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icon5.gifSplendour of the Seas---Cabins

We're booked on the December 2005 sailing from Galveston, and have cabins 7085, 7087, 7089 and 7091 booked.



Anybody ever used these cabins? Any suggestions/words of wisdom, etc?


You'll notice that two of the cabins are accessible, since we have two wheelchairs in our group.


R. Aubrey Hawton:o

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We have been on the Splendour of the Seas twice, but both times we had outside cabins on deck 4 rather than deck 7. Our cabins were L-shaped and at least 50% larger than standard ones with plenty of space for the wheelchair to move around. The bathroom was the one drawback of the older ship. They were much smaller than the HC bathrooms in cabins on newer ones; however, there still was a roll-under sink and a roll-in shower.

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