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Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king. Some staterooms may have an obstructed view. Stateroom with an obstructed view: View is obstructed by a lifeboat, tender boat and/or steel beam.

Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views) (4J)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 10
Cabin 1003 Great location, larger room with window overlooking a "secret" deck. Quiet, no noise at all. The only down side was the sewer smell sometimes because of being at the end of the pipes. Fixed immediately when brought to their attention
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Carnival Conquest Cabin 1004 is a great room. It is oddly shaped, but has a huge shower. It was designated as a handicapped room, but was available to anyone. Much more floor space than previous rooms.
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Not bad for a cruise pup
Cabin #7206 is a Category 4J inside with window facing the observation deck all the way forward on Deck 7. It is designated as an accessible cabin but don't get any pictures of a huge cabin with room for a dance floor. It is very tight, irregularly shaped cabin with the beds head to head against the wall, so that they cannot be put together to make a king sized bed. Aside from the bed, the only place to sit is a tiny upholstered stool slid underneath the desk. Ask Guest Relations or your cabin steward to send a chair. What the cabin does have is a huge accessible bathroom, complete with a drop-down seat in the shower. There's no step-up into the bathroom, making it easier to enter and leave it.
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Lots of storage space in three closets, four drawers (and two night stands) as well as under the bed. The bathroom feels larger than the balcony cabin on our last cruise. The window provides a nice view if you don't mind not being able to look down, and access to what amounts to a semi-private deck is very nice (the deck is locked after sundown, and the room drapes must be kept closed at night.)
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