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4 in a Balcony Cabin


SusanMelody

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We are a family of 4 also. (two sons, 7 and 9) When ncl had their recent sale, we were able to upgrade from an inside room to a balcony. At that time there were no 4 person balconies on our ship. Since I am traveling with relatives, we had to officially put one of my sons in with one of my SIL's even though he will probably stay in our balcony room with us. My representative said that there weren't many 4 person balcony rooms, but I can't remember if she said there weren't many in our category or that many period.

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We always travel with 4 iin a balcony and yes, it will be cramped. My only salvation was light packing and keeping everybody organized. My boys are older so it always seems like they have soooo much stuff. It also depends on if you spend alot of time in the cabin. Bathroom time can be a pain : ) I find that if everyone is respectful of the space it will work. I always come home afterward and my house feels gigantic.

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