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.
Large oceanview room. Very quiet and highly recommended. Located directly under the Shore Excursions so you will not hear a single noise from upstairs. Very close to the elevators but you cannot hear the elevator noise.
2 twin bed, sofa bed and pulldown. Can sleep up to 4. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was good for the 4 of us - we were 2 adults and 2 kids...it would be a tight squeeze for 4 adults. We were on deck 2 and there was rarely any noise to disturb us at night. The cabin was a good size and having the window was great! Read entire member review >>
This cabin is a little secluded in the back corner of the ship but is well worth it. You do get the rumbling of the engines at night but for me it rocked me to sleep. I had the best sleep in over a year. Read entire member review >>
Enough room for 3 people comfortably. kept very clean throughout stay, although fridge was not cleaned before we got there. quiet room, only noisy when people walking by, or docking at a port. no engine noise or anchor noise or noises from above. i would recommend this room. Read entire member review >>
Standard cabin room. Its not a suite, but it is big enough and has enough room/storage for 3-4 people. If you have enough time to write a detailed account on your cabin, you didn't spend enough time out exploring the ship and islands!! Read entire member review >>
bed was excellent. 2 pillows each. could have been dusted in the main vanity cutouts. also no attention paid to us needing blue towels when we left them in the tub as being dirty. disposable bags there 1st day. none there after that. room was quiet other than children running the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Good, but my sisters was assigned in cabin 1452 , the very last room in the same deck we are and the noise was really awful they cannot sleep well at night .. They complain, but they did not move them , they declined the free steak dinner that they offered and never heard from them again :-(!! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a great cabin, lots more storage that we would have used. The window was nice and big, just wish it was cleaner, but I'm sure that is hard to do at sea with the water splashing all the time. The bathroom and shower were just fine too Read entire member review >>
Great midship location, plenty of closet space, roomy enough for 4 people ... but very thin walls, a bit noisy, close to deck 2 midship gangway (when used), small bathroom. Read entire member review >>
We were worried this cabin was too close to the elevators. It wasn't an issue. We were just in enough away from them that the location was perfect with no noise.The theatre was above us but we heard no noise after 11 PM. Cabin was in good shape and the set up was ideal.Great location. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom (ocean view 2287):
Stability: comfortably stable, did move some. I would call it a slow shudder, rather than a roll, when we had choppy seas, which we did for one evening and one full day and night. I would liken it to a slow earthquake (although as a Midwesterner I've never been in one ? ).
The size of a small hotel room, there was plenty of room.
Closets: 3, with a shelf at the bottom
Shelves: 1 closet with floor to nearly ceiling shelves; a couple more next to the fridge; a couple under the lamps
Drawers: didn't count, let's see...4 next to closet; long shallow vanity drawer under the mirror
I may have forgotten a couple.
We would have liked a few more hangers.
Bathroom: plenty of storage. Several shelves on each side of the mirror. The only thing I would add is one in the shower. No matter how hard I tried, I always managed to get water leaked out onto the floor.
View: Excellent. A balcony might have been nice, but we didn't miss it. The window outside was dirty, however, which was unpleasant.
Steward: Didn't meet him until the second day, but polite and very efficient. The room was always spotless, and he responded to our postit requests to leave the towel animals and provide us with a room service menu promptly. Read entire member review >>
2403 and 2405: Very spacious rooms with the basic amenities one would need. We had ocean view windows which really helps with the aesthetics and illusion of space. Bathrooms are adequate for a ship and again provide the necessities. Read entire member review >>
2475 is a corner room, aft, which gives you slightly more room because of its odd shape, but that extra room is offset by being directly over the engines which meant for lots of noise and vibration. Read entire member review >>
Love the location, convenient to the elevators and stairs all the way up the aft (dining room, Promenade, Lido, etc.). Don't let the fact it's under the galley spook you, we've had this location 3 times and loved it each time (and haven't heard a peep). Read entire member review >>
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