Dream Cat 6N cabins (5 person w/ 2 baths)
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Haven't stayed in one, but found that they were charging a premium for those rooms. You could get 2 ocean views for much cheaper...I find that hard to believe. The first two people in a cabin pay the same, but 3rd, 4th, and 5th are at reduced rated.
I have not stayed in one but have seen them. Just so you know - I don't believe the two twins can be combined into one when five sleep in the cabin. So two twin beds, a single convertible sofa and two uppers are the sleeping arrangements.
The two bathrooms are not two full baths. There is one standard bathroom with a shower and a second "bath"room with a mini-tub/shower and a basin (no toilet).
Or you could bring a blow up mini-tub
they just dont have the other bed that comes down from the ceiling shown but you can see where it comes down over one of the twins which is why you can't push the two beds together.
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I really like the idea of 2 separate (connected) cabins, but at about $900 more (plus the likelihood that the kids will still try to be in "our room") that it's not worth the extra $$....we could put that toward extra excursions, drinks....or even a weekend away for just ourselves.
alternatively, i'm thinking of checking out the Valor and getting 2 connecting cabins.