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.
Mid-way on Empress deck. Balcony is rather small with 2 chairs. Room was in good condition but old tube TV. Bed was comfortable as was temp control. Typical bathroom with super water pressure and constant temperature. Heard no noise from neighbors. Plenty of storage and room safe - also includes bar fridge. Steward Carlos did a terrific job each and every day. close to stairs & elevators. Read entire member review >>
Excellent. Plenty of closet space, comfy beds. Kids loved the bunk beds. Always clean. Bathroom was very clean. I love the retractable clothes line in the shower. Best of all was the balcony. My husband spent hours out there watching the waves and even saw a few dolphins! Read entire member review >>
we had adjoining rooms 6135 and 6137 - this was the best decision ever. we left the door open in-between the rooms, made it more spacious. Nice to have the 2nd bathroom too! Read entire member review >>
We got a cabin on the 7th deck aka verandah deck. Room was small. I got used to it, but it seemed small. We had myself and two sons in this room and it was hard to keep neat for lack of storge. Our cabin dude was awsome. He took great care of us despite Carnival. I pre-paid tips but wanted to encourage his awsome attitude and tipped him and the helper extra. Read entire member review >>
Nice view. quite we had 7216 & 7218. Vibrations that husband found annoying when sleeping, but I found soothing. No noise from elevators. Close to stairs elevators. Beds very comfortable great bedding. Shower pressure good. Would book this location again. Read entire member review >>
7303 handicapped cabin was nicely appointed for my dad. He can move around with a walker, it may have been a bit tight if he was completely confined to the wheel chair.
7227 standard Carnival balcony cabin. Tight when one person is coming in our out of the bathroom while the other is in the closet space.
7225 interior - great for two teenaged boys. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8129 is located underneath the gym on the starboard side of the ship. LOTs of closet space and drawers, bathroom was nice, balcony was nice, beds were comfy and there was also a table and sofa.
Surprisingly, being under the gym, the cabin is rather quiet! the gym closes at 10pm, so by the time you head to bed (unless you're an early sleeper) there is hardly any noise!
The cabin is very close to the elevators (right around the corner) and also just a flight of stairs up to deck 9 that has the gym, spa, and the same deck the Mermaid grille is on, so makes getting food perhaps TOO easy! Good thing you're near the gym! Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 6253, a balcony midship on the Empress deck(6) which is about mid way up (deck 9 being Lido on this ship). The cabin was exactly like every other Carnival ship we have been on, good storage, a decent sized bathroom, and the bed was very comfortable. We were 3 people in the cabin and we all tend to over pack, but there was room to put everything away and store the 4 suitcases we brought under the bed. Read entire member review >>
Nice room, good storage, good balcony, close to elevator, right below Lido Deck so it was very convenient to pool & Mermaids Grille (in fact great location to come back and use your own bathroom). Right above main lobby as well so it was convenient for Normandie Dining. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6219 Pride - Great location, quiet, midship. Balcony is adequate for two chairs and table. Plenty of space inside for clothing, accessories, and toiletries. Had space left over, luggage fit comfortably under the bed. Read entire member review >>
Our room was very spacious even with the 4 of us in it. There was a queen bed, a twin, and then a twin bunk bed that the steward pulled from the ceiling each night while we were at dinner. The bathroom was small but it wasn't unbearable. There was plenty of closet space and we just slid our luggage under the bed after we unpacked. We had a great view. The balcony had 2 chairs and a little table. At one point 6 of us were out there standing. My room was decorated for my birthday when I walked in I was so suprised that they took the time to do that! Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 8210 on the Panorama deck. We were in mid ship and it was very quiet. Hardly a sound in the hallway. Just one thing: We were under the Lido deck, so occasionally we heard wheels from food carts rolling across our ceiling... nothing to write home about. We actually want this cabin again...
The closets are pretty large. There are two for hanging up clothes and one with large shelves. We also had a desk with a few small draws. And another short closet in front of the bed for our shoes.
The bathroom has several small shelves to hold toiletries. It was GREAT...I have tons of stuff and they all fit. I loved the walk in shower.
The balcony was heavenly :-)) Plexi-Glass enclosure allowed for a great view :-) It was the Panorama deck. Need I say more? :-)) Read entire member review >>
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