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Adventure of the Seas connecting Balcony and Inside cabin


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They are both standard balcony and inside staterooms with good space and storage and a nice sized balcony.  If you google the ship and stateroom numbers you will likely find pictures of them or comparable staterooms to look at.  The nice thing is they are connecting with inside access to both which makes it convenient to have two bedrooms and two bathrooms for a family.

 

The only drawback is that they are all the way aft on the ship which means it is a fairly long walk to the main elevator and stairway banks for access to the main venues on board.  But that is not such an issue on balance with the convenience of the two rooms together.

 

We have not booked these same staterooms but have booked inside and balconies across the hall from each other, which provided similar benefits for our family.  But having them connect is a real plus IMO.

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