Basically, depends on the size cabin you are looking at, just make sure that it sleeps 3 people. Only main problem with an extra person in cabin, is the bathroom schedule, but if you can handle that, you should have no problem, have fun!
We always travel with three of us, me, hubby and my Mom. Never have a problem with space and we always book inside cabins cause we are never in the cabin. Will be on Pride next weekend and let you know how the room was.
Donna, We are looking at the Pride - (final arrangements to be made next week when I get a family "head count".) My Dad was going to share a room with my 17yr. old son & his 17yr. old friend. Bathroom won't be an issue for them. I was mainly concerned that there would be room for someone to walk to the bathroom if the sofabed were pulled out. This has been a REAL problem on some other cruises.
We were on the January 12th sailing of the Pride. Our 14 year old son, who is about 5'4" slept on the sofa. It is not really a sofa bed that pulls out. All the cabin steward does to make it a bed is remove the back cushions, and then make up the seat cushion with bed sheets, so it does not pull out and take up any floor space at all. My son slept on it just fine and said it was very comfortable. I do feel that a very tall person, 6' or taller, would have problems with their feet hanging off though!!
Check into reserving a true triple. That is two lowers and 1 upper. It is possible to put a cot in a double but that does get cramped. As mentioned above, the only real glitch is the bathroom schedule and that can be worked out. One thing for sure is to have that multi plug extension to allow double access to the outlet at the cabin vanity area. While one person is working on him or herself in the bathroom, two could be at the mirror in the cabin. It will all work out. Sue Sue
I agree with Sue. Make sure you get a room with 3 beds.
On the Paradise they brought in a cot for my daughter,
which was actually a law chair with a mattress.
I wanted to move to a different room, but she said that
her bed was extremely comfortable.
I think they took this out of the room everyday so we didn't have to trip over it all day.
With an adult you want to make sure you have 3 real beds.
We went on the Imagination and the Fantasy with 4 in a room the first time and 3 the second (all women). We had a quad room both times and it worked out great. You do need to allow enough bathroom time and a powerstrip helps greatly. NO COTS...they will really make getting around the cabin tough. It's just like an extended pajama party...have fun!