This type of accommodation gives you a view beyond your stateroom, out to the observation deck outside. Staterooms feature two twin beds (convert to a king), one upper pullman, and a single sofa bed, sofa and coffee table, desk and seat, and a full bathroom with shower.
This is a HC cabin. It had a 36" entry door and bathroom door, and the bathroom was twice as big as standard Carnival. Shower was also twice as long, so the usual claustrophobia was solved. This one was in the corner of the front of the ship, so it was more spacious than the usual room.
Storage was more limited. Only a double floor-to-ceiling hanging closet, 1/2 of one had drawers in it, instead of the standard 3 closets and separate drawers, so if you need storage space for clothes, remember that. The window had a "sky" view, as there was a wall outside for the railing, so no ocean view, but at least sunlight.
I would certainly take it again, but since it is a handicapped room, I assume it would be hard to get on a constant basis.
Nice spacious accessible cabin. The location was nice for walking out onto the front of the ship. The bathroom was big and there was no step up, which was nice. The beds were adequate, but a little firm. It appears some space was given up in terms of storage for the accessible cabin size. It was difficult finding place for our belongings. Read entire member review.
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