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.
CABIN - We stayed in room 6317 which is an inside room. Our friends stayed in 6299 which they said they could hear noise from atrium so don't stay in room over atrium. Our room was very quiet until the last night when idiots next to us decided they should make lots of noise in the hall. Plenty of room & didn't feel small, lots places to put clothes, bathroom great size, put luggage under bed. Even though it was an inside room, we were very happy. We also brought our fan which made a difference. Has little fridge - we paid online before leaving to have some cans soda and water delivered to our room - they were slow getting it to us but they were very busy - this is completely worth paying money to do this and not bring it on especially since it took us 1.5 hours to get on the ship Read entire member review >>
This was our third cruise on the Dream and we selected an interior cabin. We spend very little time in the cabin and interior works for use. Our cabin was as expected, the accommodations in very good condition. Also, our cabin steward, Arnold, provided us excellent service. Read entire member review >>
Room was really narrow, almost felt claustrophobic without a window. The fridge did not get very cold. We were able to store the suitcase under the bed and utilize the closets for our clothes. The closet with the life vests smelled like sea weed, so we didn't put any of our clothes in that one. The beds were comfortable enough - we were always tired by the time we got back to the room. Read entire member review >>
Ours was an inside cabin. It was a good size, held comfortably two twin beds, a desk, extra chair, and small refrigerator. The room also had TWO closets with sufficient hangers and many, many drawers. Unpacking and putting your things away was not a problem at all. The bathroom was an okay size, nothing spectacular, but certainly okay. We were close to the elevator, which is what we prefer and the cabin was very quiet at night. TV reception was good, but the shows available were lacking.The decor was very lovely and the fact that the room did not have a porthole was not a problem at all. Actually we never noticed that there wasn't a window. At bedtime it was better not to have the opening to the outside, it made it darker and better for sleep. In the morning you were not awoken by the light, which suits us just fine. I've been on seven cruises and on all but the first, I have had an inside cabin. Will continue to book inside cabins on future cruises. Read entire member review >>
The berth seemed nice although the refrigerator did not work. that seemed to be the only issue. We did not report the problem. We would not have used it even if it did work. Read entire member review >>
9222 Interior. It was a quiet location, but you heard everything around you. I pretty much heard our whole neighbors phone conversation one time. It guess it could be a problem if you room is by the elevators/stairs. Read entire member review >>
It's a small inside cabin that can sleep 2 adults and 2 kids easily, but snugly. Not much privacy, so getting dressed/showered takes planning and taking turns. Slept great in the dark, dark room. Read entire member review >>
8338 Inside Cabin Midship. Good cabin, not noisy, close to elevator. Little movement from ship. Of course it was tiny but space was used well...we had ample space for the two of us with storage to spare. Only has one outlet. Could use a little more desk space at times if anything. I found that being midship was nice at times because you were never too far from things, but it can also be very confusing...being an inside cabin you can get turned around easy and not know which way to head out of your room and end up going the wrong direction...or forget which way you came from, etc .... I felt we were constantly going the wrong direction and back tracking. Might need to keep a map with you and circle your location if you have a room midship to keep from getting turned around....took us 3 or more days to realize where everything was located to us and we were still getting confused from time to time....and we usually have good spacial awareness. Read entire member review >>
Somewhat noisy. At night around 10-12pm you can hear the band that is on deck 5 mid-ship. You really can't "hear" but you can hear the rumble of the base from the drums and sound system. Probably not the quietest place on the ship, but it was never anything that made it hard for me to sleep. Often times the noise/vibration from the ships engines was worse than they music/bass. But I did notice it. Those who are extremely light sleepers may consider another location. Read entire member review >>
We had room 7426 an inside room near the rear stairs. It was not a typical inside room, it was turned so that the bed was parallel with the ship rather than perpendicular like a typical inside, this allowed for more space in the room. Read entire member review >>
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