These staterooms contain two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding in some to accommodate more guests. And because they are mid-ship, you'll have easy access to all the exciting activities and delicious dining options on board.
We normally get a balcony cabin, although we got an inside cabin this cruise as we had no days at sea, I wish we had gotten a balcony. BUT the cabin was spacious & accommodating. Read entire member review >>
Small cabin, no port hole, but we knew that when we booked. One closet door had a broken hinge, but door still worked. On-board TV had very poor selection of channels. Why can't the system be programmed to only advertise shore excursions and ports of call that are coming up, and not continually talk about places that you have already seen???? Read entire member review >>
The cabin was quite small, with barely enough room to maneuver around the bed, and with a very tiny bathroom. However, there was more than adequate storage in the drawers and closets for our clothes, and our suitcases fit under the beds. We didn't plan, or actually, spend much time in the cabin, and the bed was very comfortable, so it was satisfactory. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nothing too special. We had our bed configured as a queen. It slept good and it served it's purpose (a place to sleep/rest). I'm glad we did not have a balcony because we found time to spend on deck or explore things. Read entire member review >>
It was next to a very noisy workroom, so I wouldn't want this room/location again. The noise subsided at night but not during the day. It may have been a laundry room, couldn't tell. Read entire member review >>
Bunk beds made tiny room seem tinier, will know next time to book room without as we did not need them and did not even realize the room had them when we booked. TV channels never got any stations...Add an option when doing on line check in to stock mini bar or not (a nice choice) and lastly, the leis were beautiful, but I am allergic and they bother ed me, fake ones with the same silk type flower a great alternative to those with allergies. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 4063 (inside cabin - no windows - hardly ever in our cabin - only to sleep)
We had a lovely chap from India as our cabin steward, and after the cruise he was returning to India to see his wife & daughter (we gave him a good tip - he was so obliging & helpful)
Our cabin was mid-ship, and hardly felt any wave movement during the voyage. Read entire member review >>
All bathrooms are the same size for all categories. Halls are very noisy from service crew. Quad rooms do not have much space beside bed, if not in use I was constantly hitting my head and back on the bunks. Colors are red and orange very comparably to Carnival. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 4071, an inside cabin that slept all three of us. It was located on the 4th level of the ship and was in a great location. It was near elevators and on port days it was only one floor down to exit the ship. The two main levels of the ship were the two floors above us. We were very happy with our cabin's location on the ship. Our son slept in an upper bunk and my husband and I slept in two single beds that were separated by two small night stands that were placed between them. There was plenty of drawer and closet space for the three of us. There was a small TV that we watched CNN on (we like to keep up with the world news)that also had various other channels which we didn't watch much. The bathroom was small, but there was plenty of room for all three of our various personal toiletries. There is a nice large shelf under the sink for storing stuff. There was both a full-length mirror and a huge mirror over the small desk. The seating in the room consisted of a chair for the desk and a small leather stool. There were lots of shelves for storing stuff both in the room and closet. Also in the room was a safe for storing valuables and a small fridge (it was locked, but we didn't ask for the key because we didn't need to use it). Yes, the inside cabin is small, however, even with three of us in it we never felt crowded. I would describe it as cozy. One thing we really liked is that there is a thermostat so that you can control the temperature in the room. We were only in the room to sleep, rest, or shower so the size of the room was not a problem for us at all. With the exception of last year when my sister-in-law cruised with us, we have only ever cruised in inside cabins. Last year, for her first cruise, my sister-in-law requested that she and I book a balcony room because she wasn't sure she would like cruising and wanted a place to escape to if she felt bothered by the crowds. She loved her first cruise and I loved being in a balcony room for the first time. I won't lie about that, the balcony room was a treat. However, inside cabins have always met our family's needs and in order to be able to afford to cruise more we will continue to book them. Read entire member review >>
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