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Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Interior (4B)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
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M259
We had plenty of room, comfortable bed, great steward, and service. Nothing to complain about at all.
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M170
Carnival Fantasy Ship moseley1111
The cabin was as we expected. The bedding was very comfortable and clean. The room was ice cold which we loved!
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E96
WORST CRUISE EVER russn2635

Ship not bad for the oldest ship in the fleet but carnival as started cutting corners and its showing in every aspect of the cruises.


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M68

Inside stateroom on the Main Deck with twin beds that convert to a king and two pull-down twin beds. We were right by the elevators and never had a problem with any kind of noise at all. Except for the beyond rude neighbors who yelled and screamed at 3 a.m. every day upon their retrun from partying, it was quite peaceful. There was plenty of room in the bathroom, but no space for toiletries. We never met our steward, I guess we kept missing him/her but the room was always clean and refreshed. Lots of closet space. Comfy beds and pillows.


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We had an inside cabin with 2 twin beds. The beds were comfortable. Our room was kept very clean. Bathroom was small but fine. No hair dryers were provided. But there was a razor and shampoo. We had to put a towel under our door each night because for some reason the AC seemed to draw cigarette amoke into our room.
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R141
Copied from review: We were in R141 and our sons were in R137. We worked with a Carnival Cruise rep to ensure rooms were next to each other. He was very responsive and easy to work with, but I was surprised he never mentioned a floor to ceiling support pole in the middle of our room (R141) in front of the vanity. It did not obstruct the drawers of the vanity, but you had to work around it. Because of the location of the pole, the bed was basically on the side of the wall toward the middle of the floor wedged between the wall and the pole. There were two closets next to the bed and a third closet next to the bathroom. It really seemed like an awkward arrangement. Only one pillow had wall support and a light as one side of the bed was in the middle of the room. It wasn't a big deal but given the choice, I would have picked a "normal" arrangement. My husband is 6'2" and 240lbs and was able to maneuver around the bed and the pole, however, anyone much larger than he is would have trouble.
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