Our cabin was great. Honestly to us the cabins are always the same. It was nice to see different art work than the past cruises. We do however miss how you used to receive sample toiletries in the restrooms, but that dwindled over the years and now has been non existent for a while. Read entire member review >>
Overall we were very happy with this cabin. It was spacious enough for the 2 of us and we enjoyed being able to look out of the back of the ship. Have the aft cabin gave us a bigger balcony which was enjoyable.
The one negative was that the balcony was over the spotlight lounge and you could hear the bass thumping everynight until at least 6am in the morning. The thumping was bearable until the Wednesday evening when between 11:30pm and 1am it was so loud that it literally woke us up. Our entire room was shaking - we thought the glasses were going to break. We ended up complaining to Customer Service and eventually got a credit for that evening.
We found that the bathroom fogged up after a shower and required the door to be open to clear it out - it was a small issue.
Other than this issue we enjoyed the room and found that it was ample space for 2 people. Read entire member review >>
Loved our aft balcony, room was plenty large with more than enough storage! Loved our balcony time out of the wind (except when rule-breakers next door were smoking) and we had some fantastic sunrise and sunset views, It was extremely quiet at the back of the ship. Stewards were fantastic, they and the servers work so hard! Please tip them well! They deserve every penny they earn and work sooo hard! Thanks for a great cruise! Read entire member review >>
Great room! Our steward Rai was attentive and amazing! If the rest of the staff is taking this good of care then I don't see how there are negative reviews of the cabins. However, when it come to interior rooms. You get what you pay for. They're just no fun. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Magic 7455, Balcony size is 75 feet as opposed to the normal 35 feet.
We always pick these cabins same cabins with large balcony can be found on deck 6 also. Cabin is same size instead of couch its a chair and small round table. We enjoy the extra balcony space.. I did post a you tube video for anyone interested. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was either the most spacious we have ever had or maybe just better arranged because it certainly seemed more spacious. In fact following the cruise we spent one night in a Barcelona hotel and the room seems smaller than our cabin. It was actually bigger but its arrangement made it seem small. I loved the small bathroom. It too seemed more roomy. The closet and storage space was plenty for us (we tend to travel very light) but others might find them a bit limiting. Cabin was very quiet, the balcony was great except of smoke from the neighbor at times. Read entire member review >>
Cabin No. 8470
Very good large, regular shaped cabin with good sized balcony.
Great views over the stern
Quiet corridor because almost no passing pedestrian traffic.
Bit noisy when maneuvering for docking, often wakened by vibration from screws reversing etc. in the small hours but easy to tolerate.
Well worth the small inconvenience. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9476 was noisy because below Lido Deck with chairs and tables scooting around all hours of the day and night. Also poor ventilation on balconies caused us to get smoked on from both sides. Read entire member review >>
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