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A standard room runs about 185 square ft. The newest enhancements include upgrades such as bathrobes in all cabins, outstanding new Comfort Beds with plush mattresses, luxurious duvets and fine linens and pillows.

New drapes and a bed slip feature a pretty soft rust hue. In standard oceanview cabins, guests will find a single chair and a desk bench.

Cabins can be arranged as a king with twin beds put together; one twin on one side of the room, the other on the opposite wall, or close together.

Closet and drawer space is more than adequate for four and five-day cruises, and the bathrooms have been redone. (Shower stalls aren't any larger, but new plumbing features a soothing spray that helps get the knots out after a day of touring or taking the stairs.)

Bathroom amenities still feature sample-sized packaged toothpaste, shampoo and a razor or two. In-wall bottles of shampoo and body wash can be found in the shower stall, but bar soap is also available. Wash cloths and towels are absorbent and new looking, a lot fluffier than in past seasons. A full-length mirror would have been nice -- and a hair dryer.

Balconies are few, but lovely. This is one element -- the small number of balconies -- that really "dates" the vessel.

Fifty cabins have been created to adjoin and 24 accommodate physically challenged guests. Flat-screen television sets offer CNN and ESPN. Carnival Imagination requires a credit card to lock (or open) the safe!


Carnival Imagination Cabin Reviews 140 Cabin Reviews
   Cabin U60
January 2015

Room has adjoining door to cabin U58 and was very loud. Depending on who your "neighbors" are on board, you can expect to hear most of their conversations quite clearly and may want to consider that while having conversations in your own stateroom.

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   Cabin U98
December 2014

The Junior Suite was spacious but I wish it had a wall separator or at least a curtain that separated you. Typically most people who will be in a suite will have kids and need some privacy.

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   Cabin E32
December 2014

Rooms E32 & E44 (Empress Deck 7). Avoid Empress Forward Port side staterooms at all cost if you want a quite stateroom without people being loud talking outside your room at all hours of the day and night. The Theater is directly above and can be loud during...continue


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