Fascinated on the Fascination: Carnival Fascination Cruise Review by akdurbin01
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Fascinated on the Fascination
Kids Programs - My 16 year old daughter and my 9 year old son were very excited; my 17 year old son - not so much. He was afraid he wouldn't have anything to do. Boy, was he wrong! The kids programs were tremendous! The older 2 were in Club02 for 15, 16, and 17 year olds. They had dance parties, competitions, games, etc. all geared toward what teenagers like. My little guy loved Camp Carnival. He wouldn't go at first (he didn't want to leave the pool and slides). After he went that first time,it was hard to keep him away. They had scavenger hunts, games, etc . They even closed down one of the adult club areas so that they could play hide-n-seek there! More
Dining - The food was great. Most of the meals we had were in the Buffet area. We did attend 3 nights in the formal dining room. It was the perfect place to try foods I had never experienced before. One item each night was called didja ever - it was a food that you would want to try but never pay for (just in case you didn't like it). If you ordered something you didn't like, you could just order something else. Or, if you wanted more of something they would bring you that too. The hot melting cake was AMAZING! Our waiter was Ali, he was great. All the food was great! You could eat all day long if you wanted to. Even if you got hungry late in the night you could call room service and they would bring it to you at no additional charge.
Cabin - Our room (M235) was perfect for us. We had the king set up with the two beds that pulled down for 2 of our kids. We kept one bed pushed up and out of the way so that we could walk around. Make sure you utilize the space under your bed for the luggage. It saves closet space for other things. Our room steward was the best! His name was Peter. We never had to ask for anything.
Overall - With the shows, games, etc., you could party all night long or you could just relax on the Serenity Deck. No matter what you wanted, it was there. This was the best vacation ever! I can't wait to do it again!!!!!!! Less
Cabin review: 4BM235 Interior
Our cabin was rated a class 4B interior state room. For me, this was perfect for us. There was plenty of room. We never felt crowded or cramped for space. We elected to have the king bed set up with the 2 pull down twins. One suggestion that I have for anyone that goes this route is to keep the pull down at the foot of the king bed pushed up when not in use. It will stay without falling and allows more space for walking around. Using the space under the king bed is a must. There is plenty of room to store the large luggage. The room steward, Peter, was amazing. We never had to ask for anything. He did a great job tending to our room. He cleaned it twice a day. After dinner, my little guy couldn't wait to see what towel animal he left for us! Being an interior room, there was no view. The location of the room was perfect. There was no noise heard from the hallway, it was far enough away from the elevators.Read All Interior (4B) Reviews >>
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