So my 60 something parents announced at Thanksgiving that they want to bring us all on a Cruise tour next summer. Our group would include, My parents, My brother, his wife and their 2 sons (16 and 13), my Sister her husband and their Son (10) and me and my husband and our 2 sons (6 and 4). As you can imagine we are all very excited and my Dad has started chatting with the travel agents about our options. So my stupid question...obviously not Alasks specific. If you book a normal room (not a suite) that says 2 twin beds that can be pushed together as a queen...Where do the other 2 people sleep since they allow 4 to a room? In my case of having 2 little kids I wouldn't want them in a seperate room for security reasons and in my Brother's case...his boys are taller than him. I am having a hard time picturing how 4 to a room works. PLEASE enlighten me. Once I get past that detail i'm sure I'll move onto all the glorious details of the region...Has anyone gone on a Holland America with little kids. My parents went HA themselves and loved it but if it isn't kid friendly than I'd like to gently stear them towards Royal. THANK YOU!