We are yearly cruisers and ALWAYS get a mid ship, lower floor oceanview room. Partially because balcomies are expensive (we'd rather do another cruise) and my husband can get a little sea sick. I also like how close you are to the water. Read entire member review >>
Just the right amount of room for 3 of us to enjoy the space. Not crowded with unnecessary furniture, but enough space for us to store all our belongings and feel comfortable while inside. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was great. We were on the Riviera Deck(Deck1), so we were right on the water and got a great feel for the speed of the ship moving through the ocean. We also got great views of the port in Puerto Vallarta as we were docked. GREAT people watching from our window. While we were anchored off of Cabo we were buzzed by some party boats, so that was fun(use your imagination). Carnival's cabins are always clean, and are probably the most spacious in the industry, so for just the two of us, we had all the room we needed. We chose the morning cleaning service, and Putu and Ketut had our room done(with a new towel animal) before lunch every day. The bed was comfy and the water in the shower was hot. there were plenty of shelves in the bathroom, hangers in the closet and drawers in the bedroom. If you pack a ton of clothes you might need more hangers, but if you book this room, don't worry, we left you a bunch of extras:) Read entire member review >>
We had a cabin with a great view on deck 1. It was spacious and comfortable for the most part excluding the bottom bunk which was the sitting couch with a sheet thrown over it (expected but uncomfortable none the less). Our room steward Michael was very friendly, thorough and great with the kids. Read entire member review >>
We will never choose this cabin area again. When I booked this cabin, the Carnival rep did not mention that the cabin was located below a very noisy section of the ship. There were loud noises EVERY night Read entire member review >>
Great view even though we were on deck 1. Big window! Lots of storage space (bring your own wire hangers as there are never enough hangers). Nice size bathroom. Very quiet. Had to ask room attendant, twice, to dust several areas in our cabin (phone, tv area, glass goblets) that were caked with several weeks of dust. Other than that, our room was perfectly made up every day. Only one outlet (at desk) so bring an extension cord to re-charge your electronics every night. If you want a digital clock in your cabin, bring one as there is not one provided. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was roomy enough for 3 of us to be comfortable. Window provided us with a good view. Plenty of closet space. Bathroom & shower were good size. A good cabin for the money. Cabin steward was very good. Read entire member review >>
The tv is too high to see when lying in bed. The picture looked very dark. They should move the safe up and put the tv below it. Also, the rooms could use a few more outlets. Other than that, we loved it! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1180: Really a quiet location. No overhead noises or kids running thru the hall. Seemed to be pretty convenient location. Our adult children were in 5120 and they were on the same floor as the kids program, so kids were running through at all hours of the night. Now they have a "nite owl" program that goes on til 3am. Just imagine the possibilities for noise there! And their balcony neighbor kept leaving their porch light on day and night. Read entire member review >>
This was a ocean view cabin. There really is not much difference between and interior stateroom and an ocean view with the exception of the view of the ocean. Nothing great unless you like looking at the ocean from your own room, though you can do this on the deck just as comfortably. Read entire member review >>
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