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
Cabin was on deck 2--Main.
I was fine knowing this room would be on the smaller side of cabins. We were nowhere near the casino or lounges or bars so we didnt have any noise--except for the hum of the motors--which I like to lull me to sleep.
Our room steward was excellent! Her name was Nancy and she was from Republic of the Philippines...she knew all 4 of our names immediately. Very helpful. It was like having a butler. Read entire member review >>
THE NOISE- everytime it drops anchor, Everytime it brings in/out the ropes to secure ship you WILL be WOKEN UP. Every strong wave of the ocean will move the room and the pictures and mirrors in room will almost fall off of the wall. Read entire member review >>
I was hoping to possibly catch a room with a port hole for the cheap price by did not do so. Instead of an "upper" the couch had been replaced with a second bed that had a substandard mattress. I believe the air conditioner worked but never felt too cold in the room.
Both the room and the bathroom seemed to be above average in size. We definitely had space to move around in the room. The bathroom there was space to maneuver without having to be in the shower. Read entire member review >>
Very clean and well kept. TV's are very old and outdated. "Flat screen TV's are the way it should have been like on other cruise lines, but we still had the old fashion type TV. Read entire member review >>
We chose an interior cabin and were on the lowest level. The advantages to this are: 1) It's dark, 2) It's relatively quiet, 3) Only a floor away from the disembarkation and 4) We always walked and took the stairs so I felt more justified in eating more of the good food. The bed was firm, just the way I like it and comfortable. The cabin was small but still roomy enough for us. It would have helped to have more outlets or an extension cord. Cabin steward, Carlos, did a great job of serving us. Read entire member review >>
Heard the anchors going down early in the mornings we arrived in ports, but didn't bother us. Did not get seasick, boat didn't rock much on Deck 1, fairly quiet in hallway, as this location is close to the end of the hallway. Room got a bit hot at night, even with AC all the way down, not bad though. Hairdryer on/off switch broken so you have to hold your finger down on the button the whole time you dry your hair. Read entire member review >>
Carnival Valor Deck 1 room 1465 inside cabin. VERY loud. Not for those that want to sleep alot. However, when getting back on the ship from being in port, it was great to only go up one flight from deck 0, no lines for the elevators etc. Read entire member review >>
2462 [aft/port] - This was a 1A that has been converted to a 6B. It's very spacious, especially for one person. There's a queen bed that faces one of the two windows. There's a large desk/vanity with a stool, two chairs and an oval table. There are also two night tables with reading lamps. Between the closets, shelf space and drawers I had more than enough room to unpack everything. There is also ample shelf space in the bathroom. There is a constant vibration however; and sometimes this can be quite strong and/or loud. I'm a morning person so I didn't mind being woken up; but if you like to sleep late, this might be a problem. Read entire member review >>
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