Rare RJChatsworth Posted November 10, 2013 #1 Share Posted November 10, 2013 It is alleged that some able bodied people book cabins for the disabled because the cabins are bigger. Considering there are few disabled cabins this seems an extraordinarily selfish thing to do if it is true. Cunard tells me that sometimes upgrades are given to able bodied passengers into disabled cabins when the conditions are you can't turn it down. This really gives me the creeps as I wouldn't, as an able bodied person, want to be seen coming out of one or to occupy one when disabled people in lower category disabled staterooms were denied the upgrade due to my World Club or whatever status in Cunard. Do others feel the same? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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