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.
My up graded cabin, an outside Obstructed life boat room was very nice with a sliding door railing access to fresh ocean air, CA. & AK. views! It was nice to wake up on a king size bed to an ocean view! Read entire member review >>
For 5 people we had 2 cabins. Plenty of room. We had the crew open the screen to connect the two balconies. Deck 5 was the same floor as camp carnival. Felt very little movement at all when in the cabin. Only downside was that you could feel the vibration of the engine a bit. Read entire member review >>
Our family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 children (ages 4 and 7) shared an obstructed view balcony cabin (5237). The cabin itself was a standard carnival cabin, which is a good thing. They are big, have lots of storage and are well laid out, even for a family of 4. The bathroom was good sized, with great water pressure in the shower.
Our stateroom was in poor condition. There were nicks and scratches all over the wood trim, scuffs on the ceiling and burnt light bulbs that were never replaced. Our cabin steward didn't help our impression of the cabin. On our first day, I noticed some cheerios under the desk that were still there on the last day! Our cabin steward was friendly the two times we saw him during our cruise, but he seemed to do the bare minimum possible. My kids got the floor sandy after our day in Cabo and it was still there 2 days later. Read entire member review >>
If you can afford a room with a balcony, I would highly recommend it. It was worth the extra money. Also we were on Deck 5 I think. It was helpful to be lower in the ship on days/nights when it was rocky. Read entire member review >>
Partially obstructed 7A with a very long balcony. The lifeboats are below the balcony, so they only block your view looking down. This would be a great balcony in the Caribbean or Mexican Riviera, it come with 2 chairs and a recliner. Read entire member review >>
Good size room. The room is partially blocked by the first tender on the port side almost mid ship. Interesting to see how they launch and recover the tender just outside our balcony. Plenty of storage space and especially like to be able to store our large full size luggage under the bed. Read entire member review >>
Huge amount of storage space, very very quiet room. Lifeboat obstruction is completely below balcony railing so view is completely open with no blockage to jar view of the ocean or ports as you pull into or out of towns. Loved the magnifying mirror in bathroom. Bathrobes provided are large, warm, thick and cozy, and the toothpaste was surprise.... nice touches! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 5151. Obstructed balcony. Can see between the lifeboats, so can see down to the water somewhat. Cabin is a standard balcony with nothing different from a regular cabin except for the lifeboats. Read entire member review >>
We had a cabin on deck 4 4137 it had french door and a railing but no balcony ! There was a life boat just outside the door .But we could see the ocean very good .At the price wee payed we got bumped up from an inside cabin it was just great !! Read entire member review >>
Obstructed view exactly what were expecting. Roomy enough in the cabin with ample storage space. Carpet stains here and there and mattress was "adequate" but not really comfortable. We were very satisfied witht he accomodations. Read entire member review >>
This was an obstructed view cabin - we knew that the live boats would limit downward view and were satisfied with what we paid vs what we got. Overall room was good with very good room service. Read entire member review >>
We had an obstructed view balcony (room 5190) it was fine. We were leery at first but found that it suited our needs. The obstruction was not that bad life boat comes to the floor of the balcony and in this room you can see to the water looking down in the left hand side other then that you can clearly look out. The room itself was nice a standard balcony room bed was comfortable, linens were always clean and the pillows were just fine. The stewards kept the room clean and we would actually recommend the obstructed view to anyone who does not mind or wants to save a couple of bucks. We are booking the same room on our next cruise. I would rather have a massage then spend more money on an unobstructed view. Read entire member review >>
Wasn't sure about the obstructed view balcony it as ok, next time will
probley get a balcony without the obstructed view.. as stated it was ok.
Our cabin was spacious and the stewarts greeted us each morning by our names
the stewards were like magic!! leave our cabin a little untidy each and every time we came back magic clean again!!.. even in the dining room the cocktail waitress would thank you by your name and speak to you by your name impressive! Read entire member review >>
Like the closet full of shelves, better than drawers. Bathroom was well lit, would like to see an outlet in there for 110. (night light would be nice) Close to elevators, but not too noisy. Those elevators drop us right to the dining room. Nice. Don't mind seeing the lifeboats up close, but they do collect cigarette butts and debris from above, not a great site. Read entire member review >>
Great location mid-ship, limited obstructed view, could see out, not down, small balcony, balcony doors slam which can be heard way down the way if there are kids in the area. Read entire member review >>
7A (Obstructed) are a great bargain...had perfect view looking straight out. Only obstruction was looking directly down. Would book this cabin category again in a heartbeat for the price Read entire member review >>
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