our cabin was great and roomy for a cruise ship even though we had chosen an inside room as we were watching our pennies. Our room steward William (R142) made us towel animals and attended to everything including ice every day. Read entire member review >>
room was what I expected, a large closet. we had a"king" size bed that was two twins pushed together and a pull out bed above the head and above the foot of the bed. I can't tell you how many times I hit my head. bathroom was sufficient for our needs but only one person at a time unless one is in the shower and another on the toilet! Best part was how dark the room could get and you couldn't hear too much outside the room. this made for an awesome space to nap. Read entire member review >>
We booked an inside, category 4E, cabin #E141. This was on the Empress deck very close to the Atrium Bar and Guest Services. It was quite convenient and we liked this deck. Our cabin steward was Iwan. He did an excellent job keeping us filled with ice, not only for the small ice bucket, but for a bigger bucket with my wine. He also made sure I had two white wine glasses every day. He kept the room very clean and nice twice a day, and made the best towel animals. The cabin is tiny and the bathroom has only one small shelf for toiletries. If you are one of those people who brings those shoe bags to hang over the door for your toiletries, this was the bathroom for that. There was not much leg room between the toilet and the wall (not sure what a tall person would do), but I thought the shower was a tad bigger than most. Read entire member review >>
Enjoyed this location. Easy to get out to the internet area and where we boarded, along with the customer service desk, bar and elevators, without something above or below us being loud. The only time our sleep was disturbed was when two drunk passengers ran down our hall, otherwise, we would definitely choose this interior state room again. We liked the location. Read entire member review >>
This room is too small for 3 people. I would select another cabin category. The bed for the third person was on the floor and hard to maneuver around. The location is great for access to the forward and aft activities. Also close to both dinning rooms. The cabin could have been cleaner. Our room was dusty and I brought Lysol wipes to clean it; however, I didn't because I really didn't care. I had better things to do. Read entire member review >>
We had a center ship handicap room. All was great, except the angle of the shower floor with the drain was wrong and all water went under the toilet. We had to use towels to mop the floor. Read entire member review >>
My fiance and I almost always stay in 4E cabins. For two people they are just right and this one was no exception. Our cabin steward Dhimas was wonderful! This cabin is near the bow of the ship on the port side. It is far enough away from the atrium that we never heard any of the music or loud people that were hanging around in there. Even with us being right under the stage in the Main Show Room, we barely heard any noise. I believe that we might have heard some props scraping against the stage once or twice but that was it. Read entire member review >>
We had two connecting rooms, 2 on each room and I have to say that it was worth it. Our other option was to get a room for 4 and we don't that before and is too many people in an inside stateroom. This set up gave us privacy, plenty of space and the girls felt like they were on their own, but we were able to keep an eye on them. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was adequate in space and clean. Good amount of closet space. Would have liked a couple more drawers. Bathroom was good, well-lighted. Could have used a little more space to put toiletries. Shower was an adequate size. The reading lights on the beds needed to be brighter - hard to read in bed. We apparently were under one of the dining rooms, so there was loud rumbling occasionally and a couple of "crashes" but nothing intrusive. Walls seemed to be thick enough to keep most of the noise from other cabins to a minimum. Door seemed thick enough to keep most hall noise to a minimum. Instead of the curtain on the wall, I would have liked an ocean scene or some other art. The curtain actually made the room a little more claustrophobic than artwork would have. I kept having an urge to pull the curtain and "look out". Liked the safe. Adequate number of hangers, but would like a couple of skirt/pant hangers also. TV worked well and I was impressed with the number of channels available. Carpet seemed to be clean and the bedding was immaculate. Bed comfortable, good pillows, liked the duvet. Blanket was a little worn. Desk surface was adequate, but once again, the light over the desk wasn't bright enough. Overall, a very pleasant trip. Read entire member review >>
M240. Rear/Aft interior cabin. No mini fridge, configuration of king bed awkward as we bumped our heads on the above bunks (they were not in use, but stuck out a few inches over our heads) Also no night stands on the sides due to room layout and very tight space to get out of bed on the side next to the wall. Very little shelf/storage space in the bathroom for toiletries. Shower curtain vs. door was a pain in the butt. No real climate control except ceiling fan we could turn up or down, but not change the temperature. I know orange is Carnival's color...but it makes the rooms feel dated from the 70's with the orange rug & "curtain" (to make you think you have a window). Read entire member review >>
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