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Advice about best way of removing 4th passenger and not losing my cabin

Royal Caribbean International - boards.cruisecritic.com
Hi all,

My eldest daughter has got an internship for the summer and may not be able to come on our forthcoming cruise. I am currently booked in one of the aft wrap around Junior Suites with the huge balcony on Rhapsody in August and so I really don't want to lose that location.

I have a couple of questions:

1) If I ring and remove her from the booking (before the 56 days up to which I can cancel) do I get a refund of the total cost I paid for the 4th guest on the invoice? I am from the UK so the t&cs are slightly different I think.

2) If I do that, will they make me change cabins to a room that is designed for 3 not 4?

I remember vaguely reading a similar thread not so long ago but not taking much notice as it didn't apply to me at the time and now I can't find the exact thread!

Any advice given would be gratefully received.

Thanks
Date: Apr 21, 2017   


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