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.
We had to be moved due to the HORRIBLE noise which kept us awake for 4 nights in a row! Ridiculous. Backed onto the Galley for the kitchen. Pots and pans banging at 1:30am, 2am, 3am, 4am???? Took them 4 days and they kept saying they had it resolved. Moved us to R246 which was quiet, however there was a constant sewer smell. Gross ship. Read entire member review >>
Small cabin but adequate overall. We asked for additional hangars and received them promptly. No refrigerator. Door to the hallway let a lot of light in (we covered it with extra bedding). One outlet (we always bring an extension cord). Read entire member review >>
We were four in an interior cabin and it was very tight. However, we were able to use all the storage closets & shelves, for our clothing. The TV was tiny and not visible to all 4 beds. There were no good movies or news stations, of interest, to us.
We were aft on the Main deck. I think it was deck two. Each morning & evening, the cabin shook, as the anchors went up or down. Read entire member review >>
very quiet part of the ship, cabin is comfortable, not a lot of places to sit in the room so you end up lying on the bed. Take a night light. It gets really dark at night. Bathroom is good and comfortable. It is a cruise ship not a hotel. Even though it has better service than a hotel and a lot more fun. Read entire member review >>
I found my interior Cabin, U6 be adequate; the lack of light compared to the suites was obvious, but, in taking a room solo I realized that I would be giving up that luxury. I brought a soft sided cooler in my checked luggage as well as a 12-pack of Dr. Pepper and a bottle of pinot. I placed the items in the cooler, sat it under the sink in the bathroom and left a post-it not asking for it to be filled with Ice. It was filled until the final night. The bathroom initially had an odor that was unpleasant that filled the whole room, but after we were underway it seemed to be contained to a slight sourness in the bathroom only. I will note that I only saw my Steward twice. Read entire member review >>
Our interior room layout seemed very spacious with tons of storage
Shower shampoo & body wash dispenser on shower wall
Nice basket of bath supplies on sink.(Toothpaste, aspirin etc)
Suitcases fit under the bed
Loved the "Cruisin'" or "Snoozin'" door signs Read entire member review >>
Our Cabin was M68. It was an inside cabin and was actually very comfortable. NO noise at all...never heard any in the hallway or anywhere. Very comfortable bed..great room steward service!! Read entire member review >>
The room was a nice size with lots of storage. The bathroom was very small. The hallway was noisy several evenings due to noisy kids running up and down the hallway. I didn't have a problem with the room at all as it was what I expected. Read entire member review >>
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