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Interior Upper/Lower (1A): Carnival Triumph Cabin Reviews

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Interior Upper/Lower Cabins

17 Reviews
Stateroom with upper/lower beds or convertible sofa bed. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.

Interior Upper/Lower (1A)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 2 | Deck 6
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Cabin 2???
cabin was great since it is not meant to spend time there except to sleep and shower loved the towel creatures each night
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Cabin 6288
Got my money's worth! chrissyprincess
Room 6288. We were right behind the glass elevators. The good thing was that there was a small walkway between us and the atrium area. So we got no elevator noise. Even our area was quiet for the most part. We had the 2 single beds, the 2 bunks, and 1 trundle bed. Most days the trundle bed was put up so that we had more room. The room was cozy (okay small) with 5 women, but we made it work. The over the door shoe caddy really helped with the chaos. Some of our bags fit under the 1 bed. Others were able to be stored in the corner. We had plenty of hangers available to us if needed. It was clean enough, but our toilet seat had permanent rub spots that gave a “not so clean” appearance to it. Yulie, our steward, was a rock star! She vacuumed often and kept us fully stocked with towels. The toilet seat had some stained rubbed areas that made an impression of it not being too clean. But other than that, the unit was great. Perfect location, not a lot of foot traffic.
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Cabin 1277
Enjoyable Cruise Seabiscuit66
Larger than expected for the 2 of us. Air could be cold if not adjusting the overhead vent.
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Cabin 1280
Return of Triumph shiazvivek

clean room with new beds and also new carpets.


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Cabin 2211
I have to say for a category 1-A, the space was wonderful! I would book a 1A again.
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Cabin 2207
My cruise review rustyred1990
The room was one of the cheapest I could find on the ship. But I was really frustrated that I was only given two choices of rooms when I booked, even though there were others available since I wanted to get rooms near my friends. For a cheap room, it was not bad. There was a bed and a separate sofa bed, which were not combinable. This was frustrating. The bathroom was great and the staff very helpful and seemed to always be working. Overall meh.
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Cabin 6226
6226 is an inside with a double bed ans sofa. I found it ideal for a solo traveler.
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Cabin 2445
2445 perfect for one person, or two people if one is small and can do the drop-down second bunk.  Real value, priced as a low inside, but has two large windows.  Tons of storage space, small desk/vanity area, antiquated television.  Noisy location when entering and leaving port very near the aft so you get screw noise, plus it's at a tug push point for maneuvering.
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Cabin 2216
Pretty spacious bathroom, good sized closet, but could feel the movement of the ship this close to the front.
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