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Balcony (8B): Carnival Victory Cabin Reviews

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Balcony Cabins

36 Reviews
Oceanview stateroom with private balcony and twin beds that convert to king.

Balcony (8B)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
Cabin
Rating
Comments
9264
Very tired. Cabins reflective of overall need for this boat to head to dry dock for total refit
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7208
Our cabin was smaller than we were used to but that is because this time we had a cabin all to ourselves and our kids had their own interior a couple of cabins down the hall. Bliss for one and all. We always get cabins at the back of the ship and have always been very happy there but as we booked so late our options were limited and I am very particular about the level I want to be on. So not only were we up front we were the very first cabin on the port side of the ship. At first I was concerned as immediately outside our balcony is the spot light which obstructs our view to a degree. The Bridge was right above us. But I quickly realized because the Bridge stuck out at this part of the ship we had sunshade and it was fabulous. Our room was always cool and the sun wasn't ever beating down into our room. The color décor could do with an update and the bathroom needed an update, especially the hair dryer, this was horrible, however the shape and style of the room was much better than the new ships. Our cabin Steward, Wayman, was wonderful. We tipped him upon boarding. This is very important so that you know they will take care of you for your trip. We had a problem with our bed on the first night and he took care of it immediately the next day. He knew all our names within the first meeting. There were no chocolates at night time so that was disappointing.
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6283
What a joke! linnealee

Space wasn't cramped, but bathroom decor was outdated and bright pink. Plenty of storage, but this is an older ship from 2001, but no mini-fridge. Balcony door was actually a door and not a sliding door. TV was old box style, not a flat screen. The lighting panels were messed up in some spots and needs for all of it to be replaced. There is a grate in the door so people were easily heard talking as they walked by and many kids ran down the hall at all hours.


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6390

The room was nice except for the small size of the balcony and no refrigerator.


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7401

My balcony cabin #7401 was spacious. We had a king bed and a sofa. The walls are thin so it is easy to hear what goes on in the next cabin. walking the hallways I could also pick up noise outside the cabins. The balcony itself is not big but sufficient. One of the balcony chairs recline. The indoor cabin #2446 my mother and son shared was smaller with 2 twin beds and no sofa. It still had enough walking space. Carnival victory cabins do not have mini fridges. The stewards clean the cabins twice a day.


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We had a balcony on the 8th floor and we loved it! Our room steward was fantastic!!! If you can afford it or can stretch it definitely get a cabin with a balcony...you won't be sorry!!!
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6395
Our cabin was an 8B balcony, cabin 6395. We found it a little smaller than other Carnival ships - no room for even one night stand with the bed in King Size configuration - but other wise quite nice. Bathroom was larger than we've seen before too.
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7400
Great Balcony, very quiet location away from elevators. No life boat obstruction when looking down which is a plus.
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6272
Great Port Intensive Cruise racingraysswimmom
Bathroom good size with nice storage behind mirror. Closet and drawers plentiful. Location good for getting to all areas of ship. Typical balcony size. 3rd person accomodations will be a cot, not a converted sofa bed.
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6411
We were concerned about this stateroom as it appeared to be underneath a bar, but thankfully we heard nothing. The room was excellent and the steward Rio was supeerb. He made us beautiful animals every night with the towels, astounding!!!!
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7416
Busy week of tours SyrRealtor
extra closet in hallway, oversized bath with spacious vanity, extra long desk area with 2 outlets
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6360
Room was quiet except for the occasional people wandering the halls after the bars closed. Room could use more shelf space, night table, and refrigerator.
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7408
7408 - plenty of closet, drawers and storage; great balcony and views; can feel when ship is docking and when sea is rough; hallway noise not easily heard; 7410 - hallway noise is easily heard; can feel when ship is docking; the room was warm even after adjustments were supposedly made - fan not blowing hard enough
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6327
Good size room and balcony, more spacious than I expected.
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6339
We booked our cabin to be between the two main elevators to avoid some of the noise from kids in the hall and it seemed to work. Great view off the balcony. Adequate closet space. Not crazy about the pink color scheme in the bathroom. Plenty of hot water for showers!! Our room had a couch as well as a king bed.
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6268
6268 was nice - it was by the elevators toward the front. It was not that quite although I slept good (I think the seasickness pill I take every night helps) my DH thought it was a little noisy at night. Loved the room loved Marcus the steward.
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6376

Cabin 6376 and we loved it! This was our first balcony but not our last. Just wonderful...nothing bad to add at all.


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6399

Great all around from the bathroom, to bed, to balcony.  Hallway was noisy during the late night hours but what can you expect on a "Fun Ship?"


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