Empress Level end of the hallway, Distance from elevator next to service store room.Private and Quiet. Would have preferred another chair or small sofa for indoor relaxing, Cable channels were limited and CNN was our main choice. Clean and Comfortable and Roomy. Read entire member review >>
Very small for 4 people, queen size and 2 fold down twins which cover the queen so you cannot walk around when one bed is down. Balcony is worth the extra money for the view and extra space!! Read entire member review >>
The whole Cabin crew was amazing at keeping the room tidy and clean. When we went for breakfast and came back mine and my sisters beds were nicely folded into the wall again and when we came back from dinner they were put down again and had the ladder on the side ready for us to climb into bed. The cabin crew was amazing and I am so impressed with the way our cabin looked every day and how they got to know us so personally. They were amazing!! Read entire member review >>
* State Room: We had cabin M257, Deck 5 Main. The cabin was just perfect. Size and accommodations were more than we expected. The beds were comfortable and the TV was clear and placed in a good location for viewing. This cabin has a balcony and was so relaxing to have coffee and breakfast in the mornings. Room service was very efficient. We also had a good size window that we would sit our towel creations in daily. The closets and storage under the beds were roomy and held all of our belongings with space to spare. The bathroom was a good size and the water pressure in the shower was good. Our room steward was very friendly and had a fun personality. Tip - Take the Command Strip Hooks and Magnets for organization. Some of the wall panels hold the strips and magnets well. Also take a cloth mesh shower caddy for storage in the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Great room, loved the balcony and even though it was a little small it was enough room for 2 people to sit comfortably on. Room steward was wonderful and we had everything we needed in the room. I slept great every night. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Fascination cabin 8A M229, awesome balcony, good location not to far from elevators or stairs. Bathrooms did have a not so good smell the whole time..But again not worth complaining about, also when coming or leaving ports you could hear a little noise below, not worth complaining about either... Read entire member review >>
We really liked this cabin. Not the quietest because of the engine noises but nothing kept us a wake. Once in a while the fumes from the fuel hung around the balcony but was never a problem in the cabin itself.
Plenty of storage and good size shower for a cruise ship. Great water pressure and temperature gauge. Read entire member review >>
We had one of the recently added balconies. It was really small with a chair instead of the usual small sofa. We did have a flat screen tv and plenty of closet space. The bathroom was nice and big and laid out well so it felt bigger than usual. Beds nice and comfy, air was really excellent. Sewage smell a lot of the time at the back where the balconies are. Read entire member review >>
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