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.
Cabin was roomy and in good repair. Small Flat screen television but it did not matter because we were never in the room. Service was excellent. We had our choice of service--AM, PM or both--we took just AM and it worked out great. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was just as we expected! Kind of small but never felt crowed! plenty of room for our stuff! Always clean, we had a towel animal every night! Our stateroom attendant was great! Read entire member review >>
We have stayed in inside cabins before, and it looked just like we expected. The beds were made into a king sized bed, and that was what we requested. One of the bedside lamps was broken, and I called guest services. Within 15 minutes, they had an electrician there to fix it. We had plenty of closet space, but I did bring extra hangers from home. They don't have enough. Our cabin steward was Ephram, and he did a good job of cleaning and straightening our cabin. Read entire member review >>
We choose an interior cabin as we didn't plan to spend much time in the cabin. It was a bit small and with the 2 bunks lowered for the kids it got even smaller. But for a place to sleep, get dressed and shower it served it purpose. We tried having breakfast one morning of an early port call and that was truly an exercise in futility. We made it work but it wasn't enjoyable. Read entire member review >>
Having had a balcony in the past and an interior, we found we didn't spend enough time in the cabin to enjoy the balcony to it's full extant. The cabin had enough room for our purposes. We took advantage of the tips about the metal walls, and utilized strong magnetic hooks and clips to hold everything from the Fun Times to my wife's purse. The cabin steward Michael was great. Our room was filled with towel animals, even a birthday cake towel for my wife! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was adequate for an interior however the bathrooms could use an update. The artwork was quite pleasing to the eye. Storage was great! On the Royal Caribbean they had a great idea with the inside cabins overlooking the Promenade deck so you did not feel so closed in. Carnival should consider that. Read entire member review >>
A bit noisy there is a hall down from our cabin that the crew used for servicing. There was a smell in the cabin I told the room steward about it but he was not interested in doing anything about it. Our friends in the cabin next door 9255 did not have that smell. It was convenient to the Lido deck easy to get to other venues. There are only 2 cabins on that hall that could accommodate 3 passengers, I think if we only had 2 people in our cabin I would pick a cabin farther down the hall towards the bow of the boat, less people going past the room making noise. We checked out the suites at the end of the hall they were awesome! Carnival inside cabins are the largest ones compared to Celebrity, NCL, and Princess. Plenty of closet space, the bathroom has several shelves. The beds are very comfortable! Read entire member review >>
Very quiet, dark interior cabin. Lots of closet space and a bathroom much larger than expected. Close to elevators and easy access to lido, hot tub, and the water slide. Actually, the location of the cabin is great because it's easy to get to just about anywhere on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom is very comfortable, and its near the aft elevators, so its a very short ride to the lido bar, and the pizza bar. The only downside is that because its near the elevators, the beeping from the elevator stop can be heard. Otherwise the room is great. Read entire member review >>
Great location on deck 8. Right around the corner from elevators, but not in a loud area. Spacious room and comfortable. Close to everything.
Walk up one deck and BAM..... You in the red sail restaurant.
Walk down to deck five.....your right there in the heart of the promenade.
The iron and laundry station was only a few rooms away. Read entire member review >>
we were in cabin 9292 whick is on the Lido deck. it's a handicapp unit and the bathroom is as big as the rest of the cabin. Great location. Next to elevators, pools and of course the red sail where you fill you stomach up with food. Would recommend this room highly. It helps if someone in the room is handicapp other wise you can be bumped out by a real handicapped person. Read entire member review >>
WE took an inside cabin for the first time in all of our cruises. Were afraid we wouldn't like it. Wrong - it was great. Prefer the balcony but this last minute booking which ended us in an inside cabin was great. No complaints. Plenty of storage. Enough room to move around comfortably. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 8361 was good. It was close to the elevators but not too close. We were just a couple of cabins down from the laundry, which has an iron set up for us by passagers. This was very handy. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside 4 person cabin. 2 Drop from the ceiling beds and the lower beds connected together. We seemed to manage with 4 people. Since dining did not require a strict dress code, we packed lightly and had plenty of closest spaced. Read entire member review >>
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