View Full Version : Table for four

05-03-2002, 08:48 AM
What are the chances of getting a table for four for our November trip?

Are many tables for four available?

Any tips on getting them if they are available.

ALSO ----- Does anyone know anything about room 6610. Is it a good choice?

05-03-2002, 09:19 AM
Each time we've cruised we got a table for four. We didn't request that but it worked out each time that it was just our family of four sitting together. There appeared to be several other tables of four - whether the foursome was together or two groups, I don't know.

As for cabins, last October we were in 6608. We liked the location near the aft elevators and not too far from mid-ship. I did notice some ship noises (joints creaking, noises in the wall, etc.) but that was our first cruise and maybe it just seemed a little loud. Also, we had some strong weather that rocked the boat and that may have emphasized the noise. Was it unbearable? No, but when we cruised in January I did take earplugs to wear at night and a CD player to have some sound as we went off to sleep.


05-03-2002, 10:35 AM
We also got a table for 4 but, we had requested this. I think most of the time if you have 4 in your party you get one of these tables. If you have more, or less they join you together with others. Sorry, don't know about your cabin, we were on deck 2 and loved it!

05-03-2002, 01:33 PM
I had four in our group last trip. We ended up having a table for eight. I went to the Cadillac Lounge on the Wonder and had it changed to a table for four. No problem at all. I will always check at the Cadillac Lounge when we board for now on to see what we have. We like having a table for four. We had a bad experience the first time we were on the Wonder. The people sitting with us talked too much. They weren't talking too each other, they were talking to us. And you thought kids were bad. Who wants to hear about work when you are on vacation? (excuse me I would like to eat and enjoy my dinner):eek:

05-03-2002, 01:49 PM
DVCLady- that is so funny. Glad we are a party of 8 - no one else will be joining us ;)

05-03-2002, 02:07 PM
Thank you for the info.

DVCLady I agree 100%

05-03-2002, 07:27 PM
Our family of 3 linked ressies with another cruisers family of 7. We are meeting 6 mos before we cruise since we live near each other.

05-03-2002, 09:10 PM
A table for four can be two unrelated groups of two also. We had that on our last cruise...it was us and a mom & daughter. Hubby and I personally like being with others, as we eat together 7 days a week...it's really fun to meet new people (plus we usually do Palo so we get a "romantic" dinner anyway). Our most miserable experience was once when we had a table for four, but no tablemates...ugh!!
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