Interior Upper/Lower (1A): Carnival Victory Cabin Reviews

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Stateroom with upper/lower beds or convertible sofa bed.

Interior Upper/Lower (1A)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 2 | Deck 6
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Interior Upper/Lower Cabin Reviews
Cabin 1336
Mar 2017
Cabin was clean, beds comfortable, bathroom good.
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Cabin 6457
Jun 2016
Cabin was small but we were only there to sleep for a few hours or to change.
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Cabin 2349
Apr 2016
Loved that our room was always clean and we were given clean towels on a daily basis when we stepped out for the day. Also the people who provided their services never touched or placed my things somewhere else where I did not put it. Thank you crew members for your kind services!
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Cabin 1332
Aug 2015
Awesome Fun Ship By: Jlzahar7
We ve never stayed an interior lower level before always done a suite or balcony our son slept better in the interior!!! Saving money in the future! The private island is the most beautiful beach we have ever been to!!!!
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Cabin 1012
Mar 2015
Pleasantly Surprised By: monkeysmommy31
We were on deck 10, right below Carnival Kids, which was perfect! It was not as stable as a lower centered floor, but i loved the location. Central to the Lido deck also. Plenty of space!
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Cabin 1251
Jan 2015
Love it By: Lilip
My room always clean and smell good. Roderick did a great job on cleaning my room 2 times a day even though I'm not a messy person. ;)
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Dec 2014
Terrible Experience By: aseretx3
The cabin was alright, nothing special. It was dingy and the decor was a bit outdated, but didn't bother me much since we only were there to sleep. Our attendant was great and the bathroom is much more spacious than any other cruise I've been on.
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Cabin 2330
Nov 2014
First Solo Cruise By: thenewcruise2014
My cabin was just "meh" - it wasn't as nice as the one I had on the Freedom but who cares...wasn't there for the cabin. The layout was the most noticeable difference. I had the beds put together for a queen sized bed but it just isn't wasn't designed for that type of layout.
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Cabin 2220
May 2012
Camp or Vacation By: jessica4223
Not noisy, decently large space, nice to have the port windows, a tile fell off on the floor of the shower, bathroom is a bit worn,
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Cabin 1342
Feb 2011
Our cabin was AWESOME! We had adjoining rooms and thoroughly enjoyed it. The rooms were very spacious and plenty of room. We will be upgrading the next trip, BALCONY - here we come!!!
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Cabin 2444
Mar 2010
Beautiful Southern By: dolfndreams
1A well worth the money. Two windows, comfortable couch and at least this trip a queen bed for $690 (solo traveler) best deal I've ever had. Short hallway cut down on noise from other cabins. Some rumbling in the early morning arriving to port, otherwise did not find it noisy, only sound the soft rumble of the engines. Location perfect for going to lido and bring back meals. Loved the views, window a bit streaked but didn't take away from view, able to watch us arrive and leave each port, good side for nice view in all but two ports. There was a decent hairdrier in the bathroom, didn't use my own as it worked well enough. Suitecases fit under the bed. Steward used two comforters to pad the bed when I asked for a eggcrate mattress, incredibly good pillows and comforter, love Carnivals bedding
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Cabin 2216
Jun 2008
Great value for two non-coupled people: loved having natural light and two beds on the floor. Plenty of storage space. Heard the anchor drop in port, but that was the only drawback.
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