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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.

Cloud 9 Spa Interior (4S)
Decks: Deck 10
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Cloud 9 Spa Interior Cabin Reviews
Cabin 1046
Jun 2017
First Cruise - Disappointing By: rleepreston10
I would not pay extra for a spa room again on this cruise ship. I really didn't use the amenities as I was busy doing other things and there was no difference at all in these rooms as there are on other ships.
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Cabin 1015
Feb 2017
Great location other than neighbors staying in hall talking loudly every night (way past midnight). The room was comfortable but not as clean or as luxurious as you usually see in a spa level room.
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Cabin 1019
Mar 2016
Feb. 21, 2016 By: wannago2
Jonethan, our room steward kept our room tidy and clean.
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Cabin 1022
Oct 2015
Cabin 1006
Sep 2015
Very convenient to spa and front deck. Cabin was Handicap accessible with a roll in shower.We didn't need it to be accessible but it was one of the last 3 cabins available.
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Cabin 1005
Jul 2015
We had room 1005, cloud 9 spa room. It was very quiet. Sujana was our room steward. He worked very hard and was always available to help us. We enjoyed the special shampoos and conditioners that were supplied. Our favorite was the thalasso pool. At the most there were 6 people in there and it never felt crowded. It did wonders for my arthritis!
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Cabin 1042
Nov 2012
Quite room, great room Steward, felt a lot of movement in rough water, not good location for someone who gets sea sick. Would pay extra fro spa room again and again. Ship has a weird vibration everywhere.
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Cabin 6381
Nov 2012
Mexican Riveria By: vm56715
We had cabin 6381. It would have been great if you are in a wheelchair. We did not use a wheelchair. Great big bathroom, but huge lack of closet space. Close to the elevators, and noisy at times.
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Cabin 1046
Oct 2012
Beyond My Expectations By: mtfrazier89
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Cabin 1019
Jun 2012
Inside spa stateroom would have been better without past guest getting sick in our room. Spa elevator behind bed was a big mistake.
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Cabin 1051
May 2012
CABIN 1051, Deck 10, Promenade: I would say YES to the spa cabins but NO to cabin 1051. It is the last of the interior rooms and closer to the middle of the ship so I chose thinking I'd feel less of the ship movement. However; this room is right next to the stewards galley for the deck and every morning at 6 a.m. I awoke to the banging of various carts being pulled out. The photograph of the cabin on the Carnival website is it, I was wondering what the rest of the room looked like but the answer is there is no more, lol (besides a bathroom and closets.) There was TONS of closet space, and with our luggage stored under the bed we had plenty of storage room. The spa ocean view's were sold out very quickly so I think getting one is rare. I almost went with a spa balcony but they were $500 more and despite several calls I never was able to con anyone into giving me one at a discount. $500 is about what we spent on our sign and sail for alcohol, gambling, the steak house etc. so I am happy with my choice to stick with an interior (plus it's nice and dark in there!) Whatever you choose, if you like going to spa's then yes yes yes, get a spa room on the Splendor!
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May 2011
7 Splendored Days By: jyuan
Lots of Closet room, can put luggage underneath bed, bathroom was bigger than I thought, Spa rooms are extremely clean.
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Cabin 1038
Nov 2009
Room was great, nice layout and love the extra spa amenities and decor. Elemis spa items were appreciated as they are the norm from past experience with HAL and NCL. Room can be up to a quad with the 2 lowers and two uppers. Beds would probably work best in twin configuration if using the uppers, and then it would be like 2 sets of bunkbeds basically. Room is a little noisy due to fitness area above, but only obnoxious if you want to nap during the day. Gym hours mean above you is closed from 10pm to 6am.
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Cabin 1050
Nov 2009
Splendidly Surprised By: Winterstale
Spa Interior Cabin - Splendor - worth every penny to have the unlimited access to the spa facilities - smallish but not too tiny, quiet location, good closet space, easy luggage storage under the bed - all in all just perfect for the deal we got!
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Sep 2009
When More means Less By: arizona777
Inside cabin was about right in size and furnishings. Would have been great to enjoy the extra "Spa" category amenities, but as an upgrade I might as well have been in steerage. I do like the bathroom layout, far superior to some competitors in the bargain market. Excellent towels and robes. Smallish but adequate flat-screen TV, very limited choice of channels as usual. Good closet and drawer space.
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