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We were told they can also be across the hall from each other. My Mother booked two cabins for her and my younger brothers (17 & 16) in a guarantee cabin. NCL was well aware of my brothers being in a separate cabin, with that being said, the two cabins are on the same deck, pretty much back to back, except one is portside and the other is starboard.

 

However, the easier way is to book one adult in each room and switch while onboard and get cabins relatively close to each other.

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