This is an older ship, so the cabins are smaller. However, based upon the amount if time spent inside your cabin, it is a plave to sleep and shower. Our room was always clean, and very well taken care of. The upper deck on the Ecstasy is in a great location and the stairs can be easily used to go where ever you want to go so you do not have to wait on an elevator. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was larger for wheelchair use. Bath and shower were good for wheelchair user. Had an issue with cabin door not locking.They fixed it about 2 hrs. after it was reported. still had to watch the auto door closer sometimes did not close all the way. cabin was next to a crew only door so thier was noise all during the nite. i think it was a laundry room. Read entire member review >>
standard cabin with a king bed (two twins pushed together) to upper pullman beds opposite each other, watch out went you get into bed as you might bang you head a few times on the lower frame of the upper pullman as the head of the bed is recessed. There is ample closet space, four drawers, a chair. The bathroom, has a comode, sink with one shelf for toiletries. The shower is larger than Royal Caribbean by about 1/3 with a shower curtain, ample hot water. Its a "standard" Carnival interior cabin. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin constantly smelled of cigarette smoke, and when we asked to have this addressed (find out who was smoking in their room and get rid of the smell) we were ignored and left to suffer through it. I have a respiratory problem, so I ended up with a terrible headache and feeling badly the entire cruise when we were in our room. Our clothes smelled of cigarette smoke also. Read entire member review >>
It's pretty spacious for an interior room. I had a 4 people room, with two bunk beds. The lower bunks dwellers really have to watch their head sitting up. There is a curtain in the room that gives the illusion of a window but it's just a big rectangle in the wall. Shower is ok, my only complaint is that the water coming out of the sink are YELLOW. Also, it's impossible to get cold water out of the sink, they are just hot. Shower works fine though. The room was actually great for our needs. There is a TV with cable as well. Bring a Surge Protector if you can! only one outlet in the room. Read entire member review >>
We had a handicap-access room, and because of that there was no barrier between the shower and the rest of the bathroom. Every time we showered, it flooded the entire bathroom and we had to call the steward to come and mop it up. As a result, it was very humid in our room, and everything felt quite damp. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin Riveria 210, an inside cabin, our first time in this category. I found it comfortable and the bathroom was set up much better than others I have had in other categories previously. Read entire member review >>
Odd layout for double bed set-up. This cabin is set up for a twin bed arrangement. You have to sit on the bed if you have a double bed set up and you want to use the mirror. You have to turn sideways to traverse between the bed and the dressing table. Read entire member review >>
U220 is noisy first thing in the morning ... usually around 7am. This is where the cabin stewards bring down the cleaning buggies. So avoid AFT interior rooms on Upper...if you are a late sleeper. Read entire member review >>
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