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Interior Cabins 11 Reviews
Stateroom has 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 (4F)
Decks: Empress, Verandah
Interior (4F)


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Cabin Rating
2350
cabin 6303 - avoid this one it is above the casino band VERY NOISY, we changed to 2350. Both inside cabin which were fine for us.  Read entire member review.
7292

This room is nice and quiet. I chose this room on the Empress deck because it is the only deck that doesn't have public rooms directly above or below, just other staterooms. It also has the larger size suites on the outside of the ship, so there are less rooms and therefore less people to navigate through the hallways. Plenty of space in the room. Two separate closets along with other shelves, desk drawers and in each nightstand. My huge suitcase fit under the bed as well.

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7304
Disappointed by moejoe54

no complaints cabin was midship clean and quiet

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7447
Small but nice no issues.  Read entire member review.
8209

Our room was in a great location. Quiet area in the front of the ship. It had great closet space. Bathroom was well laid out and shower was great.

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8298
8298 was directly below the Lido Deck Pool bar, and on the nigths there were deck parties, the music was quite loud in our room - lighter sleepers should not book this room.  Read entire member review.
8364
Carnival Splendor by hcomputers
We had an inside cabin and noticed that with the bunk beds down for the kids, you could not see the TV. This was a first for us as on every prior cruise the TV was in the middle of the room and here it was in a corner being blocked by a bunk bed. no life jackets required for the drill. The safe did not require cabin key, instead it was digital and just needed a number to open and close it. It was located midship under the Lido deck. No noises from the Lido or kitchen area were heard.  Read entire member review.
8392
First Timers by HappieJay
9215
Average size. Plenty of closet space for two people. Located on front of the ship so very convenient to evening shows. On Lido deck so close to activities and buffet. Not convenient if you have the Gold Pearl for dinner as they are on opposite ends of the ship.  Read entire member review.
Lido
Had a cabin just inside from the pool/bar on the LIDO deck. It was great! More room than many cabins I have booked before. Our shower would not heat so maintenance came & fixed it. No more problems. We had a husband/wife across the hall from us that got into a fight & smacked each other around. Security ensured that the husband did not return to the cabin. Security was staged outside of the cabin all night.  Read entire member review.
None
We had an inside handicapped cabin on Deck 6 midships, on the ship map handy to most everything, but in reality long hike to the forward elevator for the theater or the aft elevator down to the entry to the Gold Pearl main dining room. We infer the plan is to guide folks through the casino and shops, but it isn't fun for someone who needs a walker or chair. The bathroom is huge including a roll-in shower. Closet and drawer space is barely adequate, and the desk is tiny.  Read entire member review.
Carnival Splendor Decks
Carnival Splendor Riviera Deck
Carnival Splendor Main Deck
Carnival Splendor Lobby Deck
Carnival Splendor Atlantic Deck
Carnival Splendor Promenade Deck
Carnival Splendor Upper Deck
Carnival Splendor Empress Deck
Carnival Splendor Verandah Deck
Carnival Splendor Lido Deck
Carnival Splendor Panorama Deck
Carnival Splendor Spa Deck
Carnival Splendor Sun Deck
Carnival Splendor Sky Deck
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