We were in a Ocean Suite for the first time and all I can say is WOW. Lots of room which we both appreciated. Ketut was our steward and he was TRULY amazing. We didn't lack for anything. Only drawback, which is not a Carnival issue, were the FOUR loud smokers who had the cabin next to us. They would hang out smoking and talking on their phones at all hours. I'm not a anti-smoking Nazi, but their lack of courtesy had a negative impact on us enjoying our spacious balcony. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. It has lots of storage and a large bathroom with bathtub. The balcony also had room for a chaise lounge and 2 chairs. The only problem was lack of plugins by the bed. We requested and received an extension cord to plug in my husband's CPAC. Read entire member review >>
Our room was very spacious. There were three of us in our party. Each person had a twin bed, and my son slept on what would have been the couch. The quality of his bed was the exact same as the other two beds. We had very nice plush comforters and the bed itself felt very good. We were all extremely happy to just relax and "chill" in our beds on some days. VERY COMFY!Plenty of space to store clothes, and the bathroom big with two double sinks and a full shower and tub.Just outside the bathroom is an area that can be used to sit and work on your hair, apply makeup etc. However, it is also a great place to get dressed after stepping out of the shower. There is a sliding door that provides privacy. It was very nice to have that option.Our balcony was very spacious also. Plenty of room for the three of us. Read entire member review >>
The suite was nearly twice the size of a standard balcony cabin. We had four in the cabin and left the couch/bed down the entire time and still had the ability to walk around the room. The bathroom had a separate sitting area with a large mirror and counter space. Closet had a hanging side and shelves side. There were four drawers and a hair dryer and an electrical outlet. In the room, there is another closet with two hanging sides, and four more drawers under the counter. There is a safe, and a flat screen tv. Along the other wall was a mini fridge, some bar glasses, and a chair/desk area. There is another electrical outlet by the telephone. The deck was large and had three chairs. We spent a lot of time on our deck. The bathroom had a jetted tub, double sinks, and lots of hanging area. The bathroom did stink in port, but once we started moving, it cleared right up. Read entire member review >>
So glad we upgraded to this room! It was very spacious with more than enough storage space for the two of us. There was a whirlpool tub and a double sink in the bathroom, and a separate vanity area with lighted mirror and stool. We had a king-sized bed, a sofa, coffee-table, two extra chairs and plenty of counter space. The balcony was large with two chairs, one lounger and a small table. This room is about halfway between the aft and the middeck elevators. It was very quiet at night since there are cabins above and below. Read entire member review >>
OS 7274 Great use of space and we did not hear that much noise except for the one night of the break dancers show in the atrium at 9:30 (but it only lasted 15 minutes). Dual sinks come in handy as well as the 2 closets that light up when the doors are open. Loved the bar set up as we had our 2 bottles of wine plus a few bottles my rep sent to us as well as other goodies (beers, fruit, etc)The extra vanity area was great for 2 people getting ready at the same timeWe had more than enough space and ample amount of storage Read entire member review >>
Lots of storage, great bathroom, comfortable beds. Paper thin walls and some noise from Atrium entertainment but nothing too disturbing. Only 2 electrical outlets in the room. One in the dressing area the other at the bar area. TV positioned in awkward location so when you are lying in bed you have to hold the remote up in the air to change the channel or adjust volume. Very convenient location. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7330- Great space. Two large hanging closets, mid ship therefore not as much rocking when rough. Bathroom double vanity, jacuzzi tub, separate outside space with makeup chair/desk. Lots of other storage, great balcony with 2 regular chairs and table plus 1 lounge chair, elevators close by to get to buffet. Elevators are not noisy! Ask for refrigerator to be emptied to make room for any sodas you bring on board or any wine that you havent finished onboard to be drank later in the cruise. Read entire member review >>
7363 is a very nice Ocean Suite. The only negative is that it is above one of the hot tubs on the Lanai so it can be noisy at times (never was too bad). The room is big and was very nicely kept. It was all the room I would ever need on a cruise. Read entire member review >>
We had a Handicapped Ocean Suite, Number 7270. It had to be the size of five regular cabins. We had more then enough room for my wife's wheelchair and she could use her scooter in the room. Large bathroom with double sinks, jacuzzi tube and roll in shower. Nice sitting and bar area, large balcony and we had a king size bed. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in Cabin 7351, Ocean Suite. It was a great location on the ship. We were right across from the laundry room. The elevators were a few steps away from our cabin, very convenient. The two weeks we were on this Ship, there were very few children. Perfect!!!! Our deck, the Empress, was quiet and we had easy access to everything. Also, our cabin was very spacious. My husband and I had 3 large suitcases a piece. We were able to unpack everything into the draws and shelves. The balcony was very spacious. We had great viewing; no obstructions. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a suite- ha! just a large bathroom with a balcony. Not worth the extra money. Only one trash can. Could not get 2. Great service from our steward, but she had to many cabins to take care of. Read entire member review >>
This cabin (Ocean Suite 7348) was pretty good! Deck 7 seems to be a good choice. it was above the Jacuzzi's on deck five, but the noise was never really an issue. High enough to get a good view from outside and low enough to get a good view of the docks when coming into port.
The cabin was as expected with this category. Roomy enough to move around in and plenty of closet/dresser space to store all of our clothes and luggage. The only complaint is (as always on Carnival), not enough outlets available for use. One in the main room and one in the vanity area and one in the bathroom. Be advised to bring a power strip if you're like my wife who has curling irons and flat irons and the like.
*secret* There's also another outlet where the TV is plugged in! :) Just remove the wooden panel that you see the TV cord enter and there it is! 'Tho you'll most likely need an extension cord to make use of it *secret* Read entire member review >>
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