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Catch a glimpse of what's going by from your Ocean View Stateroom's picture window. These staterooms feature twin beds that convert to a king, a single sofa bed. They also have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.

Ocean View (6A)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 2
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Great Job, Carnival Breeze! SouthTexasOceanLover
The cabin was comfortable with plenty of storage, despite being slightly warm all week long. There was only one outlet in the room, but we brought a power strip and extension cord along, so no problem there.
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Cabins are roomy with plenty of storage. We had 3 in the room so, I brought an extra plug in charger so we could plug in all at once. No complaints, except no coffee maker!
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Cabin had great amount of space. Huge bonus was it had 2 showers which was a huge help with getting ready since us ladies take longer :)
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Cabin 2247
Rough ride Grumpy4
cabin was great, We had two bathrooms. One with a shower and one with a bathtub. The room staff was also great.
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Cabin 1354
Great First Cruise Cruise Geek 2016
Our cabin was great. We had three adults and one child and no complaints. We loved our big picture window and you can't beat the two bathrooms! I wasn't sure if I was going to like being on the first floor but it was actually pretty great because we always got on the elevators.
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Cabin 2470
WORST cabin ever. DO NOT EVER BOOK THIS ROOM. On the map it looks bigger than the other cabins. The deck plan map is incorrect! My brother in law was 2 doors down in 2464, which also look big on the map. His was accurate. He had a full closet, couch, walking room and a window seat. My cabin had a half sized closet (only one bar to hang both of our clothes), no couch, and a huge pole in your face as soon as you walk into the room. On the map it appears to be on the back of the ship, far aft. It is actually a corner cabin. There are two of them, both identical even though it doesn't appear that way. Also, it is right over the engine room so the cabin shakes 24/7 My head felt like it was sleeping on a lawnmower with constant vibration. The towel animals were always shaking, even while we weren't moving. When you pull into port, holy moly! It is loud and violent. Just spend more money and book a different room! Or less money and take an inside cabin on a higher deck!
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Cabin 2464
Just OK Cruise mjflatfoot

We loved this room. It had an odd shape and was larger than other ocean view rooms. We were concerned about noise but it wasn't really an issue. The dining room above was perfectly quiet. There was minimal noise from the open service deck below. Pedestrian traffic in the hallway was minimal due to the location of the room. The one exception was during docking. When the side thrusters were operating the whole room shook and it was quite noisy. It sounded like being on a jet as it hit the reverse thrusters during the landing. Thank God it only lasted a few minutes and only when pulling up to or away from a dock. The one good thing was laying in bed during docking. The bed vibrated without having to put a quarter in.


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Cabin 2457

Standard Oceanview, however we loved having the extra bath tub and sink on this boat. Makes getting ready that much quicker.


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Cabin 2470
Back of ship outside corner rooms are a great value. Larger than normal with corner view. A little noisy when docking, but for me they are hard to beat for the cost!
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