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BLISS Haven sleeping arrangements for 3rd & 4th person

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I've tried to find the info online but am not having much success. In the Haven on BLISS, can someone tell me how the sleeping arrangements work for the 3 & 4 passengers? In the Haven where it just has the couch in the living room (not the 2 bedroom family suite) where do both people sleep? Does the couch pull out like a normal sleeper sofa at home, so sleeping side by side? Or is it trundle bed style where 1 sleeps on the couch and the other has a pull out lower level bed? None of them are pullmans, right?

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Master bedroom - King bed = 2 people

2nd Bedroom - Full bed = 1 person or 2 small children

2nd Bedroom - Bunk above bed = 1 person

Sofa in living room = 1 person (its not a pull out bed)

 

6 people total max (5 really for comfort)

 

Edited by david_sobe

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I was actually looking for the room with only a couch (and possible pullman?)  for passengers 3&4 in the living room. Not the havens with the second bedroom.

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 I found a you tube video of the room and there is chair that would convert to a sleeper and it looks like there is a pullman from the ceiling as well.Hope this helps.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, tumblew467 said:

 I found a you tube video of the room and there is chair that would convert to a sleeper and it looks like there is a pullman from the ceiling as well.Hope this helps

 

That stateroom type only sleeps 3. No pullman.

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9 minutes ago, Two Wheels Only said:

What suite category did you book?

Booked a mini suite with a couch for 1 kid and pullman for the other, their preferred sleeping arrangement. We have the opportunity to bid on a haven. However, I wanted to know how the beds work before bidding on anything. I was curious if there are any havens with a similar set up. Another room I saw, not sure if it was NCL or RCCL or Disney, they had the couch that had a normal sitting surface for 1 bed, then a pull out lower trundle for the second bed. That would work well for us as well.

 

I just can't seem to find any pics of haven suites with beds made up for 4 passengers.

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1 hour ago, Two Wheels Only said:

 

That stateroom type only sleeps 3. No pullman.

If you look over where the chair is there looks like a pullman in the ceiling.

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12 minutes ago, tumblew467 said:

If you look over where the chair is there looks like a pullman in the ceiling.

 

The Haven Courtyard only sleep 3.  Its the Aft and Forward facing balconies that sleep 4.  In those its a double sofa bed for 3rd and 4th guests.  

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9 minutes ago, Liljo22 said:

 

The Haven Courtyard only sleep 3.  Its the Aft and Forward facing balconies that sleep 4.  In those its a double sofa bed for 3rd and 4th guests.  

Meaning sleeping side by side, correct?

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15 minutes ago, Liljo22 said:

 

The Haven Courtyard only sleep 3.  Its the Aft and Forward facing balconies that sleep 4.  In those its a double sofa bed for 3rd and 4th guests.  

Does the King bed separate to 2 twins?

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1 minute ago, disneylover89 said:

Does the King bed separate to 2 twins?

No. Not in Haven cabins.

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5 minutes ago, HeatherLynne said:

Meaning sleeping side by side, correct?

Correct. Similar to this.

 

Image result for ncl sofa bed

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if you are 4 persons, it wont let you bid on a room taht cannot accomodate you.

best bed IMO would be to bid on the 2 bedroom suite.

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1 hour ago, HeatherLynne said:

Meaning sleeping side by side, correct?

 

If an aft-facing or forward-facing suite, the bedroom is separate from the living room (except for the HC stateroom). Nearly all of the forward-facing suites sleep 3 so you would likely be looking at an aft-facing suite. In that case, the sofa-bed opens as either a single or a double (no pullman).

Edited by Two Wheels Only

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