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Oceanview Cabins 22 Reviews
Oceanview stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.
    
Oceanview (6D)
Decks: Upper, Empress
Oceanview (6D)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
E-167
FAN-TASTIC by Starkvegan
E31
6D - or E31 - decent size cabin but not for 4 people. Great view. Hallway had a sewage smell. Easy access at embarkation and debarkation. Close enough to main lobby and bar but far enough away you don't get the noise from it.  Read entire member review.
E43
Door is very thin with cabin E39. Watch out if you have noisy neighbors which we did. Otherwise, the cabin is great and has a very nice view. High in the ship and very convenient to the lobby and dining areas.  Read entire member review.
E61
The ocean view cabin E61 was ample sized and we really liked the fact that it was minus the large corner floor cabinet that hindered our cabin E65 aboard her sister ship the Elation we cruised on last year. We also liked the fact that the room had a full three doors of closet space vs. the open on at the doorway we had on the Elation. Only problem the toilet lid rested against the flush button and would unexpentantly go off while being used, Not an enjoyable experience to say the least. Also liked having more shallower drawers then was on the Elation. Window curtains where dark enough but not long enough to block out the light. Would have liked more than just the soap shelf in the shower. Slope in handicaped shower in cabin E57 was not steep enough and water kept wanting to run out into the cabin, had to keep a rolled towel at the door. Was fairly load due to the location just across from the stewards closet but the stewards tried to be a quite as possible, it was more often the loud unthoughtfull passengers talking with the stewards that would wake us up.  Read entire member review.
M180
Could be much better by Bear at panama city
Everything was fine in cabin. Worst tv. Worst programing. Worst tv information. A good AM radio would have been better remember Bermuda is 800 miles due east of Charleston  Read entire member review.
None
Two twin beds against the wall made an otherwise tiny cabin feel quite spacious;  Read entire member review.
None
Our 6D cabin on Upper deck was fantastic. I was a little worried because we had a bridal party across the hall, but after the first day, I heard nothing around us. Even on the oldest ship in the fleet, the cabin had plenty of room.  Read entire member review.
None
Living the vida loca!!! by munibags2002
Lots of closet space, plenty of places for luggage, great view, great a/c, wonderful beds.  Read entire member review.
U118
Easy access to elevators for going to dinner, quiet, bigger room than expected. Comfy bed, clean and ample-sized bathroom.  Read entire member review.
U159
Our room had a big window, plenty of closet space, nice sized bathroom. Very quiet location right near an elevator but you would never know it.  Read entire member review.
U164
Standard Carnival ocean view - no problems  Read entire member review.
U61
Bahama Cruise by BLINDGUY9
Room was adequate. No hooks on walls to hang things. Did not notice too much ship movement when in the cabin. Beds are lower which eliminates putting suitcase underneath. All 'n all the room is a good value.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
E191
E195
E222
E43
E61
None
None
None
OK for the Money by doitallwmb
None
U128
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