Oceanview stateroom with a private balcony and 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.
-great room steward:) Henry was very excited to go home at the end of our week to meet his new little girl but was so attentive to our needs. Couldn't have asked for more. Read entire member review >>
I was skeptical of the cabin because I could not find any reviews on it, but it was perfect! There is no obstructed view and it is great when you are leaving Miami and docking in the ports. Imade made sure the bed was made and the cabin cleaned every time we left and I wonder if he had a crystal ball to know when we left. Towel animals were made everyday and I even had a couple I had not seen before. Read entire member review >>
Cabin very loud. Door to front of ship right outside the door and it tends to be very busy at dawn and during the midnight hours when trying to get some sleep. Also people liked to stand around the desk outside the door and shout to each other. Read entire member review >>
I thought the location was perfect! We could hear the band in the casino so if you are early to bed that could be problematic. It was a VERY easy walk down to the casio, the Golden dining room, and the laundromat. There was no rocking and everything worked fine. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8350 was well situated, near stairs and elevator, and in a quiet location. The balcony is one of my favorite haunts, as one of the main reasons why I buy cruise tickets instead of flying is to view the always fascinating and endless sea. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 8343, with a balcony. When we got to our cabin, our luggage was there, waiting for us. We booked our excursions through the TV. The balcony is worth the price of admission. It was pretty quiet room, didn't hear neighbors or the upstairs shuffles much. The zipper on the blanket on the couch bed, kept scratching my arm during the night, so I finally had to pull the sheet up and tuck it over it. The mirror is missing piece in the bathroom. The toilet button had to be pushed three or four times before it would flush. The curtains had holes in it, letting the sunshine in. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom balcony 8340 was in a great location. Quiet, and a good size for four people. Was always clean and comfortable. Location was close to Red sail so that too made it nice. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was good size. Temperature was to cold when we got there, fixed then was to hot. Had to have them come back and make it cold again. Better for sleeping.
Room service dishes from dinner was not picked up until the next morning when the cabins were cleaned. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony not huge but has two chairs and a table highly recommend for the extra money.
Shower head and water pressure unbelievable awesome!!!
A lot of storage space for clothes.
Cabin was roomy for two ppl.
Beds were comfortable.
Need to improve on ac...74 for all cabins is a bit hot. 70 would be better. Read entire member review >>
Great location close to elevators that took us straight up to Red Sail Restaurant, pool etc.
Also very easy to get to promenade deck from our location.
Noisy at times as it is directly above the lounge that hosted karaoke and comedy. Read entire member review >>
6288-I was concerned having a bar below us. Those concerns were not realized, we never heard a thing. We had people in our group next door in 6292 and we asked Oscar, the steward to open the balcony up so we could share a big one, and he did it that first day. It was great. The rooms were clean and comfy. Read entire member review >>
6255 Balcony Deck 6
Above Amber Palace Show Lounge. You can hear the show, but it is over at 11:15 so kind of fun and quiet after that. Near the stairs and elevator. Very convenient. Read entire member review >>
Very narrow room. Very small shower. Mattresses were ridiculously uncomfortable -- they were four inches. Room was clean and balcony was worth the extra money. This room on the floor eight was quiet with minimal movement of ship felt. Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabin was very spacious and the beds were very comfortable. One of the nicest rooms we have ever had. We had ample room for our clothes and the closets were good size also. Read entire member review >>
Very quiet! We were concerned about being over the show lounge but we never heard anything from below us. The cabin was really far away from everything so not good for those that may be disabled, but excellent if you wanted away from the foot traffic. Read entire member review >>
Do you like "Elton John". We had a Balcony cabin for a family of 4, that was assigned to us by Carnival. Location was 6-Upper AFT, Starboard side. Carnival knew we had children, ages 6 and 7 prior to cabin assignment. However we were given a cabin just above the Cinn-a-Bar. Each night until about 130am, sometimes later. A wanna-be American Idol, sang mostly Elton John songs at the piano bar at the top of his lungs as fellow cruisemates tried to chime in. I'm sure most of the cabins surrounding us also heard the loud piano bar late into the night/morning. I guess a lessoned learned not to book a Balcony guaranteed room, as Carnival does not assign accordingly. Read entire member review >>
I liked this cabin. It was basically in the middle of the ship. It had a great balcony with a great view, but the hallway was a bit noisy. I think we were across the space where the crew gathered the towels so there was a lot of crew traffic. The bathroom was small but well-spaced out. We had just enough room for our clothes in the closets. Read entire member review >>
Having a private balcony was great! We heard some noise from the Amber Palace right below us one night but we are late night people so it didn't bother our sleeping at all. Read entire member review >>
Cabin- We booked a balcony cabin and it was 6371 (Upper Deck deck 6 mid ship). I have several things to say about this choice. It was the perfect cabin. We were one deck above the promenade where the casino and shopping is. This provided us easy access to the action. We also took these same elevators each morning to the Lido Deck (deck 9). Once we arrived we could turn left and be at the pool, or turn right and simply enter the red sail restaurant (Buffet). Our stewart Renato was awesome. He constantly strived to have everything perfect. The room was large enough for the two of us and let me tell you that the balcony with morning coffee was heaven. I will never cruise without this again. The bed was absolutely comfortable (previously we felt like we slept on camp cots). Now they are thick and the pillows were awesome (I ordered 4 Kings for home). The A/C worked great and the room was comfortable all the time. My son and his friends all had oceanview cabins and the only complaint they had was the A/C. They told their stewarts and the situation was fixed within 12 hours. Overall the cabin was perfect. Plus when we went to leave our stewart gave me a new robe to take home and one of the pillows. Read entire member review >>
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