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Does anybody know how to identify what side of the ship the doors are on for any given interior cabin for a Quantum class ship (the Quantum in particular, though I am sure they are all the same)? We are looking to book multiple cabins and would want to have 1 interior with 2 or more balconies close to each other. It won't help much to have the door of the interior cabin be on the opposite side of the ship. (To those more unfamiliar than I am, there are often only 1 row of interior cabins going down the sent of the ship.)

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I've looked at all the deck plans. None that I have found show what side of the ship the doors are on for the single row cabins are. For example 11205 through 11223. If we book 11213, we want to know if we should get 11210 or 11610 so that the doors are across the hall from each other. 

Thank you

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8 minutes ago, dazekiel said:

I've looked at all the deck plans. None that I have found show what side of the ship the doors are on for the single row cabins are. For example 11205 through 11223. If we book 11213, we want to know if we should get 11210 or 11610 so that the doors are across the hall from each other. 

Thank you

I hadn't ever thought of this until you asked the question!  After a little digging, I found a deck plan of Quantum that shows the interior door location (indicated by the diagonal line) at https://www.seascanner.com/deckplan-quantum-of-the-seas.  In the example you gave, You'd want 11213 to pair with 11210.

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If you book room 11213, then you would want to book room 11210 as this will be across the hall from your room.  If you look at the deck plan that Matt has provided, there is a black "tick mark" on all inside cabins where the door is not necessarily obvious.  (Please look at the legend to the right of the layout where it will tell you what the symbol I am talking about is and means)  All other rooms do not have these tick marks because where the door is located would be obvious to the layout of the ship.  I would definitely consult your travel agent, or just give Royal a call to ease your concerns.  Hope this helps...

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3 minutes ago, USCG Teacher said:

I hadn't ever thought of this until you asked the question!  After a little digging, I found a deck plan of Quantum that shows the interior door location (indicated by the diagonal line) at https://www.seascanner.com/deckplan-quantum-of-the-seas.  In the example you gave, You'd want 11213 to pair with 11210.

Well said.  I like your diagonal line compared to my "tick mark".  

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Thanks all for the replies. USCG Teacher and RoyalMoyal, thank you for the resources. SpaceNoodles you are absolutely right, they are clearly on the deckplan on the web page. Except I was looking at the deckplan you get when picking a cabin for booking, which does not include the tick marks. Then I used a couple other resources I have used for years and they didn't have the checkmarks either. I just double checked and sure enough, the ticks are on the deck plan when you go through the RCL main page, but if you go to book a cruise the tick marks are not there. Odd that they don't use the same deck plans. But if had searched better I would have found it. *facepalm*

Thank you again.

 

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