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Old April 3rd, 2009, 11:23 AM
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Default Higher decks better?

Is it better to be on a higher deck or more in the middle?

I have read different things including the fact that the lower decks/mid-ship rooms are a bit more stable.

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Higher is better, closer to the pools and buffet
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We go for rooms toward the middle and away from the elevators.
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I myself prefer to be on the higher decks with a balcony.It can be a little less stable at times but I'm fine with that.
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Mid ship is most stable as well as the lower decks, but eveyone has his/her preferance..The higher the deck, the higher the prices.

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Mid ship is most stable as well as the lower decks, but eveyone has his/her preferance..The higher the deck, the higher the prices.

Nita
Yep, as they say, "The more you pay, the more you sway."
We have difficulty deciding, because every location we have tried has had features we liked. So, we now just book a guarantee and save ourselves both some cash and some decision time.
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