Balcony (obstructed views)
Partially obstructed oceanview staterooms. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.

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Balcony (obstructed views) (7A) Cabin Reviews

Great Trip : Cabin 5142
Sail Date: November 2017
The cabin was very clean when we arrived. The obstruction was the front of a lifeboat and did not interfere with the view much. The pillows were great, the bed was adequate, and I was able to sleep like a baby. The steward was friendly and ... Read More
The cabin was very clean when we arrived. The obstruction was the front of a lifeboat and did not interfere with the view much. The pillows were great, the bed was adequate, and I was able to sleep like a baby. The steward was friendly and attentive. He attended to the cabin twice a day and made towel animals by request! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Pleanty of room as this room was larger because the balcony was longer, even though there were lifeboats obstructing the view, which we knew in advance. We paid $200 more than our friends who had a regular balcony room on Deck 5 and it ... Read More
Pleanty of room as this room was larger because the balcony was longer, even though there were lifeboats obstructing the view, which we knew in advance. We paid $200 more than our friends who had a regular balcony room on Deck 5 and it was a lot smaller than our room, but in mid deck. I think there were only 4 of these types of room on Deck 5, two on each side of the ship. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2016
For 5 people we had 2 cabins. Plenty of room. We had the crew open the screen to connect the two balconies. Deck 5 was the same floor as camp carnival. Felt very little movement at all when in the cabin. Only downside was that you ... Read More
For 5 people we had 2 cabins. Plenty of room. We had the crew open the screen to connect the two balconies. Deck 5 was the same floor as camp carnival. Felt very little movement at all when in the cabin. Only downside was that you could feel the vibration of the engine a bit. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2016
Our family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 children (ages 4 and 7) shared an obstructed view balcony cabin (5237). The cabin itself was a standard carnival cabin, which is a good thing. They are big, have lots of storage and are well laid out, ... Read More
Our family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 children (ages 4 and 7) shared an obstructed view balcony cabin (5237). The cabin itself was a standard carnival cabin, which is a good thing. They are big, have lots of storage and are well laid out, even for a family of 4. The bathroom was good sized, with great water pressure in the shower. Our stateroom was in poor condition. There were nicks and scratches all over the wood trim, scuffs on the ceiling and burnt light bulbs that were never replaced. Our cabin steward didn't help our impression of the cabin. On our first day, I noticed some cheerios under the desk that were still there on the last day! Our cabin steward was friendly the two times we saw him during our cruise, but he seemed to do the bare minimum possible. My kids got the floor sandy after our day in Cabo and it was still there 2 days later. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2015
Adequate for two people with comfy beds and all amenities. No longer allowed to smoke on balcony (which was a disappointment to me!) Read More
Adequate for two people with comfy beds and all amenities. No longer allowed to smoke on balcony (which was a disappointment to me!) Read Less

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