Pack and Play in connecting cabin

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#1
184 Posts
Joined Jan 2001
We have two D1 connecting cabins reserved for my daughter's family on RCI Freedom of the Seas. One Cabin has a sofa bed and two twins; the other has a chair/ottoman and two twins. Daughter & hubby will split up so there is an adult in each cabin -- so they and 2 of the kids will sleep in the 4 twin beds.

The 22 month old is still sleeping in a crib at home, so not sure he will be able to use the sofa bed. If not, we have to reserve a Pack and Play. if we do the Pack and Play, does anyone know which cabin would have the most room for it -- the one with the sofa bed (not opened up) or the one with the chair/ottoman.

Any info or pictures would be appreciated!

Thanks!
#2
Fredericksburg, va. USA
84,276 Posts
Joined May 2001
It doesn't have to stay in the cabin that it's booked in...whichever one it fits in best...just put it there!

And, just so you know....they may have to "split up" for booking purposes, but once on the ship, they can take 1 room and put the kids in the other....you have immediate access to the other room via the connecting doorway...closer that bedrooms at home!