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.
Typical cabin. Fairly spacious with a couch and chair. Nice size window to see out. I still find it annoying these ships are rigged for 220v. Only 1 110v outlet in the cabin. Bed was comfortable enough. Pillows were too thick for my liking. Small TV with just a few channels and not much worth watching. Cabin Steward was good. The days if getting little chocolates at turn down are a thing of the past however. Read entire member review >>
We had 2 cabins 2314 and 2316 Interior 4C and Ocean View 6C.
The girls (3) were in the Ocean View LOVED it plenty of room and lots of space and plenty of closet and drawer space. Didn't care for the inside cabin but that was the guys and I didn't have to be in it. They loved it though. Said they had plenty of space and there were 4 of them. I need a window or balcony.
service was great and the steward asked us when we would go out in the morning and when we would go out for dinner. He slipped in and out while we were gone. Very friendly but didn't see him much due to us being gone all the time. Was excellent with cleaning the room though. Read entire member review >>
This was a nice cabin. We liked having the larger window to see outside with out the expense of a balcony, which I am not sure how much we would use. The cabin looked a bit well worn with one of the closet doors not latching completely and a lot of dings around the window well. One of the lamps above the couch didn't work, but that didn't impact us. The cabin was plenty spacious for the 2 of us and the bathroom and shower were not bad for size. The storage shelves along the bathroom mirror was nice.The cabin had plenty of closet space and a ton of hangers. The drawers under the couch were filled with bedding for the pullman bed and couch to be a bed so we couldn't use that space. We did put our empty suitcases under the bed, but that wasn't super easy because the ladder for the pullman bed was under there, along with the 2 twin bed, bedding, but we made it work.
The cabin was under the Galley/Kitchen area so I was a bit concerned about noise and brought ear plugs along but it was never a problem. The temperature control seemed to work well. We would definitely stay in this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
I find cabins on Carnival to be roomier than they are on a lot of other lines. The window was large and unfortunately dirty but we found most of the ship windows in the same state. Lots of storage space. Luggage fits under bed. We had twin beds which are certainly narrow. Mine was very hard but when I asked the steward for a topper he did that right away and it was a real help. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was quite spacious. No complaints at all! Very impressed with our room attendants as they seemed to know our names after day 1 and always had our room cleaned and tidied. Read entire member review >>
I guess I had "Guarantee", I am not sure what that means. Anyway the cabin was very adequate for 2 people. TV was not very good, I couldn't get ESPN or any sports news. No toiletries, just the shampoo and shower gel containers in the shower, and one bar of soap. Read entire member review >>
Largest cabin we have had including balcony units. I assume because it is designed for 4 that is why it is larger but it was far better than we thought it was going to be. Plenty of room for the 4 of us. Read entire member review >>
Nice large room with a great Room Stewart named Frank. If you get him you will be very lucky as he was one of the best we have ever had. The room had a large window, king bed, couch, table and lots of closet space.Nicely located close to the main restaurants and elevators. Read entire member review >>
We were in adjoining Ocean View cabins 2404 and 2408. The cabins were roomy (roomier than the balcony rooms) and the connecting door made it like having our own suite. The pullman and sofabed were always made up in the room we were sharing with the kids, so we used the sitting area in my parents’ cabin as a place to visit together and watch TV. It worked out really well and gave us more space than adjoining balconies would have. We spend so little time in the cabin, aside from changing, naps and sleep, that I don’t feel the lack of a balcony, and with 4 of us in a room, I’d rather have the space anyway. Read entire member review >>
I like the lower decks, mid ship. Not much swaying. It's also easier to go from one side of the ship to the other and access other decks. There are several decks that you have to go up a couple of decks in order to get across the ship. Read entire member review >>
This was a comfortable cabin on the Main (2nd) deck. It was very convenient although it was a possible adjoining cabin (we did not know the people in the adjoining cabin) and we were awakened most mornings to a loud woman's voice reading to her cabin mate the daily agenda. I don't know if this was because of the adjoining door, or if the woman was just extraordinarily loud.My first cruise on the seventh deck of Norwegian Jewel, I was queasy the entire voyage, this time on Main Deck I was never ill for one minute. The cabin is in the Fore section, but one cabin over started Midship, so it was the best of all worlds - lower price, best convenience, more stability. Read entire member review >>
We had rooms 2409 and 2407, they are connecting OV cabins. Perfect for families. Kids in one room parents in the other. The second bathroom and closet space is a great extra bonus. Perfect combination size and privacy at a good price point without tripping over everyone. since we were midships on the second deck we were considered cat 6c. Only issue we had was the ventilation system was drawing in a smoke smell from adjacent cabins where there were smokers on our cruise. we complained and they did "refresh" the cabin which helped but it never truly went away. In our 5 cruises with Carnival this was our first one where we were bothered by smoke in a cabin. Read entire member review >>
Category 6C, #2286. Very clean, spacious, plenty of closet and drawer space, lots of light, sofa, chair, coffee table, flat screen TV, in-room safe and minibar, vanity/desk area w/ one electrical outlet, adjustable thermostat, 2 twin size beds (convertible to one queen, and tastefully decorated.
Bathroom was small, but manageable. Plenty of shelf space, one electrical outlet, free samples of toiletries, soap, shampoo, and body was provided, removable and adjustable spray shower head, plenty of towels! Read entire member review >>
We stayed in an outside cabin for this cruise as the balcony rooms were too high and we didn't plan on staying in the room very much. The room was suprisingly spacious with a flat panel TV. We had a huge window and it had enough room where the two of us could sit in the window sill comfortably and look out. It was pretty neat. The bathroom was larger than usually as well and the two of us had plenty of room to manuever. Although we were on deck 2, it was not noise at all and not shaky either. Read entire member review >>
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