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Balcony (8D): Carnival Miracle Cabin Reviews

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26 Reviews
Oceanview stateroom with private balcony and twin beds that convert to king. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.

Balcony (8D)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
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6239

The room, although clearly from the 1960's was clean. The deck layout was excellent; however, being a seasoned cruiser I know what my preferences are.


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7116

Nice cabin with easy access to the theatres and lido deck.


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6188
Six is one of the best floors to be on. Quiet except when furniture being moved above cabin. Balcony very nice EXCEPT when guests in cabin immediately fore or aft are on their balcony talking loudly; then it was unpleasant and one felt that you were eavesdropping on a loud boisterous exchange. Even low conversations on the neighboring balconies could be overheard. (When I'm on my balcony, I don't have any great interest in feeling as though I'm in the middle of a debate about who is the best quarterback or what's the best beer, or if when the door to their cabin is open, hearing a television turned up to high volume Either better sound-proofing between balconies OR a sign in each cabin asking passengers to keep noise level low when on the balcony or when cabin door is open. If such signage had been used, we would have felt very comfortable asking the neighboring balcony to tone-it-down. Perhaps the people don't even realize that they are being overheard . . .
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6188
Six is one of the best floors to be on. Quiet except when furniture being moved above cabin. Balcony very nice EXCEPT when guests in cabin immediately fore or aft are on their balcony talking loudly; then it was unpleasant and one felt that you were eavesdropping on a loud boisterous exchange. Even low conversations on the neighboring balconies could be overheard. (When I'm on my balcony, I don't have any great interest in feeling as though I'm in the middle of a debate about who is the best quarterback or what's the best beer, or if when the door to their cabin is open, hearing a television turned up to high volume Either better sound-proofing between balconies OR a sign in each cabin asking passengers to keep noise level low when on the balcony or when cabin door is open. If such signage had been used, we would have felt very comfortable asking the neighboring balcony to tone-it-down. Perhaps the people don't even realize that they are being overheard . . .
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4183
Close to everything. We could see the islands in the carribbean from a distance.
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Great view, comfy bed, decent size closet, small bathroom...nice roomy baclony.
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8219
Cabin 8219 was adequate as far as size, closet space and bathroom amenities. The only complaint was the noise overhead all night long. We finally realized that the kitchen for the buffet was above us. Sounded like we were under a bowling alley. Didn't sleep a single night all the way through.
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7220
Is it a Miracle? scottishlass99
Cabin 7220 We were pleasantly surprised at the size of the room. One of the biggest balcony staterooms we've had on any ship so far. Plenty of closet and drawer space and even a roomy bathroom.
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6333
We had an aft room with the bigger balcony. We LOVE the view from the back. We love to be on our balcony when we enter & sail away from the ports. And we like to sit out on the balcony just before we go to bed and to have room service bring us a pot of coffee in the mornings to enjoy on the balcony.
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6141
Convenient to elevators, smallest balcony we've had in a long time, great shower.
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