I am sailing on the Grand and have booked a BC cabin (outside with balcony) for myself, husband, and child. I am told that my husband and I will have to sleep in twin beds, because when there is a third person in the room, the twin beds cannot become a queen bed. Is this correct? Why is this the case?
Location: Wisconsin....about 100 miles south of the Frozen Tundra and 70 miles east of Camp Randall
Re: Room/Bed configuration
Only some of those BC cabins accomodate a third person - it could be that the way the cabin is set up (a pull down upper bunk as the third bed) that if you put the twins together to make a queen that the person who is in the upper would not be able to get in and out of that bed. There is no sofa in these rooms to open up into a sofa bed.
It sounds like a tacky room plus uncomfortable beds because I think they are attached to the side of the opposite walls. I think I would change to a room where maybe they can get a rollaway bed for your child. I think I would rather sleep in a large bed with my husband than sleep like a sailor on a bunk bed.