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Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views)
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 with Picture Window (obstructed views) (4J) Cabin Reviews

Fun time with freinds : Cabin 9203
Very spacious room with a large picture window looking out to a public deck, right above the Bridge. You have to close you curtains at night for navigation reasons. I would choose this room again.
Very spacious room with a large picture window looking out to a public deck, right above the Bridge. You have to close you curtains at night for navigation reasons. I would choose this room again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
This was an "accessible" cabin, restricted for those with some mobility issues, but not needing a wheelchair or scooter. As I use/need a cane for traveling long distances on foot, it seemed that locating that category of cabin ... Read More
This was an "accessible" cabin, restricted for those with some mobility issues, but not needing a wheelchair or scooter. As I use/need a cane for traveling long distances on foot, it seemed that locating that category of cabin all the way forward on several decks exacerbates the individual's mobility problems, as to get to anywhere on the ship from the cabin is a considerable distance. While it was not listed or identified as a wheelchair accessible cabin, it was - including no step, extra wide cabin and bathroom doors, no step shower, handicap rails, handicap seat, etc. The only drawback to the room is the location of the bed, which, as seen in the photos, leaves unused space in the room, and also is not very accessible due to either closeness to the wall on one side, or the corner of a cabinet on the other. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
We had cabin #7232 on the Empress Deck. It was an interior cabin. We felt the cabin was larger than other cabins on cruise ships. The bathroom was especially large. I would say it was twice the size of the ones we've had on other ... Read More
We had cabin #7232 on the Empress Deck. It was an interior cabin. We felt the cabin was larger than other cabins on cruise ships. The bathroom was especially large. I would say it was twice the size of the ones we've had on other cruise lines. Definitely a quiet cabin! Read Less
Sail Date April 2012
9203 was a GREAT cabin. Super quiet, lots of ship movement (if you don't like motion, don't book this cabin), lots of daylight streaming into the room and the ability to look out at the horizon to avoid motion sickness, a lovely ... Read More
9203 was a GREAT cabin. Super quiet, lots of ship movement (if you don't like motion, don't book this cabin), lots of daylight streaming into the room and the ability to look out at the horizon to avoid motion sickness, a lovely big balcony that's only steps away, and so spacious ... more roomy than the balconies we've previously booked). Loved it and will be booking it again! Read Less
Sail Date December 2011
8366 fits five people. it's tight, but incredibly economical. Great location, close to everything, no loud noises.
8366 fits five people. it's tight, but incredibly economical. Great location, close to everything, no loud noises. Read Less
Sail Date September 2011