Interior
Inside stateroom with 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.

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Interior (4C) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: November 2017
A little dated, good for shorter cruises, a little small for 3+ people I think I should have been a bat as I love the dark inside cabin feel Read More
A little dated, good for shorter cruises, a little small for 3+ people I think I should have been a bat as I love the dark inside cabin feel Read Less
Few Disappointments : Cabin 6202
Sail Date: March 2017
Near Atrium Lifts fairly quiet. only another room on one side was good. Comfy beds Cot in room took up too much room really need a double room for 2 plus cot (child) Fridge didnt work and never got fixed nor communicated too. Always ... Read More
Near Atrium Lifts fairly quiet. only another room on one side was good. Comfy beds Cot in room took up too much room really need a double room for 2 plus cot (child) Fridge didnt work and never got fixed nor communicated too. Always good clean towels. bed was made but pillows not brushed or tidying - still had our hair on it each night. Read Less
Adriatic/Med. Cruise : Cabin 6117
Sail Date: May 2013

Cabin was typical size. Nothing unusual. One plug. Phone for wake-up call didn't work all cruise long. Soap and shampoo were kept full. Storage was normal for this type of cabin. No real complaint. Could hear neighbors now and then. Bed ... Read More

Cabin was typical size. Nothing unusual. One plug. Phone for wake-up call didn't work all cruise long. Soap and shampoo were kept full. Storage was normal for this type of cabin. No real complaint. Could hear neighbors now and then. Bed was comfortable. Wish we could decline refrigerators as they take up space.

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Sail Date: October 2012
This cabin is handicapped accessible, which I had not realized at the time. That may be why it was so much larger than I expected, including the bathroom. This cabin is underneath the bridge and above the children's space, but we had no ... Read More
This cabin is handicapped accessible, which I had not realized at the time. That may be why it was so much larger than I expected, including the bathroom. This cabin is underneath the bridge and above the children's space, but we had no problems with noise. Lots of closet space, but I would bring hangers and those boxes that fold flat for using on the shelves. The drawers they did have were very small. Having no window made waking in the dark a little disconcerting, but worth it to save the money and spend it elsewhere. Being at the front of the ship we always had to walk to the other end for food, but with so much of it available the extra exercise was probable worth it! Read Less
house keeping : Cabin 7177
Sail Date: May 2011
We try to always book inside room since we are only in the room for sleeping or bathing. It was a very small room but close to elevators for easy access to all the floors. Read More
We try to always book inside room since we are only in the room for sleeping or bathing. It was a very small room but close to elevators for easy access to all the floors. Read Less

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