switched to CN... question about room blocks
We switched from CB to CN and will heading there in about 6 weeks! We have been to CSA, CTI and CSS, but it will be our first time to CN. So this will complete the set. I will look at the Couples site more, and through the posts here when I can, as I like to have lots of information before we go. Usually we book much further ahead and I have lots of time for research. Plus we have our dive trip to Bonaire in two weeks (yes, totally spoiled!!). Iím still absorbing that we heading to Jamaica instead of Barbados. I think weíll do the trading places with CSA. We havenít been back there since our wedding in 2008. Funny, but somehow now I am more excited about the trip and heading back to Negril. Maybe thatís part of it too. Plus we absolutely love the Negril beaches.
Off the top of my head for questions... I notice that people talk about room block numbers, yet the numbers are not on the map on the Couples site. Does anyone have a map of the buildings, or can you explain how they go? (i.e. left to right, right to left, etc.). We are just staying in a garden room, as that was the same category and all they had anyway. I know you canít request a specific room ahead of time, but perhaps when we get there? All I care about is preferably not too much road/other noise for sleeping. Any suggestions which block?
Any other CN tips are welcome. Thanks :)
2nd floor versus 3rd floor?
My husband and I also stayed in Building 2 on the second floor when we were at CN in 2012. We really enjoyed our room and had a lovely view of the spa and the pond. Another great perk of being in Building 2 is the proximity to the gym. We went to the gym every day so being so close was nice. The only negative aspect of our room was hearing the workers who were doing some work on the rooms above us. It was quite loud at times and they started work pretty early in the morning.
Originally Posted by DayBob
We have another trip to CN planned for 2014, and I was planning on asking for Building 2 again but asking for the third floor as opposed to the second floor. I see a number of posters on this thread have recommended the second floor in Building 2 but nobody has said anything about the third floor. Is there some reason that the second floor is better than the third?
I look forward to reading opinions on the benefits of the 2nd/3rd floor in Building 2.