Oceanview stateroom with private balcony and twin beds that convert to 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.
It would be better if it had just a bit more floor space. It was hard to move around the room when we were both getting ready for something. Apart from that, it's a great space to rest your head. You shouldn't spend too much time in your room anyway, there's just too much to do! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a little larger than a normal cabin, but the Balcony was Great. We spent a large amount of time on it on Whale watching we actually had 3 humpback whale swimming right below our cabin within about 25 feet from us . Read entire member review >>
Good clean cabin, well laid out. Not quite the "luxuries" of some other cruise lines though better shower space than Cunard. Excellent service. Good location - ideal amidships for open sea voyage. Read entire member review >>
Good room, good balcony and mid ships both in height and length so there is not much movement. We didn't feel the movement much even when on level 9 fore or aft it was very noticeable. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was lovely and well positioned on the ship. Very quiet and close to stair and lifts, a bit smaller that P&O, but on the whole it was satisfactory. Our cabing steward was excellent. Read entire member review >>
The room was quite adequate. The balcony had a great view. We have been on three cruises, and this cabin was on the lowest floor and only non-mid ship cabin. If I can swing it, I think we'll move back toward mid ship and a higher deck. Nothing against the room, just a preference. Read entire member review >>
It's in a quiet location of the ship. The balcony was in the shade during the morning and then was in full, hot sun all afternoon making it unusable. Across from an inside room, but we didn't hear them or anyone around us. Great steward. The bathroom had a sewer smell that got progressively worse as the week went on and then went away on the last day. Read entire member review >>
We had 14 cabins on deck 4 all balcony rooms and loved our location. Mid-ship with ease of access to the public rooms on decks 2 & 3 and the top level of the Follies lounge on the forward end of deck 4. We were very near the glass elevators and were surprised that there were no inside rooms on the left side of the hallway. In fact there were small windows that we could look through from our doorway and see what was happening in the lobby every day. Absolutely loved these rooms. Read entire member review >>
I stayed in cabin 4160 on the Legend. This cabin was very clean. The bathroom was a bit small but not too small. the balcony was perfect with no obstructions. We were right near the elevators which was very convenient it was never noisy, we never heard anything through the walls the only thing that was annoying was that when the people in the cabin above would go out to there balcony their door would slam shut and wake me up all the time. They were in and out constantly and our room would shake. Read entire member review >>
Awesome balcony despite being smallest on ship. View from balcony...I miss soooo much. Closet space real good. Bathroom spacious and well stocked! Great steward, never saw him but cabin always clean and towel animals there every night. Middle of ship is an elevator ride away from everything. My husband did good picking this cabin. Read entire member review >>
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