Joining Rooms?

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  1. wisegal

    wisegal Mouseketeer

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    Hi

    My family of 5 are thinking of booking a cruise to Alaska when they are running. I am wondering if they have joing rooms abord the ship or will we have to be side by side?
     
  2. Deffenm

    Deffenm DIS Veteran

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    We are a family of 5 as well and just booked a 4 day cruise on the Wonder. We have two rooms next to each other and was told they have a door connecting them together. Our cabins are 6317 & 6319.

    Now I just need to figure out how the rooms will be set up as we would love the kids in one room and DH and I in the other. Can you request how rooms are setup? Queen in one room, and enough places for 3 kids to sleep in other room?
     
  3. Chicogirl

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    The queen bed will split into two twins. You can have your room attendent do this for you.
     
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  5. Donald_Quackers

    Donald_Quackers Quacktastic!

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    Talk to your stateroom host the first day and they will set it up when they turn down your room.
     
  6. jmchone0830

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    We had two rooms on the Magic last year. It had a door in-between and we just kept it propped open with a door stopper. Each room had a queen bed and then each couch turned into a bed and then there was a pull-down bed from the ceiling. So, kind of like bunk beds. My three kids did sleep in one room while my husband and I were in the other. Worked out awesome especially considering that way it gave us another bathroom and another TV too.
     
  7. wisegal

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    do I request joining rooms when i book it?
     
  8. jmchone0830

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    Yes, that is what we did.
     
  9. sunshine1259

    sunshine1259 DIS Veteran

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    They don't care who sleeps where. Just let your stateroom host know to make up the beds in the one room for three and other for the 2 of you.
     

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