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.
Standard Carnival balcony room. Plenty of closet space and ample shelves in the bathroom. Extra storage under the sofa. (Two large drawers). Two outlets are in the cabin. Close to the middle elevators but we did hear running sounds late at night. It sounded as if it was coming from the deck above but it may have been in the hallway. Overall, the convenience of the location outweighed the noise. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6246 is a great balcony with an awesome view and close to 12 elevators. Only downside, you hear EVERYTHING in the theater below. While this normally isn't a problem, when you're sick as can be, that's the last thing you want to hear.
Our cabin steward, Made' and I Made', we're family members from Indonesia. They were so caring. Checking on me several times a day, bringing blankets and towels, refilling ice buckets, water bottles and thoroughly cleaned my cabin daily from top to bottom. Read entire member review >>
Great location! Lido deck is the best. Just a little noise from the elevator and activities going on at night, but wasn't too bad. Comfortable bed, but the shower was not large. I would say that the four of us did ok, but it wasn't spacious. Plenty of space under the bed for 4 large suitcases. There is a laundrette just slightly down the hall. You couldn't hear the equipment. You don't need quarters--just use your sail and sign card. We brought little detergent packets--but they sell what you need. Only needed to do one load. It is quite popular and I would say there aren't enough machines for the demand. Read entire member review >>
The balconies are perfect on deck 10 Lido. 10283 was the third room from the pool area on the starboard side. We were twenty steps from the pool area and almost adjacent to the atrium. We never ate our meals in the restaurants as it was almost closer to our balcony as it were to a table. We rarely encountered any noise or disruptions, with the exception being faint music from the deck parties that ended by 11 pm. This deck is located high enough from the outdoor Lanai promenade that it isn't a privacy issue. Our ocean view was not bothered at all by it's presence below. The hallway was VERY quiet and we rarely encountered anyone out there but the room steward. When entering the deck from the pool, there are two doors hidden in a corner that lead to the guest stateroom that are almost hidden, so there is virtually no foot traffic in the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Quiet room. Good balcony. Adequate closet, needs more hangers. Bathroom, no soap dish. Loud PA system. Twin beds pushed together had a seam in the middle to navigate. Safe code buttons were tricky, first button pressed did not register. Read entire member review >>
Balcony cabin 10277 wonderful space lots of storage staff was the best . location was great lido deck door to hall way from lido kept all traffic out and we did not hear any noise even had to open cabin door to listen to announcements. The laundry room is on other side of this floor but only two machines so very hard to get to as people visiting lido use them you don't need coins anymore as you use your sign and sale card 3.25 per load the wifi is expensive and we found it was better(faster) to use ship computers located on lido in hallway rather than use our own in cabin Read entire member review >>
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