I booked a junior suite (front top corner with balcony) on this ship, knowing that while Carnival is not top ranking in luxury (to say the least), that it would at least be somewhat nice. The upholstry in my suite was just not acceptable. The carpet was not only coming apart at its seams, but stained a million times over, the chairs were covered in stain and the leather sofa had stuffing coming out of its seams. The hard surfaces were scratched, knicked, scuffed and beaten to death. The lights in the room were all different colors of flourescents, the overhead light dimmers shorted out and EVERY SINGLE NIGHT the room was burning up as if the air did not cool correctly (it was reported, but was not corrected). The bathroom had a jacuzzi tub, but smelled of a weird sewer smell covered up by a citrus smell (others on the ship spoke of this in their bathrooms). The balcony was nice and the layout of the room was very comfortable and nice - but the suite, like the entire ship, is shopworn. Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin, well worn so don't expect new or newly refurbished. Great area though, not too much traffic or noise from anything. Bed was comfy, nice and clean. Make up vanity area was great, plenty of closet space except for closet in vanity area, weird set up and couldn't really use the hanging space. Bathroom was good, clean, accessible. Hard to get in and out of tub as it was high sided (a note for older people or those with a handicap). Had a mini fridge that was okay, not real cold but better than nothing. Couch was pretty worn, but comfy. Balcony always had a foul odor when we first went out on it...no clue why. Overall though, seriously, a good cabin. Read entire member review >>
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