Interior (4C): Carnival Triumph Cabin Reviews

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19 Reviews
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.

Interior (4C)
Decks: Deck 2
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Interior Cabin Reviews
Cabin 2256
Jan 2017
Cabin 2334
Mar 2015
Great Cruise By: jsoccermom
Not enough storage and needs refrigerator.
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Nov 2014
Main Deck is close to the Dining Rooms (on Deck 3). Some hallway noise but the cabin is well-laid out and has plenty of storage space. Interior cabins are great for saving money on a cruise.
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Dec 2012
This was our first interior cabin on a cruise. It was just perfect for my dad and I. If you are the kind that only is in the room to sleep, and want to save money, we recommend an interior cabin. We were on deck 8 to be close to things, that was also a good decision.
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Cabin 2302
Jul 2011
Could have used more drawer space or shelf space in closet. No nosier than the random hall runners. Location was close to elevators.
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Cabin 6352
Jan 2011
Great location, midship right on the end of the aisle: super close to the elevators. Noisy door handle-- when the ship would move the door handle would shake.
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Cabin 1045
Dec 2010
Good Time on Triumph By: raggedyann6
Cabin 1045 had cabins below and the spa massage rooms above so it was quiet. There was plenty of closet space for 3 women. The bathroom was big enough and had 3 shelves for toiletries and space below the sink for items. We had 2 beds on the floor and one bunk bed above.
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Cabin 1370
Apr 2010
Our IS quad cabin seemed smaller than what I remember from the Fantasy class ships. I think there was more space dedicated to closets, the in-room vanity counter, and the bathroom, leaving less floor space in the room itself. They still have the big corner console where the TV sits with the life vests stowed inside (I was on Inspiration a while back and they had removed these and had the TV hanging from the ceiling). The nice big bathroom counter with a shelf below and a medicine cabinet was nice. Riviera deck is really quiet. Midship location was convenient to both mid and aft stairs/elevators. Ice machine nearby with soda vending machine (like you find in a hotel).
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