Any issues with our daughter staying with her grandma in connecting stateroom?

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  1. Disney Family Mum

    Disney Family Mum Earning My Ears

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    We have a 7-night Fantasy cruise booked and our daughter (11yrs old) will be staying with my mother-in-law in her stateroom. My husband, son and I will be in the connecting stateroom. Will it be an issue if we choose to do a shore excursion while my mother-in-law stays on the ship? Since our daughter is in my mother-in-law's stateroom, will there be any problems getting off/on the ship with our daughter if my mother-in-law isn't with us?
     
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  3. adams3880

    adams3880 Earning My Ears

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    Our kids stayed next door with my aunt last month and we were fine getting off for excursions. Making a new password at the Club/Lab was a different story...
     
  4. michellekcm

    michellekcm Mouseketeer

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    When you check in at the port just make sure you're all authorised to take her on and off the ship. They'll just make sure all your photos are linked to her KTTW card. Simple and easy. DD was booked in my mum's room but did all her shore excursions with us.
     
  5. Disney Family Mum

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    So your aunt stayed on the ship while you took the kids off for a shore excursion? And the kids were officially in the stateroom as her right?
     
  6. Disney Family Mum

    Disney Family Mum Earning My Ears

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    Thank you Michelle!
     
  7. twindaddy

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    Just make sure you have linked reservations. Your TA can do this, or you can call Disney.

    We had a similar situation. I was staying in an inside cabin with one twin, grandma, mom, and the other twin in the veranda across the hall. In reality I had my own cabin and all the ladies slept in the veranda. Just book however it is cheapest, Disney does not care who sleeps where. We got extra keys from Guest services.

    We you have linked ressies, you can book shore excursions for both rooms.
     

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