We are planning a family/friend cruise. We have two 18 year old girls who want to come but thier parents cannot. I called RCCL and they said we could put them across the hall or in an adjacent cabin from anyone in our group. I asked ANYONE?? and they said yes. If that could not work we could book them in two different cabins with 21 year olds or older and then have the keys switched once we got on board so they could room together. When we called to pay, the person I spoke with said they could only be booked across the hall or adjacent to their parents
. If we booked the girls in seperate cabins and switched them, the keys/sea pass would be associated with the wrong cabins. My husband and I have cruised several times with our kids when they were under 21. We could not always get cabins close so we would book one parent in each room and then went to guest relations and changed our key/sea pass to the correct cabins, my husband and I in a balcony and the 3 kids in an inside room.
Has anyone had any recent experience with this and do you have any advice??
Thanks so Much,