Mid-Ship Balcony
These Mid-Ship Balcony Staterooms are located on a middle deck and offer easy access to great restaurants, activities and more. This stateroom includes two lower beds that convert to a queen-size bed, a convertible sofa to accommodate more, a sitting area and balcony with fantastic views.

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Mid-Ship Balcony (BB) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: November 2017
The cabin was fine , the beds were comfortable , everything worked Read More
The cabin was fine , the beds were comfortable , everything worked Read Less
Islands were great : Cabin 8136
Sail Date: November 2017
Room was quite small. Had a hard time finding enough room to unpack all clothing. Cabin attendants were very good Read More
Room was quite small. Had a hard time finding enough room to unpack all clothing. Cabin attendants were very good Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Nice, clean, but small. It took some getting use to. To the credit of the staff, our a/c wasn’t working at first & we had no hot water. Both issues were solved quickly. Nice balcony where we viewed molten lava at night flowing ... Read More
Nice, clean, but small. It took some getting use to. To the credit of the staff, our a/c wasn’t working at first & we had no hot water. Both issues were solved quickly. Nice balcony where we viewed molten lava at night flowing off the big island into the pacific. Read Less
Mixed review : Cabin 8106
Sail Date: September 2017
Everything was fine with our cabin (especially our room steward who was just awesome). Bed was comfortable! There was a tender under our balcony but it really wasn't a big deal. Just couldn't see straight down. Had to look outward a ... Read More
Everything was fine with our cabin (especially our room steward who was just awesome). Bed was comfortable! There was a tender under our balcony but it really wasn't a big deal. Just couldn't see straight down. Had to look outward a bit. By the middle of the trip, we forgot it was there. Besides, guess they have to store them somewhere. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
Cabin was your typical stateroom. The bathroom was tiny and shower awkward for a large person. The balcony was adequate. The bed was very comfortable and made up each day by the steward. Read More
Cabin was your typical stateroom. The bathroom was tiny and shower awkward for a large person. The balcony was adequate. The bed was very comfortable and made up each day by the steward. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Cabins are also small. As previously mentioned, we got a balcony, which was about half the size of the balcony on, say, Carnival Valor or Triumph. There is enough room for the two beds (squashed together to form a King), a small desk, a ... Read More
Cabins are also small. As previously mentioned, we got a balcony, which was about half the size of the balcony on, say, Carnival Valor or Triumph. There is enough room for the two beds (squashed together to form a King), a small desk, a bare two-seater mini-couch, and that's it, really. No outlets by the bed, which is where you could really use some outlets to charge your phone as you're reading it before sleeping. Read Less
Great cruise overall! : Cabin 8124
Sail Date: April 2017
The only negative about our cabin was that the sink drain line leaked. At first it leaked significantly, soaking towels under it - not flowing fast but dripping fairly often. After reporting it 3 times and having it worked on 3 times, it ... Read More
The only negative about our cabin was that the sink drain line leaked. At first it leaked significantly, soaking towels under it - not flowing fast but dripping fairly often. After reporting it 3 times and having it worked on 3 times, it still leaked a little, dripping occasionally onto an extra towel on the shelf. That was workable for us. This cabin's balcony view is unobstructed. I was so happy to see that for myself! I had seen a video of cabin 8114's view and was hopeful, since we upgraded to a balcony but didn't choose our room. Great view!! Be wary of the view from 7th deck balconies - the lifeboats are stored there. Otherwise the cabin was just as pictured and we certainly thought the additional $200/person to upgrade to a balcony room was well worth it. It was delightful to watch the lava flow into the ocean from our own balcony! Read Less

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