Enjoy the outdoor space of a private balcony with patio chairs and a table, along with all the standard Carnival stateroom amenities: two twin beds (convert to a king) and a single sofa bed, sofa and coffee table, desk and seat, and a full bathroom with shower.
Staff should never ask if we want service every day. They did come in and do up our room, but after being asked to bring ice each day, did not as well as not taking away some of the old glasses we had used in the room. I would check the a/c in that room as it was not that cold and we had it all the way down. Bathroom is a good size and well as the shower. Read entire member review >>
Loved this cabin in the aft. It was almost at the end of the hall and it had a bigger balcony. On the balcony it had 2 chairs and 1 table and a lounger, whereas the others do not have the lounger! The bed also faces the windows and door compared to the other balconies the beds are on the side walls.
It was very quite and our dining room was on 3 aft-so not to far to go. Read entire member review >>
We had two adults and two children in this room. The bunk beds were clever and worked fine. Of course the room was tiny and it was hard to fit all our stuff in the room but it was comfortable enough. Read entire member review >>
Smaller than others but OK. You can be seen on the balcony by the bridge and people on the promenade deck directly below. I prefer balconies on other ships where you can look directly down over the sea. Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabin was great. We really enjoyed having a balcony. The only issue is that on the Breeze deck 5 jets out. Our balcony was on deck 6 so instead of having a view of the water we had a view of deck 5 below us. Not a huge issue, but it would have been nice to have been on a higher deck. Read entire member review >>
Cabin service and food service are two of the areas that Carnival still does well, we were very satisfied with both. We enjoyed the balcony, the smoking ban in the rooms and balconies is a definite improvement. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin. Highly recommend the balcony if you can do it. Took some great pictures of the sun rising and setting. Family of 4 enough room for all of us to sleep, get ready and even have a little down time when needed. Great storage departments/cabinets so you can empty out your suitcases and put them under the bed and out of the way. Good location too, quiet! Read entire member review >>
Typical balcony cabin size-wise. This is far forward, and directly underneath the bridge so we did not have a functioning light on the balcony and we had to keep the cabin curtains closed in the evening if our cabin lights were on, so to preserve the bridge staff's night vision. Although we were just one deck above the Ovation Theater, we were far enough forward that we could not hear the music in our cabin -- we must have been behind the backstage area.Overall the cabin was comfortable and convenient for our purposes. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony cabin on deck 6. There was space for the three of us, but thanks to my over packers we were a little squeezed with luggage - and that was with storage space under the bed. Next time we'll try to be on the spa deck or even the Lido. This would have been much more convenient given the amount of time we spent at the pool. Other than that, we liked it. It was mostly quiet except for the occasional noise from the college students getting rowdy in the hall at night. Read entire member review >>
This was a Great Cabin. First time in the front of the ship and I was worried about being above the show stage on Deck 3, 4, 5. There was NO noise at all from anywhere. You could walk straight out the front to a deck and watch coming into port. It was great. The only thing that got old was the long walk to and from dinner each night. That is just being picky and Old. It probably helped walk off a few pounds each day, so I should be grateful. Read entire member review >>
Would get this cabin again in a minute especially on this ship and her sisters. in fact I would have been really upset had I gotten a balcony like I usually get. I have always had balconies on the upper decks usually on lido or empress but usually cruise with only me and my husband. I have been on the Triumph, legend and the glory and they are set up differently than this ship. all the balconies on this ship above the coves are looking down on deck five. people on deck five can see right up on your balcony and into your room except on the very front and very aft of the ship. cabin 2326 is almost exactly midship. hardly any noise except for slamming balcony doors at times. It felt so private and I loved being so close to the water. we even saw a whale and some sharks. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6360 was directly above the Casino and had noise that they fixed, but still opt for a higher deck. The balcony is right above the new extended deck on 5 and not the best for enjoying the sea vistas. Also, cabin 6352 is directly above the men's room at the casino and extremely noisy. Read entire member review >>
6499--- Great room! Long balcony compared to other regular priced balcony. You are in this little cove by your neighbor, so hallway is quiet. You do hear the next door neighbors door slam when they do it. So we tried being cautious of it as well. Read entire member review >>
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