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  1. Wow! That is a lot!! Sure didn’t like about any of this. I figured I would be ok just going over the room myself with Clorox wipes. Thanks for the info... hope there is no problems
  2. Thanks for all the info everyone! I did a bunch of research yesterday and saw a few hotels i'm interested in.
  3. Thanks for the tip, but they don’t fly to Orlando from my home air port
  4. Thanks for the info JohninDC! Sounds like staying near the airport maybe the way to go. And I’ll look for a later flight.
  5. Hello to all reading this. I just booked a cruise for this November that I'm really hoping ends up sailing. The cruise is leaving out of Orlando, which I have never sailed from before. Anyone have recommendations for a hotel? I would like one that has restaurants/shopping within walking distance. I looked at google maps and really didn't see anything. Also, how early can I book my return flight for? It looks like there maybe a 11:45 flight, but think that maybe to early? Thanks in advance!
  6. Yes you can, I had to do it for an upcoming cruise. You need to call to book, don't think you can do it yourself on line.
  7. let us know how everything turns out Alatraveler. I'm having the same situation as you, but my cruise isn't until December. I was going to call them to see if they could change it, but after reading your horror story i'm going to wait.
  8. the airport is not far from the cruiseport (about 10miles). As far as does it matter where to stay, that is up to you. I prefer staying in downtown Miami because of the area. There are restaurants in walking distance. I don't know anything about other airport hotels. Good Luck!
  9. I used the hotel though NCL for my cruise in May. It was very convenient, a few restaurants within walking distance. The room itself was clean, but the beds were the worse I have ever slept in. There was no refrigerator in the room, no exhaust fan in the bathroom, and the water knob feel off in our hands. Breakfast for two cost us over $60 for the buffet (but we could have walked to one of the surrounding restaurants - it was just to hot and I didn't want to get all sweaty). Other than that everything was great! LOL....I choose to do the hotel on my own this time.
  10. It’s to soon. My flight wasn’t actually booked until 45 days before, and I had to call the air department to get it booked. You will know the flight is booked when your e-docs are ready. If you don’t have your e-docs 45 days before, then call. They won’t help you before that. (Sorry not sure if I called at day 49 or 45) . I was supper stressed about it but everything worked out great.
  11. Used the reduced airfare my last cruise, and planning on using the next two. i chose to fly in the day before, and stayed in the hotel NCL offered. Chose to upgrade to better seats, and you have to pay to check in you luggage. I thought everything worked out great.
  12. Thanks Nola! I will call back. I did think about about both of the other options, but you have to book at least an ocean view to qualify for air, which is $1000 more than the studio (single supplement). And I used the air on my last cruise and we received our flight information at 50 days (and that was with me calling bugging them) so I’m thinking if we wait for last minute the prices will be sky high.
  13. Just wondering if anyone has used the air/sea program without it being a perk. I am looking at booking a cruise in which I would include the free air, but my son will have a studio room and therefore not eligible. I know he can book a flight on his own, but I hate telling him he has to travel by himself. I tried calling NCL last night and the woman I talked to just could not understand what I was asking. TIA!!
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