Suite with a private, large balcony and a queen bed. These extra-large category 11 suites have a separate sitting area and a private balcony. Special features include a large vanity/dressing table, refrigerator and entertainment area.
Cabin was well appointed with a king size bed, couch and chair, ample closet and drawer space, vanity/make up mirror area, bathroom with large sink and jetted tub, small desk area, TV, DVD player, small refrigerator, two types of lighting which could be brightness controlled, balcony with 4 chairs (two of which could be reclined) and two small tables. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very spacious and well appointed. We had more than enough closet and drawer space for all our clothes. The bed was very comfortable and the balcony was very large. We had four deck chairs and two tables on the balcony. The bath had two sinks and a jacuzzi tub with shower. There was also a couch in our stateroom. The TV stations were limited, but we did not spend much time in the stateroom except late in the evening. Read entire member review >>
Tons of storage. 2 complete closets, one located near the bed and the other located in the dressing area. At least 8 drawers scattered about. 3 nightstands. 2 corner cabinets and a refrigerator. Jetted tub/shower in the bathroom. Would easily accommodate 3 people. The only reason I would never book this cabin again is its close proximity to the atrium. Lots of noise. Read entire member review >>
Nothing special. Just a little bigger than the balcony rooms but it did have a bathtub. LOTS of storage room and a small area next to the bathroom for grooming/hair drying/etc. Cabin 7264. attendant was GREAT. (Alicia was hardworking and very friendly and attentive.)
Even though it was close to the elevator there was very little noise from the outside and the proximity to the Golden Restaurant was perfect. Two floors above the shops was also nice. Not sure a "bathtub is worth THAT much more money but HEY it was nice to have. My wife loves baths and I am a "shower person". Just her being happy is what it is all about for me. Read entire member review >>
Our room was spacious and comfortable but this location is awful. The music and trivia, etc taking place in the lobby (which is pretty much ALL afternoon and evening) travels up and directly though the door. I think because it's open space in front of the glass elevators, which are directly in front of our room. A suite a few doors away in either direction would be a better choice. It was very loudly heard in our stateroom nightly. We spent most of our time on the balcony, but HAD we wanted to go to bed early or take a nap after a long day in port, forget about it! We travel with a small white noise machine and would turn it on at bedtime and it would drown out the noise completely.
There are two outlets, one on the desk and one in the vanity area and a ton of storage space. Lots of drawers, two closets and plenty of counter space. Read entire member review >>
I love this cabin. It's just the right size for 2 people. Here's what's in the room: TV with DVD player, safe, reading lights on both sides of bed, refrigerator filled with soda, liquor and beer, desk with chair, large couch (that changes into a twin bed if needed), large bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and shower (with shampoo and body wash dispensers), clothes line in tub (pulls from wall), double sinks/large mirror and 3 knobs for wet towels and clothes, dressing area with makeup table with four drawers and large mirror as well as 2 closet areas and another closet in the main room. I would suggest brining hangers. They have some in there but not enough if you have a lot to hang.
The bed was comfortable and pushed together as a king but it can be two twins if you ask. The room steward was wonderful. Whatever we needed, I left him a note and that afternoon it would be done. Being that it was a suite, our room was made and ready no later than 10 everyday. That was the best!!! He would come back around 6:30pm or so and do pull down service as well as leave the next day FUNTIMES and new towel animal on the bed.
This cabin is in the middle of the ship and was perfectly centered between everything. There were elevators out the left of our door that took us to the Lido Deck and food. The elevators to our right took us to the Promenade Deck and Lobby.
Noise was okay. We had some people that were pretty loud the 2nd night of the cruise until someone asked them to move their party to one of the decks, but after that, we never heard anything. Read entire member review >>
Pleasant surprise, about one and half of a regular cabin, more room in main area, larger balcony, bathroom was great, double sinks, large tub with glass enclosure, jacuzzi jets and great shower head. Loved the dressing room area off the bathroom, double closets plus extra door to shut and get ready privately. Also much storage with drawers, another closet, shelves. Bar area with glasses and fridge. Two twin beds that can be pushed together, also sofa bed and small table. We loved this cabin!! Would book another in a heartbeat. Read entire member review >>
Suite 7250 was just great. Lots of space, comfy bed, spacious bathroom area and it even has a dressing/makeup table. Very clean. And we loved the balcony. Room was pretty quiet, though on some rare occasions we could hear our neighbors' baby cry in the next room or people talking in the hallways. Location in the forward area of the ship was also good - just a few steps away from elevators and stairs. Right in the middle between Lido and Promenade Deck.
Cabin steward was great and we loved the towel animals she put on our bed every evening. Read entire member review >>
Since the cruise was such a hard sell for my husband -- I reserved an Ocean Suite -- room 7329. This gave us VIP privileges. Embarkation was fast and easy. No lines. We were able to eat right away on the Lido deck and then explore the ship. We could not believe how nice people were on board the ship. All we had to do is mention that we were first time cruisers, and everyone wanted to help and give advice. We went to our room and was pleasantly surprised that all of our luggage was already in our room. I had our room decorated with the anniversary decorations -- purchased through Carnival. My husband was amazed at the size of the room. We had so much storage space. The bathroom was large with a whirlpool bathtub. So far so good!!! Read entire member review >>
The Ocean suite was great! Plenty of storage, clean, well appointed and comfortable. The mattress needed replacement. You could tell it was just overused and ready to be replaced. Nevertheless, we slept like rocks after a great day! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7271 - Ocean Suite. Very nice cabin, large, plenty of storage. The balcony was dirty looking and not conducive to sitting out there and enjoying the sea air. The television only had limited programming and one had to pay per view for movies. The jacuzzi tub was small but adequate for her, not for him. Read entire member review >>
We had an Ocean Suite on deck 7. Great accommodation. Plenty of closet space. Large bathroom with jacuzzi dressing room. TV & VCR. Very nicely decorated. Great deck. Good location. Quiet except for cruise director's annoying voice over loud speakers in hallway. Read entire member review >>
7249 OS spacious and clean. Love the amount of storage and having a bath with glass sliders even for showers makes it roomy and clean.
Location is forward SB and seemed quite smooth. Hallways were quiet most of the time except when the inside cabin crowd were leaving. I assume a lot of people per cabin or a big group that new each other!
Balcony while nice I would look at the value as we did not spend any real time out there. I guess if you were a book reader and wanted privacy the value would be there? Read entire member review >>
Cabin No: 7317 - The suite was spacious & having a shower within a bath was heaven when you didn't bump into the sides trying to wash your hair! (A funny anecdote: I met a woman in the women's spa who was showering there every day as they were larger than the cabin's showers - not a bad tip if you could be bothered taking your stuff up there every day!) There were his & her basins which were also a treat. The sofa was made up as our son's bed, which was fine by us. There was plenty of hanger and storage space. The balcony was a decent size with an easy opening door. We were on Deck 7 - sandwiched between other accommodation only floors so there was very little noise from the noisy public areas, It was easy to forget we were on a ship. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was excellent, very spacious Ocean suite (275 sq. ft + 65 sq. ft balcony) and elegant decor. Plenty of closet space (three), a large vanity/dressing table, mini bar, DVD/VCR, and whirlpool bath. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Liberty, Category: OS, Cabin# 7266
Wonderful cabin/suite, large balcony, lots of space and storage, loved the separate dressing area and whirlpool tub in the large bathroom. Good location did not feel much motion of the rough seas. Read entire member review >>
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