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Carnival Triumph features five main cabin categories -- insides, outsides, balconies, mini-suites and suites -- but there is some variation within each grouping. For instance, there are inside cabins featuring upper-lower bed configurations, side-by-side twins that can be converted to a King and those featuring a view of a walkway.

Inside, outside and balcony cabins typically feature 185 square feet of interior space, with balconies ranging from 35 to 75 square feet depending on category. (There are also a few decks of 220-square-foot oceanview cabins, including 1001, 1002, 1003 and 1004, and categories PT, 6A, 6B and 6C. Additionally, category 8F balconies, located on near the spa on Deck 11, feature 195 square feet of interior space. In other words, there's some variation, so it pays to read Carnival Triumph cabin reviews.) Even the smaller balconies have room for a table and two chairs. While Triumph's public spaces, restaurants and bars are designed to wow the passenger, cabin decor throughout tends toward plain with mostly muted colors. Non-suite accommodations feature TV's (not flat-screen), safes, bathrobes, desks, hair dryers (not very powerful -- BYO), a couple closets and a few nooks and cubbies to store miscellany. Some cabins feature upper-lower configurations, but the vast majority have side-by-side twins that can be converted into a King. Depending on cabin, third and fourth passengers can be accommodated on pull-out couches or pull-down beds.

Standard bathrooms feature ample counter space around the sink for makeup application as well as storage of products. The shower isn't large, but roomy enough and even has an area to store soap, shampoo, conditioner, etc.

One nice touch is the basket of products in the bathroom when you arrive -- a Carnival signature -- which may include brand-name razors, toothpaste, dental floss and soap.

Passengers looking for a little more room should consider booking a Junior Suite (275 square feet with 35-square-foot balcony), Ocean Suite (275 square feet with 65-square-foot balcony) or Grand Suite (345 square foot with 85-square-foot balcony). Besides the space and bathrooms with shower-tub combos, suite passengers get a few perks, like priority embarkation/debarkation.

Self-service laundry facilities are located on a number of cabin decks ($3 per wash or dry).


Carnival Triumph Cabin Reviews 287 Cabin Reviews
   Cabin 7983
December 2014

The rooms were a-okay, relatively clean and stocked with towels. The balcony is narrow but manageable.

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   Cabin 8403,05,09
December 2014

Great cabins, covered, quiet and convenient to dining room and lido and elevators

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   Cabin 6308
December 2014

I think it was 4 F all I can remember is 6308 but the cabin was always perfect cleaned every day, the staff was always nice and sweet couldnt ask for no better people!

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