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Old May 2nd, 2002, 12:23 AM
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We will have an oceanview stateroom on our upcoming cruise and I noticed in the pictures that there is a little "curtain" between the beds and the couch/sitting area. Here's my question, can the "curtain" be pulled closed?? I was wondering in case one person is sleeping and the other wants to stay up.

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Old May 2nd, 2002, 12:50 AM
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Shelly,

We stayed in cabin 7602 on the Rhapsody, 2 years ago, and there are not only full-length drapes that seperate the bedroom from the living room, but a sliding-glass door as well.

This stateroom is a category AA Family Suite, and may be similar to your stateroom.

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we were in cabin 8584, C catagory, and our curtain was just a decoration. i very much enjoyed the pastel colors and light woods as opposed to the dark wood and colors of some ships.
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I don't recall the cabin we were in (somewhere in steerage :-), but the curtain would close
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Hi Shelly,
We were in a simular cabin and no the curtain was not a full one, mostly just for decoration.
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Our cabin had curtains that closed to separate the bed area from the sleep sofa and bunk area. Check to see if the curtains are not only at the head of the bed but also near the foot area. There were tracks in the ceiling for the curtains to travel across the room.
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Old May 9th, 2002, 01:08 PM
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No, it's just for decoration. You can unlatch the tieback and you'll have about a foot or so of separation, but that's it.

The family suite is totally different from an outside cabin.
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