Connecting Cabins 2530-2532 any info?

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  1. rtjcbrown

    rtjcbrown Mouseketeer

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    We have these two cabins reserved for a 7 nite eastern cruise with wife, 2 kids (2+5) and the in-laws next door. Has anyone stayed in these cabins, and if so how was the noise, conditions, bedding set-up?
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  3. Fla Gator

    Fla Gator Earning My Ears

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    Just bumping this up -- we have these cabins booked for a different cruise and am curious about the possibility of noise from the club above. Although it probably won't be louder than my DH's snoring :)
     
  4. kreedham

    kreedham Mouseketeer

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    Just recently returned and had next door 2534. Heard no noise from the club above. You are almost half way between the elevators. We were pleased with the stateroom.

    Have fun!
     
  5. jeannief

    jeannief Mouseketeer

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    We were in 2516, which is directly under Diversions and heard no noise. We are pretty heavy sleepers but I did manage to hear my little guy opening the cabin door... he was going to look for us in the middle of the night!
     
  6. cynjam

    cynjam Vacation Planner

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    If I remember correctly, we were in those cabins in Sept.'03. The location was great. We were half way between everything. The noise from above or other cabins wasn't a problem. However, with young kids in each of the two connecting cabins, we did hear each other's kids yelling. But, never the adults, since we don't yell at our kids. ;) Seriously, we didn't even hear the other room's TV.
    The beds were near the door and the sofa/bunkbeds were next to the porthole window. There is a curtain you can drop across between them at night.
    Not sure what you mean by condition, but I do remember having a good view at each port. Once, we could watch everyone board the ship at the dock.
    Hope this helps.
     

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