We loved this cabin actually. Being on deck 2 isn't really convenient but it was at the end of a quiet hallway and we never saw another person. However, we also never saw or met our cabin steward which seemed odd. The room was a little bigger than on the majesty, lots of room to hold your things especially for a short cruise. Read entire member review >>
We usually get a balcony cabin, but booked late. There was a TV channel with a View from the Bridge, so we could leave it on and see where we were headed. Better than a porthole! Read entire member review >>
We were hardly in our room because we were buys, busy all day enjoying the ship and activities! The room was adequate enough and clean. We wanted to be on a lower level and near the elevator so the location was great for us. The lower level is good if you are sensitive to motion as I am. But I didn't have much problems with this voyage. If you want to spend a lot of time in your cabin, then get one with a view or balcony. Read entire member review >>
Spacious enough because we spent minimal time in the cabin. It was a little disconcerting that it was pitch black, even during the day, when the lights were out, so there was no real sense of time of day when we were there. There was minimal exterior noise and we had easy access to deck 9, where we spent most of our time at the pool. Eddy kept our cabin in top shape. Read entire member review >>
Gem of a room. No complaints whatsoever. No, the room was not huge but it's a SHIP, not a hotel so it was fine. Really comfortable king sized bed, loads of drawer and cabinet space plus a large closet. Bathroom was big enough and the shower, contrary to other opinions, was great. The shower is a cylinder with curved glass doors. The room was spotless, the bedding was high quality, and our every need was attended to. The center of the ship is the "new" section and being down on a lower deck you don't feel any rocking. For average sized people, this room is great. For large people, no. Large people need to pay more and get a large room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had a huge white pole in the middle of it that completely blocked the television view and was constantly in our way (no such obstruction was noted in room picture or description when I booked the room month ago or I would have never selected it) and bathroom had a continual nasty sewer smell. When I requested a room change was told they were fully booked and no other cabins were available & nothing was ever done about the smell. Read entire member review >>
This was the smallest cabin I've experienced in recent history. We referred to it as "the micro-room". It was easily 60 sq. ft. smaller than Carnival's standard offering. The toilet placement and diminutive shower size made the bathroom unworkable. As the cabin was on Deck 2, we enjoyed a subtle but noticeable sewage smell for the duration of the cruise. Read entire member review >>
Decent room for 2 people. Shower is small, but that's how it goes on cruises. We were really close to the Centrum, so I was nervous about noise, but we never had any issues. Read entire member review >>
Even though the room was small I was impressed with the way the room was set up. The drawers and storage were terrific. I was thankful that there was enough drawer space that we could unpack our suitcases and not have to keep getting into them to get our things. Storage in the bathroom was also very nice. The shower was very very small and made it a challenge to shave my legs. That would be my only "issue" on the cruise. Read entire member review >>
This room is close to elevators. Only issue is on the first day of the cruise it will be noisy as it is adjacent to the crew elevator and you will hear them unloading bags for the first few hours. The AC works very well in this cablin. Read entire member review >>
2009 It was nice to be at the end of the hall but very noisy during times that the ship docked. It didn't bother me but would definitely annoy a late sleeper. The plus was that we didn't hear a lot of people in the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Our interior cabin was small, but adequate with plenty of storage. We still had to wrestle a bit with the shower curtain. That is to be expected on the older ships. Our older 13 inch TV was cutting in and out, but Edison fixed that the first night for us. I would recommend that the beds be separated so there is a space to get down the middle. Otherwise it is a climb out of bed routine. There was a bit of noise from time to time as were right by a service entrance. It was not a big deal to us, but a light sleeper may not like it. Read entire member review >>
In 4039, watch out for the spraying water faucet in the bathroom when you turn the faucet on. Shower did not heat up to as high a temperature as I would expect at home. Otherwise, everything in the room was good. Read entire member review >>
It is a standard cabin that is about 120 sqft. The closet space is good. They put the mini-bar on top of the desk that takes valuable space. There are 4 bottles of water, 6 sodas and packs of mixed snacks. Since it is at the very foremost of the ship there is a lot of motion. Close to the front stairs. Read entire member review >>
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