The new room décor was pretty nice. We even had a refrigerator. The room has a nice flat screen and they had more channels to watch than before. The beds are terrible though. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 6323 on the Upper deck mid-ship It is a balcony cabin with a trundle bed for my son. Was hoping for remodeled room but no such luck here. Tube TV, tile shower with some mildew visible, some wear and tear in different areas but I didn't mind and am aware that the ship is 16 years old. Read entire member review >>
Cabin I had was very cozy. As I always get balcony rooms. When I do a cruise. I enjoy the fact that Carnival has the largest rooms vs other cruise lines. Room was very clean. I enjoyed my couch. Bed was so comfy. Amazing hot water that stayed hot all the time. Water flow was like what you experience on land. no difference. Really great. I enjoyed the animal towels on the bed every night with the next day "Fun Times" there as well. Service from Cabin Steward was truly amazing. I could not have asked for anything more. Truly a great experience. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 7632 and our cabin steward was Viktor,he was very friendly and kept our room very nice.I forgot his helper's name sorry he was really good too.Although the cabin may be old it was still very nice and clean.The other members of my family were on the same floor and had very nice rooms too.My niece had 7360 which is an inside cabin and it was very spacious. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony room. Loved being able to go out and sit in the peace & listen to the waves. Room was the perfect size for 2 people. There was a small amount of black mildew on the grout in the shower but not enough to make me complain. Room was clean & it was in a quiet location. There was a flood a few doors down from us & we experienced some dampness but nothing that caused an inconvenience. The staff worked quickly to remedy the situation. Read entire member review >>
The balcony room was the same as last time, pleasantly snug, well kept, but if we hoped that, by moving well forward of the Atrium elevators, we'd have a little quieter cruise this time...well, we had some shipmates who did not comprehend common courtesy when returning to their cabins. Ricky, our cabin attendant was excellent, mostly invisible, but there when we needed him. Read entire member review >>
The cabins have not been remodeled in 14 years and it shows. The walls and ceilings were dirty (not sure if they were smears of food or beverages or what?)The beds were so broken down that we scheduled massages to make it through the remaining 3 days. Read entire member review >>
Balcony room on the port side. It was nice to sit on the balcony and watch as we came into ports. You can hear the noise of chairs moving above you. Our neighbor down the hall had the complaint of water leaking on his balcony from the hot tubs and it was flowing into his room. Read entire member review >>
This room was perfect for us. Plenty of space, clean, worked for our family of 3. We only heard noise once from the "storage rooms" for the stewards and room service across the hall. It was a wonderful proximity to the elevators and stairs and a perfect location in between deck 5 (promenade) and deck 9 (lido). Read entire member review >>
cabin 9241- quiet location as it is nowhere near the elevator and is towards the front. but with that on deck 9 the closer you are to the front with a balcony the bridge and the people on top of the bridge can see onto your balcony. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine. We were initially concerned because we were near an elevator but it was not a problem. The only concern is we were right outside the service closet and they started vacuuming early in the morning. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was satisfactory. It's light colors seemed to add to it's size. The air conditioning vent in the ceiling to extremely loud. Shower tile grout has mold. Cabin location provided a very calm ride. Read entire member review >>
Our room on the 7th floor was always cleaned very quickly and it's worth spending the extra money for an outside oceanview balcony which are a good size. A schedule of activities is left in your room each night for the next days port which we found extremely helpful. We also found it extremly helpful to view information channels on the rooms tv along with deck cameras to see how busy it was. The bed was pretty comfortable too!! There was lots of hot water in the shower too!! What I did not like was how the light on the balcony did not work when you are traveling on sea overnight because of navigational reasons. When I asked about this at guest services they would not give me a clear answer. How those lights effect navigation is beyond me and the ship is always on sea at night so they should just do away with the fixtures then!! Read entire member review >>
The cabin is a balcony cabin. We chose this cabin since there ware other cabins above and below, so it was very quiet. There was plenty of storage space for three people. My daughter had to sleep on the couch, which is okay for a 10 year old, but definitely not big enough for an adult. Read entire member review >>
Nothing special about cabin #7340. There was enough space once the suitcases were stowed under the bed and the balcony was of a good size. There was a small television in the room and a hairdrier, that was the limit of amenities. The shower/toilet was of a good size. There wasn't a fridge in the room which was a bit of a shame although the steward did fill the ice bucket daily with ice. Read entire member review >>
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