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- Interested in a cruise (possible 4 to 7 day With three famlies and 9 grandkids) Is it possible to get adjoining rooms thatopen to each other not just to the halls? Kids in one but with direct access to parents room without going in the hall?
- - Asked by jim on 8/7/2010
- Hi Jim,
Welcome to the Moms Panel! How exciting that you are considering a Disney Cruise for your extended family vacation! YES - there are connecting rooms available on all of the Disney Cruise ships. I love having this option because it offers the security of having the kids right there with you, and a lot of extra space. The website I find most helpful when trying to pin down stateroom locations is at www.dreamsunlimitedtravel.com, they have the best deck plan page I've found. The rooms with the arrows next to the stateroom number are connecting. When making your reservation, be sure to request connecting (inside door between the two), versus adjoining which simply means they are next to each other (no inside door).
I hope this helps, come back with the rest of your planning questions!
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