Cabin was ok but the entire floor smelled like there were sewage issues. The smell was there the entire cruise but was worst from time to time. The cabin service crews seemed like they were used to the smell as they would not admit that they smelled it. Read entire member review >>
It was our first interior cabin after staying in balcony cabins. Although small, it was well-organized and seemed to make the most out of the space. Plenty of storage space for clothes and luggage. There were not enough hangers, but our room steward brought in extra plastic ones. We had a king bed configuration with one bunk bed. The bunk bed was half over one side of the king bed, which was a bit of an issue. There is a fridge, but is filled with Carnival alcohol. So, it was pretty much worthless for us to put milk for my preschooler in it. The bathroom was small, but fine. There was plenty of room for us to put our toiletries in it. I really liked the location on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Our room was a typical inside room, with a pull down bed for one. We unpacked our bags, hung things up, so we weren't tripping over suitcases, and other items since space in precious. I was a little bummed that we didn't have any freebies in the bath room! Previously, we had toothpaste, and sunscreen, etc. As far as the sound level, I didn't hear a lot of outside noise from either below or above us. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6291 was a good cabin. It was at the end of the hall and allowed us close access to the elevators. Even though it was an inside cabin, it was a little larger than most inside cabins. Everything worked perfectly in this cabin. Cabin 6315 and Cabin 6311 - my sister's cabins:My sister's do not have Internet access, so I am responding for them. This was their 1st experience with a balcony and they loved it!!!!! We had the petition unlocked since they were adjoining balconies which gave them more room. The view was great. Only complaint is that the rooms were directly above one of the hot tubs, and the kids / adults tended to be noisy. Once the spa closed for the night, it was perfect. We were given a tip to request a balcony near the end of the ship. They are supposed to be a little larger. Not sure if this is true or not. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 7 in the room 7398. The rest of our family were in the rooms 7390 and 7370 so we were relatively close to each other. Our room steward was the nicest and he always greeted us when he spotted us. He new our names right away and introduced himself on the very first night before our dinner. His name was Antonio.
The actual room itself was nice. Small, but hey you are on a boat. It was just my brother and I so basically I got all the closet and drawer space to myself. It was nice though. Sure like I said the room was small but I was barely even in it other than to sleep and right before dinner. Read entire member review >>
#7282: Had 4 people in the room so it was "cozy" but we're not in the room enough to worry about it. Relatively quiet with exception of occasional banging due to crew members working in/around the closet area. Read entire member review >>
Quiet area, plenty of room for luggage under bed, 2 hanging closets, big shelved closet, large bathroom for interior cabin and only 3 cabins away from elevators that take you directly to the Lido Buffet and aft deli, tandori food and swimming pool. I would book this cabin again without hesitation. Read entire member review >>
Lots of open room for scooter or wheelchair but the beds are narrow, 2 small closets and limited to no drawer space
linen toilet paper, kleenes all stored on floor
Way to much motion. Was slammed contstantly and things left on desk or end table tossed on floor.
All lamps, hair dryer hard wired so can't move. Read entire member review >>
The cabin space was sufficient, the beds were good. There are three closets that are a good size and a dresser with three small usable drawers. The bathroom small but efficient. Located mid-ships you're in the middle with everything. The beds are high enough to slide a good size suitcase under them. Read entire member review >>
Room 8360 - inside stateroom. We would have liked to have a balcony but it was too expensive.
The stateroom was a very nice. It was convenient to the elevator and it was a quiet location. Our stateroom attendant, Felicia, was very pleasant & helpful. Whenever we met, she was cordial, asking about our stay and excursions, & always asked if we needed anything. Bathroom was always clean. Room was cleaned twice a day. We had to get use to using our cruise card to keep the lights on. Twice my wife left the room, taking here cruise card, while I was still asleep and awoke to darkness. I was lucky to have the TV remote on the bed or night-table to turn-it on to get light in the room.
We probably should have asked for more hangers. We also had to get use to no electric for her hairdryer in the bathroom; but there were outlets in the room by the dresser & separate outlet which the hairdryer was connected in the drawer (almost didn't find it on the 1st day). The "Safe" operation was satisfactory.
Our large & small luggage pieces fitted fine under the bed. Read entire member review >>
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