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. Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.
We had an interior cabin; not sure about the 4A part. The cabin was typical of inside cabins except that it has a fake window with curtains. This seemed to be a problem because it thinned the wall between us and the cabin behind us. We could hear their conversations (which were loud) and the banging on their door.
The shower had confusing handles, but we figured it out. It also had a shower curtain instead of doors.
My BIG COMPLAINT is that there is one, count them, ONE plug in the cabin. Luckily we have experience and brought a three pronged adapter that turned it into three plugs and a USB hub for our devices. Read entire member review >>
Good storage; small, but efficient bathroom; not new, but clean and well-maintained; a little too cold (there was not a thermostat, just a dial which we turned all the way off, but it was still blowing a little cold air); had a chair and a stool; Nice make up lights over the desk; Pleasant. Read entire member review >>
The drains in our cabin (sink and shower) did not drain very well. The shower flooded the entire bathroom every time we used it. I also did not like the trundle bed option and preferred to have the 3rd bed as a pull-down/overhead bunk or some other fixed option. Read entire member review >>
R226 - three people. The room was set up with a double and we had the steward pull down one bunk. We didn't really use the closet space except to keep things out of the way. We didnt' care whether it was small or not because we were really only in there to shower and sleep. All we needed were beds to fall on in the wee hours of the morning!
I will say that I will not share a room with one of the people I was with again. But that's only because he does not pick up after himself. That's annoying when you're in such a small space. So be sure you can tolerate the habits of your travel companions regardless of the room you're in! :-) Read entire member review >>
Cabin E-119: this is a modified handicap room with wider doorways to accommodate wheelchairs.
Although Carnival's website indicates there is a lip into the shower, we were surprised and pleased to find that the shower and bathroom had true rolling entries, with no lip. The shower has a fold-out handicapped bench and a spray nozzle that can be hand-held or attached.
Otherwise this is a standard interior room, about 170-180 sq ft. We were satisfied with the size (there were two of us). Read entire member review >>
Cabin U17 was quiet, but very smoky. They said they couldn't fix it because it had to do with the air vent system. U16 did not have the same problem, but was located in the same place on port side. I'd book 16 over 17 in a heartbeat next time. U196 was very quiet as well. E57 is a handicapped accessible room and has a larger entryway allowing a wheelchair to move in, a shower seat, and more open space in the room. Read entire member review >>
I thought everything was fine with my cabin. No complaints. I especially like having an interior room that was nice and dark anytime of day for when i wanted to take a nap! Read entire member review >>
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