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 cabin 7399 and 7395. Interior on the empress deck. The rooms were very nice. No noise from above or below. Very easy access to elevators and Lido deck Red Sail restaurant. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was spacious and decorated nicely. Plenty of storage space for two guests. AC barely functioned at the time of my sailing, and room on one occasion was filled with noxious paint fumes. I imagine that was a freak occurrence, though. Read entire member review >>
Very small claustrophobic interior cabin. Shower wasn't large but very hot water available and great pressure - very important to me.
I could do without the towel animals in favor of free soda. Read entire member review >>
Carnival's inside cabins have great room and great closets. One with 4 shelves and two with big closets. You can store your luggage under the beds.
There is also a small fridge/bar in the room with room for your own water and stuff. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6-317 was a standard Carnival room. However the room had significant noise that we noticed (but did not bother us). Compared to other Carnival ships it seemed to have paper-thin walls and we could hear music from the atrium as well as doors / drawers closing in neighboring rooms. Also, possibly because of the location to the housekeeping station, the carts rolling by the room also were very noticeable - especially carts with glassware on them (clinking).
That being said, the bathroom had tons of space for storing toiletries (I got 1 spot, wife took the other 5!) and three huge closets, one with shelving. Read entire member review >>
Sadly our room was right above the Casino so when we were settling in for the night it was very noisy in our room. Also the shower leaked badly so whenever we would shower it would flood the bathroom floor. Read entire member review >>
Standard interior Carnival cabin. I never thought I would do 3 adults in an inside cabin, but for the price, I would do it again. The third bed dropped down from the ceiling. Read entire member review >>
We booked a Large Interior Cabin (#7296), midship, category 4E. The size of the cabin was fairly large by inside cabin standards, with ample space for storage under the bed for our two pieces of luggage and more than enough closet and drawer space for our clothes. To view a tour of this cabin, click or paste this link into your browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tJxFNxsFsg
With this midship location, we anticipated very little sound from the hallway, however, this was the loudest location we have ever experienced. Just a basic hallway conversation felt very loud to us while we tried to sleep in on a handful of mornings. We could even hear our neighbors talking, sneezing, coughing, flushing the toilet, using the hair dryer. Not only was the hallway noise very loud and annoying, but the walls were thin from cabin to cabin as well.
Though the layout of the cabin was typical, one thing was not - the cradle attached to the hair dryer. The hair dryer was housed in a drawer, which is a standard. However, to use the hair dryer meant that I had to dangle the cradle attached to the cord as I dried my hair. Surely, this was a mistake in installation, but nevertheless, something I had to endure the entire week. I am so lucky to have short hair and only hold the dryer and the cradle for a short 5-minute blow dry each morning. I really don't know how someone with long hair could have used it unless they had biceps like a tri-athlete. To view a video of the dangling hair dryer cradle, click or paste this link into your browser:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxJ2itOgsak Read entire member review >>
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