Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Hollingsworth (07 Feb 09 15:10)

It could be that they are collecting all the trouble-makers together in one area or more likely that they are making it easier for themselves to use the staff that they have more conveniently. There are times when they put unsold cabins on at a very low price and they don't want you to have paid more for your cabin than the people coming on and for you to hear about it. There are lots of reasons and you never know you might be lucky again this time. .......Neil (Just in case the first bit was a joke).

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EVANS - replied to Neil & Ida Down (07 Feb 09 16:12)

Not really sure how to e mail so here goes... can anyone tell me what a inside cabin on deck four on the brilliance, would there be a lot of through traffic. hope u can help! thanks. ske.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to EVANS (07 Feb 09 21:30)

Well SKE don't worry ...we all had to learn and you've done well so far. Now try this. 1. If you type into your search engine Brilliance Of The Seas - Royal Caribbean International and look for an entry www.royalcaribbean.com. Have a look there and you will find a section marked “Deck Plans” click on that and you will be able to click on “inside stateroom” and then you will be shown a typical stateroom on Brilliance. She really is a lovely ship and probably the best designed ship currently with RCI. You will not hear any footfall or traffic past your cabin most if not all of the time. You can’t go far wrong but try to get as high up the ship in that class as you can because you will be closer to most activities and areas. ……Neil.

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ske - replied to Neil & Ida Down (18 Feb 09 19:09)

Thank you for your response much appreciated.

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Brooks - replied to EVANS (23 Feb 09 21:26)

We had an outside on Deck 4, quite close to the Centrum and the music. We did not hear either music or other passengers in corridor. Soundproofing must be good. However, on another holiday, we did have an inside on Deck 10, at the front of the ship and only passing people were those going to their rooms and we were able to hear some noise. Hope this helps.

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Oliver - Answered a Question by Hollingsworth (07 Feb 09 17:47)

All lines sometimes upgade insiders who book early to outside, so they can resell the cheaper cabins: It sound good in adverts "Cruise from £999 or whatever! Enjoy your upgrades, but NEVER expect one- sometimes it don't happen. (Interstingly the cheapest and the most expensive cabisn always sell out first).

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