Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to king. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.
Typical interior cabin, located on Riviera deck (1), aft/starboard. King bed (two twins put together). Three closets, but only two available to hang things in, the other has the safe and life jackets. Also 3 drawers and two shelves for storage. Funky hair dryer in bathroom looks like a vacuum unit. Got a lot of rumble from the engines when docking or leaving port. Pretty easy to hear the couple next door arguing, but fortunately they didn't use the room much. The room steward, Deli, was nice, but they don't service the rooms as well as they used to. Read entire member review >>
Stewart was on his last trip before going home. Needless to say, he had already checked out. Have never had such a bad stewart. He maybe came in once a day. They Newbies with us were next door and did not even receive the famed towel animal, but once. They were disappointed. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6240, located on Main deck forward. Is directly above the Rome Theater about half way between the forward stairs and the very front of the ship. If you're in the room during a show or rehearsal it can be a bit noisy. I think it's located inside of the speakers but you could hear the entire show. If it was just a game show or bingo you really couldn't notice. Once the last show was done for the night it was a quite location, not like being above or below a dance club. Deck six is just above the Promenade deck and was a quicker way to get to the back of the ship to get to the Paris dining room or up to the Lido deck buffet. Except to go to deck zero for port calls it's usually only three decks down for the lobby bar and guest services or three levels up for the Lido pools and buffet. Only took elevator maybe three times, stairs were quicker. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1410 - Interior Cabin, lowest deck, aft. It was nice and quiet but you did hear the engine when entering a port and docking. Very small in regards to having a place to put all of your things. Read entire member review >>
Our room was an inside on Riveria aft next to the elevator. Nothing special about the room. If you like to sleep late you won't be able to on port days because you can hear the thruster. Read entire member review >>
This was our first outside cabin and it was great. Very roomy and a great view. Pretty quiet and very close to the dining room. We just walked around the corner to the stairs and went up 1 flight to the dining room. The nearest elevator took us right to the Lido deck between the Aft pool and the buffet. We had a gorgeous view of 2 out of the 3 ports as we pulled in. Read entire member review >>
We had inside cabin on Deck One/forward. Not bad...again got a great price for this cruise. Plenty of space. Notice some vibration but not uncomfortable. Didn't get a basket of goodies...but room was clean. Room stewards were good...very quick in cleaning and got the famous towel animals every night! Read entire member review >>
OUr room 1309 had a daily wake-up call at about 3am which lasted until 5am. It sounded as if someone were in the walls and under the room with a metal wrench and banged on the metal pipes below us. Pursuers desk was not helpful in solving the problem...though they did place ear plugs in the room. Read entire member review >>
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