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  • On Aug 2, 2011
    Lynda from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi. We are a family of 6- 2 adults, 4 kids ranging from 3 -10yrs. Which is better: a 2bedroom suite or 2 adjoining rooms? Which is the better deal? We'd want to do a 4 day Bahamas or Caribbean cruise out of Pt. Canaveral in September 2011. Thx!

    Hi, Lynda!

    The better deal for a family of six is going to be 2 adjoining rooms, but to be honest, you're really going to be subject to availability at this point in the planning process. For Disney cruises sailing next month, I recommend calling your travel agent or (800) 951-3532 to check on your options as soon as possible.

    The suites are sweet -- boasting all the wonderful amenities. However, on a shorter cruise, you're really going to spend more time exploring the ship and the ports of call than you are in your quarters. I have planned a Disney Cruise Line vacation for my family of six in less than a month's time. Yet, we ended up across the hall from each other -- rather than in adjoining rooms. So, see what they have to offer, and then once you're on board, plan your next cruise in advance when you have more say so about the location of your staterooms. Plus, you'll receive a discount!

    Let me know if you have more questions before or after you book your cruise. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation.

    Bon voyage!

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