How to tell if a room sleeps 3 or 4

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  1. gometros

    gometros <font color=teal>WDWWDS Chief Weapons Inspector an

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    I'm sure this has been addressed before, but I had no idea how to formulate my search. Looking at the deck plans on this site, how can you tell if a stateroom sleeps three or four people? Is the black triangle an indicator?
     
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  3. jilljill

    jilljill <font color=blue>Collects Disney men!<br><font col

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    The black triangle is a connecting door.
    The less scientific way would be to do a ressie search on DCL's site for 4 people to see which cabins are available. If you are looking for 3 people you can do the same. You can also call DCL or your TA and ask them.
     
  4. gometros

    gometros <font color=teal>WDWWDS Chief Weapons Inspector an

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    Thanks. I guess that means there is no indicator on the plans. Too bad, I thought there was.
     
  5. disney1990

    disney1990 <font color=royalblue>Wow, it make my heart skip a

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    If you have access to "The Passporter" Cruise book, you can find this information. Perhaps your library has a copy.
     
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    gometros <font color=teal>WDWWDS Chief Weapons Inspector an

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    That's where I saw it! Thanks.
     
  7. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    If you've decided on a cabin you location you like, try a dummy ressie. They won't allow you to book 4 in a cabin that holds 3.

    Alternatively, many TAs have the list.
     

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