Interior (4B): Carnival Breeze Cabin Reviews

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Inside staterooms have twin beds that convert to a king. All staterooms are above ocean level and have carpeting, drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and a color television showing first-run films.

Interior (4B)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 2
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Interior Cabin Reviews
Cabin 6379
Dec 2016
Poor Service By: Tstamps5
Cabin was large and nice. Cabin steward was aweful.
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Cabin 2219
Aug 2016
TERRIBLE. By: BrooksClan418
The cabin was so incredibly small. You literally had space on the floor for 2 people to stand and that was about it. Why they would let 4 people stay in there just because they can physically fit 4 beds in there, is ridiculous. We traveled with 2 adults, a 5 yr old and a 1.5 year old. My 5 yr old was on a bunk attached to the wall and the toddler was in a crib next to my bed. The crib was not comfortable at all and she didnt sleep half of the week. Again, there was practically no floor space. The restroom was average size. The closets were fine and enough to put your clothes in. There was a vanity desk but you could barely even get in front of it. We honestly will never book an interior cabin again, and we will probably never cruise on Carnival again.
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Cabin 2328
Aug 2016
Family Time Fun By: VDART
clean quaint & functional what more do you need?
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Cabin 2438
Apr 2016
Pros: Our cabin was small, obviously, but very comfortable and a great value because we spent more time outside of the cabin than in it. I prefer sleeping in total darkness, so interior cabins are both practical and economical. Wan, our cabin steward, was friendly and cleaned our room twice daily. He also made sure we always had ice. Cons: I wasn't a fan of the cabin's location - being so low and towards the aft meant our room loudly vibrated for roughly 20 minutes every time we entered or left a port. Even deep sleepers will notice, so it's something to keep in mind. Also, (and this might have been a one-off thing) we asked our room steward to empty our fridge on the first night, as we brought on a 12-pack of soda. He said we would need to empty it ourselves and just keep the for-purchase items on the shelf, because he didn't have anywhere to put them. I thought this was really strange and it resulted in just a tad less space available for us to use for other items. Not a big deal, and we weren't charged for anything that we removed from the fridge since we didn't use it. Cabin - Overall Thoughts: A perfectly suitable cabin for anyone who uses their room solely for sleeping or prefers saving money for other expenses (e.g. an excursion). Interior cabins are great for people who like sleeping in pitch black. I'd recommend Deck 2 but would suggest trying to book forward or midship, if possible, and avoiding the loud vibrations associated with the aft.
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Cabin 2446
Feb 2015
Cabin was fine, plenty of room.
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Cabin 1411
Feb 2015
for a interior room it had ample space, lot of closet space and storage room very well decorated, comfortable temps with adjustable thermostat and very comfortable beds. The fridge actually kept our drinks cold
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Cabin 2426
Jan 2015
Christmas Cruise By: mom2tcdx2
Cabin was fine, no noise from above or neighbors. Right near elevators, easy access to other areas of the ship.
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