Interior
Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

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Interior (4D) Cabin Reviews

Ecstasy is aging... : Cabin M232
Sail Date: November 2017
Typical Carnival setup with two beds made into a queen and two drop-down twins. Read More
Typical Carnival setup with two beds made into a queen and two drop-down twins. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
I have been on a dozen cruises. This was by far the worst. I had to call guest services twice for clean towels. My room Stewart did one turn down service in five days, and yes just one towel animal. I DO NOT advise pre-paying gratuities, ... Read More
I have been on a dozen cruises. This was by far the worst. I had to call guest services twice for clean towels. My room Stewart did one turn down service in five days, and yes just one towel animal. I DO NOT advise pre-paying gratuities, or the crew will take advantage of you Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
Old, outdated, broken light, non-labeled dispensers in the shower, only 1 working outlet, rust, tiny scratchy towels. Beds were fine. Read More
Old, outdated, broken light, non-labeled dispensers in the shower, only 1 working outlet, rust, tiny scratchy towels. Beds were fine. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
It was a basic interior cabin. No bells or whistles. It was clean and room steward kept thing neat. Read More
It was a basic interior cabin. No bells or whistles. It was clean and room steward kept thing neat. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
Cabin: We stayed on Empress (deck 7) forward, cabin E11. The cabin was what we expected, fine for 2 people to maneuver. However, if you are a light sleeper, it could be troublesome. The cabin is located directly under the Blue Sapphire ... Read More
Cabin: We stayed on Empress (deck 7) forward, cabin E11. The cabin was what we expected, fine for 2 people to maneuver. However, if you are a light sleeper, it could be troublesome. The cabin is located directly under the Blue Sapphire Theater where you can hear lots of "thumping and bumping" during late night shows, if you happen to be in your cabin, which we were. You also hear the early morning noises of coming into port, creaking and moaning of anchor or whatever it is that is located Forward. Very, very loud. Our steward, Slam, was wonderful. Very gracious, tidied our cabin quickly and left fun towel animals almost every day. Sidenote: The last day of the cruise, our sail and sign cards quit working as keys for our cabin. A steward down the hall came to try her master and it worked. Ours just flashed red. She contacted the technician right then and there and asked that he come check our lock. My disabled mother had broken her toe earlier that day so was just wanting to lay down for a bit. They let us in our room so she could rest. A while later, we decided to walk to the casino to pass the time until the technician would arrive. Two hours later (three hours since call placed to technician) and my mother tried to get in our cabin. The lock still wouldn't work. At this point she was in so much pain that tears ran down her face; I had her sit on the stairs closest to Guest Services (no benches available in that area) while I ran over to Guest Services. Iris was wonderful. She called and requested immediate attention for our situation. She expressed sincere concern for my mother and her pain. When I returned to my mom, a young man, Josh, part of the Entertainment Staff, had walked by mom, stopped, knelt to her level and was gently stroking her hand and comforting her while she cried. He was the kindest young man we have ever encountered while traveling. He helped me guide my mother back to our cabin at a snail's pace, laughing and talking softly the whole way. Iris walked with us also. My mom hugged him when he left us. Carnival has two gems in Iris and Josh. I'm writing directly to Carnival to commend them. Read Less
Worst Cruise EVER! : Cabin e299
Sail Date: March 2016
Way too small and sheets were dirty and never changed until we put them in the hall. YELLOW SINK AND SHOWER WATER Read More
Way too small and sheets were dirty and never changed until we put them in the hall. YELLOW SINK AND SHOWER WATER Read Less
Carnival Ecstasy : Cabin E56
Sail Date: January 2016
Stateroom E56: This is a handicap interior room by a noisy crew entrance and crew stairwell. During the course of the cruise I had to use ear plugs to get sleep but otherwise for being an insanely cheap room, it was huge for one person! ... Read More
Stateroom E56: This is a handicap interior room by a noisy crew entrance and crew stairwell. During the course of the cruise I had to use ear plugs to get sleep but otherwise for being an insanely cheap room, it was huge for one person! Upon arrival to my cabin I also had four 12 packs of water I ordered in the Fun Shops. The cabin steward was very nice and friendly but inquisitive as to why I wanted so much water. The desk was full of water. Since I was in a handicap cabin, there was tons of space to move around but that also meant the same for water in the shower. There’s no lip to handicap bathroom showers and so when you take a shower you end up washing the whole bathroom floor too! That was a constant pain but the steward left extra towels knowing I’d need them to mop up the excess water. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2015
Cabin was falling apart. Shower head difficult to adjust. TV view obstructed from one bunk bed. Closet was missing pieces. Read More
Cabin was falling apart. Shower head difficult to adjust. TV view obstructed from one bunk bed. Closet was missing pieces. Read Less

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