Stateroom has carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
It was a standard Carnival balcony cabin. The balcony seemed smaller than previous balconies. We asked our steward to separate our bed to make 2 twins. There was not enough room between the bed, less than 1 foot between, so it felt like we were still in 1 bed. My mother & sister were in 1065 next door- same issue with the beds being way too close together. There was no space between window & bed either. There were 3 closets, 4-5 drawers, plenty of shelves in the bathroom, drawers under the sofa. No robes in room, no ice bucket. Our steward gave us a card where we could make requests & select our preferred cabin servicing time- morning, evening & both were on the card. My sister next door requested both & was given a bit of trouble for it at 1st, but did comply with her wishes. We did have the balcony partition opened between our balconies (1063/1065) Doing this made the balcony seem even smaller & it partially blocked the window of 1065. It was convenient for us to use the balcony to go between cabins instead of using the hallway. Cabin was cleaned daily, but no notable extra service was provided. Read entire member review >>
CABIN: BALC 1073 Panorama Deck forward.... It was quiet and a nice location to elevators. There is a small FRIDGE stocked with soda and small travel liquor for purchase. I pre-purchased some bottled water and the room steward said I may set aside the soda to have use of the fridge. This is your typical stateroom; 2 beds with a sofa. The ship deck map has the room listed as a: 2-person occupancy. However, I see no reason why one could not easily make a KING BED for parents, and utilizing the sofa as a bed for a child? SAFE, 32" flat screen TV, room light switches at the bed, water and soda to purchase in the room. Two robes hanging in the closet. Conveniently located right off the LIDO 2nd floor made moving around the ship simple.
NOTE: THIS BALCONY is one of the OPEN TOP balconies without a roof. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was average size. I like the white sheets and duvet over bedspreads; Seemed cleaner. Our steward always provided plenty of fresh towels and towel animals every night. Bathroom size was a challenge but keep in mind that this is an older ship. They are using shower curtains which made me question sanitation. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony. Large bathroom. Lots of storage space. Close to stairs and elevator. Comfortable bed. Some problem with cigarette smoke and noise from Lido deck problematic from balcony only. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8391: This cabin is directly under the Lido restaurant. There is considerable noise from carts, scooting of chairs, people running and noisy dishes at all hours of the day and night. Earplugs shut out the noise for me but my husband was a bit more annoyed by it. It was nice being just a floor away from the Lido deck though. Read entire member review >>
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