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17 Reviews
Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our ships all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise. Obstructed view.

Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views) (4J)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views) Cabin Reviews
Cabin 11203
Apr 2016
A Dream of Average! By: Da Captain
Very nice spacious cabin...this is an accessible cabin and plenty of room and the window allows for plenty of natural sunshine...
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Cabin 6206
Mar 2016
don't use this as a stateroom because you will not get any sleep.
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Cabin 2000 level
Oct 2015
Time of My Life By: Kms1282
Canon was what I expected. It was small but I was only there to sleep. Jonathon our steward was there every time we left that room and was extremely nice and funny.
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Cabin 7203
Mar 2015
Tired Menu, poor service By: treingardt
cabin was strange, missing one of the 2 standard closets with just a 4 ft dead space behind the door where there is a usually a closet, so we only had one closet. also, an extra chair in addition to the stool in the room that was constantly in the way in a small room.
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Cabin 10206
Aug 2013
One of the Best Cruises By: njdevils0607
Great room, Larger then a standard balcony room (no balcony though), Great View, Have deck entrance to front of the ship right outside your door (no noise though), People rarely use that deck anyway. This room is a great little secret. Would definitely book this room again.
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Cabin 10201
Aug 2012
10201 - HUGE accessible cabin. Lots of room - about the size of a regular hotel room. Bathroom is also very large. Outside room, but inside room category (4J). There is an obstructed view of the front of the ship...same view as the captain! I would definitely book this room again.
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Cabin 7205
Jun 2012
Small hallway, plenty of storage, comfortable bed. Tiny shower. We experienced lots of movement in cabins 7205 and 7208. The deck area out front is very nice, but can get very windy.
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Cabin 2212
Sep 2011
Cruising on the Dream By: airlink diva
Cabin 2212 Inside cabin with porthole windows One twin bed. Sofa bed turns into a twin bed. Not a great cabin for couples. Great for a solo cruiser, a tad tight for two. Great storage. Typical cruise bathroom Quiet location due to being at the end of the hallway. However, if ship encounter high waves or bad weather, will feel and hear it
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Cabin 9201
Apr 2011
Nice view from 9201. But beware of the public balcony in front. Also, you can hear & feel the front engine 'pod' noise fairly well even on deck 9 when coming into/out of a port. Tho, I guess you could use that as a wakeup call. :)
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