Standard Oceanview cabins are 190 square ft. and inside cabins are 185 square ft. Most the ship's cabins feature twin beds, combined into an extremely comfortable king-size bed. Carnival's Comfort Bed is a new sleep system that is on a par with those in five-star hotels.
Cabins offer good lighting for reading in bed. New flat-screen television sets are wall-mounted. Oceanview cabins and higher feature bathrobes, but don't expect hair dyers, so pack your own. Only top-priced cabins have a verandah. Amenities include wall-installed, in-shower bath gel and shampoo, plus a basket of sample-size goodies, including Crest toothpaste, Tylenol, Tums, razors, etc.
Triples and quads accommodate the needs of three or four people traveling together. These cabins go quickly -- especially over school holiday periods -- so book early. Interestingly, all of Carnival's Fantasy-class ships have cabins that can accommodate five -- very unusual in the industry. It goes without saying that this can be quite appealing to families.
Twenty cabins have been designed for physically challenged guests.
Closet and drawer space is standard. A safe, which guests can program individually, is located in each cabin.
Suites on the ship were redone during the refurbishment program.
Room was smaller than the other balcony rooms we've had on other ships, but was more than adequate. Plenty of drawer and closet space. Spacious bathroom, good water pressure. Very small window in our room, but the balcony made up for it....continue
We were on the 6th (U) floor, room U144. Steward was great. Room was perfect. Had window rather than porthole. Would recommend that as it let some natural light in the room. No sway at room level although seas weren't very windy...continue
Room was nice and spacious. Bathroom and shower were a lot larger than what I expected, especially the shower. The bathrobes were a nice added touch! Will never again use an interior room after having an ocean view and that of the sunrises and sunsets!...continue