Oceanview stateroom with a window 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.
Ive never cruised before, but this room was amazing. We had a let out couch, two twin beds they were together like a king but i found out they could be separated by playing around with them. The window is big enough for an adult to sit in and enjoy the ocean which seems it is literally within touching distance. So calming.
There were two bathrooms, one that had a tub, shower and sink. the other bathroom had a shower and sink. (and of course toilets in both). There were so many closets to store stuff in.
It had a flatscreen tv, plenty of outlets and extra large mirror that goes along the wall and two lamps so that you can read without disturbing the other person.
I felt hardly any movements in the room and heard literally no noise, except in the hallway some nights from some guests. I seriously didnt want to leave. The only con was that you had to walk SSOOOOO FAARRR to get to the elevators. But I think it was totally worth it. :) I did a full tour of the room on my youtube channel there are 7 videos i think. Feel free to check it out and let me know what you think https://youtu.be/Y4VWtuba0xk Read entire member review >>
Carnival has some of the largest standard OV cabins of any line. Ours was 220 sf, and had 2 bathrooms! One was smaller, had just a small tub, with shower, and a sink. The other was like all ship bathrooms. But, this made getting ready so easy, as this was a girls trip, Read entire member review >>
The cabin was the very last at the end of the ship. Some vibration but actually very soothing when felt. At ports there was some noise when docking. But overall, we loved it. Very close to the water. Good view. It had a separate bath and shower room. We wouldn't hesitate to get this room again. Read entire member review >>
Great room. Pretty view! You are on the 1st floor so you can really see the water. Only thing is when pulling into ports you can really feel the vibration from them hitting those brakes. 2 bathrooms which was cool. The steward was great about cleaning and they leave cute towel animals on the bed. Read entire member review >>
Nice room for sure. It included a full bath and another small bath with a shower and a sink. It really streamlined things when the kids were getting ready for dinner, etc. The only noticeable downside of being on the first two decks in the aft part of the ship are the stern thrusters that are used on port days. I've never experienced the level of noise and vibration like this before due to the thrusters. Wow! The first day we thought something had gone terribly wrong and were genuinely worried. It will rattle you awake and roust you up from a solid sleep around 7 am or whenever port time is. I have no idea why it's that way, but others on the ship complained too. I'd recommend something mid-ship or on a higher deck for that reason. The room itself was ample and great though. The beds were super comfortable, and their was plenty of closet/storage space for the three of us. Read entire member review >>
This cabin has the benefit of a second bathroom, consisting of a sink and a junior tub/shower. Nice to have 2 showers. We enjoyed having the window to look out of, especially while navigating through the oil platforms as we went through the gulf near the Mississippi delta. There is a small amount of noise in the main bathroom due to there being a mixing valve located behind the shower/toilet area. We were curious as to the gurgling noise so we looked at the door next to ours and it was an access door for some type of valve. Not a nuisance, just commenting. There were four closets, which was very nice as there were three of us. We had a king size bed and a couch that doubled as a twin bed. No complaints at all with the room. As usual, our room steward was very good and met our requests quickly. The room was very convenient to the Encore Lounge, but was on the other end of the ship from our dining room. Very convenient to the elevators. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was not what we expected. This room was huge. We had an OV an the Riviera deck. a bathroom with a tub and a sink and a bathroom with a stand up shower, toilet and a full vanity. Couch and coffee table and big bed was a very very nice room! Room 1416 Read entire member review >>
Perfect location for quiet and for getting to and from dinner and shows. The ramp for debarking was one floor under us so we walked it with ease. We LOVED the two bathrooms, more for the two sinks than for the tub we never used. We were on Riviera in an ocean view. Big cabin. Plenty of storage room. I am a little tired of Carnival's orange decor. Looks like someone from Target did the room. Do not choose 1220, 1221, 1222 because of phone issues. We were in 1220. The weird cove balconies were not worth the money and main floor has a lot of noise overhead. Read entire member review >>
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