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.
The cabin itself seemed to be maintained. There were a few scratches on the furniture and other minor cosmetic problems, but no big deal to us. The TV system never worked, as we never could view our onboard account summary or book anything. Read entire member review >>
We had a handicapped room, with a balcony. There was a nice walk in shower, that was full of mold (I have pictures). The shower chair feet, walls, floor, pull cord for emergency help, all covered in mold. The carpet was stained, the bedspread was stained. Our housekeeper was totally awesome. He called us by name from day one, he always kept our room nice and tidy. He was not to blame for the condition of our room. I blame the fact that there is never any down time for the ship to really get a good cleaning. Read entire member review >>
VERY comfortable! Clifford was an A #1 steward. Towel animal was so cute! Our room was well-maintained every day. The shower did not drain well, but a small complication. LOVED our balcony, morning and evening. Read entire member review >>
See above. Overall the cabin was very spacious and clean. Very good storage. Comfortable bed but a little saggy. Location was ideal. Liked the square shower with curtain verses a tube. Read entire member review >>
The cabin itself is your typical Carnival balcony cabin: lots of storage space, a good size for a cruise ship cabin, and despite our concerns, there was actually zero noise coming from the deck below.
It's located near the front of the ship, and you do feel a lot of movement here (as with any forward cabin). I would not recommend it if you suffer from motion sickness. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was spacious enough for us. The balcony was convenient especially when you want to get up early and watch the ship cruise into a new port ahhhhhhh!
There was more than enough storage space for clothes.
Bedding comfortable with towels being changed once they are put on the floor. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was well appointed and bed was very comfortable...there was a frig...not enough electrical plugs. Balcony made the cruise as we like to watch the sea and clouds go by and read. Bathroom was standard for this type of cabin. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was clean and had lots of storage. Room attendant made really cute towel animals every night. Could easily hear noisy guests in the hallway all hours of the night, guests were loud and yelling swear words. Guest in next room were smoking on their balcony. If you do get a balcony, make sure you get the ocean view or the view of ports, when you book the room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was hot. The AC was terrible. We told room stewart twice it was too hot and also went to customer service. It never cooled off. Other than that, everything was terrific. Read entire member review >>
There are very few L-shaped balconies on the ship, and we stayed in one of them. I would definitely do it again. The configuration of the room is nice, and the length of the balcony can't be beat. Read entire member review >>
This room was my first balcony room. The views from the port side when pulling into the ports were beautiful! It was great to sit outside and have a quiet place to your self. It is located over the Venetian Palace theater and yes, you can hear the shows when in your room. It wasn't loud enough that we couldn't sleep, and most of the shows were over by 10 pm. There was little foot traffic in this location being that it is located in the aft of the ship. The little bit of noise that was heard at night would not deter me from booking this room again. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 6469 and over the 5th Promenade so could be loud at night if there was a show below us (usually comedy or karaoke), but that was a negligible for us as we ate at the late seating at did not go to bed til midnight or so. If you had kids or were early to bed, this may be a consideration.
Deck has one chair and one lounger. It is possible to open the deck (doors) to either side if you are cruising with the cabins next door.
Cabin is two singles/one king plus pull out couch. 2 tall closets plus one with shelves.
Cabin was very clean and we had no issues at all. Read entire member review >>
-good size room for 3 persons.
-beds super comfortable
-good size & clean bathroom. Always well stocked with towels & toiletries
-only 2 electrical outlets (1 in the room and 1 in the bathroom)
-safety box in the room a plus Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 6211. This is a balcony cabin located in the extreme forward portion of the Upper Deck. I loved this cabin!!!! In addition to having almost no foot traffic outside of the cabin at any time of the day, we were two doors down from the "secret door" leading to the front of the ship. Being just under the bridge, the views from this vantage point (especially entering and leaving port) were amazing. Read entire member review >>
It was pretty quiet except for the rolling carts above us. Our room always felt hot even though the air conditioning was at full blast. We could always smell Garlic bread baking upstairs. Our balcony wasn't very smoky either, but the door clicked during the middle of the night. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 4638. Directly above Karaoke so probably not good for light sleepers. Small but useable bacony, roomy comfortable comfortable cabin. Plumbing maintenance two seperate days on deck 6 meant no water from 8am to 2pm for 2 of the 3 port days. Very negative responce to complaints to Guest Services. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was the at the very back of the ship. Was told we had an oversized balcony. It was spacious and our room was as well. It was very secluded and very quiet. CLose to elevator and only one floor away from Promenade deck and close to everything!!! Read entire member review >>
Very much liked our cabin. It was very roomy with a wonderful extended balcony. Got a little engine noise since we were at the back of the ship but we got used to it. Russell our cabin steward was great and always had everything we needed. Read entire member review >>
Enough storage for a family of four. Our cabin was either above or under the Venetian Palace so we did hear the entertainment one evening but it didn't disrupt us when going to sleep. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 6347 - Balcony on the Upper deck Starboard. Clean and well maintained. Only downside is that you can hear the music from Promenade deck, just below you. They set up a one person set across and kitty corner from Czar's Casino and will play from late in the evening until about midnight. It's not so loud that you can't sleep, but loud enough that you can tell which song they are playing. If this bothers you, I suggest ear plugs. It didn't bother my wife and I and we would drift off with the music and the light rolling of the ship. Read entire member review >>
I'm a big guy, but the cabin was ideal. The shower was roomy enough. bed was comfortable with great linen. Cabin Steward had done a perfect job. Balcony was used pretty much everyday, especially during the rescue. Read entire member review >>
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