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Noise in Connecting Stateroom?

Discussion in 'Royal Caribbean International' started by AJ coast, Oct 8, 2004.

  1. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    Hi everyone. I'm booked in a connecting room on my next cruise, but I'm worried that noise will seep through the doorway and cause some disturbances. Does anyone have any experience with connecting staterooms? I would appreciate some feedback. Thanks.
     
  2. Ali

    Ali Guest

    I have had a few cabins like that and I couldn't hear a thing. Couldn't even see any light coming from under the door. Have a great cruise!
     
  3. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    THanks Ali.
     
  4. Natalia

    Natalia Guest

    Shouldnt be a problem at all, I have always been amazed at the lack of noise from neighboring cabins while cruising. Maybe Ive just been really lucky?? I dont know, but I would say not to worry one bit about it.
     
  5. Searcher

    Searcher Guest

    AJ coast Wrote:
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    > Hi everyone. I'm booked in a connecting room on
    > my next cruise, but I'm worried that noise will
    > seep through the doorway and cause some
    > disturbances. Does anyone have any experience
    > with connecting staterooms? I would appreciate
    > some feedback. Thanks.

    The ones we had were "double doored" and closed like an airlock making them as good as or better than the walls. Noise from the corridor one could hear at times but from other rooms, I never noticed any problems so whatever they use for insulation is wonderful, IMHO..
     
  6. Ken_2001

    Ken_2001 Guest

    Just to mirror what the above posts were saying, all of the ships I've been on have actually been completely sealed. On Carnival Legend, I actually slept better than in my own room at home. No worries. Have a good time!
     
  7. tmmull

    tmmull Guest

    I see by the previous postings that no one had a SCREAMING BABY or a late night OBNOXIOUS DRUNK in the adjoining cabin. We've had both. If the people are noisy you probably will hear something. Just one more thing. We were on the Sovereign with the drunks, who were also heavy SMOKERS. You can also sometimes SMELL things from an adjoining cabin.
     
  8. Searcher

    Searcher Guest

    tmmull Wrote:
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    > I see by the previous postings that no one had a
    > SCREAMING BABY or a late night OBNOXIOUS DRUNK in
    > the adjoining cabin. We've had both. If the people
    > are noisy you probably will hear something. Just
    > one more thing. We were on the Sovereign with the
    > drunks, who were also heavy SMOKERS. You can also
    > sometimes SMELL things from an adjoining cabin.

    There are times when calling the purser is in order.
     
  9. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    Just an interesting note: in connecting Junior suites on the Voyager, Adventure, and Explorer, the location of furniture is totally shifted because the connecting door takes the place of the desk. However, the newer Navigator and Mariner ships have corrected this problem by having desks half as long in all Junior suites. See the virtual tours on Royal Caribbean's website to see what I mean.
     
  10. I had a connecting cabin on the Celebrity Infinity and heard too much! Ever since, I've always asked my TA to make sure NOT to book an adjoining cabin.
     

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