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RCL Jewel of the Seas wheelchair accessible cabins


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Hi folks -

 

Gotten several answers and looked at several deck plans, and none agree.

 

Does anyone know the wheelchair accessible cabins on RCL Jewel of the Seas which sleep four?

 

The mostly likely answer I've gotten is that only the Junior Suites on deck 10 sleep four - but those are well out of our price range! Someone at RCL said there were some balcony H cabins which sleep four - but H isn't balcony, and the deck plans show those H cabins sleep 3, not 4...

 

Argh. Maybe folks are confused because it is a new ship....

 

Thanks in advance for any help,

jim

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Hi folks -

 

Gotten several answers and looked at several deck plans, and none agree.

 

Does anyone know the wheelchair accessible cabins on RCL Jewel of the Seas which sleep four?

 

The mostly likely answer I've gotten is that only the Junior Suites on deck 10 sleep four - but those are well out of our price range! Someone at RCL said there were some balcony H cabins which sleep four - but H isn't balcony, and the deck plans show those H cabins sleep 3, not 4...

 

Argh. Maybe folks are confused because it is a new ship....

 

Thanks in advance for any help,

jim

 

Looks like 4006, 4008 and 4517 are the only ones with 3rd and 4th pullman beds.

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We just got off the ship. We were in 7612, which was quite large, had a double balcony and I could do wheelies in the bathroom. There was a couch, but due to the configuration of the room, there would be no room to open it up, so unfortunately, these cabins, catagory E would not be good for 4. The only other balcony cabins are the junior suites on deck 10.

A word of advice - you may be a lot happier on deck 4, even without the balcony. Elevator access on this ship is terrible. In the centrum area, there are 6 small elevators, which are almost always full. They are spread out, so you can miss one,even if it stops. If you are on a low deck, like 4, eveybody has gotten out of the elevator, so you can get on. Also, those cabins are clustered around another set of elevators which are aft, and much less crowded. Also, if you are in the main dining room, you will already be on deck 4 and can avoid the elevators for meals - make sure you request a table on deck 4 if your cabin is there.

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