Carnival Destiny Cabins

Editor Rating:  3.5
73% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose Carnival Destiny?

  • Editor's Note: In one of the most dramatic refurbishments in contemporary cruising, Carnival Destiny underwent a $155 million transformation culminating with a name change. After its release from a jaw-dropping 49-day dry-dock (from February to April 2013), Destiny became Carnival Sunshine.
Carnival Destiny

Carnival Destiny Cabins

Balcony cabins are smaller on the inside (180 square feet), to allow for the 40-square-foot balconies. Balconies have safety-glass panels, affording unobstructed views of the water. Outside standard cabins without balconies are an ample 220 square feet. Inside cabins measure a generous 195 square feet. Bathrooms in all categories have showers, a hair dryer and a medicine cabinet. Carnival now offers free toiletry/amenity kits on all of their ships. Carnival also provides terry cloth bathrobes in the higher category cabins. All cabins have interactive color TV's, radios, direct-dial telephones and individual climate control. All cabins boast ample closet and drawer space. Reading lights and cabin lights can be controlled from a panel over the beds. Most cabins have twin beds that can be converted to a king bed upon request. There are self-service laundry rooms with washing machines, dryers, irons and ironing boards. Self-service ice machines and Coca-Cola vending machines are available.

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Stonefly
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Wonderful cruise, 18 days of bliss. If you are unhappy on shore then you will be unhappy cruising. A few points: 1. Being chilled does not make you sick. Diseases make you sick. 2. Hand sanitation was everywhere on board. ... Read more
dorawat
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I had write this review and let everyone know that the last cruise of the Destiny was great. I did the research before we booked and knew that the ship was going to be refitted. In preparation of any remodeling, there will be things to do ... Read more
SaltyGuy
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I did have some reservations about this cruise. First of all I assumed since the the ship was heading to Italy for conversion to Carnival Sunshine, there will be work done on the ship during the cruise. Second, I did not consider Carnival ... Read more
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