Carnival has a rightful reputation for its large interior rooms. Ours was much bigger than our interior room on the Norwegian Sky. The room was clean. Our steward was amazing. No problems whatsoever with our room. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin on Deck 1 - cabin #1353. It was extremely quiet and we didn't hear noise from any cabin. The cabin was spacious enough and there was lots of storage space. Read entire member review >>
We were in room 2202...if you're a couple, steer clear of this room...it's twin beds that are on opposite sides of the room. Because of the design of the room, it's not possible to slide them together. Also, because of the design, the tv is only visible from one bed...finally, this room is at the very front of the ship, we could feel ever sway of the ship, we could feel and hear every wave that hit the front side of the ship as if it were a huge hammer slamming into the side every now and again..., and the only time they dropped anchor, it felt and sounded as if it were literally coming through our room. Again, if you're a couple run from this room if you get assigned it, if you're not and can sleep through loud noises or the shuddering of the room, then this is the room for you. Read entire member review >>
My interior cabin was OK, The bathroom was big enough and I did like that the room it didn't have a couch in it that I think just takes up space in an interior cabin. We were on Deck One Forward and it was very quiet which was nice. Read entire member review >>
Inside rooms, are not worth the money, very small even for two people.
I believe they are making the inside rooms less comfortable, just to get people to chose the more expensive rooms. Read entire member review >>
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