We have booked connecting cabins on the summit for next year, cabins 7045 & 7047 on Vista deck. What exactly is a connecting cabin, do they have an interior door between them & can the partition on the balcony be taken away to extend the length of the balcony? Any info anone can give on these cabins would be much appreciated. Thanks
Just beware: The connecting door once "unlocked" remains unlocked at all times. You have no option to lock the door for privacy at any time. Of course, you can shut the door, but that is only as good as the people on the other side allow it to be.
You might get to know them better than you wish.
You can try to get a key from the room stewart, but it is a "master key" which I don't think they will let you have.
We've had "connecting rooms" twice. Didn't feel secure or comfortable either time. Will
NEVER do it again. In fact, we make sure there is NO CONNECTING door in the stateroom at all.
Hi, we've had a connecting cabin once and the door was always locked. I suppose if the two parties don't know each other and both request that it be locked there wouldn't be a problem. Same if both wanted it unlocked.
Not sure the third option would arise where one wanted it open and the other locked.
Remember the stafff are there to makle your holiday as pleasurable as possible so some compromise should be achieved without too much fuss.
Yes, I am very curious to know if you can hear noise and conversations through the connecting door. We have reserved a cabin with a connecting door for our Alaskan cruise also. Any comments or experiences from fellow cruisers appreciated.