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Carnival Elation Cabin Reviews - Oceanview

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Oceanview Cabins 24 Reviews
Oceanview stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.
    
Oceanview (6C)
Decks: Main, Upper
Oceanview (6C)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
E-147
Nice sized ocean view cabin for the price. The bathroom was slightly larger than most ships I've been on. All in all a nice cabin.  Read entire member review.
E240
Not so great on Service. by buellblaster
Our cabin was on the very back of the ship. I chose this location so which side we ported on, you could see land. It was very quiet with regard to hallway noise, however, in port they were cleaning or something on the outside of the ship and it was a very loud banging noise. (we needed to get up anyway)There was a pole right in front of our doorway on the hinge side which made it a little tricky to get luggage in and out. However, it was very handy if boat was rocking or you had too much to drink so you could prop yourself up to open the door!! We had plenty of space for two women and one of them a clothes fanatic. My friend made the statement she was very surprised how big the room and the bathroom were. The window is not flat against the ship as on the side and it is set back some in the molding like a deep window frame.  Read entire member review.
M153
Close to center elevators but had to use aft elevators or foward elevators for most common decks such as dining room, lounges etc.  Lots of lights in the room.  Nice bathroom. Decent storage.  Read entire member review.
M165

Quiet room. Felt no movement. close enough to two stairwells that it was easy to pick one or the other depending on where we were going

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M177
WINDOWS LOOK LIKE THEY WERE NEVER CLEANED.. KING BED WAS ACTUALLY 2 TWINS PUSHED TOGETHER WOTH A BIG SPACE IN BETWEEN.. WATER WAS SO HOT YOU GOT BURNED..OVERALL WAS A VERY OLD TIRED LOOKING ROOM.... CABIN M177  Read entire member review.
M186
Wonderful last minute family getaway by Frozen Tundra Belgian
Category 6C Main deck cabin M186 This was a great cabin, it had plenty of storage space, the beds were comfortable, the the location was very quite.  Read entire member review.
M39

M39 is Main deck ocean view. It was the smallest ocean view we have slept in but the ship is probably the smallest ship we have been on. No sofa, just a stool and in King configuration, someone has to crawl over the bed to get to their side. Average size bathroom with decent storage.

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None
Great staff ...state room good ..too bad we could not walk around bed to window.  Read entire member review.
None
M153 - very close to elevator. Elevator does not go to back dining room. Good location, very quiet despite the elevator.  Read entire member review.
U118
Less motion than most and fairly quiet. This 6C oceanview cabin is recommended.  Read entire member review.
U230
U230 - Our cabin was an ocean view which was sparsely furnished. The shower was a nice size though. The cabin was located at the stern and was larger than other ocean views in the same category allowing us to be able to have our bed set up as a queen and still be able to walk past the ugly corner box holding the life jackets. The last morning, the cabin was noisy (engines?) as we approached NOLA, but that was the only time I noticed it. The window needed a good cleaning, too. If I were booking an ocean view cabin, I would book this cabin again.  Read entire member review.
U241
U241 on Elation: Room on the very back of the ship. The window was large but filthy. Bugs all over the outside. Very LOUD engine noise and vibration. The air conditioning was inadequate and don't believe it ever really got fixed. The room air temp as checked was 75 degrees (with the air on high). On our last day---didn't need an alarm clock---the entire ship shuddered for 15 minutes at about 630AM and was loud. I won't book the back of the ship again--just thought the view would be different and maybe a nice change. The beds were okay, not usual Carnival quality. Room layout was typical. Room steward was invisible and not in a good way. Our room was never really "clean". Our bathroom smelled every day, even after cleaning.  Read entire member review.
U42
Cabin U42 : too noisy, lots of ship noise at night. When beds arranged as queen the window side was blocked by furniture, had to climb over bed to reach that side. Cabin needed some renovation (lavatory was rusty). AC difficult to control, ceiling mount knob very hard to turn.  Read entire member review.
U49

The ship doesn't have any standard balcony cabins, so we were in a ocean view. If you wanted a balcony, you had to get a suite. We could not get the temperature regulated in the room. We'd wake up at night sweating, then a couple hours later, freezing. The television was old (not flat screen) and didn't work well. Could not see the picture with the reflection of the lights in the room. Also didn't have the channel to view your billing - you had to go stand in line for a kiosk which were strewn about the ship.

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U61
Get-Away to Cabo by larsenbiz
Close to elevators, but kind of noisy because of location. Really comfy bedding. Good water pressure in shower. Good storage. UGLY decorating!  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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Cabin Rating
M200
None
None
None
U154
Nine and Counting by noproblemallis
U178
U181
First Cruise by FrogCWR
U197
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