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Interior Upper/Lower Cabins 15 Reviews
Stateroom with upper and lower beds. 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.
    
Interior Upper/Lower (1A)
Interior Upper/Lower (1A)


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Comments
Cabin Rating
1208
Cabin 1208 on the Carnival Glory is a single cabin near the bow. I did not encounter noise from the ship or passengers. In addition, I did not find being so far forward annoying. It's a bit far from the elevators though.  Read entire member review.
1220
The bed in my stateroom was not the best. There was a board in the center of the bed running lenght ways and as you moved over the bed you felt the board. The other couples I was with on the trip also mentioned the bed problem. Was great to have a safe (no expense) to put valuables in. Room kept extremely clean. The was one broke lamp shade that was not replaced. Water in the shower was nice and hot. Good TV. Only ONE electrical receptacle for plugging in shaver, lap top etc. NOT GOOD.  Read entire member review.
1349
This room was an ok location. Close to the stairs, close to the Dining room, I could hear the ding of the Elevators all night. Three big closets. Two with hangers one with shelves. Nice TV but you can't see it from the Left hand bed if the Bunk is down. Needs to be lower. Bunk bed ladder comes down into the desk and mirror - inconvienient location.  Read entire member review.
1447
Noisy room when docking maneuvers. No clock in the room is a problem. You really have no sense of time without your own alarm. the bed in 1447 needs swapped out, and I can't figure out why there was foot prints on the ceiling first day? In relation to your dining room, and the comedy club, and lido access, the rear rooms are awesome. just a few steps to the elevator/stairs and a few decks up.  Read entire member review.
2216
Cabin 2216 Carnival Glory. Spacious room, 1 bed and sofa, no upper bunk. Equipped with two portholes. Considered a 1A category room, priced lass than an inside cabin. Perfect for solo passenger. But it is a long walk to the dining room.  Read entire member review.
6224
Cabin 6224 is an interior upper/lower. Unless you are putting your children in this room, stay away. The room is extremely small, especially once the upper bed is brought down. It is also right above the Amber auditorium and you can hear everything going on. So no early nights to sleep.  Read entire member review.
6265
when the room was set up for 4 it was very tiny...im glad ouor kids were small. if you have older kids (15+) get a separate room or suite.  Read entire member review.
None

We have no complain about the Cabin. Everything is standard to the cruise line industry in the room that we stayed. Cabin staff was nice... towel animals standard. small cabins of course (expected). everything work as intended. We only sleep in the cabin and spend all of our day outside of the cabin.

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These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
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1381
2211
2342
Quite a nice surprise by belleretraite
6393
None
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Great Time on Glory by luder2cruise
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