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We are thinking of spending a few hundred dollars more to book the Norwegian Epic out of San Juan. We would need 2 rooms for our family of 5 with 3 teens (16, 17 & 18). If we choose sail away, are we likely to get rooms on the same floor? 

We are just looking into options as we saw one company offering cash back so might be very similar price to pick our own rooms.

 

(We've only been on one cruise so we don't know a lot about finding deals. We are happy to cruise with things that are included)

 

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29 minutes ago, fitbit said:

We are thinking of spending a few hundred dollars more to book the Norwegian Epic out of San Juan. We would need 2 rooms for our family of 5 with 3 teens (16, 17 & 18). If we choose sail away, are we likely to get rooms on the same floor? 

We are just looking into options as we saw one company offering cash back so might be very similar price to pick our own rooms.

 

(We've only been on one cruise so we don't know a lot about finding deals. We are happy to cruise with things that are included)

 

Statistically you will be far apart. Even if you are on the same deck, you could be at opposite ends of the ship (which is not close)

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If you book that way, you certainly risk having cabins far apart....they could be at opposite ends of the ship plus a few decks apart.  The adults would be required to supervise the teens, so they’d have to split up.  So before you book decide if you would be OK with that.  

 

Of course, sometimes it works out;  we do see posts where people get assigned nearby cabins.  I don’t think anybody has statistics on how often that happens.  No matter, you have to be prepared for the worst.

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