Our junior suite had plenty of storage for the three adults we shared our cabin with. The bathroom with dual sinks was a very nice touch. The location was close to the main atrium elevators, thou at times you can still hear the entertainment performing in the lower atrium lobby. But being so close to the elevators made up for that minor complaint. I wish Carnival would offer larger balconies such as Princess has for their mini-suites. Over all the cabin was very nice. Read entire member review.
Paid a lot extra to get a Junior Suite but we certainly enjoyed it. Lots of room, lots of storage space. Will probably try and get one the next time we go if we can afford it. Read entire member review.
We stayed in a Jr Suite; the room and bathroom was fine, but the tub was really small if you wanted to take a bath or use the whirlpool; you need to weigh no more then 100 or so pounds to be able to fit into the tub. Better off taking shower and even that was not bigger then if you had a smaller room with just the shower. The rest of the bathroom was great though. Read entire member review.
Suite was lovely, closet doors in dressing area derail easily, whirlpool doors will slam back and forth on rough seas, LCD TV is too high up to be viewed from the bed (poor angle makes picture dark), large balcony was great Read entire member review.
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