Interior (4D): Carnival Fascination Cabin Reviews

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17 Reviews
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.

Interior (4D)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
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Interior Cabin Reviews
Cabin E215
Sep 2015
Spacious and clean. AC was functioning and water was hot. We were happy with our interior.
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Cabin m243
May 2013
Great Time!!! By: Mac9624
Main Deck M243 Great Inside Cabin with larger than expected bathroom.
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Cabin U56
Feb 2013
The room was very nice. However, we were right next to a crew entrance to our floor where we began to hear banging and footsteps on the metal steps around 4 a.m. in the morning.
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Cabin U207
Apr 2012
Not enough storage space for 5. Nice beds & linens, and nice bathroom. Quiet location. It's an oddly designed ship, we would have booked a room on deck 7 or 8 if we took this ship again.
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Cabin U86
Jul 2011
Since Ocean views on this class of ship are the same size as interiors, I would not pay extra for an ocean view. The interior rooms are a great size for 2 adults (or 2 teens). Best bed configuration is in a L shape for the two beds. Love the Upper deck, mid ship. Didn't have many people being noisy in hallway. Great location for using the stairs to get the the MDR and other activities.
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Cabin E247
May 2011
Fascinated by Fascination By: Native Floridian 26
Spacious cabin, very comfy bed. Walls did not squeak at all like we experienced on Celebrity Century. Cabin was in very back of ship on the end. Great access to Serenity Deck and Dining buffets.
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Cabin E14
Apr 2011
My wife & I were impressed with the size of our inside stateroom. It was bigger than we expected. There was plenty of closet space for our clothes, but they did have a extra bed folded up under ours so storing all our luggage was a bit difficult. The bathroom was nice and bigger than expected. The room was pretty comfortable but the mattress was hard for both our tastes. One thing we did notice after the first day is that our room was located under the show stage one deck up. So when shows and music were being done in the late evening it was difficult to sleep.
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Cabin U143
Jun 2010
Great ship and great fun! By: CajunTravelers
Typical cabin on a cruise ship. I just need a space to sleep and shower, location is not a concern for me. We stayed in an inside cabin, which I like because we sleep in, no daylight to bother you. Two closets were nice. Bathroom is small, but we managed, need more hooks to hang things in bathroom. Not enough electrical outlets, only 1. More shelving in cabin would be nice. Bed was very comfortable. The best sleep I have gotten in a while.
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