Balcony
Oceanview stateroom with private balcony and twin beds that convert to king. 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 (8C) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: February 2018
Our cabin had a balcony on Deck #5. The room had ample space for two and had a sofa that could be pulled out for additional guests. That would have been pushing the comfort level with more people. The décor was severely out-dated and ... Read More
Our cabin had a balcony on Deck #5. The room had ample space for two and had a sofa that could be pulled out for additional guests. That would have been pushing the comfort level with more people. The décor was severely out-dated and tattered. Bed clothing was old and some had obvious staining that multiple washings had not been able to remove. Some of the furnishings had staining as well. Overall not a bad room but needs to have complete décor update. ‘C’. Read Less
Good time on Carnival : Cabin 5208
Sail Date: November 2017
Cabin was clean and the bed was comfy. The shower never got as hot as I'd like it.
Cabin was clean and the bed was comfy. The shower never got as hot as I'd like it. Read Less
smoking on ship : Cabin 8207
Sail Date: October 2017
outdated and needs work, but clean
outdated and needs work, but clean Read Less
Carnivals best class : Cabin 7311
Sail Date: September 2017
Excellent room with the best of stewards....Roberto.
Excellent room with the best of stewards....Roberto. Read Less
Disney on Water : Cabin 5209
Sail Date: July 2017
The cabin was smallish but suited us fine. We got a kick out of the decor which we called "Early Seventies Elvis." Everyday, we found towels folded into different animals, which was amusing. We loved our little balcony, where we ... Read More
The cabin was smallish but suited us fine. We got a kick out of the decor which we called "Early Seventies Elvis." Everyday, we found towels folded into different animals, which was amusing. We loved our little balcony, where we could sit and look out at the vast ocean. The TV lost most stations after we left US waters, but we weren't there to watch TV, so we didn't care. We enjoyed the TV channel that showed the location of the ship on a world map, and the channel that showed the front of the ship! No bathtub, which was a little disappointing. Plenty of storage for our things Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
Cabin 5212 was in a great location, very quiet and only a minimal vibration from the engines could be felt. I did find the bed to be too hard but our cabin steward, Josie, put an extra duvet under the sheet to soften it up for me. I ... Read More
Cabin 5212 was in a great location, very quiet and only a minimal vibration from the engines could be felt. I did find the bed to be too hard but our cabin steward, Josie, put an extra duvet under the sheet to soften it up for me. I also found the location of the TV to be a little awkward and ended up with a crick in my neck. Our balcony was our little slice of heaven...we passed a number of hours just relaxing and watching the sea go by. Read Less

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