Terrable room temps! They came in and took temps on our room and stated the air was coming out of the vent at 76.9 but our room was 79 degrees. They did nothing but gave us a fan!?!? Read entire member review >>
Great room - a lot more spacious than I had anticipated!! It was a little crowded but that was because we kept the uppers down then entire trip so our 17 year olds could "nap" during the day! Read entire member review >>
It was an interior cabin but the air conditioning was great. When you wake up in the interior room, you don't know if it's daytime or dark out still. That's what's great about it. Read entire member review >>
Always appreciate the size of cabins on Carnival. We take inside cabins because we save lots of money and only go to the cabin to change clothes and sleep, so no window needed for that. Our big "cruise suitcases" fit easily under the bed, and there was actually more drawer and closet space than needed.
This year, we decided to pack half as much and took a roll of quarters and did laundry half way through. Worked great!
We noticed far less noise and rocking on deck 8 this year (vs. deck 1 last year). Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1203, which is as close as you can get to crew quarters without entering through their door. The cabin itself was fine, nothing amazing, a bed, TV, and refrigerator with a bathroom. The location was not the greatest, the weather was windy most days and high seas so unless you enjoy the sound of waves banging across the hull all night choose a different location. It was like someone taking 20 bats and slamming the boat every couple of seconds most nights. In fair weather it wouldn't be an issue but be prepared to sleep less if it storms. The location is also kind of annoying because crew are constantly going in and out of their door. I can't fault them for working but hearing your cabin steward get up at 6am was kind of annoying. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was just right for two. It had 3 closets, 4 drawers. The bathroom had shelves for our stuff and enough room in the shower to get the job done. The room was clean and efficient. Since it was an inside cabin, it got real dark once the lights were off. When someone walked by you could hear them talk but never heard the neighbors except the toilets! Our friends had the same room but with the bunk-bed option in the ceiling. I think it would have been cramped with 4 people in it. Next time we would like a window, just to say we have done it, but the value of the inside cabin might change our minds. Read entire member review >>
It was an adequately sized handicap room. We did have to turn the bed a different direction so my husband could get his wheelchair between the bed and the door. Quiet location within about 25-30 ft of central elevator. Read entire member review >>
Clean, well stocked, showing serious signs of wear and tear due to age. The wall panels rattle terrible! It was obvious that this is a problem and has been for some time due to amount of paper wads stuck between the wall panels and ceiling trim. I added some more to help out but didn't ever completely fix it! Read entire member review >>
Rooms were fine and not a lot of engine noise like I originally thought. We had 2 rooms that adjoined 1422/1424 so we had lots of space. Only significant noise was crew outside the cabins during clean up times. Bed were comfortable and window views were great. You can actually sit in the windows and read. Read entire member review >>
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