The cabin was at the very front of the ship, nicely organized, and included lots of storage areas. The bathroom was larger than I expected, too. The bed was fairly comfortable. This was considered an interior cabin because of the smaller size, although we had a large window. Read entire member review >>
Bed was super comfy, plenty of room for all 4 of us!! Decor isn't what i would have at home, but it's fun and bright!! TV's have been upgraded since last time we were on Carnival, so that was good on the first rough day. Plenty of storage for 4 people and room was clean. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very large and clean. ( I have sailed on other cruise lines and had balcony cabins smaller than this one) It had a couch and table along with the bed. Beds were comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Very nice and comfortable. We had both interior (for kids) and ocean view for my wife and I. Interior was a little tight with suitcases and 4 people. Our ocean view was very nice and had good layout. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was port, aft, deck 1. It was standard Carnival and nice. I thought being so far back we would have noise from the side thrusters and ropes, but all was pretty good. It was a connecting room and every night I heard the guy next door snoring. I always bring ear plugs. However, if that door had not been there I don't think I would have heard him. Try not to have connecting rooms. It is a long walk to get to some parts of the ship. It's not a good room for people out of shape. All of the amenities in the bathroom are gone except body wash and shampoo. Read entire member review >>
I basically sleep here, I'd rather spend my time on deck so I usually book the least expensive ocean view, so as long as the bed is comfortable,it was, and the bathroom's clean, it was, I'm good Read entire member review >>
Basic cabin, everything worked. Location at the last cabin at the back of the boat on the lowest deck was a concern going into the cruise, but worked out fine, although it was a bit of hike for certain things like the gangway on port days when its all the way in the front. Read entire member review >>
I wasn't sure what to expect as far as the cabin was concerned. I had a feeling it was going to be small. I was pleasantly surprised we had quite a bit of room and was very happy about that. Read entire member review >>
Room location was at the Aft on deck 1 second room in -- ocean view. Accurate room space . Good room service. Not best location. Right over motors although was not as noisy as I had anticipated. Noisy mostly when leaving or entering ports. Read entire member review >>
Pretty quiet location, not rocky, very nice view, clean, ample closet space for two people, well lit, a little chilly at times but not bad. The TV folio did not work in this room, but the front desk was helpful with printing out copies of our expenses. Read entire member review >>
pretty quiet location, great view, ample closet space for two people, not too far from elevators, clean, well lit, mostly good Wi Fi signal. The TV didn't function perfectly as it wouldn't allow us to view our folio charges, but the front desk was very helpful with providing printouts. Read entire member review >>
The room was fine. Ocean view was nice. Bed was good size and the pull down bunk bed for the boys was nice. Bathroom is small but your on a SHIP. Shower water is hard to master. Just leep working on it you will figure it out... Read entire member review >>
I had a great balcony, with a fabulous view when approaching Jamaica in particular. The room was very noisy from the singers/band starting next to the casino until around 11pm as the room was literally just above them. I didn't mind this as I was always out of the room at these times either dining, drinking, dancing or at shows. Though maybe not suitable for more elderly people or people with young children. Read entire member review >>
Nice steward, clean and well-lit room, pretty quiet even though it's not far from the elevator. Right below guest services (probably one reason why it's quiet). The TV remote was a little unresponsive, and when you're trying to book a shore excursion or check your expense account onscreen, that can be a bit annoying. It's definitely big enough for two people, and there's a sofa that could sleep a child. It has a "picture window" which was not huge, but certainly big enough. Read entire member review >>
Across from stewards stock room. WAAAYYY to noisy early in the morning with all the room stewads stocking up their carts. I had to ask them twice to be quiet. I know that they had a job to do, but they should not be so noisy at 6:30am!!!
Had a Oceanview room but the large window was covered with dew so it was hard to see out the window. Read entire member review >>
Well designed and roomy by cruise standards. Good head and shower. Hiar dryer is provided along with soap and shampoo by dispenser. TV is well situated. Too many "cruise sales" channels. Does have CNN for news but not Fox. Not that we were there to be depressed by the news. Great closets, well arranged. Good and unobtrusive cabin service. Read entire member review >>
Riveria Deck, cabin 1297 - nid ship. Great room for 3 people - 4 would have been tight. Very quiet and felt little ship movement. Plenty of storage. Room stewards excellent. Read entire member review >>
Promptly at 130pm, our cabins were ready. We were booked in cabin 1-386 and 1-388 on the Riviera deck. We requested adjoining cabins in a 6A category -oceanview, and were quite pleased with the rooms and the location. Our rooms were very comfortable. My husband and I had the king sized bed and my son's bed was the sofa that stayed made up as a bed the whole week. Read entire member review >>
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