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Info about room plans

Discussion in 'Royal Caribbean International' started by yhass, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. yhass

    yhass Active Member

    In the deck plans of the ship, when a balcony room has a triangle drawn in it and it says "stateroom with sofa bed" - does it mean that besides the 2 double beds there is an extra sofa bed?
    I have 2 teens of 18 and 14 and want the option for them not to share a bed, so either a pullman or an extra bed are good for me.
  2. suer182

    suer182 Forum Manager Staff Member

    What ship and a cabin category are you looking at? MOST ships/cabins are 2 single beds converted to a Queen and the couch is a pull out bed.
  3. yhass

    yhass Active Member

    The oasis. Do you know if there are balcony cabins in which the kids can sleep separately?
  4. suer182

    suer182 Forum Manager Staff Member

    Most of the cabins will have 2 twin beds that they will push together to form a queen bed or keep the beds as twins. Would you consider booking 1 balcony and 1 inside cabin? This way you have two bathrooms. Or see if they have a roll a way cot. A regular balcony cabin might be too small for the cot option.

    Oasis is a great ship. Book your shows asap.
  5. bob

    bob Chief Engineer Staff Member

    Good excuse to book a suite, room for the roll a way of course.................
  6. yhass

    yhass Active Member

    We booked a balcony which has both a sofa bed and a Pullman.
    We did consider taking 2 rooms but were afraid that since its "illegal" to put kids alone in one room we might get into trouble.
    Suite is way much above our budget.

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