The room itself was pretty good, very basic. No extra things provided. Not even a pen with memo pad. The shower was small. Enough storage and hangers. Hard-type suitcases do not fit under the bed but fit in the closet. The bunk beds are not for small children under 6 (they may fall). Far from the elevators, but too close to Orchestra pit. It is sometimes noisy when orchestra practice.
It was okay, no big complaints, but if you have a choice, choose a room a bit closer to the elevators (not too close) and some distance from orchestra or band practice.
The best thing is your room is cleaned twice a day (which Carnival also promised but didn't). Read entire member review >>
We had a cabin with a window and I have to say we didn't experience any problems except for the flush not working on occasions! but it was ideal for 2 people and there was a lot of storage space. Read entire member review >>
If you can snag this cabin, consider yourself lucky. You get extra space for an outside cabin price. I moved the table into the space beside the sofa (easily) and it felt huge. Read entire member review >>
Very disappointing . . . & to think that i actually upgraded for this . . . UURRGGGHHHHH
This stateroom was much smaller than a recent inside cabin we had on carnival.
The bathroom was barely big enough to do you "thing" in.
The shower was ridiculously small . . . I couldn't even lean over to wash my hair - not to mention that every time anyone took a shower, the floor was flooded.
Beds were horrible . . . They had some sort of something on the beds (under the sheets) that continuously shifted off the side of the beds.
One of the main reasons for upgrading . . . Was for the window . . .
The darn window was so dirty . . . All of the spots & smudges showed up on every foto.
Cabin steward was pretty much non-existent - we saw her 3 times. Read entire member review >>
Our room was EXCELLENT! King bed with a HUGE window. Lots of storage. Bathroom was larger than what we had expected and a great layout!! Fabulous room!!Nantha was our room attendant and he was SUPERB. Nice guy!! Loved our room and would have no problem booking this same room/area next time if there is a next time on a cruise!! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was smaller than other rooms in same class (class “H”) by approx. 20 sq ft. Not sure why our cabin was so much smaller, and there was no notice about it. I only found it out because our travel partners were in adjacent room. The bathroom smelt mildew; not terrible, but noticeable. The shower was tight. I'm 5'11", 170lb male, and if the shower was any smaller, it would have been too small for me. It makes me feel claustrophobic just thinking about it. The shower curtain didn't reach ground, so a lot of water sprays all over the bathroom floor. Also, the rim at the bottom of the shower was very low, which made it even easier for water to spray on the floor. Make sure you put down a floor towel. The showerhead was a misty spray, as opposed to a stream, which was a little annoying. There was good closet and drawer space. We couldn’t find channel guide, and there was no iron. The cabin steward was good. And BTW, the tipping etiquette is $3 per day per person. I wish I found that out before I went on the cruise, because I under-tipped the steward. Oops… Sorry Mark… Read entire member review >>
3552-A little forward of midship. Very quiet, not a lot of motion, good size window. Equal distance from forward and midship elevator banks, so a bit of a walk either way, in case that is a consideration for other cruisers. Read entire member review >>
Cabin had plenty of room and storage for clothes,
We had outside state room with window.
Bathroom was compact but big enough with shower, basin and wc.
very quiet at all times
Mini bar and safe Read entire member review >>
Our first cabin, 3006 was located under the theater and near the orchestra pit which descended onto deck 3. Other passengers had complaints and used a variety of coping styles to deal. Some tried earplugs, some would purposely plan to be out of the cabin whenever the shows were on. The cabin had plenty of storage and an optional curtain that would separate the bed from the seating/TV area.
Cabin 3082 was centrally located on deck 3 which made it quieter. It had a broken television and the remote was missing when we moved in. In this cabin the curtain which separated the bed from seating area was decorative only. The refrigerator made strange noises.Short shower curtains make for a flooded bathroom after every shower. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3072: Compact, but lots of storage. Very quiet. No problems at all with cabin. Great deck for leaving/returning from ports and only 1-2 decks from dining room. Always easy to get an elevator up! Read entire member review >>
Very quiet location, nice big window. Did not feel any ship movement. Everything worked well, t.v., shower, toilet, etc. Nice view in some of the ports. We were very happy with this cabin. Read entire member review >>
Perfect. Clean, comfortable, perfect for two. The cleaning staff could learn to stop yelling in the hallway. It went on every morning from 7:30 to 9:00. She was greeting everyone as they left their rooms, but it turned out to be obnoxious!! Read entire member review >>
Cabin #3084 was nice & close to the elevators, and not noisy from hallway noise. However, we experienced some maintenance noise (?) like someone banging a hammer at 6:00am a couple of times. Read entire member review >>
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