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 steward was almost nonexistent, with a two year old, we required more attention, could not even tell you his name, needed fresh towels and beds changed and had to request three times before going to guest services, they fixed the problem but were not very caring. Read entire member review >>
Chose the ocean view cabin because got a good price and it is the biggest size cabin
in Carnival ships except the suits and up, prefer to have more room instead of a balcony.
Is good to have mini-fridges to keep any cold drinks you might bring in. No extras in the
bathroom except for 2 bars of soap. No more robes in the cabin, you have to request them. Read entire member review >>
We booked two adjacent connecting oceanview rooms for our family. The rooms were quite spacious, well lit and clean. One room had a king bed and 1 twin (for the kids) and our room had one king bed. The beds were extremely comfortable with enough pillows for us all. I unpacked for all of us and we had enough closet space for all our things. The dresser has its own light for the ladies who like a well lit space for their makeup. The top drawer of dresser has a small hair dryer. Overall, our family was quite comfortable. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very clean and spacious. The room attendant kept us stocked with fresh washcloths/towels and beach towels twice daily. I loved the convenience of a mini-fridge stocked with water and beverages. Read entire member review >>
Our room (1393, oceanview) was definitely spacious enough for the two of us, with a shower/sink/toilet/counter with plenty of shelves around the mirror to store your things, a couch, chair, and table, which we used to keep our luggage on during the trip, king bed, TV, small desk/counter area, and mini fridge. The closet space was also more than enough, and hangers were provided, although I brought a few of my own to hang things to steam in the bathroom. Hair dryer was included in the drawer, which was a plus, but wouldn't have been powerful enough for my really thick hair if it was long. Tip: if you bring bottled water and sodas on the ship with you, which we recommend, just take everything out of your minifridge and keep on the shelf behind the TV while your things get cold. We weren't charged for them since we never used them, only our own. Read entire member review >>
Loved our room. Quiet and still close to the elevator. We loved the huge picture window. It was fun to watch the waves crash over the boat through the window. The 3 closets came in handy. Two girls for Four suit cases and we still had room. Worth the extra money to get an ocean view room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1348 had an ocean view, was clean and bright, a couch/twin bed, two twins, 3 closets, nice bathroom, a vanity with plenty of cabinets and counter space. This wasn't our original cabin. We were able to upgrade from an inside room, due to rate changes. So glad we did. Our cabin was clean, located close to a section of elevators, & quiet. Our location on the ship was perfect, we were right in the middle and only had to take an elevator to 9th floor, which put us right at the pool and everything else was very close by. Read entire member review >>
I loved our cabin and felt the location was fine. It was typically quiet in our hallways and we heard no noise from common areas. I thought the bathroom was very nice and spacious - better layout than older ships. A lot of closet space and drawers. One room (1389) was a king size bed - very comfortable. (1391) was twin beds also very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
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