Partially obstructed oceanview staterooms. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.
Cabin was normal cruise cabin with a balcony. Plenty of storage, room in bathroom, always clean and ready for us thanks to our steward Eva. Only item we were hoping for was a lounger on the balcony. While it had two chairs and small table. We would have loved at least one lounger to lie down on while out there reading. The refrigerator was a great plus on this boat. We pre ordered bottled water that was waiting in our cabin for us for the week. Read entire member review >>
In need of refurbishment. But as stated in main review, the overiding issue with it was the constant shake.
We were approached by our steward on the first day asking us when we wanted her to clean our room and that it would just be one time a day. I think this is a bit unusual/
We didn't actually have our cabin cleaned until day 3 out of 7. Read entire member review >>
This was a very nice balcony cabin not far from the front elevators. Looks as if the bathroom has been remodeled recently. The beds were just ok maybe a little hard but the bedding was very nice. Our cabin stewart was excellent. They always are. (Only complaint was that you had to always ask for ice thru room service which I didn't much care for because I felt the need to always tip) For food I don't mind but for ice...... Read entire member review >>
RoomWe were in 5-136 (balcony) room and our steward Edwin was excellent and very accommodating. The room was right at the entrance to the elevators. I thought we would hear a lot of noise but surprisingly we did not hear noise in the hallways or our neighbors. It was a solidly quiet room. We had a nice size balcony with two chairs and a small side table. Very comfortable king size bed. A sofa which we turned into our toddlers bed which he slept in all night long. Plenty of storage for our clothes with 3 closets and 3 available drawers. Also had plenty of shelving in the bathroom. Bathroom itself was a bit outdated but it was clean and nice shower pressure. Don't expect to take a hot shower until Day 2 because it took awhile for the hot water to push through the pipes. RECOMMENDATION - you are allowed to bring onboard with you - Wine, Champagne and Soda / Water Bottles. We did not know that. However, we purchased a 5 wine bottle package onboard for $114 and were able to pick up bottles at our leisure at any bar on the ship. There is a fridge in the room where you can store a bottle of wine but the fridge was already filled with sodas and liquor, etc. Read entire member review >>
Nice and spacious room. Bathroom had a great layout. My bathroom is 8 times larger at home, however if I ever had to downsize to a smaller place everything was within an arms reach and not crowded at all. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Miracle 2/22/12 Cabin 5254. Perfect location 2 decks above the dining room. Quiet except for neighbors letting their cabin doors slam. No vibrations like the upper passenger decks. No bow pounding like the forward cabins. No loud music from lounges. Generous bathroom. Average size cabin. Ours had a couch which was convenient. Adequate closets. Balcony was small. New LCD TV was small and slow to respond. Read entire member review >>
Good closet/drawer space. Location very good: easy to get to Lido Deck/Dinning Room. Longer walk to Phantom Lounge.
Balcony is average size: 2 chairs 1 small table. Not alot of room but adequate.
Near atrium but not noisy as it was enclosed in glass. Elevators/stairs nearby. Read entire member review >>
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