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There are 1,062 staterooms, of which 80 percent are outside staterooms; 80 percent of those have private balconies (which may also be referred to as verandahs). It's interesting to note that inside cabins measure the same 185 square feet (17.19 square metres) as outsides without verandahs. Balcony cabins increase to 225 square feet (20.0 square metres), including the verandahs. Balconies are each big enough to hold two chairs and a small table, with room to spare. All staterooms and suites are tastefully furnished with twin beds that convert to queens, large closets, plenty of drawer space, flat-screen televisions and refrigerators, telephones, private safes, and a shower or shower/tub combo depending on category).

Good design and soft lighting add to a feeling of spaciousness in interior staterooms. There are also 64 ocean view staterooms with French doors that open, but views are obstructed. Of interest to families are the 53 sets (106 staterooms in total) of interconnecting cabins; 25 sets were added in the renovation. There are 17 wheelchair-access staterooms.

Bathrooms in all categories except suites have liquid soap and shampoo/conditioner dispensers inside the shower units. Bathrooms in all accommodations, apart from suites, have shower curtains. Suite shower stalls are equipped with glass enclosures.

There are 50 suites, including eight Grand suites and 10 Vista suites; the vista suites have partial wraparound balconies. Both Grand and Vista suites are located aft, overlooking the wake. Sizes of suites (all suites) range from 360 square feet (33.45 square metres) to around 465 square feet (42.20 square metres) including the balconies.

Suites include separate dressing and sitting areas, refrigerators, double sinks, spa bathtubs (i.e. whirlpools) in addition to showers, and large balconies each big enough for two tables, two sun loungers and one or two sitting chairs, depending on passenger requirements. Extra services for suite passengers are priority embarkation and disembarkation, along with large staterooms that offer sitting areas and walk-in wardrobes.



Carnival Legend Cabin Reviews 370 Cabin Reviews
   Cabin 5183
November 2014

The room was well positioned being midship. 3 cupboards, 4 draws, mini-fridge. Lounge that converts to 3rd bed. The rooms are a reasonable size (well my room was anyway). Slightly bigger than other ships I’ve been on, but I was in an obstructed balcony room this...continue


   Cabin 8220
November 2014

the stateroom was more spacious than we expected and the staff were very helpful and pleasant.

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   Cabin 5190
November 2014

Mid level mid ship so meaning a lot less movement on rough days. Good size cabin with balcony. The lifeboats are actually below railing level so you are not restricted in your view out to sea, but at a much lower fare that other balcony rooms.

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