Inside stateroom with 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.
This was a handicap end room very close to pool, at pool in 30 seconds great location.!! Huge shower do to handicap room. As indicated above service in room was not the best, as it was only cleaned once per day and my ice bucket was not always freshly filled in evening.
But it was just me in room so the cleaning twice was not a huge deal. But don't keep raising gratuities if you cut back service. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was as expected for a normal interior, only issue was the bed was hard and the seam was very pronounced where it was put together. Never had an issue with this before. Read entire member review >>
We chose a lower, interior room for price and to help with motion sickness; however, when we tried to book a room mid-ship we were told the only available room was at the rear of the ship. There was a lot of noise and movement.The room was small but cozy and big enough for the two of us. Our Steward was great! Read entire member review >>
We always select an interior cabin as it provides the best value for the money. It is very spacious for 2 people with lots of closet space. Cabin 1457 is the very back cabin on deck 1 starboard side. The air conditioning did not work as well as expected, the room always seemed a little warmer than it should be. One night grey water was coming up the shower drain for about an hour but went right back down each time. The cabin is also located close enough to the stern thruster that each time we arrived in a Port we could hear them in use and it would wake us up. Read entire member review >>
The room was quiet and large enough for three people. lots of closet space and shelves in the bathroom make storing your personal hygiene nice and neat. The beds were comfy. Read entire member review >>
Pretty quiet, yet centrally located on Deck 7 forward, very close to the Atrium and Encore theater on Deck 5. It is just a short walk down the hall to a very heavy door out to the front of the ship for an amazing view of what is ahead in the water. Read entire member review >>
As in interior cabin, it was much more spacious than we ever imagined. Being at the far back end of the ship, you have easy access to the main, buffet dining room for breakfast, but most other parts of the ship are a hike. Tremendous vibration in the room as you pull into ports, but think of it as a built in alarm clock. Would definitely be happy with that cabin again. Read entire member review >>
9320 is an interior room for 2. It was small (144 sq. ft. including the shower and closets), with no sitting area other than at a small desk. Since it was right below the Lido deck, which had the main pools and outdoor public areas and the buffet cafeterias, it was at the same time convenient, but noisy at night if there was an activity like Dance night being staged. That night the room was noisy till 1130 pm, sounding like the Dance of the Elephants was taking place over our heads. Read entire member review >>
The inside cabin on deck six 6453 was very nice with tasteful decor and plenty of closet space. It was not overly large but certainly comfortable. The bathroom was spacious with nice counter space and storage. The condition of the room was excellent and the cabin steward did a terrific job. The linens were very nice and the bed was comfortable. The lighting was good in general and their were lights flanking the mirror over the desk. The cabin food service was very good and on time. We had a refrigerator and a safe as well. Read entire member review >>
Our room was great. We had enough closet and drawer space to get all our clothes put away and there was plenty of room under the beds to store the luggage. The bathroom had plenty of room and was clean as it could be every day! We liked being fairly close to the elevators too! Read entire member review >>
We were happy with our cabin, but not the location so much. It was roomy and we had plenty of closet space. But being on the 1st floor Aft section, the room would shake like crazy any time were were pulling in or out of a port. It was very loud. Would not book a room in this section again. Read entire member review >>
I was in Cabin 2452 and it was your typical inside cabin. I however would not recommend this cabin to anyone. It is at the aft of the ship and quit loud with lots of vibration. Read entire member review >>
There is only ONE PLUG!!!!!!!!! Make sure to bring an adaptor. Although this ship did have hair dryers (not like the other carnival ships I've been on). Otherwise, it's a standard Carnival room. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 2471 which was located on Deck 2 (Main deck) Aft. The beds were comfortable and the shower felt so good. The room was cute and comfortable, but the walkway was too tight. If one of us was in the closet looking for something to wear and the other had to use the bathroom, it was irritating because we both had to move. There was a lot of noise in the hallway due to the vent on the bottom of the cabin door. We also heard the motor when arriving/leaving port, which caused our whole room to shake. There was also only one electrical outlet in the room. We wanted to plug in an alarm clock so we'd know what time it was but couldn't because we needed the outlet for other things. It can get very dark in an interior room and you lose track of time and sometimes feel like you're living in a cave. Finally, we smelled sewage a lot on Deck 2. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small but quite clean and the beds were extremely comfortable. I got better sleep on the cruise than I have had in years. The steward was very friendly and attentive and did a great job with the towel animals. Read entire member review >>
Room was a bit small for 2 people, not a lot of room for baggage etc since clostes were stuffed with extra blankets and pillows.
Walls are paper thin and normal speaking can be heard through the door. Read entire member review >>
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