Posted October 20th, 2011, 01:41 AM
... would it be crazy crowded or not too bad? The price is good for the 4 of us (our kids would be about 5 and 3).
How exactly would it work? Are there pulldown bun beds on each wall above the twin-converted-to-queen on the floor? Or is one of the beds a mattress on the floor? Anyone have a picture?
We're used to spending a week or so on vacation in a single hotel room (obviously a little bigger, but Disney Value resorts aren't that much more ), and we wouldn't spend that much time in the room anyway, so it doesn't seem terrible unless I'm just not thinking it all through.
We have been on this ship, as well as on her sister ship The Miracle. We had 7176 which slept 4, and that was with Me, DH, DD (18) and her friend (17). While it could get crowded at times (getting everyone showered and dressed for Elegant Night), it was certainly worth the price. I am attaching pictures...1 shows the 2 beds (counch converted and the overhead one from the ceiling), the 2nd shows where the king bed is set up.
With children of 5 and 3, it should be a breeze !
You can check out cruiselinerooms dot com for pictures of various categories of cabins. Make sure you check out all of the Spirit class ships (Spirit, Miracle, Legend and Pride)...each one will have different pictures. Having a deck plan open within another window is also helpful to bounce back and forth between the two.
Good luck with the planning...I find this to be the best part of the trip (until I get on the ship and the Vacation begins !!).
Enjoy your cruise.