Cabin was spacious and clean, plenty of room to maneuver with the two of us! Storage was ample and our large suitcases fit easily under the bed. The bathroom was very spacious, one could shower and the other use the sink/mirror with ease. The oceanview window however was always wet with sea spray so it always looked as if it were raining out.
The linens and bed were very comfortable and the air circulation and comfort level was perfect.
There is only one electrical outlet in the main cabin and one in the bathroom so utilizing a non surge protected power strip is a must. Read entire member review >>
More spacious than I had expected, very clean. Our room steward was wonderful and he left us a beautiful message on our mirror in celebration of me and my husband's belated honeymoon. Turn down service is such a treat and the towel animals were lovely. I felt very taken care of on this cruise and I will definitely recommend Carnival to other travelers. Read entire member review >>
Plenty large for 2 people. Air conditioning worked too well, drying out my throat nightly, but the cabin was comfortable. The bathroom had a larger shower than I have seen in the newer, larger ships! Read entire member review >>
Excellent, clean, roomy cabin. Perfect temp, great view of the ocean at all times. This is a port side cabin and has 2 twin beds and a twin bed that folds out of the wall. Excellent storage space. Read entire member review >>
No refrigerator, no blow dryer. Bunk pulls out of wall, trundle goes under bunk at foot of king bed. A little difficult to maneuver. If you want to look out the window with the bunk down and the trundle in place you have to crawl across the bed. Closet is adequate. Bathroom good size. Read entire member review >>
We had 2 staterooms, M185 and M189. Both of these rooms were oceanview (windows were dirty from the outside). The size of each room was identical and somewhat small for 3 people in each room. However, it's to be expected to make room for many cabins on each deck. If the room was any smaller, it would have been impossible to navigate in it. Everything available in the rooms were fine. If there are any smaller rooms than the ones we booked, I would not have enjoyed my experience as much. Read entire member review >>
Cabin M-160 mid-ship port side ocean view 6C, very nice close to the elevators not a lot of noise very comfortable during the day it was a little hot but at night it cooled down. Were use to having a balcony so this was a first and it was not bad at all. Bathroom is small a couple of shelves around the sink and the step up was higher than i had seen on any ship. No mini refrigerator and the safe is in the closet, we also had a pull down bed but did not use it. Read entire member review >>
We were originally worried about hallway noise being so close to the elevators, but we loved this location! We never heard anything from the hall, and loved stepping right off the elevator to our room. Read entire member review >>
Location has some background noise. Hallway very noisy around 3:00 AM because of other passengers. Closet doors need stops to prevent loud wood against wood noises when they close - small rubber stops would cost less than $0.25 per cabin to fix this problem. Read entire member review >>
R109 & R105. Very clean and well attended. No complaints. Large enough for 2 cruisers. Bathroom seemed larger than what we had on RC ships. Did miss the small table & couch. Read entire member review >>
I thought the location was fantastic. Cabin was okay for one adult and 3 kids but we were on top of each other a lot. There is actually a trundle bed for a 5th occupant but we'd have to occupy the room in shifts for showers/changing if we had a 5th! Beds comfy, ample closet space and hangers for a short cruise. Typical cabin bathroom. For me, with kids old enough to go do their own thing, the location couldn't be beat! It is right under the arcade, camp carnival, the Fantasy theater and dining room, and not far from the Lido deck. Read entire member review >>
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