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Interior stateroom with Picture Window (obstructed views) thats cozy and just what you'll need after a day and night loaded with FUN.

Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views) (4J)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 9 | Deck 10
No Magic here mmekline
My cabin was made up efficiently every day, but they've eliminated the pampering; no chocolates on the pillow at night; no conditioner in the shower. We had a window onto the observation deck, and it was almost like having a balcony. The first few nights, we were awakened by sounds like explosions that shook our room; customer service said it was waves breaking up, and that it echoed through the theater below us. Don't know about that, but it was disconcerting. Smaller than any cabin I'd had on previous cruises, but adequate. Bed was so bad it left me almost paralyzed.
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My experience ginger.armstrong

Our room was ver clean!

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Great sized room for deck 10 room 10201!
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Cabin was larger than expected but did not have couch as this was a corner room. Nice accomodations. And Carnival Magic has gone green in that you need to use your sail sign card to activate the interior lights. I found this to be a bit of a pain. My cabin stewart was awesome and the nightly towel daigns were fantastic. This was also an interior room with an obstructed view, but I could still see very clearly the bow and the ocean ahead of us. Very comfy room!
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7201 Looks out over the forward observation deck. Very seldom see anyone out there. Nice cabin, plenty of room. Nice how they've left some space behind the cabin door to store you suitcases. A little bumpy when running into a head sea.
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Our little secret is room 10206 for both the Carnival Dream and Magic. It is an over-sized room at the front of the ship,for great views with a picture window and an obstructed view. The obstruction is the deck that is right outside the door. Its almost like getting a balcony room for the cost of an inside cabin. Drawback is that is next to the stewards closet.
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