cabin was great and very clean. our cabin steward was amazing , she was always going out of her way for us. room service was quick . bathroom was really nice but the shampoo and soap they supply is not very good quality, bring your own. the balcony was nice size with 2 reclining chairs , small table and a lounge chair. the TV was older but okay for time it was used. third cruise in this cabin and we will cruise again. Read entire member review >>
Great Cabin ! Quiet, and the steward, Phillip is world class! Our adjacent cabin, 7249, did have a continuous drain problem that was never resolved, despite repeated requests to maintenance. Nasty drain water backed up every day. Some problems on the deck, smokers (rules not enforced) and security had to get involved with two domestic issues, one on the other side of us and one down the hall. For some reason they took the blanket approach and involved us in the discussion. Disconcerting is an understatement. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin! Lots of storage space and lots of room in the cabin. Larger balcony. Loved it! There were no directions for using the jacuzzi tub and the one time I tried it, it didn't work. Not a big deal because we prefer showers anyway. Having double sinks and lot of room in the bathroom was wonderful. The location was very convenient. Other reviews of the area of this cabin have complained of noise coming from the atrium, but we didn't experience that. No complaints at all. Read entire member review >>
Room : 7268-Ocean Suite..Nice room..King sized bed..Decent sized balcony..Able to fit 3 chairs..double sink in bathroom..Good amount of closet space. Chair in room broke. Maintenance picked it up..Came back 2 days later.. Room stewards kept the room very clean.. couldn't get cold water to come out of sinks.. Read entire member review >>
Good quite cabin located mid-ships. Pleanty of closet space for family of three. The only negitive was low shower pressure but thsi seems to a be a ship problem and not the room it self. Read entire member review >>
The location of cabin 7272 is very loud, but you can close the automatic doors to seal from the elevator and lounge music (every night) from Deck 3. Room service was great. Balcony rooms have the door issue that wont seal, we ended up sealing the doors with tape and it worked, but what a hassle. Internet and cell service was available in St. Thomas and Puerto Rico. We had ocean suite room so we spent most of the time in there to get away from the chaos every where else. Staff was very kind. Read entire member review >>
Our suite was always clean and was plenty big enough for the 2 of us. The dressing room was an added bonus. Plenty of storage for all of our stuff. We had a large balcony as well as a picture window. It was very nice! Read entire member review >>
The room was huge. Absolutely loved the amount of room we had.
Our room stewards were fantastic. Thanks Jan for keeping us stocked with ice.
We had a ton of closet and drawer space, bathroom was big enough for 2 females getting ready.
We had a bathtub with whirlpool jets. We did use this one evening. (seperately) we loved sitting and relaxing with a hot soak in the tub. Read entire member review >>
Good cabin. Except for some a times rowdy neighbors very quiet area. I had two problems... one easily fixable. That's the door seal to the balcony. We had high winds and when blowing from the starbord quarter it caused a very annoying whistle in the door. I solved it by closing the door on some hand towels in the area where the seal was bad. The other is the layout of the vanity area/bathroom. The door to the bathroom opens into the vanity area. If someone is sitting at the vanity then the door won't open. Otherwise more than adequate and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
our first cabin was noisy due to a "hydraulics problem" that started at around 10PM (Level 1 room 393). There was no way I could have slept. We called after 1hour hoping to hear from customer service that it would cease, however an engineer was sent up and offered to move our room.
She had a steward come and we were in our new room settled by 12AM. New room was clean and spotless. I was so happy it was available. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Glory Cabin 7325, Deck 7, Starboard. Ocean Suite with balcony. It did not look like the suites in the website pictures, which look like two rooms or areas side by side. It was instead one large room, but with a lot of storage and a luxurious bathroom for a cruise cabin. There is also a private dressing room between the bedroom and the bathroom, with a good sized vanity and mirror and large closet. This provided privacy for changing clothes, which was appreciated. Enjoyed balcony but in Canada it got pretty wet and was not usable for a day or so. Good location middle of ship, convenient to everything. Read entire member review >>
Beautiful room. Gorgeous, spacious, nicely decorated - the only problem is that it's a teensy bit noisy. Not enough to keep you from sleeping, but at times the noise level was a problem. Read entire member review >>
Great suite. Large bathroom with separate sitting area that the wife used for makeup. Lots of closet space. Huge balcony. At the front of the ship, very quiet. Would select this stateroom again. Read entire member review >>
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