The cabin was spacious and because it has a second half bath allowed my wife and I to get dressed at same time. Queen size bed with room to walk around unlike the last Royal Caribbean cruise where you had to crawl into bed in a dollhouse size room. More than enough closet space. Actually had a closet that went unused. Good job Carnival. Finally a tv system where you could watch the Major networks and ESPN America. Although I had to watch the one game I wanted to see in the casino (which was very smoky). Good job Carnival. Read entire member review >>
very nice room. It was not any bigger than a regular ocean view and there was only one window. It was wonderful being on the very back of the ship. Most everything we wanted to do was located aft. I would book this room again. No noise at night at all. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 1366. It was an oceanview cabin on the Rivera deck. This is the lowest passenger deck. The room was wonderful, it actually spoiled us! We had the usual 2 bed, push together to make a king. There was a couch that made into a bed if needed and best of all TWO bathrooms! There was plent of closet and drawer space. There was some engin room noise, but it acted like a white noise machine to mask other sounds. Read entire member review >>
I was impressed with our cabin we had an ocean view and it was nice full view.
There was pleanty of space there was a small bath and shower combo and sink in one bathroom and a show and camode and sink in the other one. This is the first time I have had two facilities in the room the Holland American one I was on only had one restroom and when there are two women in the cabin the two rooms are and added plus. Read entire member review >>
We had an outside oceanview cabin facing the rear of the ship. The vibration and noise was extraordinary at times; especially when the ship was backing up to the pier. I have been in cabins before at the rear of the ship but never with that kind of noise. Will choose midship cabins again on future cruises. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin and very spacious (220 sq ft). Not much drawer space. Bring your own hairdryer as the one in cabin is not great (you have to continue to hold the on button the entire time you dry). There are 4 closets, one of which has shelving for 4. The bathrooms are great. Small tub but good for a kid. You can shower in both sides. The bed was very comfy and the down comforter was a great touch. Flat screen tv on wall frees up space the box style tv's take up. Plenty of towels and counter space in the bathrooms. Plenty of shelves in baths for all your toiletries. Window was large and great to have! 3rd person bed was comfortable. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin on the 8th floor. Good space for two persons, but a tight squeeze for a family of 4. We have been on Carnival ships before with our family and this was the first time we felt overcrowded in a cabin. Decor was nice and modern and closet space was good. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was nice. Cabin steward did good job. Very dark room at night due to being an inside cabin. I think the cabin steward did all he could do in keeping rooms clean but they were all over worked and probably had 40 -50 cabins each to service. Read entire member review >>
Loved cabin 2330. Would have been perfect size for 2 adults. We had 2 adults and 2 children so getting ready for supper was a bit tight but kicked the husband onto the cove sized balcony while us three girls finished getting ready. Loved the balcony...all we needed. Great central location mid ship. Ample closet space. Shower curtain not hearty enough to contain water in the shower. Bottled water on shelf is not free...4.54/bottle. Choose this type of suite for a family of four traveling on a budget...it is superior to the interior quads for space and worth the small amount more:) Read entire member review >>
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