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. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise
The bathroom was small and kind of dirty and there wasn't a great place to put wet clothing I thought. Also the beds were not comfortable. I did like that there was a mini fridge available and a TV with channels about things on the ship and off. Read entire member review >>
The interior cabin on the seventh floor was directly below the bridge so it was very quiet. Two twin beds, comfortable with the best sheets imaginable. Enough space to fit luggage under the bed for additional space. Closet space was more than enough for two grown women! Shower was cold the first couple days, but our room steward, Noel, was constantly checking in to make sure everything was working well. We bought magnetic whiteboards from the dollar store and put them outside our rooms to let people know what was going on! Would suggest to anyone traveling with a group! Read entire member review >>
Plenty of room for a family of 4. Just slept and bathed there. Lots of closet space. We brought extra hangers. Also a small power strip and little fan. I would recommend a night light too. Very dark. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 2303. I was a bit under the galley. I only heard noise three times. It seemed like they were moving something. The noise was not enough for me to complain at all. Hubby and I had our beds pushed together and I kept falling in the middle! LOL, so next time we will have them separated. The cabin was just the size I expected, with a pull down bed for our tween. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin (2357) The cabin had three closets. Two came with bars with 10 hangars each while the other closet had shelves. We stored our 2 large pieces of luggage under the beds. There were two terry cloth robes for our use.
There is a safe and a small fridge in the cabin. The safe could only be locked with a credit card or a driver's license that had a magnetic stripe. You could not use your room keycard. The fridge had an assortment of beers and soft drinks which we took out so that we could put in the 12-pack of Diet Coke we had brought on board with us.
The bathroom had a shower with a cloth curtain with dispensers for body wash and shampoo. There was a soap dish. The hair dryer was located in a drawer by the mirror inside the room. The cord was not very long though.
The location of our cabin (2357) was only a few steps from the midship stairway on the Main deck. This made it convenient to go up the stairs to the decks above. On port days, our cabin was not far from where we would disembark. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2411. Awful noise. It seemed as though we were under a construction site or a basketball match with bowling balls all day and all night. Apparently we were under a particularly noisy area of the galley. Carnival shouldn't sell these cabins at all. It's impossible to get sleep even with music and earplugs. They have a lot of nerve selling these cabins to people who precisely book a cruise to try to have some relaxation and vacation time. Read entire member review >>
Room 6409: Close to the stewards closet and the employee entrance - noisy in the mornings. There was always cleaning supplies outside our door, making it hard to get around at times. Very warm - could not get it cool. Read entire member review >>
Convenient spot towards AFT of the ship, near to elevators.
Quiet cabin but very small and cramped! Not suitable for more than 2 people and there is more space if the beds are separated. When made up as a queen, the bed takes up all available space - there is no seating area (you have to watch TV sat on the bed) and just enough space to walk around the edge of the bed.
This cabin is only suitable if you are on a budget (better than not going at all) and if you intend to spend all your time on deck, using the cabin to wash, change and sleep in. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2422 was located close to dining, but VERY far from shows, lounges, etc. We did an interior cabin (because that's all that was available when we booked) and they were SO SMALL!!! If you do four people in one of these cabins you will have to take turns standing up!!! Not kidding!! Two would lay on the beds while two dressed, showered, etc. We will NEVER do an inside cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Had cabins 6455 and 6459, both inside cabins on the Upper Deck aft. We were very close to the aft elevators/stairs, which was very convenient. We loved the location. One floor below was the promenade deck where everything was-night clubs, bars, sushi bar, game room, etc. Only three flights up was the aft deck and lido buffet. Only on the last night did we hear the bass beat of music coming from the lounge below, otherwise it was very quiet and comfortable. The rooms were very comfortable with plenty of storage. having stayed in a balcony room on a previous cruise, I definitely missed the balcony, but otherwise the room felt plenty spacious. Read entire member review >>
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