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Old November 30th, 2007, 04:34 PM
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Hello, We have recently booked a balcony cabin on the newly-renamed Norwegian Jade (formerly Pride of Hawaii) and noticed that our cabin has an adjoining door to the cabin next door. I've recently stayed in a hotel room with a connecting door and the noise was quite bad. Has anyone out there travelled in a connecting room on NCL who can adivse on the noise levels?
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When we cruised on the Pearl there was an adjoining door in our cabin.
The only time I heard our neighbors was when they were fighting on the balcony.
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Thanks for the reply!

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I was just recently on a norweigen cruise with connecting rooms and when both doors are shut you are unable to hear anythingfrom the other side. Hope that helps
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I was on the Sun in June in a Suite with a connecting room and we never heard a sound from the other room.
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Thanks for the reply, everyone is so helpful on here!
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