Oceanview stateroom with a window 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.
When we arrived at 1:30pm the cabins on the floor were not ready. The floor was littered, so we left without leaving any bags and waited another hour. The bed was comfortable. The shower was not draining but they came and fixed it. Small tv with limited channels. Lens in light was hanging but we fixed it. The worst was the smell. Someone got sick on the floor in the hall. The smell lingered the whole crusie. They tried to mask it, run fans, but unless you ripped up carpet it is not going to get better. Unfortunately it was right outside the elevators so we had no choice to walk past the area. Everyday we had to cover our nose and mouth as we went down the hall. It was so bad. The cabin attendant was good and friendly. The room was cleaned once a day not twice as in prior years. We enjoyed the towel animals!! Read entire member review >>
The cabin reminded me of an RV. Long and narrow but spacious and well organized. It was cleaned meticulously. Great water pressure in the shower. Great closet and drawer space. Beds and pillows were very comfortable. It was a cozy space for the week. Great view out of the second floor window. The port hole was large and I loved sitting in it and looking outside. I do not think it is worth the extra money to upgrade to a Balcony suite. Read entire member review >>
Our room 1452 - last room at the very end of the hall. We booked where Carnival gets to pick our room. First and last time I ever do that! BUT it did save us $700 all together! At the time...well worth it! Bonus - no hallroom noise but the ropes that tether to the port...right beside us. Extremely noisy! Hum of whatever is just beyond there was actually nice as white noise. It was always a journey to get anywhere on the other side of the ship! Room is ocean view and a nice size! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was number 1261 (6A) which was an exterior cabin with a window. The room was set up as two small full size beds and had a big picture window. There was a couch with a table that converted to a third bed if needed. The air conditioning did not work well in our room. It sounded like the fan was blowing but it did not get cool. The hallway was always much cooler. My Dad told the lady at guest services and someone came in to check it (or so they say, we never saw them) but they said they could not find anything wrong. It stayed warm the whole week. Every room was booked so we could not change rooms. Grandma and Paw Paw’s room was a little warm too, but since they had a balcony, they could open the balcony and open their cabin door and a rush of cool hallway air would rush into the room. Our room was very near the elevator and this was a very good location as we could always be on another floor in just a minute or two. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 1420 which is a port side toward the aft ocean view cabin on the first deck. The cabin was good sized and very well laid out. Comfortable king size bed, flat screen TV, couch, three closets, mini frig., nice bathroom. I would say that compared to the ocean view cabins we have had on other ships this one was a bit larger and very nice. The only complaint I would have at all was that we could hear noise from the hall when people were talking as they passed our cabin. This wasn’t a huge thing, but occasionally late at night or early morning our snoozing was interrupted this way. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2454 was perfectly fine, except when the ship was moving quickly. Then, there was vibrating and noise. Not terribly unpleasant but noticeable.
ONe final note. The mattresses were marked with the date on 6/30/12, which we took to mean that they were brand new. They were extremely comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Room 2331. We chose this cabin because my wife is sensitive to sea sicknesses and this was recommended because it is in the center of the ship. The recommendation was good because she did not get sea sicknesses and we felt very little movement. However, the ships engines could be heard at night, but did not get in the way of sleep. The cabin was clean and efficient and comfortable. However it was noisy. Hallway noise penetrated the room easily and it kept us awake at night. It was nice to have a window. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 1004 on the Panorama Deck. It was a handicapped accessible room and because of this there was more room than usual. Neither of us are handicapped. So the bathroom was larger than usual and so was the shower. However, the only complaint was an occasional "clanking" noise which mostly occurred during the day. Not sure where that was coming from. Being up on the 10th deck I wouldn't think it was from the ship interacting with what waves we had. It would have been nice too if there were chairs out on the public balcony area in front of our room. We saw that there were chairs on a Carnival sister shipped when were docked in Cozumel. Read entire member review >>
Cabin number 2483, we were on the rear of the ship. It was noisy and vibrated enormously when the ship was powering up, or stopping. After we got going, the room had a pleasant hum and awesome view out the back. The beds were very worn, and when put together had a huge hump in the middle. The actual twin beds sagged in the middle. The rest of the room was very nice and roomy. Read entire member review >>
Easy location, fairly quiet except for when we were pulling in to port. The room was right next to a work room and I believe close to the anchor so it was loud. I did not feel much rocking. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2480 on Carnival Glory is not where you want to stay.
We only spent time in our cabin at night to sleep (and that wasn't easy) because it was not a pleasant and relaxing place because of the noise and constant shaking. Read entire member review >>
Room 1244 - Window room. Large room with couch. Plenty of closet space. Far from the buffet, entertainment, pool and deck chairs. Close to where you get off for excursions. Read entire member review >>
Clean, well cared for, and comfortable. We don't spend much time in our room, so it was sufficient. I would have liked to have a balcony, but for the prices, the window was fine. The only complaint was that we had a group of teenagers across from our room and they would come in VERY late and be very loud (2am). I never heard any noises through the walls, just through the crack under the door. Read entire member review >>
We had 3 in our cabin with an adjoining cabin with 3. There was plenty of storage. We don't spend too much time in the cabin so it was roomy enough. We were under the galley and could hear noise above us late at night - not too bad, but first cabin we've had that we noticed noise. The cabin steward kept it spotless. Read entire member review >>
We had a nice oceanview cabin. King size bed, pretty firm mattress but we slept alright. Nice chair and couch with a table to put stuff on. I thought it was quiet down there but I use ear plugs to sleep and people near us said it was really noisy when the elevators brought people down. The storage spaces were excellent. Bathroom was roomier than expected. Read entire member review >>
The cabins were small but nice. It was noisy at times in the hallway and you could hear the music at night. The bed was comfortable. They came in and locked the refrigerator on the last night.
Overall,We liked it. Read entire member review >>
Tons of cabinet room! We were both able to put away all of our clothes. We loved the lock box. You open and close it with your room key.
We were right above the crew kitchen. Every once in a while we heard this loud clanging noise. We called to complain and it stopped. I think it might have been a boiler of some sort. That might explain why the room got kind of hot sometimes... but it wasn't that bad. Read entire member review >>
Roomy ocean view cabin was about 10' X 21" at the widest point. We had a king size bed and a sofa with a dressing table/television area in the cabin. The room was clean, comfortable and brightly lit. The bed mattress was past it's peak. The bath was reasonably big by ship standards. An anemic hair dryer was permanently located in a dresser drawer. We had three side-by-side small closets. The large window gave a good view of passing ships from our deck one location. Read entire member review >>
Standard Carnival Ocean View on Deck 1 (Rivieria). Carnival cruisers know tha space is generous for the industry. Near, but not on top of, mid ship elevators. Direct ride from floor 1 to 9 leaves you right by pool and Lido--a great location. Read entire member review >>
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