Stateroom with upper and lower beds. 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 ships all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
Cabin was nice. Well appointed and in good shape. We had an basic internal stateroom, forward and high on level 10 (so we got of rocking on a few days.).
Considerations for future:
- Less distractions. When you walk in, you have a few too many 'things' all over. Between the phone, TV, power cords, lamps etc... the clutter could be reduced. Read entire member review >>
Cabin--we were in 1426 (Riviera aft), "steerage" to you Titanic buffs. Fabulous room, very quiet, excellent steward. Room was cleaned twice daily and had new towel animals each night. Plenty of space for us, LOTS of closet area too. Read here about people saying their room was too hot...not an issue at all here. Plenty cool...in fact, how freezing the rooms are was actually a punchline by one of the comedians in the International Lounge...lol! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2201larger than a regular inside cabin. because of its location, AFT - room is layout in a zigzag floor plan. 2 separate sleeping areas. 1. twin bed ‘alcove’ and 2. sleeper twin couch with TV. Cabin attendant used my first name every time I saw him in the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Cabin had one twin bed on 11/14 and sofa bed.Cabin is same size as standard cabins, just with solo bed.Cabin has 2 port holes which is a plusCabin was in a quiet internal activity noise area *but*Heavy sea activity meant constant noise - wave banging and crashing as the cabin is behind part of the bow of the ship. Thruster noise/vibration also evident in the morning.I personally was OK with the cabin and the noise did not detract from the cruise - however this will be a problem for some. Read entire member review >>
We were pleased on the location- was near the back elevators and quiet. Now when the ship started rocking due to a nearby storm, we did here some creaking in the walls/ceiling that woke us up. But other than that, we slept very well each of the other nights. A very cozy and comfortable room. Read entire member review >>
I always book the interior lower deck room. It's small and has no window, But I do not care about that. It's quite efficient, plenty of closet and storage space and has a decent sized bathroom. It serves it purpose. I don't care much about having a view from the cabin, because I'm only in the room to sleep and shower. No complaints here! Carnivals beds and pillows are some of the most comfortable you will ever sleep on. I always enjoy that! Read entire member review >>
We were in room 2117. It had two single beds and no, they couldn't be moved around to be next to each other. Room had plenty of space. Great view through the two port holes. The room itself was extremely quiet. Our room ended up being in amongst a group which was noisy when they returned late at night and decided to carry their conversations on in the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Freedom's category 1A room number 1212 is a great room. There is one caveat - it's noisy there when the ship docks. There's noise and vibration, but it wasn't a problem for me because I wanted to get up and out to the ports, but it is noisy. Otherwise, it's a great cabin for a solo cruiser! Read entire member review >>
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