Hi all - this isn't really a question or anything, more of a "why did they do that" kind of thing... We are on the Dream NEXT Saturday (WOOT!!) and have connecting staterooms 9427 & 9423; I just realized that while the rooms connect, the balconies don't. I guess the balcony dividers open to the rooms on the opposite sides of either stateroom...
Does anyone know why they would do that? It seems to me if you are booking connecting staterooms you would probably want connecting balconies too.
Please note: this is NOT going to ruin our cruise, nor do I plan on demanding any kind of reimbursement for the inconvenience of such a horrible situation ( ) . I'm just thinking it would have made nap times w/the baby a little easier if I could hang on the other balcony but still be able to get into our room quickly if he needs us... No biggie, just curious if anyone knows the rationale.