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Grand Suite (GS): Carnival Dream Cabin Reviews

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A spacious room, that includes VIP check-in during embarkation Stateroom amenities include a Whirlpool bath.

Grand Suite (GS)
Decks: Deck 7
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7287
Carnival Dream harleydi
Great room. Lots of space. Bathroom had alot of room and the vanity outside the bathroom was awesome. Quiet location, we did not hear any noise from the Lanai hottubs on the deck below us.
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7312
The Grand Suite was spacious. It had a sleeper sofa which was helpful when my youngest child wanted to sleep in our room. There is no DVD player in the room nor could we connect our portable player to the back of the TV. I was a bit concerned about our balcony being positioned over one of the lower deck hot tubs, however, the hot tub was rarely used and we never heard any noise from the hot tub.
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7287
room 2787 - awesome cabin, large and plenty of closet space, bathroom space, large deck, it was short but wide. great room. kids had 7289. super small.
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7312

7312
Central location; stunning view; wonderful lay out with good closet space (3 closets) and amazing bathroom; quiet.


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7245
Carnival Dream mk960072
Being in a Grand Suite on Deck 7 forward was void of loud noise, noise from public spaces such as nightclubs, and the only complaint was folks walking down the hallways talking loud in the morning when I wanted to sleep in. Balcony was large enough to sun on but the only thing I didn't like about this ship was Deck 7 overlooked Deck 5 with a sun deck. On smaller ships Deck 7 would have overlooked the water so we could see flying fish, waves, etc. I like being forward in the ship or aft so you dont have as much foot traffic. Deck 7 is nice because there are staterooms above and below eliminating noise from public spaces like casinos, public decks, and nightclubs.
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