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Carnival Legend Cabin Reviews - Balcony

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Balcony Cabins 41 Reviews
Oceanview stateroom with private balcony and twin beds that convert to king. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
    
Balcony (8C)
Decks: Upper, Empress
Balcony (8C)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
5123
Extended balcony room very nice, near Camp Carnival never heard the kids.  Read entire member review.
5194
Carnival Legend Cabin Number 5194 Wonderful cabin but the door to the balcony never sealed completely so you always heard the wind a little bit. Otherwise it was great. Proximity to elevators was just right. Very short walk with no added noise. Plan to book it next May so hands off!  Read entire member review.
5201
Cabin 5201 was perfect for this first-time cruiser! Located on the starboard side, the best views were available. Being mid-ship and lower deck, I never got sea-sick (with the help of Meclazine).  Read entire member review.
5207
The cabin was more than adequate for a mom and her teenage daughter. The stewards kept it pristine.  Read entire member review.
5208
Great location--centrally located, quiet. Bathroom sink stopper wouldn't drain properly.  Read entire member review.
5214
Great unobstructed view! Quiet, Clean, near the elevator. Couldn't hear anything once you were in your cabin. LOVED IT!  Read entire member review.
5427
We had a great room. There was nothing across the hall from us. It was open space basically. Pretty quiet. The balcony did not have any blocked view. The showers were bigger than any of the Carnival showers we have been on. Maybe because it was an older ship, I do not know.  Read entire member review.
6132
We had connecting cabins located on the Empress Deck (forward port side). Never had any noise problems, and our Steward was THE BEST! The only con was it was a long walk to the aft Lido Bar & buffet...but that can be good if you need to walk it off!  Read entire member review.
6138
Very quiet deck, beautiful views, decent size and closet space for two people.  Read entire member review.
6149
Near the elevator on the forward of the ship. Elevator brings you near follies lounge on lower deck. Not far from the laundry room where I used the iron on dress shirts for elegant night. Nice balcony with great view all the time.  Read entire member review.
6223
BEWARE by fairwren
Cabin balcony was small, light from adjacent cabins kept my cabin lit all night, the toilets flush very loud, and heard them all night, and then theres the water brown water.  Read entire member review.
6232
for the size od room the storage area is ample check under sofa bed there is a more storage bathroom has room to bathe, etc. but have to "do" hair in bedroom Bring a power strip there is only 1 outlet in bedroom casino is WAY too smokey YUCK!!! would have spent more time and money if not for the smoke  Read entire member review.
6238

The cabin itself was better than expected and quite comfortable, but in hindsight we would select midship rather than aft or forward. Housekeeping was abysmal and while the bed was made/turned down daily, no effort whatsoever was made to actually clean.

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6247
We really enjoyed the cabins - even though we did not spend that much time in them.  Read entire member review.
7107
Legendary Trip by travelnut58
We had a balcony cabin and would not consider going on a cruise without one. Our daughters had a joining room that did not have a balcony. They used ours and it was never an issue. I can't imaging more than 2 people to room...no matter how close your family! :-0  Read entire member review.
7238
quiet location, great view. 1 plug in  Read entire member review.
8198?
Best Cruise yet by Gary_fl
Loved the cabin, you could hear the heavy carts on the Lido deck at 2am when they were cleaning but only if you were paying close attention. Liked the proximity to the ice cream machines.  Read entire member review.
None
An 8C balcony cabin has a small balcony which is just enough for two chairs and a table. The bed seemed queen size with end tables the size of shoe boxes and small lamps. Next to the bed, there was a small sofa across from a TV cabinet area. Bathroom was small and did not fit two people at a time unless one was in the shower. Had to leave the door open to unfog the mirror as there was no fan. The water in the shower would ocassionally give you a shot of hot or cold water for no reason then return to the set temp. There was good closet space, but very few hangers so the rest of your clothing has to sit on a shelf or go in a drawer. The TV operates on a satelite service which was often offline so you could only get the cruise channels. There is a small fridge under the TV but it is filled up with mini bar items so there is no room for any beverages you may have brought. The space is sufficient for two people who are willing to be in close quarters together.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
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Comments
Cabin Rating
4232
4241
Our First of Many by Ithocles
5117
5122
5125
5198
5270
6135
6150
6153
6198
6236
6259
Legend ??? by drr1956
6309
7144
2nd Carnival Cruise by Becca2010
8163
The Surprising Legend! by Waitingforretirement
8517
??
None
None
Oct 2010 by ks_farmer_girl
None
None
None
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