The cabin was nice but a little cramped for us and our two kids with the bunk beds. The room was clean and the shower was not bad at all. There isn't a heater in the stateroom but you can turn off the AC if you need to in order to warm things up some. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was fine. It was very clean and had enough space to not feel crowded. Our cabin steward was awesome. He was very friendly. We would leave for a little while and come back to a freshened up room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was too small for two adults and 2 kids. the fold down beds came down over top of the main bed and made it very very hard to move around the room. The room attendants really need to learn better english and need to learn how to announce themselves before barging into rooms. Read entire member review >>
We had two adjoining cabins on the first floor. The windows were a great size. The rooms were perfect for our family of five. I highly recommend adjoining rooms for bigger families. It was the most affordable way to get more space. The kids loved having their own space and tv and so did we. Rooms were very clean. The bed was very comfortable. Pillows were great. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very clean and it was nice to come back to the room each day to see your bed made and fresh towels in the bathrooms. I even asked for them to decorate te cabin for my boyfriend's birthday, and though it was not decorated upon our arrival, once I said something about it, it was done before we got back to the room! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was tight and only had 3 beds for 4 people. Would not give me the roll away bed I paid for, the steward said it wouldn't fit in my room. Not sure why they would put all of us in that room if its supposed to accommodate 4 people. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very close to stairs and elevator at the front portion of midship. Location was quiet except for the occasional elevator ding. Cabin was clean with plenty of storage, however we were a little disappointed that the cabin was only made up once a day (compared to twice a day on other cruises) and we certainly missed the chocolate on the pillows. Shower was hot and water pressure was outstanding! Bed and pillows were comfy and AC was cold. Overall, we were very happy with our cabin. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was good. A little tight for 5 people, but manageable. Adjoining rooms may have been a better option as getting ready with only 1 bathroom was sometimes a challenge, but one we were prepared for given what we paid for. Read entire member review >>
It was an ocean view cabin. It had plenty of room for 2 people. No weird smells. Fabulous shower. And it was generally quiet. (There were a couple of bumps in the night, but nothing too awful.) Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very nice. We were in an oceanview stateroom and were very impressed with the size. The window was big and bright. The price difference between the interior room and the ocean view was so insignificant that it really makes sense to upgrade (we paid $50 more for the 3 days for all 4 people). Read entire member review >>
Basic outside cabin. Nothing special. Decent size. Adequate storage space. We also were had room R133. Our room was often hot. R133 was like a freezer. Also, the water temperature in both rooms was very hard to regulate. Read entire member review >>
We found our cabin on the Riviera deck (deck 4). It was an ocean view cabin with a good-sized window toward the front of the ship. The room was clean and our room steward was very helpful and very friendly. We had 5 of us in a the cabin. My wife and I shared the twin beds pushed together into a king-size. Our children slept in the pull out bunks and the trundle bed. When the room was made up for the night it was quite tight. We had to be sure to be careful not to hit our heads on the bunks. It was adequate, but not luxurious. The bathroom was a normal size for a cruise and worked well for our needs. The storage for clothes and things in the drawers and closets accommodated our things well. There was a television (with poor picture quality, but that was OK because we were not on the cruise to watch TV) and a small desk in the room. Read entire member review >>
We had a ocean view cabin on Deck 4 which is the cheapest deck. I had no complaints at all. The room was large enough for the two of us. Nice flat screen tv. Bathroom was larger than a lot in my past experience. The bed was comfortable and the pillows were wonderful. Our steward kept the place clean and gave us towel animals every day and there was chocolate mints which Royal Caribbean doesn't give. I really like this ship even if it is getting older. It was spotlessly clean. Our cabin number was R192 and I see no reason to pay more to be on a higher deck. Read entire member review >>
Cabin Rivera 40
We had a porthole and 2 upper berths for the children to sleep in, as well as
a full king size bed. The beds were amazingly comfortable. The main issue is that we had to constantly watch our heads when moving on the bed, or getting up
in the middle of the night. The cabin steward did a wonderful job of keeping the room tidy. Read entire member review >>
plenty of room for 3 of us we were 3 ladies in our cabin our cabin was in a great location we were right by the dining room and by the buffet when we stepped off the elevater. Read entire member review >>
U157: Good roomy, well arranged cabin on an older ship. Lots of storage. Spotless and well maintained except for the stained and smudged window. One plug only but we worked it out. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was good, clean. It is a forward cabin, but it is not way forward. It is close to elevators. Thrusters were a tad loud if I was in the cabin when we pushed off from the dock (woke me up at 2:30AM for our departure), but other noises were pretty non-existent. Did hear neighbors flush here and there, but nothing really disruptive. The view was nice. Pretty standard Carnival Fantasy Class ocean view room. Read entire member review >>
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