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Carnival Fascination Cabin Reviews - Porthole

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Porthole Cabins 21 Reviews
Interior stateroom with a porthole and twin beds that convert to a king. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
Porthole (PT)
Porthole (PT)

Cabin Rating
For the price, this cabin was a steal. The accommodations were spacious enough for two people without having it feel cramped. The three closets provided ample space. While space in the bathroom is at a minimum, bringing along hanging shoe organizers, travel organizers, will greatly help keep things organized. Port holes were a nice size, and the window was so recessed that we kept the towel animals we had collected throughout the week there. ^_^  Read entire member review.
Beds and Pillows were Very Comfortable! Closest Space was just enough! Loved the Safe Box inside our Room! Bathrooms had more room than I expected!  Read entire member review.
Fascination by 2snorkel/cruisers
We had a porthole room on this cruise. It was a very quiet room most of the time except that we were on the Empress deck and that is where the employee lounge is located so we heard doors slamming from time to time. Other than that, it was great.  Read entire member review.
Good deal, 2 port holes for the price of an inside cabin, nice size, good closet space, quiet location,  Read entire member review.
Main level-cabin 14. Two porthole windows, deep set enough that 6'2" hubby could sit in the area. Bed, was the best! Bathroom adequate, but personally I hate the toilet seat. Had plenty of closet space, and drawer space. Love the flat screen TV!  Read entire member review.
M18 was good -- spacious with two portholes and a sort of "window seat" that I probably wasn't supposed to sit in. It's pretty far forward, which means less noise in the hallways. You do get some anchor/engine noise, but I didn't mind.  Read entire member review.
M30 Loved the view and the fact that this is the very first PT cabin right next to the regular window cabins. Great view, loved the window seat area. Cabin very clean and furnished with everything we needed, including bathrobes. Also close to deck 3 where you exit for port stops and debarkation.  Read entire member review.
New to Cruise by tdbird

Large and roomy, clean and comfortable

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Riviera #8-I like the Riviera cabins because when you get back from port, you only have to walk up the stairs and there you are. I enjoy the light from the portholes-great price for a "round" ocean view. Three closets, two for hang up, one with shelves. Dresser with 4 good size drawers. One chair(wish it had two) but there is an ottoman seat with the desk area. Bathroom was a good size, shower had great water pressure, and temperature.  Read entire member review.
U 16
Our cabin was U-16, a PT (PortHole) cabin. This was our second time in this very cabin. I love the PT cabins as you get ocean view for the price of an Interior. The good things about these cabins are that there is not much hallway noise as there is not much traffic there. You have a large shelf area to "Corrale" your towel animals, and you are near the shows, shopping, and main dining rooms. The bad things are; Your Wife is close to the shopping! You are a long way from the Lido Deck, and when they drop the anchor or use the bow thrusters it is LOUD! Also on this trip this cabin smelled of cigarette smoke, where as it didn't back in Jan.  Read entire member review.
A Fascinated Mikey! by cuppettmd
Had an Interior Porthole Cabin on deck #6. Very nice cabin. Plenty of room for two people. Loved the portholes and the room in front of them. Only drawbacks to this cabin is the noise from the bow thrusters when docking.  Read entire member review.
Too Short by Paddy41

U 18: cabin has no mini fridge and no couch but has a wide window ledge where the portholes are and was very comfortable. Smell of smoke sometimes in the room but mostly in the hallway. If allegic to cigarette smoke, don't book these forward rooms. We were told there is a vent coming in from a public smoking area so nothing can be done about it.

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U27 was too noisy when the seas are ruff. You can hear the boat clang every time the boat rises and falls. Also there is an extremely bad cigarette smell. The smell actually made me sick.  Read entire member review.
We had 2 PT cabins, U27 and R18. Good value BUT you will here the thrusters when entering a port. You might also hear this noise in any cabin class depending on location. Best to get a PT further away from the stern if possible.R deck (4th) was not a problem for our kids although it involves more stairs. We enjoyed being on Upper(6th) deck and almost always used the stairs.  Read entire member review.
Fun for the family by familycruisn4
Forward cabin didn't make us sick..Porthole was cool!!  Read entire member review.
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Cabin Rating
Great time with the Fam by ohlookaniceburg
I am Hooked by tdbird
Still a fun ship by NJ Mr. E
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