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We are sailing on the Ruby in December and the brochure says that our cabin (A436) will accomadate 3 people, which we have going, but it does not say what type of bed that 3rd person will have. Is it a couch that pulls out or is it one that comes down out of the wall?? Does anyone know?

Our TA ordered a roll away too, just in case but I would rather not have to have that in our cabin!

Any help is appreciated!

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We are sailing on the Ruby in December and the brochure says that our cabin (A436) will accomadate 3 people, which we have going, but it does not say what type of bed that 3rd person will have. Is it a couch that pulls out or is it one that comes down out of the wall?? Does anyone know?

Our TA ordered a roll away too, just in case but I would rather not have to have that in our cabin!

Any help is appreciated!

 

Your BC Balcony will not have a sofa, so the 3rd bed will be coming out of the wall or the ceiling. BTW, great location.

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My son, his partner and two children (aged 5 and 3) were in a 3 person cabin on Ruby Aloha deck (A703). One bed came down from the ceiling and was put away each morning and the other was a roll away bed which was put out at evening turndown and taken away during the day. It was not a problem. The pull down bed was positioned over a queen bed arrangement. If I were you, with an adult daughter, I would go for the roll- away option. You need to make sure it is ordered as there are only a limited number of these beds available. Both beds are singles but the roll-away is quite a good size. My son slept a couple of nights in it and he is 6'2" tall:eek:

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We had room A331 an interior room, 3 of us. Like mentioned a bed on the wall comes down, they put it up during the day and down at night. I even slept on it one night and it was totally fine (I'm 42) actually didn't feel any different then the bottom bed.

 

As for alcohol, one day I brought rum back on the ship in my beach bag, and they said nothing. Another day I brought 2 bottles of Tequila back in my beach bag, and still they said and did nothing. Sad thing is I didn't drink any of it cause I was with my 2 teenage girls. But had I been with my husband that would be great, cause drinks cost almost $8.00 ea. So yes bring the alcohol on, worse thing they take it away and give it to you at the end of cruise, but I bet they wont.

Later

Janice.

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My son, his partner and two children (aged 5 and 3) were in a 3 person cabin on Ruby Aloha deck (A703). One bed came down from the ceiling and was put away each morning and the other was a roll away bed which was put out at evening turndown and taken away during the day. It was not a problem. The pull down bed was positioned over a queen bed arrangement. If I were you, with an adult daughter, I would go for the roll- away option. You need to make sure it is ordered as there are only a limited number of these beds available. Both beds are singles but the roll-away is quite a good size. My son slept a couple of nights in it and he is 6'2" tall:eek:

 

Thanks....our TA already has one on order. Do you know if any of the balcony rooms DO have sofa beds??? Would we have to get a mini suite to have the sofa bed??? Thanks for the help!:)

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Thanks....our TA already has one on order. Do you know if any of the balcony rooms DO have sofa beds??? Would we have to get a mini suite to have the sofa bed??? Thanks for the help!:)

 

To get a sofa you need a mini or above. Balconies on this ship do not have sofas.

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