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.
Interior cabin, but plenty of room for two adults. We never felt cramped and, in fact, had more storage space than we needed. You do get some engine noise, which is only really loud when stopping. Good accessible bathroom, with good water pressure in the shower. Be careful of the step up into the bathroom, however! Read entire member review >>
Interior cabin perfect for solo cruiser, with plenty of storage space, good shower size and lots of bathroom shelves. Nice and dark for sleeping - if you want to see what it's like out, turn on TV to ship's front cam view. Deck 9 is very handy - just walk up one flight of stairs to Lido deck for buffet and pools. Walls are very thin - bring earplugs! Read entire member review >>
Inside cabins are always a bit small but well priced so no issues there as its easier to sleep. Take a small clock so you know time of day and whatever you do, always stay on ship's time! Read entire member review >>
It was small bur manageable for the four of us. Probably would work better for small children instead of grown teenagers but we hardly spend any time in the room anyway. As long as the drop down beds were up, you could move around freely. Really needs more drawer space.
Due to the cabin being in the lower part of the ship and in the front, it was a pretty rough sailing. The ship was rocking everywhere you went but more so in our room. Not sure I will ever book that low or that close to the front again.
On a positive note, it was very quite and it was great sleeping in complete darkness! Read entire member review >>
Our room was a typical interior room. A bit more roomy than others that we have had. However we did not like how hot it got in our room. As was the case on the Glory when we sailed on it. I don't know what Carnival's deal is but they don't really give your any AC in your room. Might be better in nicer rooms but that shouldn't be the case if you don't want to be hot in your room you shouldn't have to. Since it was so warm we had a hard time getting a good nights rest. Read entire member review >>
Beds too hard. Had backache 2nd nite out. Hallway sounds loud. Could hear every step. Either all lites on in room or none. Couldn't turn on just part.No intercom in room. Had to open door to hear announcements. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside room at the front of the Main deck. I love feeling the ship rock but the room was so bumpy the one night we had rough seas. It was like a demolition ball hitting our room every few seconds all night. The people at the back and higher decks never felt it. This was only the 2nd time I have had an inside room. I prefer oceanview but chose inside this time to save money. Next time I get a 4B, it will be closer to the back. It was great going down to our room after the shows at night. We did not have far to walk. Read entire member review >>
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