Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to king.

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Interior (4F) Cabin Reviews

Disappointed : Cabin 8412
Sail Date: October 2017
Ship could use some refurbishment, but all in all it was good and the steward was fantastic. Read More
Sail Date: May 2017
The room itself was mediocre. I cannot complain about the cleanliness of the bed. The bed was comfortable enough and my room got cleaned twice a day. The two small beds create one large bed. It is definitely old and nothing fancy. The ... Read More
Sail Date: January 2017
Our cabin was fine for the two of us. It was smallish, but we expected that and didn't plan to spend much time there except when we were sleeping. It was clean when we arrived and our steward, Budi, ensured that it remained that way each ... Read More
Sail Date: December 2016
We were put on a waiting list & was called the day before (14 Dec) that a cabin opened up. Of course this was an interior cabin. We did not decide straight away on taking the cabin. We looked at the floor plan to make sure it fit ... Read More
8 days on the Triumph : Cabin 7278
Sail Date: April 2016
Ok, I never get the letters behind the cabin type, we has a basic interior cabin, with L shaped.twin beds, which we like as it leaves more floor space, we like to be able to move around without disturbing the other during the night. The ... Read More
Sail Date: October 2015
Cabin was Carnival's generously sized interior. My husband will only book interior cabins because he can sleep in - likes the dark, vs balcony that lets sun in. We had an upgraded flat screen tv - small but ok. There was a small table ... Read More
Sail Date: November 2014

I think it was 4 F all I can remember is 6308 but the cabin was always perfect cleaned every day, the staff was always nice and sweet couldnt ask for no better people!

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