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.
Much better than our original E165. That room SUCKED. Unneeded and unwanted bunk beds made the room cramped and dangerous to clumsy people like me.
In E146 our sink stopped up once. We rarely got things we asked for... BUT...The steward guy kept it super clean and made us really clever towel animals. At night the only temperature of water in the sink was SCALDING HOT. Washing up at night was painful.
Noisy as all hell. Both in the hallway at 6am with weird vacuuming, and above us as staff worked hard preparing food for the day. We were told we were not close to that when we booked - but it was a lie. We were away from noise on the Victory but were screwed by the switch to the Fascination. Read entire member review >>
For us, the cabins were simply a place to sleep, and they were perfect for that. They were clean and well maintained. We were right below the galley but didn't hear any noise from it at all. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was on the Riviera Deck, 4th floor. It was perfect and our room attendant was very good at keeping our room in order. No complaints at all. We loved the roomy shower!! :-) Read entire member review >>
I thought the bed was way to firm, my boyfriend loved it though. I prefer my bed to feel like a cloud, but thats just me. It was enough room for the two of us. We didnt miss having a window at all, infact it was nice to not be woke up by the sun. Any moment we left the room someone was in there after us straightening up. It was actually shocking how diligent they were. The towel aminals were the best part about the room you come back to your room and bam there's an elephant, then next day a dog, or a frog. It was pretty cute. Read entire member review >>
One of those weird "sideways" cabins. If cabins are important to you and you will have more than 2 in the cabin, be aware the third person will be in an extra bed on the floor. There will be little floor space as a result. If you have the twin beds configured into a king, the beds fit in the room awkwardly. Again, if this is a big deal to you, select a cabin that is not sideways in orientation. Read entire member review >>
I liked this deck as it ran the length of the ship making it easy to navigate and the interior cabin had plenty of room. The temperature in the cabin was perfect, I like it cold and enjoyed using the cozy robes. Read entire member review >>
Small interior window-less room, 2 twin beds convert to king. Comfortable room for what it was. People in the hallways can be noisy, but overall it was fine for sleeping in. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin e158, an interior cabin on the Empress Deck. We had our family of four people in our cabin, and honestly it was not that bad. We have a 30 ft travel trailer and do alot of camping, so we are used to staying in small spaces. My husband and I had the king bed and there was a bunk on either wall that dropped down for the kids, we asked the steward to keep the bunks out because our kids like to take naps during the day. The bathroom was a nice size, just wish they had better exhaust fans in them. Also the outlet above the mirror was not working right. But I may have been doing something wrong, when I plugged in my hairdryer it hardly put our any air or heat. And my flat iron would not work in the outlet either. There was also plenty of closet space for our clothing, and our luggage was able to fit under the bed so it was out of the way also. The only thing my husband wishes they had was a comfortable chair to sit in while in the room. Maybe on our next cruise we can upgrade to a bigger cabin and that will not be an issue! Read entire member review >>
The interior staterooms are small. There is no fridge as I have been accustomed to with the Balcony rooms. We found that we had enough room to unpack some of our clothes and put them away in the closet. The bunk beds are on opposite sides of the walls with the converted king bed below one of the bunk beds. The kids had no trouble climbing up into the beds and down in the morning. We did, however, hit our heads on the bunk beds several times. Read entire member review >>
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