The cabin was quite adequate and better than I had anticipated. This was our first interior room so I did miss my view, but overall it was a pleasant room. It was kept perfectly clean and had everything we needed in the room including a hair dryer and mini-fridge. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin on 9th floor mid ship. Had read in some reviews that they heard chairs scraping, etc above them all night. My husband is a light sleeper and we heard nothing at all. The cabins seem to be very sound limiting. At first glance the room seems small and the bathroom is small but the storage is great and we had no problem putting everything we had away and suitcases under the bed and after unpacking the room looked as uncluttered as it was when we first opened the door. And we are heavy packers! Our steward was great and at my request left us a bucket of ice every night. My husband was skeptical about the size of the room and an inside cabin but we had no issues at all and he even remarked how well it worked out for us. Read entire member review >>
The water was rough and there was more motion sickness than we had experienced in our last cruise. Our was far aft so our room had more motion than grandma and kids room in middle of ship. I was surprised how much room there is in the bathroom- much more than the last time we sailed (Carnival Inspiration). No need for the over the door organizer, there was plenty of counter space. Lots of closet room. Shower is awesome! Read entire member review >>
Interior 4 person room on Deck 6. We were directly above the comedy club, but never heard even a slight bit of noise from it. This room has two sets of bunks, and seemed slightly smaller than other Carnival ships that I've been on of other classes. Read entire member review >>
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