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mcmanus - Answered a Question by Drury (30 Mar 08 17:48)

We have travelled many times with OV, we always get a 4 berth room with the pull down beds, but last year we were put into the wrong room with a foldaway bed, this is a nightmare when this bed is pulled out to sleep on there is no room to get to the dressing table and you have to move the side table to fold it out. we were moved out of this room and into the 4 berth we had booked. I have also read other reviews saying that these foldaway beds are uncomfortable for adults, maybe OK for children.

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Harding - Answered a Question by Drury (29 Feb 08 16:14)

We have been on ocean village 2 and the only fold away beds we are aware of is the pull down ones that you can put away during the day. If it is these you are refering to they are very comfortable.

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