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 SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
The set up in the cabin was very well organized. The shower was a full square which gave us enough space to shower comfortably. There is a good amount of hanging space as well as shelves to hold folded clothes. In addition to a stool at the 'desk', there was enough room for a comfortable chair. Unlike many newer ships, there were plugs in the lamps over each bed which allowed me to plug in my CPAP without an extension cord. The far wall was disguised as a window with curtains which made the room feel bigger! Read entire member review >>
My cabin was an inside, forward, on the main deck, M16. I liked this room, it was perfectly cold and dark just the way I was hoping. My room steward was wonderful, he was friendly and funny and always available at the same time of day in the morning to wish me a good day, and the same time in the evening to ask how my evening went. Every night I had a new towel animal which I loved. This room was quiet, except for the dropping of the anchor which didn't bother me as I was already awake ready to enjoy the day. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was great for the price. It was more than adequate space - more closet space than we needed. I didn't miss a window at all - except in the mornings when we woke up. It was weird to not be able to know what the weather was like. Someone suggested we just turn on our tv which shows the web cams on lido and on the front of the ship - that helped!
The cabin was a little worn. The ceiling in the shower was peeling, but the stewards kept everything absolutely clean.
Riviera deck is the lowest deck which means you are further from all the action. Next time we'll pay more to have a window and be another couple floors higher (Upper or Empress.) Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a good inside cabin. AC was powerful and cooled well. Beds, pillows, and comforters were good. Bathroom fine with fresh fluffy towels. Shower has free shampoo and bath gel. Quiet room rarely heard any fellow cruisers. Ship will naturally make noise when pulling into port. Elevators were close and worked fine. Rarely long waits. The cabins also have several free samples- razors, toothpaste, breath rite strips, and cream rinse. Flat screen tv was good. Room was outfitted with two retracting beds and could have easily handled a family with two small kids. Read entire member review >>
Our room was very nice and provided adequate space for all we needed. We were actually right around the corner from the Crew Bar but never heard anything from the area. In fact we would have never known it was there except that we had taken the "Behind The Fun" tour and they showed us the bar area. Read entire member review >>
Fascination cabin R219 - Quad cabin, only 4 drawers in cabin. Adequate shelf space, needs more hangers for max occupancy. Location is quiet but you will feel the motion of the ship as this cabin is located in the far aft of the ship on the bottom deck. Read entire member review >>
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