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Wondering if anyone could give me a bit of info about connecting rooms , we have never been in one before but for our next cruise our cabin is a connecting one .

I have been reading a few reviews and some are not so good about connecting rooms ie noise etc , the cabin next to us only sleeps 2 so I am supposing it will be fine, any experiences with this type of cabin would be appreciated


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We had a connecting cabin on a princess cruise last December. Did not hear a thing from next door. I tend to have the TV a little louder than normal and we did not have any complaint from our neighbour. Maybe they were too polite?

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We current,y have adjoining rooms on the Voyager of the seas, and have also had on the Radiance of the seas. Both times we never had any trouble with noise. I think you may lose some couch space, depending on which ship you are on but otherwise it's exactly the same as any other room.

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