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Mercury Cabin Inquiry


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Hello,

Does anyone know anything good/bad about cabin #4052 on Mercury - Continental deck?

I had read on the threads that some of the inside cabins have a huge pole in the room.

Just hoping that this is not one of them!

Thanks.

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Hmmm... a pole in the cabin? I had an inside on her last month...not that cabin, but there wasn't a pole in my room. (have never heard that before [img]http://messages.cruisecritic.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img])

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Hi Lois,

Yes on one of the threads they had mentioned that it was in some of the inside cabins not all of them.

From what I can remember it was on a couple of the floors not just one level.

I thought it was said it was near the beds when made into a queen (not sure on this).

I failed to add to my notification on that thread so I have not been able to find it.

Celebrity Mercury 5/29/04
Carnival Victory 10/26/03
Majesty of Seas 7/07/03
Tahitian Princess 4/23/03
Majesty of Seas 1/27/03
Enchantment 10/6/02
Paradise 5/02/02
Horizon 1/4/02
Monarch of the Seas 10/11/01
Majesty of the Seas 5/4/01


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Anyone have any info on cabin 1007? Looks to be at end of the hallway on the forward Penthouse level or does it go out onto the forward deck? Also, should we experience more motion if the seas are rough? One more question, will a 14yo mind sleeping on the sofa bed cause she isn't getting my bed? [img]http://messages.cruisecritic.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_razz.gif[/img] Thanks in advance. Scott
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firstplacechef

You will be near the end of the corridor. There is only a crew access door at the end (to the bridge). We were on the other side in 1012 and there was little passing traffic in the corridor. You will notice more movement if the seas are rough. You are high and forward so the pitching and rolling will be more pronounced.

Your 14 year old should be fine on the sofa bed. You are in Concierge, so don't be afraid to ask for extra mattress padding if the bed or pullout are a bit hard.

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