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Interior (4C): Carnival Imagination Cabin Reviews

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Interior Cabins

14 Reviews
Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Interior (4C)
Decks: Deck 5 | Deck 6
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Acceptable. No hair dryer, only one outlet, nothing special
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M159

Good size room for an interior cabin. Enough closet space but bring hangers if you need more that 5 per person. The bathrooms are good size for this type of cabin as well. The shower is roomier than most other ships I've been on.


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M158
Great Short Cruise PittsburghPenguins

Did the Interior Guarantee option for the first time and was pleased. Expected a forward Riveria like we normally end up booking, but got a Midship interior on Upper deck 5. We get the cheapest rooms since you really don't spend that much time in them and they are really not that bad! The fake window is my favorite part. I like the bathroom layout of the smaller ships like the Imagination. Room is quiet for being next to stairs and elevator, but I think the back wall is shared with crew cabins and/or storage. Twice we walked into our room and it smelled like garlic bread and other food. Heard a steward cart bang once. No engine noise or vibration here. Good storage space in the closets and under the bed. Wish the bathroom door opened towards the front door though. Brought little fake candles from the dollar store to put in the bathroom so you don't have to turn on the bright light. I recommend a hanging toiletry bag as there is not much shelving in the bathroom. Interior rooms on the Imagination are the same size as the oceanview, even though they look bigger on the deck plans. Our neighbor across the hall kept their door open all the time, so we were able to compare.


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E196
Cabin E196-Lots of closet space. Perfect location in the aft elevators that come up right inside the Lido buffet.
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m104
Cabins were okay. My children stayed in a cabin with my mom and that was never set up right. Instead of the bed coming out of the wall, my son slept on a cot where the bottom was under the vanity table. The water in our cabin for the shower was too hot even set at 30 degrees Celsius. The hall way smelled when we first got on board, good thing we brought our own air freshener.
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E41
Decent sized room with a good sized clean bathroom. The a/c control is in the ceiling so if you are short like me you will have to call someone to change the temperature every time you need it adjusted or you will just freeze like we did. The beds have been hard on every Carnival cruise I have been on. The drapes over the "window" (inside cabin) were very wrinkled. Looked like my clothes look when I forget to take them out of the dryer for a couple days. The location of the cabin was great though. Just down the hall from the first floor of the Atrium. Very convenient for getting sodas at the bar.
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M140
We had an interior room, which I found to be fairly spacious. We had an adjoining room with the kids which was really nice! The closet was Plenty big and plenty of drawer space. The bathroom was bigger than I expected so that was a Plus! Clean and tidy all the time. Hallway was noisy, but that was because of disrespectful people. The cabin areas were very clean and elevators fairly quick!
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M92
M92 interior on main deck. Very clean, laid out nice for 2, became cramped for 5 but that is to be expected. Bunks were easy to fold up during the day and portable bed easy to fold up and compact enough to roll into the corner during the day. Very nice bathroom, probably bigger than the others we have seen on Valor and Destiny. Plenty of storage, probably more than we needed since we just kept things in our luggage and pushed them under the bed. Flat screen was a nice touch but could have had more channel choices.
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U203
The room was perfect for a 3 day cruise.  There was plenty of closet space and adequate room so that 2 single guys were not on top of each other. 
I had cruised last year with a balcony which on a longer cruise i suggest to everyone to do so, but for a 3 day cruise you're not in the room enough to care.
Only problem was our cabin was all the way at the Aft of the ship, so when we needed to get to and from our room to the Main Atrium or Pride Dining Hall, it was a trek.
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M162
Imagine This! Jeanette604
An inside cabin for 3 women was cramped with 2 twin beds, a rollaway and a wheelchair. But the beds were very comfortable. As always, I brought 8 wire (disposable) hangers, because I never feel there are enough. Good closet space, quiet. Adequate room in the bathroom. Suggest for an inside cabin you bring a night light and extension cord.
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