Something just occurred to me. Is there a way I can see if our stateroom has 1 queen bed instead of 2 twin beds? Do the staterooms have twin beds at all? I don't think my husband and I even thought about that when booking (duh!) - But who wants to spend their honeymoon in seperate beds? We'll be on the Wind - Anyone have any insight? Worst case scenario is that I could call NCL and check. Thanks!
Cabins all have twins and on most ships they can be push them together, put queen size bedding and you're all set. On some older ships the beds can't be push together. Congratulations and have a great cruise.
Teresa and Larry
#36-Carnival Splendor 9/16/12
7 night Mexican Riviera
#37-Allure of the Seas 11/11/12
7 night Eastern Caribbean
What is your cabin #?. Have you looked on the the NCL site to see the deck plan? There is a wide variety of cabin configurations on any ship. If the plan shows two separate singles they would be put together as one. There may be a swing out bunk over head as well. Look at the description on the NCL site. Hope that helps.
We sailed on the Spirit to Alaska. Had two twin beds, but the cabin
steward shoved them together. You may have to ask for a foam
pad because they are rather hard. We got one after our first night
and slept like sea cows.
Nearly every one of NCLs ships can take twins and make them into queens. As someone asked, what ship will you be cruising? Most likely the bed will already be a queen when you embark, but if not your cabin steward will take care of this for you. Happy cruisin, NMnita
We had an inside cabin and requested the twin beds be made into a queen. When we arrived the room was in the the twin bed configeration. After the lifeboat drill I called the front desk to have it changed into a queen. When we got back from dinner it had been switched.
Steve & Donalee
HAL Zaandam 10/07