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.
Our cabin was roomy, clean and comfortable. While the window in our room was big enough for two of us to sit in, we will be booking a balcony next time so that I can have my coffee delivered in the morning and enjoy the open air while the kids are still snoozing. The double bathroom floor plan was a fantastic surprise! Two sinks and two showers in two separate rooms were Godsends for a family of four in one cabin.
Mario, our steward, was warm, friendly and funny! He knew our names right away and was genuinely committed to making sure we were happy and comfortable. He even found some super glue for my daughter! What a dear person. I think about him often and smile when I think of him and our dinner team seeing their families again after such a long stint on the ship. Read entire member review >>
We had a lower deck Ocean View With plenty of room. The second bathroom was a surprise. It had a small tub with a shower and a sink. The other one was the normal sink/toilet/shower layout. Our cabin was clean and well tended by our steward. Read entire member review >>
our cabin was very roomy for four people, we had a bath and a half which was a first for us!!! we meet our room stewart and introduced ourselves and made our requests known and the vacation started!!! our stewart was very kind to us and did a good job taking care of us. cabin was keep clean daily once a day. towels were always plentiful, our refrigerator did not keep cool but that was no big problem, overall i couldn't ask for a better room for four full sized people!!!! Read entire member review >>
The two bathrooms make a big difference in getting ready for bed. Things left to dry in them will take two days to dry, unless you can contrive to get the doors to remain open. When coming into port, the cabin crib for our son would rattle. It was metal. The sound proofing between the cabins is almost non existent. The party girls next door woke us up with their whoops and laughter more than our son's crying could have possibly disturbed them. Sad when a baby makes less noise than partying adults. If you are walking and talking in the hallways, everyone in their cabins can hear each word you say. Read entire member review >>
Lots of space 2 bathrooms. Beds were comfortable the was plenty of storage Jono our attendant was the best attendant in the 7 cruises that I have been on. Cabin was always spotless when we came back with a towel animal. I can't say enough for how he was always available to and never had to look beyond your door if you needed anything. I think the man was in the hall 24/7 and would immediately respond to whatever you needed. He was a 10 on a cruise that was a 5/10 All staff on this ship were great. I was happy with the cabin very comfortable and relaxing. Read entire member review >>
This was our first DELUXE oceanview. There is an extra closet and a second bathroom with a tub and sink. Otherwise, it's the same as a regular oceanview stateroom. I do wish that the bathrooms would have a fan, or better ventilation, as every shower would fog up the mirror and your wet swim shorts or bathing suit would still be damp overnight.
Our stateroom is located under the Shore Excursion desk, so there was no noise above us. We dd have noisy neighbours in the 2242, who would argue and fight. Our cabin steward forgot the Fun Times and chocolates on the first night's turn down service. Otherwise, he was good. Read entire member review >>
Great location with easy stair access to Lobby deck for shows, etc in the Encore Lounge. Never heard the elevators thought they were very close to this room. Spacious enough for 3 but disappointed in small porthole that was dirty the entire week. Heard random noises at night but not too loud. The extra bathroom came in handy because of DD and DS needing privacy from one another. Perfect for teens to stay in. The twin beds seemed harder as the days went on. Would stay in same type of stateroom again but on a higher deck. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was like any other outside cabin across the Carnival Cruise line fleet, with the addition of a separate washroom and a bathroom. Having these two rooms to get ready in the morning and before dinner was wonderful. The beds were comfortable and there was adequate living space and storage. The cabin steward kept the room nice and clean every night and I could always expect a towel animal on my bed after dinner and the show.
Here is a tour of the room: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrzOTbkayLk Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2485 is a great oversized oceanview - I would book it again! There are two large windows in the room and 2 bathrooms. There is a standard bathroom and a bathroom with a small tub and sink. 4 closets and plenty of storage. The room is noisy with vibrations and mechanical sounds when docking and leaving a port. There was one day we were docked in Costa Maya and you could the waves crashing against the hull of the ship-it was very windy that day. The was no noise from the dining room above. Read entire member review >>
1339 - This cabin is the family deluxe ocean view that comes with two separate showers and sink areas (just one toilet). We had one king bed and bunk beds set up. This was a quiet place to be and we had no complaints about the room. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 1345 which is a Deluxe Ocean View, this room was very roomy the extra 1/2 bath came in handy. There is plenty of storage for all clothes and luggage to be stored under bed. Read entire member review >>
1365 and 1367 Adjoining cabins, each with two bathrooms. The first bathroom has a bathtub/shower and vanity, the second has a toilet, shower and vanity. The rooms each have four closets, three for hanging garments, one lined with shelves. A chest of drawers, plus ample drawer space beneath the sofa and two small cabinet night stands all provide plenty of storage. The location was equally spaced between the mid-ship and aft elevators, and was quiet. Read entire member review >>
Loved this room. Lots of storage. Loved view of the ocean. Second bathroom not useful for us at all. Second bathroom has sink and short child sized tub/shower. Even with more people would prefure second toilet instead of tub but could be useful if you have small children who need to use a bath tub or if you have people who need a second place to change clothes- otherwise too small to be useful. Read entire member review >>
Huge closet, window was cleaned at mid point of cruise,they washed the outside. I cleaned the inside on first day, I figured right in that housekeeping didn't do windows or vacuum floors of cabin. Read entire member review >>
Oceanview with large porthole. This room is a deluxe size , little larger than other rooms . Made to sleep 4. We had 4 adults and all slept comfortably. now just not enough room to spend any great amount of time unless laying on the bed. Two bathrooms. One with toilet, both with shower and sinks. Closet space was good. Each of us had own closet and stored our suitcases either in the bottom of closet or under beds. Close to elevators and in middle of ship. Felt very little movement of ship on 1st floor. Read entire member review >>
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