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.
This was an inside cabin just one deck below lido. This was a great location with easy access to the Serenity Deck, which is our favorite daytime space. We were close to the steps and elevators. It was very quiet. Our cabin steward, Rodel, took excellent care of us. He serviced our cabin twice each day, making sure that we had plenty of ice and fresh towels. Read entire member review >>
The colors are a bit outdated but that didn't bother my husband or I. There is plenty of storage in the closet and the bathroom. It didn't feel terribly small and it was perfectly located so that you can quickly walk to either side of the ship or to the lido deck without using the elavators.
Only issue was that the hair dryer provided isn't very good. I suggest bringing your own. Read entire member review >>
The room all in all did what it was supposed to, was mostly a place for us to sleep. I really liked the location near the elevators and our cabin steward was fantastic. The bed was really firm, which was something that really bothered me and I had a difficult time sleeping through out the trip. We are really hoping to check out more ships that have modern decor. Read entire member review >>
The room was good, clean, spacious enough. The water pressure was good in the shower. We had plenty of closet room for our clothes. The stew was very good at keeping our room spotless. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is located on the Empress deck midship. It is right across the hall from the suites so you get the benefits of 1st class service without the price. Because it's midship, it's close to the glass elevators and the lido deck activities. Deck 7 is a great place to be located for all of the activities occur between decks 5-10. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was on deck 7 no noise above did hear engine so e times and felt boat moving but not bad. It was small but I found there to be lots of closets and plenty of room under the beds since they are slightly risen. I would strongly recommend a hinge lock on the top of the door so people can't get in our out, my son was constantly opening the door and running out. Also very Lou's in the halls at night next time I would go more toward one end of the ship and lower for a quieter hall, we were in the middle of the boat. Super loud until 1am! Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 7323, an interior category 4F cabin with 185 square feet. This is one of the largest interior cabins we have been in. (For comparison, Celebrity's interior cabins run closer to 170 square feet). We were located near the center of the ship, on the Empress Deck 7. Our interior cabin on this deck was accessed from the Port hallway. The cabin was extremely well laid out. Lots of drawers and enough room in the closets for our clothes. The bathroom has lots of room, storage, and a shower. Our cabin also had a desk and a pair of tables. Hangers and robes were provided. The desk featured a number of informational brochures including Tuesday's event newsletter "Carnival Fun Times". Our stateroom attendant (Hernando) and his assistant did a wonderful job throughout our cruise. Of note, we found the inside cabins really easy to sleep in. Since there is no window, the room stays dark --- making it really easy to sleep late or take a nap any time of day. It's also very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Certainly small, but there was enough space. That's because the beds are raised enough so we could store the suitcases under the bed. I wondered what it would be like with a windowless cabin, but it wasn't a problem at night. We left the light on in the bathroom and left the door cracked so we could make our way around. We had enough closet space and hangers, and the bathroom was functional. I found it interesting to turn the television when we were in port in Norfolk and see Miami television stations! All in all, no problem with the room. A balcony room would be nice, but I would rather apply the cost saving to shore excursions or onboard activities. Read entire member review >>
unfortunately nearly all the newer ships have smaller inside cabins than outside. since we pretty much just sleep there, we continue to get insides. 7441 was nice because it had cabins above and below and no service stuff nearby. no problems with noise or neighbor's noise. basically room for walking around the bed and that's it. between the desk drawers and closet it was enough for our clothes and the 4 suitcases fit under the bed. new flat screen tv was nice and you can check your account from it. we emptied the minibar and used the fridge for our own soda and we had ice at least 2x a day after asking just once. bathroom is tight but a lot of shelves and the hair drier will get your hair dry. it seemed typical small size for any modern ship in a standard room. mattress seemed firm (I'm a side sleeper) but never had a back problem. linens and towels always clean and fresh. Read entire member review >>
7402: great size! Good location for access to AFT pool and Red Sail Restaurant. The room was quiet. You may hear the elevator bells but it never happened late or too early. Read entire member review >>
located in the front of the ship 7th floor near the elevator and close to the theatre but far from the Lido restaurants and sit down restaurants but only two floors above Promenade deck. Read entire member review >>
Deck 6 is above the casino. Loud band music at until late at night. Beds were very worn out and uncomfortable. Small cabin with only a small stool for sitting. Adequate closets. Read entire member review >>
Hallway was quiet but we were right above either the amber palace or a dance club. We heard people karoaking all night and club music all night. Not good for a 1 year old to sleep with. Read entire member review >>
Interior cabin 7319 on the Carnival Glory: This cabin is on the 7th floor, the Empress Deck more or less in the middle of the ship. It's a location I prefer because I'm not fond of elevators and this deck allows me to only have to climb up or down a couple of floors to get to most of what I want to get to most of the time. The cabin, like most on Carnival Ships, is small but adequate. It has two single beds that were pushed together to make one bed that ends up being somewhere between a typical queen and king size. There are no windows in an interior cabin and since my husband thinks I'm part vampire (I like sleeping in total darkness), this works for me. It's far enough away from the elevators that you don't get the noise from the drunk passengers who are hootin' and hollerin' as they make their way to their own cabins at 3 a.m. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was quiet for the most part with the exception of some loud neighbours who needed to talk across the hall to their mates one evening. For an interior room it had a good amount of space. Could use some more power outlets but this is probably a issue with most ships. Read entire member review >>
Room rattles a lot! The pink metal molding they have along the ceiling has cardboard and toilet paper stuffed up in it to attempt silence, but it isn't working! Bring earplugs... my husband stuffed toilet paper in his ears at night to try to drown out the noise! Read entire member review >>
Our balcony room was more than adequate. Plenty of storage for two sisters with lots of luggage. Being situated mid to aft on the ship, we had a very smooth cruise and hardly felt rocking at all. We never heard any hallway noise and were just far enough away from the elevator not to hear the comings and goings of other guests. Read entire member review >>
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