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  • On Mar 25, 2015
    Lisa from SD Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    For our cruise to Alaska this summer, our youngest son is staying in an inside stateroom across the hall from my husband and I in a veranda stateroom. If my son has second thoughts once on the cruise, can he sleep in our stateroom instead of his?

    Ahoy, Lisa!

    Thank you for coming to the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question about your Alaskan cruise this summer!

    We have two daughters, a teen and a tween. We usually book two staterooms, mostly so that we have an extra bathroom when three ladies are trying to get ready! Since we just have the two adults, we book my husband in one room with one daughter and myself in a second room with our other daughter. But, once we are onboard, Disney Cruise Line doesn't really care who sleeps where in our rooms. We try to inform the stateroom host which beds to make up, so that they aren't doing extra work.

    So, yes, your son could absolutely switch to your stateroom if he isn't loving the thought of sleeping across the hall from you.

    I hope you have an amazing cruise on the Disney Wonder to Alaska! Please let me know if you have further cruise planning questions before your voyage!

    Happy Cruising, Tracy V.
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Meet the Panelist: Tracy, Illinois

GAWRSH! Hiya pals! I am a Goofy-loving mom of 2, who is married to my real-life Prince Charming. My family supports my passion for all things Disney. Walt Disney World was my very first vacation, when I was just 3 months old, and I recently completed my 73rd trip to a Disney location! I have been fortune enough to parasail high above the Disney Fantasy, attend opening day of Batuu, snorkel in the lagoon at Disney's Aulani, and SO MUCH MORE! I can't wait to help you plan your Disney vacation! 

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