Oceanview stateroom with a private balcony and twin beds that convert to a king. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our ships all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
Aft balcony #8468, great room! So glad we booked it. Even though it is an aft-room, the balcony is ‘wider’ than most, so we have ample space for a lounge chair and two regular chairs, plus a small table. Spent a lot of time outside enjoying the view and weather. Only negative was the temp control was broken, it was constantly freezing with no reprieve on getting it fixed, something I was willing to overlook. Read entire member review >>
PERFECT --- AMAZING --- WANT TO LIVE THERE --- Our first balcony so no others to compare it to but loved it! Super clean cabin the beds comfy and great comforter. Plenty of closet space. Balcony was top notch we love aft but everyone has a different location they like and that is ours. We had a tv that was fine not a ton of channels but we just watched the carnival things and they have on the tv where you can view your room charges and your menu in the dining room for that night pretty cool. We requested robes they were nice.
I am forgetting something but that trip is over and we are so excited we are looking at our next one ---thank you carnival for making our first couples cruise such an amazing experience. Read entire member review >>
Aft cabin 9474. Nice location - very convenient to Lido deck activities. We did not hear any noise from the pool deck directly above, and did hear some while on the balcony. This room does have a wider balcony than others. It seems that aft rooms pick up more engine or some other rumble than others. Good experience. Read entire member review >>
Love the aft balcony. Great at night with the churn of the water and as you pull away. Make sure you are 2 decks up from the social areas like the bars to avoid noise and 2 decks down from the Lido deck. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8475. Aft cabin. Covered in black soot. Unable to use the outside deck. Clothes and items left on the back deck were ruined by the soot.
Black soot from the deck was then transferred onto the carpet inside the cabin, onto the bed... everything. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9481 aft was right under the aft lido deck. We encountered no noise in the hallways and heard some moving of the chairs at night but nothing worth talking about. Love the cabin. Super view off our balcony. The boat pulled a little but wasn't bad. We took ginger pills several days before and into our stay on board and never got seasick. A great location. Plenty of closet space and hangers. Loved the robes. The safe was easy to work. This cabin did have a sofa and table. Plenty of room for two. I would book this cabin again. Easy to access the lido deck. We always just took the stairs. Read entire member review >>
The greatest room to select. The room was of average size and enough space for my party of three. The balcony was huge and bigger than most of the other aft extended balcony rooms. Only rarely did you hear noise from Lido directly above. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9478 was AFT balcony just under the lido deck. There was a little noise of scraping chairs above but no bother at all and not at times that were an issue. I loved the over hang above the balcony from the lido deck - kept the smoke away and gave shade when needed. Very spacious room. Read entire member review >>
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