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.
Was nice enough other than problem with shower flooding bathroom if you stayed in shower longer than 2 minutes (we used spa shower instead). Location was good and relatively quiet despite being on lido deck. Read entire member review >>
We did book an interior room on the Lido deck for the first time. Again, the extra cost is minimal ($150 -$300) and also very worth it. Including grandparents we had three rooms all right next to each other, 10280, 10284 and 10288. When there was a late night party, our kids in room 10288 could hear a lot of noise. I was in room 10284 and I could hear it a little bit. My mom was in room 10280 and could not hear it at all. So my advice is to not be the room right on the very end next to the pool if you are worried about noise – but don’t be afraid to be close to the end because it is very convenient. When you are on Lido you are right there next to the action all of the time. You can grab a cup of coffee or a glass of water very easily. I just loved it. My husband was afraid we could feel movement up that high, but not at all – smooth sailing. Read entire member review >>
We had two inside cabins 7442 and 7446 on the Empress Deck. This is a great spot in the aft of the ship because it is located between two decks that are all staterooms so there is very little noise in this area. The cabin had plenty of hangers for our clothes. It had the hair dryer in the vanity drawer. I believe there was only one outlet on the vanity for a curling iron. The beds were good and the pillows were good. We were on deck 7 in the aft so in the morning, we were able to go down a few decks to the open seating breakfast (Scarlet dining room) which was really convenient. Read entire member review >>
Great room. Adequate space in bathroom. Biggest complaint is the first closet bar runs front to back instead of left to right. Trying to get clothes out of that closet was really hard and not a good design. Very good location. Close enough and far enough from elevators. Air conditioning blows super cold. Read entire member review >>
I do think the beds are very uncomfortable. I know the inside cabins are suppose to be small; but people are bigger now and need more room. It would also be nice if there was a chair in the room; so every time you sit down it's not on the bed. People with smaller children might want an option for a small bathtub instead of a shower.
*Hallways are very noisy and no one seems to really watch the teens running up and down the hall. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 10285 and I loved it. The location of it was great. It was an inside cabin but I love being where the action is taking place. If you don't like noise this cabin is not for you but it was excellent for us. Plenty of closet space. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin, #9225, was an inside cabin with two twin beds pushed together for us. It is an average cabin, and the location is at the front of the ship, pretty close to the elevators and stairs. The cabin was standard Carnival issue, however we were surprised at how thin the walls were. We had a couple next door that argued all of the time, in another language, and we tired of that quite quickly! Read entire member review >>
Loved Lido Deck Cabin. There is a secret Door at the very front of the Lido deck hallway on the very front. It will take you outside on the very front of the ship where no one is at. It is secluded no one knows how to get there and there is only one way there from the very front of the lido deck. If you find it you will have a nice private place when leaving Port Canaveral. Read entire member review >>
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