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.
The room had two twin beds and a bunk that pulled down from the ceiling. Interior cabin but didn't feel too small. Three closets were roomy. Was able to hang all my shirts and dresses and kept pants and personal garments in my suitcase under my bed. I just rolled it out, grabbed what I needed, and rolled it back under. The bathroom is small but just right at the same time. The shower had great water pressure. I'm a big person and there was plenty of room and it didn't feel crowded. I have to use a CPAP breathing machine and it barely fit on the tiny nightstand. If you need a machine, call the steward and ask for an extension cord - you'll need it. We utilized every square foot of the room and I'd stay in an interior cabin again. However, because we were one level above some of the clubs, we could hear so music at night but it wasn't too loud. Other than that, the room was really quiet and we didn't hear any neighbors. Read entire member review >>
Absolutely no complaints about the cabin. Our room steward, Komang was TOP NOTCH!! He was the only Carnival Employee who provided consistent, guest centered service. He was on top of everything. He took VERY GOOD care of my wife and I. Read entire member review >>
Do NOT book an inside cabin on Carnival Breeze on Decks 6 or 7 located over the theater. We could hear (loudly) every afternoon rehearsal and every evening performance from our room. The last night of the cruise there was a new show that was even louder, the base was so loud that our walls vibrated. Read entire member review >>
This room is perfect for people who don't stay in their cabin a lot. I don't see the point in paying hundreds of dollars more for a balcony or suite room when I'm never in my cabin. For those of you who enjoy sleeping in pitch black, this is the room for you. Of course, you have lamps by the bed that you can keep on. This stateroom is in the middle of the ship on deck 6, so if the boat is ever rocking you don't feel a thing. One bad thing: when you're in the hallway of deck 6 you do hear a lot of noise whether its coming from the atrium or the casino, which is under on deck 5. But, in the room you hear absolutely nothing. Great room in my opinion. Read entire member review >>
very cozy room! i tend to be claustrophobic and was worried about having an inside cabin but it was no problem at all!! loved the layout with the two bunks overhead for our children! bathroom was nice...overall, excellent room. Read entire member review >>
Lots of storage space, even for 4. An affordable option for a family - a bit cramped but totally acceptable. The beds were really comfy, and the Pullman bumks just fine for the kids! Read entire member review >>
cabin 6375 interior in the interior hallway - convenient to elevators - no cabin across from you - quiet location - connecting cabin - not a lot of foot traffic in hallway. Read entire member review >>
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