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3 adults in an oceanview stateroom?


fatsassygirl

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The only Princess staterooms that have a pull out sofa, or a sofa at all, would be mini suites and above. Inside, outside and balcony staterooms will be a bedroom with two lower twins/covertable to a queen, and pull out/down upper bunks. These staterooms offer one upholstered chair and one desk chair, and there isn't room for much else.

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do the staterooms have pullout couches or how would an oceanview accomodate 3 adults? anyone have pictures?

 

The standard oceanview stateroom is 168sft. There is one small (tiny?) bathroom.

 

Nuff said? :p

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I've done it with my wife and 15 year old daughter. One bunk down off the wall isn't so bad. But at least on the Sea/Sun/Dawn bring duct tape to keep the night light off when you lower the bunk down.

 

Yes it's tight but then again how much time do you spend in your room?

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My biggest problem with it would be 3 sharing that tiny bathroom:eek: . With a younger child maybe but 3 adults would not work for me.

 

Take turns. We have had 4 of us in the room, and we just have two people leave the pool early to shower and get ready for dinner, and then when they were done, the other two went. No problem.

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