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.
Roomy for us. Just 2 persons. The view is awesome! The first thing I do is throw the curtains back and walk out on the balcony. Morning coffee while listening to the waves and smelling salty air are the things most vacationers dream of. There was nothing more that I needed than what was in my cabin already. A safe, a hairdryer, mini frig, a couch, bed and bath. Oh, and the comfy robes ( if you don't have them in your cabin, just ask your cabin steward). Read entire member review >>
We always have a balcony, but this is the first time we booked on the Lido deck. We decided we liked this location: centrally located and close to food, pools, and entertainment.
Room was very quiet with good storage. Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabin was beautiful, spacious, and clean! While we were a bit disappointed with our overall experience on the Breeze we LOVED everything about our balcony cabin. Our only complaint were the noises overhead while trying to go to sleep. Read entire member review >>
Very small, No chair you have to sit on a bed. Bathroom has the light switch outside the room with a tripping step to get into the room. Every day the room would get real hot. I asked for a fan on the first day and was told they were all out. TV only worked some of the time. The chairs on the balcony take up all the room. One person must climb over just to sit down. Read entire member review >>
We had adjoining rooms on deck 9 (9415 and 9419) and also had the partition between the 2 rooms opened on the balcony. We were 4 floors above the deck that extends out from the ship and wraps around the ship, and 1 floor below the Lido Marketplace. The rooms were on the Starboard side, closer to AFT. They were handy for getting to the Lido Marketplace for the buffet, to the Tides pool at the rear, and to the Pizza Pirate for a late night snack. The rooms were sometimes noisy at night from carts, and in the morning from people walking above as we were below the Lido Marketplace, but we were still able to sleep. Loved having the balcony for the first time, and it's true that once you try the balcony you won't go back to a room without one. There is nothing like getting up in the morning and sitting on your balcony enjoying the breeze and the ocean. The beds were so comfortable! One major thing that was terrible was the smell of sewage many times on the ship and in the hallways. Sometimes it was okay, and other times it was a bit strong (usually days in port). We also would have preferred being able to make the room a bit cooler. Read entire member review >>
Standard Balcony cabin, forward on Lido Deck. Close to all the action, yet quiet as well. Plenty of room for storage and suitcases could fit in the closet or under the bed out of the way. Plenty of room in the safe for I pads and phones. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very clean and is a nice size for 2 people. Our cabin steward, Sony was fantastic. If you are lucky enough to get him as your steward, you won't be disappointed in any way with the service he provides. The only negative thing I have to say is the bed was horrible! Sony brought a mattress pad for the bed that helped some but overall the bed was uncomfortable and needs to be replaced. The balcony has a nice unobstructed view and is big enough for 2 people to sit and enjoy the views. This room is on the Lido deck. You are close to all of the entertainment and elevators but the room is far forward and you do not hear any noise. I loved the location! Read entire member review >>
We had two balcony rooms. 10212 and 10216. We were very happy with our rooms. It was our first time on the LIdo deck. We had rough seas and felt more rocking than usual. If you get sea sick, you would want to avoid these rooms. I have never gotten sea sick before until this cruise. I couldn't enjoy the rocking like I have in the past because of that sea sick feeling. Read entire member review >>
I loved where we were. Right in the middle of the ship. Walk up a floor and you're at the lido. Everything was either a few floors below us or in the front or back of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of room for four people. The balcony is a must for us, and it offered great views at all times of day. Bed was comfortable. Enough closet/drawer space for four people. Bathroom size adequate for cruise ship. Great water pressure in the shower. Very quiet as one or more of us took a nap every day. Read entire member review >>
Decent sized room, loved the balcony, need more soundproofing at the doorways, can hear every noise in the hallways, not enough hangers in the closet be sure to pack extras yourself! Beds & pillows were not great though, bed too hard, pillows too flat. Loved being on the port side as it was much quieter than the starboard & no smoke from the bbq Read entire member review >>
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