Come on Mr Elliott - there are hundreds of cruise ships bobbing about our oceans - please give us a clue as to which one you refer to? And the answer is yes anyway. One sofa bed and one double bed sleeping two makes room for 3 people (or more if you are particularly friendly).
Yes, ....but a "please" would have been very acceptable or does that come under instruction as well. .... Neil
(I'm willing to bet there won't be a "thank you " either).
It would also be useful if you said which ship you are talking about, as well as a "please".
Haven't you answered your own question here. Why would a room have a sofa bed and two twin beds if didn't allow a min 3 people in the room? I sometimes enjoy sleeping on the sofa then moving on to the bed then to another bed but whilst on a cruise thats just silly. On this basis I'll have to say No or is that a Yes? Just remember you have to pay for 3 people and can't just pack someone in the suitcase.
A Please and which cruise ship would be nice too.
Do you not know how to add up, one sofa bed with twin beds/queen sized bed???? hmmmmm... think that totals 3 so I would say YES to your rude question .
Sorry if I sounded rude- I really didnt mean to be >.<
It was the Royal Caribbean 'Voyager of the Seas' and the website says the rooms only allow double occupancy but, as you have pointed out it does have a 3rd bed so it was bit confusing for me.
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