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#61866 - 01/22/03 08:08 PM Seven Seas  
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NancyT Offline
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Has anyone stayed at the Seven Seas? If so, can three people fit comfortably in a suite? -- thnx

#61867 - 01/22/03 08:56 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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NancyT----We havn't stayed there but we visited friend there & I saw no reason 3 people wouldn't be comfy.... It had 2 double beds in each room.....If this is your first trip, you won't be in your room much anyway....Enjoy..John wink

#61868 - 01/22/03 09:00 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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OOPS---1 double in each room-------I didn't proof-read..Sorry confused John

#61869 - 01/22/03 09:12 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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It'll be my second time. Went in March last year (Stayed at Exotic Caye) and was immediately hooked. This year it was supposed to be just two of us in the room, but I might have a third who's interested in going.. was wondering if she'll be miserable on the couch, and if we'll all end up feeling cramped. But you are right, we didn't spend much time in the room at all last year!!

#61870 - 01/22/03 10:08 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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We stayed at Seven Seas in August & enjoyed it. Not upscale but very clean, staff friendly & accommodating & it fit our needs - In the suite we stayed in the only room that was air conditioned was the bedroom with 1 double or queen bed (can't remember which size it was). I don't know if all of the suites have the same bed configuration. E-Mail Seven Seas they do respond.

#61871 - 01/22/03 10:34 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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I did a lot of checking up on Seven Seas and will be there from March 5 to 15. From what I understand, each unit has one bedroom with a queen sized bed and there is a sleeper in the living room with another queen. The staff is very helpful with questions. Just ask...

Victor(Island Boy)
Bill Wilkinson

#61872 - 01/23/03 10:49 AM Re: Seven Seas  
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We stayed at 7seas last June and enjoyed it very much, while our unit would have been cramped for three it would not have been impossible. However we did see another one of the units that was much larger than ours and I would say three there wouldn't have been a problem. I can also agree with others about the wonderful and helpful staff.

#61873 - 01/23/03 12:00 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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NancyT Offline
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Thanks to everyone for their responses. One more question - about long would it take to walk from the Seven Seas to say Fidos? Can you walk on the beach the whole way? We'll be there 3/29 - 4/5. Anyone else going to be around?

#61874 - 01/23/03 12:36 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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10 minutes if you lollygag. You can walk the beach no problem all the way to Coconuts from 7 Seas and I usually walk the beach instead of the street to go to any of those places. Plus, right around the backside of 7 Seas is Papi's restaurant--make sure you stop in there, good food, cheap prices and Papi is a wonderful host!

#61875 - 01/23/03 02:58 PM Re: Seven Seas  
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The problem with walking the beach is that you can really get slowed down by the several bars that you will walk by and surely need to stop at.

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