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8 Reviews
Aft-View Extended Balcony (8M)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
Cabin
Rating
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6314
Cabin was dated, TV was horrible.
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640
We like balconies! The aft view was a first for us and it was very nice and quiet most of the time.
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6463

Stateroom: only one luggage mat on the bed, not two. No refrigerator with cold drinks. The TV was an old CRT type and one doesn't use one's key to turn the lights on and off. An older ship! On a positive note the sofa was nice and there was a nice chair also. The lights behind the bed and sofa were quite nice. The shower was nice though there was no conditioner dispenser.


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7431

Clean room and bathroom. The Extended Balcony is WORTH EVERY PENNY!! Three chairs (one a lounge chair) on the balcony and a small table. View was incredible. A great place to sit with a drink and watch the ocean. Yes, above decks can look down on some of your balcony, but it wasn't a deterrent to a GREAT time. The Cabin Steward (Oscar) was also SUPER.


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6207
We had cabin 6207. It was noisy each morning at port. The crew were working. It is a smaller handicap room, bathroom and balcony than we have ever seen, but it was just fine otherwise. Storage was way more than we needed.
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7433
We could not have asked for a better cabin. We had an extended balcony on the Carnival Victory. This was without a doubt the cleanest and well kept. The steward for 7433 was Fantastic
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8276

Cabin 8276. Lots of closet and storage space, hallway kind of noisy but very close to elevators which is a plus for me. Balcony was great size but did not have light.


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