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. Oceanview stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.
Cabin was clean, disappointed no refrigerator. Was shocked I had to ask for a hairdryer. No mirror for hair and makeup. No full length mirror, could only see top half of my body in the mirror attached to the desk. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was clean but small as most ocean view rooms are. We had 4 kids in one room and had an adjoining room next to it with a king. The kids room was supposed to hold 4 people but even the 4 kids were crunched. My 7 year old slept on a roll away under the counter. Rooms were clean but both shower drains clogged everyday and shower water came up in the toilet area and flooded the bathroom with an inch of stinky water. We asked them to fix it every day but ultimately it just clogged again. Read entire member review >>
Room was fine. We got the ocean view, as it was right across from the kids, and we really enjoyed the window. The kids loved to come over to it, as well. Our room steward, Yul, was awesome! Read entire member review >>
Our room was much bigger than I was expecting! We had 2 twin beds and the configuration gave us much more room that our friend who had just one king bed. We were on the 4th level (lowest level of rooms) had an ocean view room with a wonderful view during the day or night because of how close we were to the ocean. Our room was very clean and we had an amazing cabin steward who made sure that we were always stocked with fresh ice (without us even asking!) and helped us figure out the problem tv in our room. The beds were comfortable, there was lots of storage space (in closets and side tables) and the set up worked perfect. Read entire member review >>
We were in M250 which is the aft area. This room really needs a good airing out. Smelled like cigar room. We were not under the Casino so I could only assume either a fellow cruiser was smoking next door or the ventilation was really poor. However cabin service was excellent, would recommend Gilbert any day of the week. Not really a noisy location very quiet. Could feel the stabilizers when we came in to port but not annoyingly so. Ship overall was pretty smooth both over and back. Read entire member review >>
OV R192 mid ship.... The setup and positioning of the beds this cruise really made the room seem larger. One bed was under the pull down and the other bed along the far wall under the window. Shift your beds like this it just seemed to create a lot of space. NO FRIDGE, but I knew that. This is your typical stateroom; 2 beds, pull down bunk and located in a perfect part of the ship. SAFE, 32" flat screen TV, room light switches at the bed, water and soda to purchase in the room. Two robes hanging in the closet. Conveniently located made moving around the ship simple. COMPLIMENTARY BATHROOM BASKET included his/her Razor, toothpaste, Pantene-RED color enhancer, some upset stomach packets (like TUMS), bar soap and I think make-up removing wipes? Shower: Shampoo & Liquid Soap (I brought shampoo w/conditioner, a travel Lysol spray) Read entire member review >>
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