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
We chose to spend less on the cabin and have extra for the Cheers program. We used the cabin for sleeping and changing only. We didn't lounge in the cabin. WE did our lounging, coffee drinking, and sitting back on deck. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small but there was plenty of closet space. The bed was comfortable. The hair dryer was in a drawer in the cabin attached inside and could not be removed. It was very awkward to use because you had to hold the button down to make it blow while you were trying to dry your hair. Also, it barely reached to where you could see into the mirror. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of room for 2 travelers. I was a solo so I had all the room I needed. Bathroom was not as small as the usual interior cabin bathroom I've had experience with. Bed and pillows were very comfy. Location was perfect. Mid-ship. Cabins above me and below. Only 2 decks up to Lido and 2 decks down to Promenade. Perfect location. Read entire member review >>
We were invited on this ship by the casino. They provided an inside cabin. I usually get a balcony. I hated not being able to see out, but slept great because it was so dark. Cabin was small but in a great location. Our service was impeccable. Read entire member review >>
Simple interior cabin, two singles pushed together to make a King. We unpacked the luggage and put the clothes in the closets and put the suitcase under the bed. Simple bathroom, plenty of towels. Cleaned twice daily. Blow dryer in the drawer. Samples of soap and toothpaste. Shampoo and body wash in the shower. Safe in the cupboard. Clean beach towels every evening for the next day. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7386 was in the end of midship near elevators and stairs. It was easy to get to the dining room, lido and dance club. There were cabins above and below us. It was fairly quite. Read entire member review >>
Great closets, bathroom spacious and very clean. Beds could use an update or better quality. but basically it was fine since we made sure we were not in our little coffin very long!!
Oh and a laptop will NOT fit in the safe. Read entire member review >>
OUR ROOM was an inside cabin on the "Verandah" deck and was a "jewel box." We loved our room steward Witaywa, who couldn't do enough for us (we gave him a little extra$.) There was plenty of storage & had room to spare. I thought we had a nice bedroom at home, but after experiencing the bedding in our stateroom, I'm looking into buying the Carnival brand bedding. The shower was roomy, even for my guy who's 6' 2' & 215lbs. Read entire member review >>
I enjoyed the location of cabin 9244 very much. The cabin areas of the Lido deck were very quiet all week long. The cabin itself is the typical interior cabin that Carnival offers. I loved the fact that we didn't have to use the elevators or the stairs to get to the Lido pool or to Rosie's buffet. This will be where I try to stay on future cruises as well! Read entire member review >>
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