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4 person inside state rooms on caribbean princess

Discussion in 'Princess Cruises' started by Pixie Mom 3, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. Pixie Mom 3

    Pixie Mom 3 Guest

    Can anyone tell me about the 4 person inside state rooms?

    Where are the extra beds located?
    (we have said with Disney.... extra beds... couch converted to bottem bunk and top bunk pulled down from the wall.. )

    Will there be any privacy between the adults and kids?

    Are these rooms to small for 2 adults, a 11yr old, and a 12yr old?

    Post Edited (06-08-04 21:23)
  2. decr

    decr Guest

    We just got back. There were 4 of us (9 and 7 year old boys).

    When we tried to book a quad, none were available. So, we got adjoining rooms. It was the best thing that happened to us. It's really not that much more money and having the extra space and bathroom was priceless.

    I looked at an inside cabin on our way out of the ship. There are pulldowns on each wall. There would be no privacy at all. I would highly recommend getting 2 cabins. In fact, the best suggestion I've seen is to get a balcony cabin for you and an inside cabin across the hall for your kids!
  3. Al

    Al Guest

    The stateroom configuration is similar (2 lowers, two wall-mounted beds). There is no privacy whatsoever. I cringe at the thought of four people using one bathroom! If you can see your way clear, I think you'd all be more comfortable with adjoining cabins ... just a thought. Whatever your decision, enjoy your cruise!!
  4. Lady Jag

    Lady Jag Guest

    OMG! I cannot imagine trying to squeeze 4 people in one of those inside cabins. Talk about tight! We always get either two cabins next to each other (1 for us, 1 for our 2 kids) or a suite. There's no privacy in the quad inside cabins whatsoever. If you can, go for two of these cabins at least. OR, better yet, go with a quad mini-suite. They aren't that much more expensive and the added space is really needed. Until you personally see how small these cabins are, it's hard to imagine. Good luck!
  5. luv2getaway

    luv2getaway Guest

    My husband and I and our 2 kids have cruised 3 times before with 4 in an inside room. It is definitely crowded and there is no privacy but if money is a consideration it is possible! We spent very little time in our room other than to sleep and dress. I would rather share a room than not be able to afford to go at all!
  6. jero20

    jero20 Guest

    We squeezed 4 adults in an ocenview cabin, the beds were in the upper wall just above the two twin beds. We didn't had problems at all.

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