Rooms of this type feature a full bathroom and a separate wash room. While stateroom configurations vary, certain Deluxe Ocean View rooms have space to sleep up to five cruisers. There are two twin beds (convert to a king), and a single sofa bed, desk and seat, sofa and coffee table, and a picture window.
Great room - large, airy, plenty of storage, big flat screen TV, large window with two very convenient baths. My only complaint was the sound of the ship moving through the ocean when we were doing 22 knots during the Transatlantic crossing. We had a very sick passenger so the captain had to speed up to get him to Antigua as quickly as possible. Even without this higher speed, though, the noise at night in the cabin was disturbing. I suggest booking on a higher level than deck one. Read entire member review.
Cabin 1321 is on the first deck, mid-ship. It's roomy, great closet space. It has a tub, which we never used as there is no need for the extra bathroom area. It would have been a better idea to use that space for a bigger head(bathroom) and sitting area. The decor is very nice on this ship, light and airy as opposed to the glitz in other Carnival ships. The window is large and gives a good view of the ocean and horizon. I would sit in the window seat, which is not meant to be a seat and it would have been nice if they'd made it so. Even then, I enjoyed sitting there and looking out the window. Read entire member review.
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