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Old April 24th, 2010, 09:56 PM
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We are planning a cruise and have some questions. We are traveling with another couple and want to stay in the same room but have seperate bedrooms. Do the suites offer this? We tried looking online but couldnt find out much about the amount of bedrooms in them. We want 2 queen or king size beds in seperate bedrooms. Is this possible?

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Old April 24th, 2010, 11:26 PM
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Unlike some hotel rooms, cruise cabins do not contain separate "rooms" or sleep areas, at least not on Princess that I am aware of. You might want to opt for a "Family Suite" (actually two cabins interconnected), but they are expensive. IMHO, I would just go with two side-by-side balcony rooms. You can still hang out on each other's decks together, yet still have privacy when you want it.
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we were looking into the family suite as an option too Im curious to see how much it will run
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Other than a Family Suite, Princess doesn't offer suites or cabins with two separate sleeping areas.

I would go with adjoining cabins.

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i agree with the others that two adjoing cabins would be your best best. Yes the family staterooms offer separate sleeping areas but only one bedroom and a pull-out sofa, and one bathroom, i don't know about you but can you imagine the logistics of 4 adults trying to share one small bathroom
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