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12 Reviews
Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise. Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Interior (4E)
Decks: Deck 7
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U5
This cabin is near the front of the ship with one cabin across the hall and the employee stairway also across the hall. It is noisy in the morning on port days. The sound was loud enough to wake us at about 6:30 in Ensenada and in Long Beach. From what I could tell it is a fairly standard interior state room. The flat screen TV is wall mounted in the corner. We could both see it from the "two-twin" arrangement of the beds. Plenty of storage for luggage under the beds and in the closet. Not much storage in the bathroom, but there is a vanity in the room.
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r215
A little disappointed 4 sisters cruising

R215- Very small for 4 ladies. A little noisy while traveling. Since it is one of the cheapest of cabins there are a lot of children (12 and under). Running the halls at all hours of the night- or should I say morning. I had to quiet them down around 2:30 am one morning. The steward we had (Michael) was very helpful and our room was always neat and clean.


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The cabin size was comfortable enough for my husband and I. The bathroom was a decent size as well. The only disappointing aspect of the room was the fact that there is no iron available. Having to share with almost an entire deck of travelers is very frustrating and inconvenient. Especially not having been told ahead of time so that we could be prepared. The room could be more sound proof. Lots of hallway noise. But, I loved the fact that there were no windows and we could sleep as long as our eyes would stay closed.


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E33
Cabin E33. A nice sized inside cabin. Family of four, kids love the loft beds, we were comfortable. Goo closet space too.
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E215

E215. Nice location. It seemed quite. The room was damp. The bathroom floor sounded lick it was sloshing underneath.


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E137
Good size for being interior. No a/c control, so the room was always cold. Slightly noisy since close to the bar.
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Inside cabins at midship on Empress level are not good......directly under the galley which is open 24hrs a day and VERY noisy
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145
Our room was nice. I was so glad we got a room on the highest level of Interior rooms because the further down you went the more rowdy it got. Music blasting in the halls, kids running everywhere. The closet space was very adequate for a 3 day cruise. We were on the same level as the atrium and near the elevators so that was nice. The shower was big enough for both of us. Just not if you want to get in there and do a line dance though. :) It was very clean as well. Always had hot water and never had a problem with smells or feeling the engine. What I loved most about the room was that there was a curtain with a wall behind it. So it didn't make you feel like you were in a box. And best of all, it was as dark as you wanted or needed it to be and that allowed for some great sleep.
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V28
Not worth It! melvin123
I have stayed on many floors, and the Veranda deck is the best. There is no movement, and when you get into port you hear nothing.
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Tons of closet space, not much storage in bathroom, very quiet location.
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