(185 sq. ft.) French doors with obstructed views. Two twin beds (convertible to king-size bed). Sofa and coffee table. TV; telephone; 110 AC current; individual climate control; wall safe; 3 closets; full bathroom with shower; hair dryer; mini bar.
Ours was 4140 it was spacious enough, we had two life boats either side of our French doors, so it was nice to have natural light, I found the bet slightly hard,but I do enjoy soft beds, pillows were soft
The boys had 4107 which was made up of two singles, plenty room for them, their doors looked out at two life rafts but fine for them
Both cabins were clean when we arrived, bathroom stocked of all the towels and shampoo and shower gel full
Everyday the rooms were cleaned and restocked of supplies, could not fault Read entire member review >>
I booked the cheapest possible fare, an inside cabin. When we received our room assignment, Carnival put us in a wheelchair accessible room with a window. The room was huge - the bathroom massive. The bed was too firm for my liking, but provided for a good nights sleep none-the-less. We asked for extra pillows which were provided with a smile. I don't think the thermostat was working, the setting made no difference at all to the temperature of the room, it was comfortable most of the time anyway. One silly thing that wasn't thought through... you need a credit card to use the in-room safe. There is no charge, the card just becomes your key, but I wanted my credit card in the safe, not carried around with me on the ship. Read entire member review >>
This room is a wheelchair accessible room. It was quite large and the bathroom was well set out. The only problem I came across was water from the shower running across the bathroom when the ship swayed. If you get this room ask for extra towels each day to put on the floor in a V formation as we did. That solved the problem.
The only downside was the clothes closet was a bit smaller than in a regular room but then the room was larger than a regular one. This room has a window not a French door but you look between the lifeboats. Read entire member review >>
Good cabin with obstructed french doors that open. We had a small view between the lifeboats which allowed us to see the ocean/ports etc. Good storage space, room was generally quiet but creaked a bit in high/rough seas, hallway was only noisy due to lots of kids running up and down at times. Otherwise, very quiet location that I would book again if travelling on Spirit class ship. Read entire member review >>
Our obstructed view meant we looked mostly at lifeboat #5, but we could see daylight, breath fresh air, and see the current weather without leaving the room.
Bathroom was adequate size and had a clothes drying line. We had three closets. Two for hanging and one with shelves. We had four small drawers and a small shallow cabinet and a room safe. The minibar fridge remained locked. There were two mirrored areas in the cabin but only one outlet for charging electronics. Read entire member review >>
Great room, despite seeing a lifeboat out your window. Would not hesitate to book an identical cabin in the future. Lots of closet space and a nice sofa to sit on. VERY comfortable beds! Read entire member review >>
Inside w/ french doors.View of a lifeboat.Allowed air circulation.Largest inside cabin we have ever had.Plenty of cabinet space.Small but adequate bathroom.Quiet location.Too firm mattress.Need ESPN or other sports channels on room tv's and more sports channels in bars on board. Read entire member review >>
4124: French Door Balcony Room. We had 3 people but we could see in the ceiling where a 4th bed could come down. It was clean and the steward was great. It has the french doors that open fully. They will not stay open on there own, so you need to prop them open with something if you want the fresh air. This was at the end of the lifeboat so you could see down to the water, best view was from the bed. There was a very loud groaning coming from inside the wall by the doors. We tried opening and closing them, etc... but when closed the groaning could get loud. Overall I liked the room and despite the groaning would book it again for the fresh air at inside pricing. Read entire member review >>
Exterior room for interior rate with French doors. Pulled back curtain and view was directly in center of a lifeboat. One door opened allowing for fresh air. This was pleasant on the Alaska cruise as it was cool. This would not be of any advantage on a warm weather cruise. Read entire member review >>
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