I love having a balcony! My husband doesn't always let me pay the extra money for one but if it was up to me I would get a balcony every time. Your room seems a bigger for one and there is nothing like sitting out drinking your morning coffee or tea and just relaxing. This trip we also propped our door open before going to bed so we could hear the water splashing while we slept! I was AWESOME totally recommend it! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was like on every other ship. The only thing I miss was the presents in the bathroom on the embarkation day and the mints on the pillow. My daughter, who was in an interior cabin said she asked the cabin Steward why no mints on the pillows. He said that Carnival has saved a couple million a year not giving mints. idk about the other stuff. We only got the little towel creatures 4 of the 7 days but our room was clean and we had our service dog. Dispite him alerting us as to someone knocking at our door which usually was the cabin steward, he still stayed at the door and wasn't intimidated by sweet Toby. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin with a balcony was fine. The bed was excellent! The location was good. It was basically quiet. Although the weather did not cooperate, the balcony was very nice and a good size. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in Cabin 4227.
The room was great. Situated in a quite area of the ship on the port side at the rear of the ship. There are no inner cabins at this section, which cut down on traffic and noise. In fact, this area of the ship is perfectly silent. The room has a drop-down bunk, located over-top of the fold out couch, which worked well for us. The furniture is getting a little dinged, but I have no real complaints. The cabin stewards were attentive and effective. The balcony is great, and a nice way to start each day. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a nice size with great closet space. The shower had great pressure but the sink faucet was very weak. The balcony was good but the drainage needed to be cleaned as there was accumulation of water. The beds are soooo comfortable! Read entire member review >>
We had four in the room, my wife and I along with our two sons (23 & 21). The room had a bed that came down from the ceiling and the couch was another bed. My sons said the beds were very comfortable. We had plenty of closet space for all four of us and even some drawer space for additional stuff. The balcony makes the room larger and easier to handle four. The bathroom was fine and the shower was a good size. I am a pretty big guy (6' 1" 230 lbs) and I fit in there with no trouble. The TV was a flat screen. I thought the room was really comfortable considering we had four adults in it for eight days. Read entire member review >>
We had two cabins. 6127 balcony, and 6129 inside. Directly across the hall from each other. We worried about being so close to the front of the ship. We usually travel mid ship, but it was fine. Didn't notice more motion than any other locations. Both cabins were very spacious, with lots of room for storing our things. After unpacking, our empty suitcases fit easily under the beds. The only complaint was how long it takes for the lights to come on in the bathroom. The balcony was smaller than the extended ones below us on deck 5, but it was adequate. Read entire member review >>
Bathrooms were smaller than expected, but that just meant that two people couldn't share it at the same time. Fortunately there's a vanity outside the bathroom for hair, make-up, etc.
Three closets with an adequate amount of hangers and detachable rods.
The balcony offered complete privacy.
Absolutely no noise could be heard from our neighbors or in the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Great closet space; bathroom was bigger than expected (nice touch with the magnified mirror for shaving), room was overall as expected. Balcony was worth the price to upgrade! Read entire member review >>
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