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Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Interior (4D)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
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Interior Cabin Reviews
Cabin r118
May 2017
The cabin is like a small hotel room. I was lucky as I got the last room since I booked late. I was on the lowest level in an interior room. A couple of small beds, bathroom, TV, desk area, closet, safe, the basics. I was in the lowest floor for guest cabins. getting an elevator was never a long wait, and I ofter took the stairs.
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Cabin R103
Feb 2017
Cabin was more spacious than similar cabins on newer ships, but the shower drain definitely had some issues. The bathroom floor flooded every time we took a shower. Benny the room steward was awesome. We had requested ice and an extra towel and he took care of us the whole cruise.
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Cabin M21
Aug 2015
Very Good Trip By: wannagonow123
Cabin was very large. Steward did an ok job, but did not go that extra step to get an additional tip from us. No introduction until evening. Asked for ice bucket to be filled daily. We ended up going to lido to get our own.
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Jun 2015
The cabins were very nice! beds and linens were very comfortable! I did not spend much time here though due to the location being on the very bottom of the ship and with the rough seas it was actually easier to find a spot to nap on deck at night.
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Cabin U147
Mar 2015
The room was a bit larger than I expected and the bed was very comfortable. We didn't even notice that our king-size bed was actually two twins pushed together. The "individual climate control" was a vent above the bed that could be opened wide or narrowed. My 5'9" husband had to stand on a chair to reach it.The bathroom had a faint smell, much like a bus or train toilet. Apparently, the flush button used to be automatically activated when leaning back, so that has been fixed with braces on the seat. Now, the lid suddenly slams before you can lower it yourself. Although the water pressure in the shower is just okay, the shower head is detachable, which makes up for it. There is a plug outlet in the bathroom.There was plenty of storage - we nested two suitcases and stored them in the long closet cabinet. The other went under the bed. With a small chest of drawers and three cabinet closets, we were able to hang up and store all of our clothing (and we brought too much).Just like any hotel, we had to stuff a towel under the 1/2 inch crack under the door to keep out the noise of people passing by and talking loudly. We asked for two extra pillows, giving us six down stuffed pillows, one of which I molded over my head. I slept like a baby! Having an inside cabin with no window, we slept ten hours some nights, only waking when we were truly rested.At times, there was no answer when we tried to call the steward for our room. We always got him eventually, though. We asked for ice on the first night and he kept the ice bucket replenished every day thereafter. The beds are made and bathrooms cleaned twice a day, during breakfast and dinner!I did feel a bit cramped and didn't enjoy hanging out in the room. Next time we will pay a bit extra for a balcony room - I think it will be worth it.
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Cabin U91
Dec 2014
Great Windy Cruise By: yashu
Room was very quite but cold as the ship has no heat.Stewart has plenty of covers to keep your bed warm.
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Dec 2014
Fun on the Fantasy By: Pink flamingo52
Cabin was fine, plenty of room. Bathroom set up was sufficient. Room was always clean.
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Cabin U-92
Nov 2014
She never disappoints By: tip.n.ring
The interior rooms on deck 6 {main} in the area of the grand suites are "turned sideways" to make room for the size of the grand suites across the hall. We had ours set up as a king size bed but that puts one sleeper up against the wall and forces that sleeper to move to the foot of the bed to exit (watch out for the TV shelf) or climb over the other sleeper. We asked our steward to make up our beds 90° off so the heads of both were up against the wall. Solved. It allowed for a nice sitting area near the TV to eat our room service in the A.M. No it isn't convenient to watch the TV from the bed at this angle, but what do you need TV for on a cruise ship?
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Sep 2013
Save Your Money By: ronnmaryc
Our inside cabin was spacious and afforded the accommodations sufficient for our needs. Since there were only two, the closet space held all we brought, but would have been a tight squeeze had there been 3 or 4. Shower was sufficient and it was a convenience for the ship to have soap and shampoo dispensers in the shower. The television was sufficient, but the programming was less than acceptable, but in frequency and selection. We did have some noisy neighbors, but that's typical for an inside cabin on an inexpensive Carnival cruise. Wasn't the first time and probably won't be the last. The bed was very comfortable and our steward was the best on we ever had on any cruise we have taken in the past. This was the first time I over tipped the steward.
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Cabin E100
Jun 2011
Typical of inside cabins. Had a cute little framed in "window" with a curtain to give you the impression of having a window, although it was an inside room. Could use a couple more drawers, but really enough room for all our stuff. Bathroom could use more counter space, maybe the shelves could be a bit deeper, but we made it work.
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Cabin E209
Mar 2011
Empress deck inside cabin aft. It was older and dated but clean and adequate. The bathroom seemed larger or better set up than others we have had. The cabin did not have a couch just a chair. The beds are typical Carnival comfy and the vanity and closet space was more than adequate. The location was great. Aft elevators were steps from cabin. Three decks up entrance to Window of the Seas, Serenity deck (have to go through Window and down steps) or Lido pool area, two decks up Majestic Bar and Forum Lounge, one deck up Jubilee dining room. A short walk down the Empress deck to the Atrium where Atrium bar, guest services and shore excursion counters are, up one deck to photos, Celebration Dining room, piano bar, stores and Universe Lounge, and up one more deck to Promenade and Casino.
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Cabin 242
Dec 2010
Beds fold out of the wall, like Murphy beds. Toilet smells, all the time. Room was a nice size for 4 people, maintenance crew is AMAZING!!
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Cabin E243
Jun 2010
This room has pull down bunks in the wall to sleep four adults. We chose to have the double bed remain a double for sleeping, so one couple could be together at night. It made late night trips to the bathroom a bit of an adventure, but we felt it was worth it. You can tell you're in the back of the ship. Two nights we had some rough seas and we really swayed. If you are prone to seasickness, but need a room that sleeps more than two, book early and get one closer to the middle.
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Cabin E205
Jul 2008
Fantasy 2008 =) By: Puggy2009
Great room for just my sister & I. We had enough space for everything =)
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