The cabin needs to be repaired and remodeled. Bathroom is a mess. Bedding was good and balcony was scrubbed during our sail. The location is very convenient to the pool and restaurant. Read entire member review >>
room was clean and bed was comfortable, If I have a negative it would be the absence of a refrigerator. I was surprised to not have one as all the other ships (Glory, Freedom, Dream) where we have had the same category room supplied one. Oh well. Read entire member review >>
Room was in good shape except for the bathroom. The shower is in desperate need of a remodel. The room is across from staff access door but we were never bothered by the frequency or noise from the door being used like we were on a different ship. The room is very conveniently located and I highly recommend the location. Read entire member review >>
I loved my room and location. It was my first time on the Lido deck. There aren't many rooms up there so it didn't feel like a crowed dorm or hotel with long hallways of just doors. I was worried at first about being so high up. I thought I would feel more rocking side to side but I didn't and we had rough weather. We couldn't even get off the ship at Half Moon Cay because with water and wind were too strong. The room is near the glass elevators but not too close (it was very quiet in the room). It made it easy to get to your room no matter what floor you were on. Just find the glass elevators and go up from there. We had 3 people in the room. Our room had the bed that came down from the ceiling. There was also a cute little sofa under the upper ceiling bunk. The balcony was nice just wish the weather was warmer to use it. We did use it at Grand Turk the only day it was hot. The bathroom does have a few stained and broken tiles but that didn't bother me. And yes everything in the bathroom is pink. The bed was comfy for me and the blankets were warm enough. The TV is outdated but works fine. Wish there was a refrigerator or ice bucket. But we knew that coming in so we brought a collapsable cooler. I strongly recommend bringing one if you want cold drinks and food in your cabin and to take on shore with you. I am going to get Lido deck rooms in the future when possible. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom was very dingy. Tile grout lines were dirty and it just looked old. The air condition was in the ceiling which was weird but hey it worked. Everything was pretty standard. Noel our room attendant wasn't bad. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was as expected, service inside the cabin---room service, dry cleaning etc were adequate to exceptional.The one problem with the Balcony was that we had cigarette addicts on each side of our balcony--but it was lovely to sit and watch the waves and water. Read entire member review >>
Fairly standard Carnival balcony cabin, port side. Good size room for a couple with a his and her closet. Near the front of the ship but didn't notice any special difference in motion over a midship Lido balcony.Panorama deck has good access to the upper tiers of chairs on the Lido deck, and to the forward facing open deck on the Lido and Panorama decks. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin shower had mold on the shower floor. They provided us with a shower floor mat. They fixed it on our last day of the cruise. Our cabin guy Wilfred was very attentive. Room service was prompt and courteous. We stayed in cabin 1015, which was a balcony on the top floor. Cabin was snug for 3 people. Our son is 13, and he is 5 ft 2 in. and his legs were longer than the twin bed provided. There were lots of draw space for clothing, but not much room for luggage. Do yourself a favor and pack light. Read entire member review >>
Cabin too close to elevator for me, balcony was very noisy with the exhaust vent right next to it, had to keep door closed, noise was loud and I could not listen to sounds of the ocean. Read entire member review >>
Great Balcony location on the Panorama deck. If you get sea sick easily though, I would recommend something more in the middle of the boat. The cabins are a little dated but the beds were comfy and more than enough storage space with 3 closets and a handful of drawers, we were able to unpack our bags and store our suitcases in the closets. The views were phenomenal from this high up, and I would book the same cabin again. Read entire member review >>
7419: L-Shaped cabin with extended balcony. Great location, quiet, room layout great, lot's of storage.
7419: inside with beds in L shape. Was roomy and comfortable.
7427: Aft balcony (just next to the wrap balcony on Empress Deck)... great location, quiet. Balcony hot on most days...not much breeze back there. Read entire member review >>
Near front atrium elevator; noisy at night from people getting off elevator. Singing and music from the lobby lounge can be heard clearly. Lots of space to unpack. Lots of hangers. No fridge, but steward supplied ice. Shower seemed more spacious than the Pride, and the Valor ships. Plenty hot water. Read entire member review >>
no fridge, even though there is room. Nice size room and bathroom. Small balcony. You can hear any noise in the hallway. Room was in a perfect location from the pool,restaurants and elevator. Read entire member review >>
found the room to be quite nice. Plenty of storage space. Clean. no refrigerator, so cans of soda were left on the counter. A refrigerator would have been nice, however; with ice always available it was not a problem. Used room service and it would arrive in about 15 to 20 minutes. Read entire member review >>
The balcony had plenty of room, the cabin had plenty of storage. The bed was uncomfortable for married couples..the ridge in the middle was terrible. Shower had great pressure and plenty of hot water. The hairdryer was useless. Hallway VERY noisy! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was too small for three people, we had to have a trundle bed brought in for him because the couch didn't make a bed, which effectively took up ALL floor space and couldn't use couch or table all week. This far forward, we really felt the ship pitch too. Great view from balcony, plenty of storage. Read entire member review >>
Having a balcony on the Lido Deck (9) is the only way. It is the deck withswimming pool, lounge deck, bar, food.9234 or 9223 are the bestrooms you walk out of your room 10ft,turn it has everything. After a day out on a island,just drop your items in the room, take a quick dip, drink ,eat and Big Screen TV. Some entertainment.. Read entire member review >>
I have always been happy with the utilization of space and the comfortable size of the cabins. The cabin had plenty of cabin space but one consistent problem is none of the ships give you enough closet hangers for a 7 night cruise. I also give them kudos for the arrangement in the cabin with shelving space. I would like the table by the sofa to be larger as the one in the cabin was so tiny it was a waste. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in a balcony cabin on the Lido Deck, close to the elevators, on the starboard side, forward. The room is a decent size, with lots of closet space and drawers to use. The shower is sort of small, but was usable. This location is not good if you want peace and quiet. There are many people walking back and forth to the elevators, and the Lido Deck, which is where there's lots of noise and music by the pool. I won't do that again. Read entire member review >>
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