I had read that this cabin couldn't accommodate the two beds being pushed together into one large bed, but this was not the case. The room is sideways relative to other cabins and has a post in one corner. The carpet had small tears and stains. You hear a lot of engine noise when pulling into port due to its location in the front of the ship. For the weekend cruise, it was fine. Read entire member review >>
R110: pretty cozy for a room for 5. We had 2 twins and 2 pull mans, and a roll away that fit snuggly but perfectly in the room. We had plenty of space for storing our stuff in closets and under the beds, only complain is that we lack any table surface, considering the tiny vanity table could only fit so much. We didn't have space to put our water or eat our room service!
Room was way closer to front of ship, I would've picked something more centered. Read entire member review >>
Cabin M184 was mid-ship. We didn't feel any motion from the ship in this room. The halls were quiet for the entire cruise. There is a storage area or something right next store to this room. Occassionally we would hear the door slam shut from someone entering or exiting the room but only during the daytime. There were 4 of us. Lots of closet space, hangers and shelves for our clothing. The desk has limited counter space for items as does the bathroom but we made it work. We did bring a lighted alarm clock as the room don't have any clocks. We also brought a nightlight and a power strip to plug these items in as well as charge cell phones, IPods etc. The safe is a decent size and unlike some of the other ships we have been on it requires you to lock it using a magnetic strip vs. entering a personal code. This required us to 'hide' the card we used so anyone of us could enter the safe during the day. This room is small and if you are claustrophobic it might pose a problem. We used the room for sleeping and changing clothes only. For this it was fine. The room is for 4 people and there is a queen bed set up during the day and at night the two pull down top bunks are lowered making it quiet cramped to move around at night time. Read entire member review >>
Typical Carnival interior room. Good sized shower, bathroom and closet. Desk, in-room safe, two beds (can be made into a king) and flat screen TV. Near the front of the ship, so motion will be an issue in rough seas. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was rather small. The bathroom was uncomfortable, but we had a great Steward. She provided excellent service, and every night, our beds, towels, sheets looked perfect. She even made animals out of towels for our own enjoyment. Read entire member review >>
M66 - Inside Cabin. Deinfaly smaller bathroom that the larger ships. Plenty of closet space and drawers to accomodate 2 people. Like the little window curtain, it makes the room feel less closed in. Even though we were all the wya in the front of the ship, the rocking was not as bad as I was afraid it would be. Even with the water being extra choppy due to the previous storm that had gone through. Very quite hallway, never heard noise outside or even above us. The room was quite cold (but I like it that way). I didn't know until later that you can adjust the vent in the ceiling! Read entire member review >>
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