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.
Our cabin was clean. It had plenty of closet/shelf/storage space. We were glad previous cruisers left several hangers. Cabin 11277 is at the end of the hallway, closest to the area which overlooks the party/pool area of the Lido deck. The balcony is partially visible to anyone standing in the corner of the open deck. We could hear noise from the Lido activities but we expected it and were not bothered (much) by it. We felt the proximity to so many activities and dining on deck 10, made the occasional noise worth it. I would choose that cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin situated near the middle elevators on the ship! last time we were right by the back on deck 7. I liked this better, thank you travel agent. Oh the higher your deck is the quicker you get off the ship! good point to remember! the higher decks get off sooner. Read entire member review >>
Outstanding!!!! Best cabin we have ever been in. Location, location, location!!! Beautiful colors blue and cream. One deck up and 20 feet from the main pool. Three minute round trip to the ice cream machine. Thirty seconds from the Blue Iguana tequila bar. You can be the first one in the pool in the morningFive or 6 cabins away from the atrium elevators which makes it really convenient especially If one has a disability. The balcony could be a little larger but am not complaining. If you are in to taking pictures deck 11 puts you much higher than any of the building in the ports and I got some outstanding pictures tat look like aerial shots. Next cruise I will try to book this cabin or one near it for sure. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 11273 was a reasonably convenient location, as only a few steps out of our cabin and we emerged on a platform with a stairwell which led down to the Lido Deck, and from there to Guy Fieri's Burger Bar, the Blue Cantina buffet, the main pool and the Lido deck open area. A few more steps and you're into the Lido Marketplace where the buffet areas are located. One not so great thing was that being near the bow of the ship, it was always a very long walk to the stern area, to the Tides Bar, or the Tandoor Grill and the aft Lido pool area.
The cabin is adequately equipped although decorated in Carnival's new "plain vanilla" design. Plenty of room for storage, nice balcony area, a couch to sit on, and all bathroom amenities quite adequate.
Aside from the fairly convenient location, however I wouldn't stay in this cabin again because of the noise from the Lido Deck. We were the second cabin away from Lido open deck area and this of course is where all the late-night partying goes on. Although the room is fairly well sound-proofed, I was awakened a couple times at night from the noise. And trying to enjoy some quiet time on the balcony was often nigh impossible, even during the afternoons, because of the distracting noise from the Lido deck activities. Read entire member review >>
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