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Old 11-16-2012, 05:55 PM   #31
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The only issue I can see with the inside is the one bath... how much is the 10 ??/ as this will have two baths. My 13 year old hogged our single bath
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Old 11-16-2012, 05:56 PM   #32
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The reason it's not much more expensive to book 2 inside cabins is because the 3rd and 4th passenger rates in a cabin are so close to the 1st and 2nd passenger rates! Disney has just about the highest 3rd and 4th passenger rates in the industry! Therefore, you're only paying a couple hundred dollars more to have 2 cabins with 2 passengers in each. My family of 4 and I (kids ages 4 and 5) cruised in an inside cabin on the Fantasy in April and I also figured out afterwards that I could've booked 2 inside cabins for just a few hundred dollars more. Maybe next time!
Absolutely correct. And there are some rare occasions where the price of 2 cabins is IDENTICAL to the price of placing all 4 in one inside cabin of the same category. We did one cruise where we booked an 11C. The cost of 2 cabins was $35 more than placing 4 people in one cabin!

DCL has the highest 3rd and 4th passenger rates, but they also have the most costly kid programming with the longest hours. Guess you get what you pay for.
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:01 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by cmsnyder77 View Post
Wow! I never understood the connecting room thing before (duh!) This is opening up a whole new world of opportunities! Thanks everyone!!!

We always get two rooms for our family - myself, DH and our two young adult DDs. We do adjoining rooms and it works out wonderfully.

Just having that extra bathroom makes the added expense worth it. Even though DCL staterooms are larger than most - they are still pretty small.

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Old 11-19-2012, 11:16 AM   #34
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We had 4 people in a cat 11 for 7 nights and felt very crowded . My parents paid for the cruise, so can't really complain about free . However, there was very limited storage space, especially since we had a stroller (umbrella type) so we had the suitcases lining the side of the bed which meant we had to use the foot of the bed to get in and out of bed. That said, my first cruise, we stayed in a cat 10 with four women and had plenty of space. For four people, it is definitely worth small upgrade to a cat 10 inside stateroom.
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