1141 was an ocean view that we got at the last minute. We liked the location near the aft. Only problem was that at odd hours we would hear chairs scraping on the floor above us. We could not figure out what it was from as the upstairs area was carpeted. The room was comfortable, however, and had plenty of room for our things. Read entire member review >>
We had a king bed and bunk beds for 1 adult and 3 kids. There wasn't much walking space and only place to sit was on the bed (sofa was the lower bed). However, all our stuff fit and the room was very clean. Read entire member review >>
Fantastic Room- Some noise from doors below room but after "quiet" hours were over. 7am-10pm. I loved watching them load the ship with all food and luggage. We decorated our door and window. After getting off at ports, we could see our room from outside. Fun! Read entire member review >>
The cabins are adequate, but decor is dated. For us, it wasn't a big deal - we knew we weren't spending a lot of time in the cabin, so as long as things were clean and in good working order (which they were), we were happy. Javier, our room steward, was very attentive and made way more towel animals than we expected (2-3 a day). The kids absolutely adored him by the end. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very clean and well maintained. It's under the Red Frog so it can get a little noisy, but usually stop around midnight. The location was great, just down the hall from the Butterfly lounge. You are right in the middle of the front and mid ship gangways which made debarking in the ports very easy. I would stay in the same room again, but if I could I would go just a little farther aft to get away from the Red Frog. Read entire member review >>
Nice room. 4 days of loud obnoxious neighbors (6163) made the balcony a bit uninviting. They prop the balcony door open and turn the TV to max volume and then try to yell over the TV back and forth. Morons. Read entire member review >>
The cabin and bathroom were clean and were of good size. We had enough storage for two people. Would prefer sound proof walls as the sound of doors slamming was annoying. The minifridge was stocked with the minibar drinks and didn't cool very well. The temperature in the room was hard to regulate. Read entire member review >>
We always get the interior cabin. It is 175 square feet and has ample closet space and drawer space for us. The bed is 2 single beds joined together. This works fine for my husband and I. The bathroom is a little tight, but who spends a lot of time in the bathroom, right? Since we don't spend much time in the room, it works well for us to get the least expensive room. The rooms seem to be pretty quiet. Last year we even had the room next to Camp Carnival (the kids recreation room) and we didn't hear a peep. Carnival gets an A from me. Read entire member review >>
Nice sized room for an ocean view room. King-sized bed with a couch makes it a comfortable space. The bathroom is small but there is great counter and shelf space around and above the sink. The room was very quiet and I never heard noise from above, which is one of the main decks with no staterooms. This room is close to the front and only a short walk from the Butterflies lounge and Taj Mahal (main show room), so it's an easy trip back to the room at the end of the night. Read entire member review >>
This room was nice. The room layout and size was exactly the same as the balcony room we had last year. Plenty of room for the two of us. My wife got a great view of the pilot boat when we left Freeport as the hatch where the pilot jumped from our ship to the pilot boat was right below our cabin. We were a little worried about the noise level when we checked the location (it's near the galley), but, there was no noise issue at all, the galley is on the other side of the ship and we could not hear it at all. Closet space was fine, we were very satisfied with this room. Read entire member review >>
We had an ocean view cabin. The window is quite large. It had a queen bed, vanity area, three section closet and a couch. Definitely an adequate space for two cruisers. The shower didn't have much space for your own toiletries items, but I made it work. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 1192, an oceanview with a sofa bed and one bunk, was very nice. It was just right for our family of 4. We did not want a balcony for safety. Our bed (king configuration) was comfortable. The sofa bed was noticeably less comfortable. It was fine for our 5 year-old son, he liked it, but I wouldn't have wanted to sleep on it--hard. We did not use the bunk. We brought a travel tent-bed for our 3 year-old. There was enough room to set it up in front of the sofa bed and squeeze by. Read entire member review >>
Room was fine on deck one. However, remember that there are no staterooms on deck two so people are walking above us into the night sometimes. It was nice being one deck away from the shows and main dining hall. Read entire member review >>
First floor outside cabin, lots of room for 3 people, nice bathroom with a warm shower. beds where comfortable and we could not hear anyone anywhere, very quiet. Bad thing is only one plug in, had to charge camera seperatly, that sucks. Read entire member review >>
1141 - VERY noisy at night - must be an entrance to a disco or something directly above - you hear CLOP-CLOP-CLOP all night from around 9:30pm - 2am. Good location for elevators, stairs and not too rocky. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 1160 category 6A oceanview. There were 4 of us and my kids had the bunked beds. The cabin was pretty big considering there are 4 people in there and still had room. Read entire member review >>
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