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Does anyone know the bed configuration for 5 in an interior cabin on the Fascination?  From the Carnival website it looks like there will be two twins, two pull down bunks and a trundle bed.  How does the trundle fit into the layout?

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Don't torture yourself or the other 4 people. Just get 2 cabins.

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We've done 2 cruises with 5 in a single room.  The configuration is as follows:  2 twin beds that are pressed together to make 1 large king bed, 2 pull down beds that are about 5 feet off the ground, and 1 trundle placed on the floor.

 

If you don't plan on spending much time in your room, it's not as bad as you might think. We would go to bed early and were up and out of the room early, whereas our kids would come to bed later and sleep in. So it was never really a problem. The only time it got congested was when we were all getting ready for dinner at the same time. However, since we allowed our kids to eat where they wanted, there was only a couple of times when we were all trying to shower and get ready at the same time.

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Here's a picture I found that shows 5 beds in an interior room on the Imagination which is the same class of ship as the Fascination. carnival-imagination-carnival-110660.jpg

 

As you can see the king bed is split apart and placed on 2 walls with the camp or trundle bed on the 3rd wall making an "u" shape on the floor. The 2 pullman beds fold out from the wall over the 2 side wall beds with the ladders partially obstructing the floor beds.  The part of the cabin not shown would have the vanity desk which is attached to the wall, the bathroom and closets.

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On 3/29/2019 at 11:04 PM, stobe1 said:

Don't torture yourself or the other 4 people. Just get 2 cabins.

 

Perhaps their budget doesn't extend to a second cabin!

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