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We are a family of 6. Trying to find the best price on a European Cruise on the Magic. We will want to sleep 4 in one bedroom (all kids over 18) and 2 in the other. I can get rooms in category 6 to pop up when I search on 3 people in each room, but they disappear when I do 4 and 2. Does that mean that the category 6 rooms only sleep 3? FYI. looking at rooms 7132/7134 or 6148/50. I can't find any specific information.
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Just in case anyone else was wondering the same thing... I booked today and it looks like most 6As do not accommodate 4 guests (at least all of those that were left on the ship I was booking). We had to go to a 5B to fit 4 people. I wish it was clearer on the website.
Some staterooms sleep four, some only three. The Category 4 Family Staterooms sleep five. If your party is all adults, you may wish to consider staterooms across the hall from one another! I have many families that book one verandah stateroom, and the second stateroom as an Inside right across the hall.