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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 (4G)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9
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Interior Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8374
Aug 2016
Slightly Disappointed By: VAWalker
Needs improvement
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Jun 2016
We had an odd shaped handicap accessible I/S cabin and found that the beds had been pushed together and were up against the wardrobe on one side and the dresser on the other. So the only way to get in or out was to climb over the bottom of the bed. My husband was in a wheelchair so hat obviously wasn't going to happen ! The stewards reconfigured the beds once we asked - but what were they thinking in an accessible stateroom.
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Cabin 9219 & 9215
May 2016
Carnival Triumph By: haleysmom2003
Great room. Plenty of space.
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Cabin 6256
Apr 2016
Substandard By: jtyler22
Nice size cabin. Dated pink sinks. New flat screen tvs but they are very small.
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Cabin 9235
Dec 2015
Our First Cruise Ever By: Bubbatoby
Hey, we've stayed in a smaller hotel room when we visited San Francisco. We don't spend much time in the room so we were happy. It was clean, the safe worked, plenty of closet space, nice bathroom.
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Cabin 9247
May 2015
First Time; Now Hooked! By: ladybugbk
Great size room. We used the beds pushed together to make a king size bed. Our bathroom was plenty big and we had tons of storage space and closet space. We did end up using the extra clothes hangers that I had brought along with us, but otherwise we thought the cabin was great.
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Cabin 9248
Feb 2015
Not the Ship for Seniors By: Poohbear'smom
Nice interior room. Cabin steward took very good care of us and provided what ever we requested. Ample closet space and fair size bathroom. Hot water was plentiful. Only wish is for softer towels. We usually choose an interior room and thus cruise more often.
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Jul 2012
Great Trip By: rick0708
Could have used a chair in the room. We did have a family conflict in our hallway one night and security handled it very well.
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Cabin 9240
Jun 2012
Cabin #9240 - Lido Deck - Interior 4G - nice room - 2 twin beds - spacious bathroom - right down the hall from the outside "private" deck - close to all activities/food & drink on the Lido Deck - room was quiet - except for some loud talking some days from people in the hall - but that happens on any deck. We also had 4 other cabins, including #9248 - problem with #9248 as it had 3 boys (ages 17 - 23 & 24) and only 2 beds - they did bring in a roll away but was too crowded for 3-should have been a pull down or bunk beds - Carnival messed up when we booked as did not give us the accommodations for this room we expected.
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Cabin 7201
Feb 2011
7201: quiet floor, use of large public deck directly in front of cabin, ice machine across the hall which wasnt a problem on our trip but could be noisy. Loooooong walk from the Lido and dining rooms. Tiny room, no fridge, window looks out on public deck. Good sized bathroom for a cruise ship. Safe in closet, hair dryer, not a flat screen TV.
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Cabin 9218
May 2010
OMG the toilet did not flush. First forward room, not bad. Nice to be on the deck with the pool and buffet.
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Cabin 1011
Dec 2009
Cabin 1011, Tenth Deck. Nice room for the price of $429! Can't beat that price for 7 day cruise.
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