labored fine for us.
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