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Carnival Ecstasy Cabin Reviews - Junior Suite

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Junior Suite Cabins 3 Reviews
Two twin beds (convert to king) and single sofa bed. Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Private balcony with patio and Lounge chairs.
    
Junior Suite (JS)
Decks: Verandah
Junior Suite (JS)


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V-22
Solo on the Ecstasy by TravellinGranny
Extremely small balcony - The balcony chairs only fit either sideways or at an angle. Would not be comfortable for 2 people to sit out. Very Quiet hallways, but just below jogging area, No hairdryer in cabin  Read entire member review.
V9
Carnival Ecstasy by mrsdarcytravels
I was feeling a little skeptical about our cabin after we made the upgrade. Primarily because of all the reviews I read on CC forums. However, we were very pleased with our cabin, V9. Our views from our deck were great, no obstructions. Although our deck was above an open area below, we didn't experience hoards of people looking up at our deck as others have described. There was very little foot traffic below. Although the deck was pretty snug, no room to lay out, there was room for us to sit down and read and enjoy the sun without the crowds. Our own little private space.  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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V-10
The not so fun ship! by CruiseGator2012
Carnival Ecstasy Decks
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Carnival Ecstasy Atlantic Deck
Carnival Ecstasy Promenade Deck
Carnival Ecstasy Lido Deck
Carnival Ecstasy Verandah Deck
Carnival Ecstasy Sports Deck
Carnival Ecstasy Sun Deck
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