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Ocean View (6B): Carnival Ecstasy Cabin Reviews

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20 Reviews
Oceanview stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Ocean View (6B)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
Cabin
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M51

Situated in a block of similar cabins with Murphy Beds, it is not uncommon to see families of 4 or 5 occupy these cabins. Lucky for us, our neighbors (families on each side with young kids) were not noisy. Be careful with hitting your head on the protruding Murphy Bed unit when getting in/out of the regular bed.


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M211
Room was nice and spacious. Bathroom and shower were a lot larger than what I expected, especially the shower. The bathrobes were a nice added touch! Will never again use an interior room after having an ocean view and that of the sunrises and sunsets!
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R139
Large window, three closets, large bathroom. Two twin beds and a fold-down bunk. No refrigerator. Nearby elevators only ascend to Deck 9.
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R192
Great Surprise getupgo
Adquate storage Nice shower nice vanity area Nice size room Quiet area Convenient to dining and elevators
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U119
Cabin U119: toilet stained, bathroom floor soft, spongy, broken. Couldn't close a/c vent - cold (finally repaired, 2nd day). Room steward poor attitude -- didn't want to do things the way we wanted -- bed arrangement, remove duvets, provide blankets, etc. Potable water bad chemical taste. People across hall played with very noisy young child in hallway until they were finally convinced they were bothering their neighbors. Excellent room location for our activities.
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R148
The cabin was fine as space wise is concern. The hallway and neighbors were quiet. We did hear a banging noise, but it was coming from outside of the ship. We almost had a stink sewage smell coming through the air vent on the last day of the cruise.
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m32
M32 was a great twin-bed cabin with a pure ocean view!
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M32
Smell of urine in the bathroom, but it is a phantom smell in that when the bathroom is cleaned, the smell goes away, but it comes back in about 20 minutes. I searched and looked for the source, but there must be a ghost with bladder problems in there, because there was no visible source for it. It is not overwhelming and while not pleasant, it is not the end of the world.
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M201

M201 - small; close to elevators


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M50
New Orleans by Train Bigwave1129
Great location in the ship. It was a very quiet area
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Main Deck Cabin starboard- outside with twins - converted to king and one pullman bed. Pullman bunk is over feet of "king" bed. When pullman is down the person on the one side of the king has to duck under it to get around it - not really a big deal - probably could rearrange room to avoid this. Room was quiet - no noise from above or below not a lot of traffic in hall and even in winds not a lot of rocking motion. We think we heard the chairs scraping from the balcony diagonally above us one morning - but not a big deal. Would book same room again.
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M176
M176 was a great OV cabin. The only thing I would have changed was the arrangement in the bathroom. Usually the toilet is right next to the shower so you can easily prop your foot on the toilet to shave your legs. But in this cabin the pedistal sink is next to the shower with the toilet on the far side of the room. Nice flat screen TV's.
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M32
Nice Enough! cnewport
Plenty of room for two people. Good use of space. Might have been harder if we needed to pack for 7 days, but there was plenty of room for the stuff we needed for 4.
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M203
Great location, close to elevators, no noise.
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