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Mini-suite big enough for two adults and two little ones?


rthiebes

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Hello all,

 

We have a mini-suite on the Mariner of the Seas (room 9570 to be exact). Do they have pull out beds? Do we need to coordinate this ahead of time? Ideas for sleeping arrangements (I assume the couch doesn't pull out)? Anyone ever had a room by an elevator (I noticed that ours is across from one) and notice lots of noise and traffic?

 

Due to sail on Mariner of the Seas 7/4/04

La Palma - sometime in Spring 1993

MS Romanza - 8/8/87-8/16/87

 

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While we would not take this type of cabin, rest assured that you will be able to survive the week. If you are able to bump your category up, though, I would do so. More importantly, icon_wink.gif enjoy your upcoming cruise!

 

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I have found the mini-suites quite comfortable. The sofa does usually pull out into a double (queen)bed. I have sailed on the Mariner, but on several other RCI ships. Anything over 200 square feet is fine. Also you will have a balcony and that makes the room seem bigger

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