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80% of cruisers loved it
  • First ship in Conquest-class series
  • Great for kids, featuring family cabins and a teen disco
  • Major refurb in October 2012 added dining, bar options

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With a handful of variations, Carnival sticks with the four basic cabin categories -- inside, oceanview, balcony and suite. For all categories, the standard Carnival color scheme of pink, light orange and cream prevails. Hair dryers are available in each cabin.

Inside, oceanview and balcony cabins range from 185 - 260 square feet (including balconies, which range from 35 to 75 square feet). Accommodations feature two twin beds that can be converted into a queen, interactive TV's, mini-fridges, safe and bathrobes. Storage space is adequate; there are three full-length closets -- one has fold down shelves -- plus a number of drawers and cabinet spaces.

The shower-only bathrooms in standard accommodations are comfortable enough, and certainly functional. Showers are outfitted with shampoo and shower gel dispensers. Carnival also features its "legendary" amenity basket in its bathrooms, filled with disposable razors, deodorant, breath mints, toothpaste, soap and the like. (Choices will vary. These are not refilled through the course of the cruise.)

Verandahs in the balcony cabins are outfitted with wood-colored plastic furniture (table, straight chair, adjustable chair) and have a privacy guard that extends just over the railing on each side.

Those in need of a little extra leg room may want to opt for a suite -- but at just 340 square feet (including balcony), the term "mini-suite" is probably more accurate. There are also 10 penthouse suites (430 square feet including balcony) with sitting areas, walk-in closets and whirlpool baths.

One note: Sounds travel quite easily through cabin doors so light sleepers may want to position themselves as far away as possible from elevator banks. And a number of passengers on Deck 8, under the main pool area, complained that late-night and early-morning scrapings of chairs and tables overhead was very disturbing.

Carnival Conquest Cabin Reviews 274 Cabin Reviews
   Cabin 7314
October 2014

The cabin had lots of room for the 3 of us and a lot of storage. It had a changing area outside of the bathroom that could be closed off. Since there were 3 of us, one would change in the bathroom, one in the changing area and one in the room. Made it easier and faster...continue

   Cabin 8276
October 2014

I am so glad we went with a balcony room. It was nice to be able to be outside without going to one of the top decks. The room was clean when we arrived and everything was in working order. It was laid out nicely and conveniently. We could hear some hallway noise but...continue

   Cabin 8368
October 2014

We stayed in cabin 8368 and it was a great balcony cabin mid-ship. It was a typical balcony cabin on Carnival lines and it fit our needs perfectly. We enjoyed the comfortable chairs on the balcony as well as the 3 closets within the cabin. It was also a perfect deck...continue

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