Interior
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.

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Interior (4F) Cabin Reviews

My last Dream! : Cabin 7356
Sail Date: November 2015
The bunk was left folded down from the ceiling daily and I managed to hit my head on it daily! The room was beyond tiny! Read More
The bunk was left folded down from the ceiling daily and I managed to hit my head on it daily! The room was beyond tiny! Read Less
Sail Date: May 2015
Great inside cabin. We usually go for an inside cabin because we are only there to sleep and change clothes... I'm sure if they offered me a balcony I would take it, but, I'm perfectly happy in an inside cabin. Read More
Great inside cabin. We usually go for an inside cabin because we are only there to sleep and change clothes... I'm sure if they offered me a balcony I would take it, but, I'm perfectly happy in an inside cabin. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2012
I have one complaint. But its with carnival not with the dream. We always travel in balconies. This time we booked interior. They said balcony is 185 sq ft and interior is 185 sq ft. That is not true at all. We will take that up with ... Read More
I have one complaint. But its with carnival not with the dream. We always travel in balconies. This time we booked interior. They said balcony is 185 sq ft and interior is 185 sq ft. That is not true at all. We will take that up with carnival. But where in balcony room u have a couch, table, king beg, vanity, two nightstands and room to walk. In interior we had king bed vanity nightstands and no room to walk. What happened to sitting area. There is no way the rooms are the same size at 185 sq ft. Live and learn but we are never going interior again. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2012
We had cabin 7286 on the Empress deck. Great room. We had never been on the Dream before and had never taken an interior cabin on a 7 nighter, we always take a balcony. The location is great, very near the Atrium elevators, but not so ... Read More
We had cabin 7286 on the Empress deck. Great room. We had never been on the Dream before and had never taken an interior cabin on a 7 nighter, we always take a balcony. The location is great, very near the Atrium elevators, but not so close as to be noisy. Empress is a great deck as the most experienced stewards are on this deck (as are the best suites.) Had an issue with shower drain that was quickly taken care of. We we pleasantly surprised that the room was big enough for a 7 night stay. Overall.....I would reserve a balcony on future 7 night cruises. The interior is completely adequate and probably a much better value, but we are spoiled with balcony rooms. Read Less

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