Watch our video about how to pick the right stateroom cabin on Carnival Cruise Line. I go through the process of picking an itinerary, ship, and drilling down the results to locate potential issues caused by not reading the ship’s deck plan. Watch the video before buying your cruise, it will help you navigate the website.
There are many stateroom cabins to choose from on the Carnival ships. To make matters worse, there is no one-size fits because the ships vary by size, age, and status in terms of refurbishment of stateroom interiors.
- Interior Upper/Lower (bunk beds)
- Interior Upper/Lower (porthole)
- Interior with Picture Window (Walkway View)
- Cloud 9 Spa Interior
- Ocean View
- Deluxe Ocean View (obstructed views)
- Deluxe Ocean View
- Cloud 9 Spa Ocean View (Walkway View)
- Cove Balcony
- Balcony (large balcony)
- Aft-View Extended Balcony
- Premium Vista Balcony
- Cloud 9 Spa Balcony
- Junior Suite
- Ocean Suite
- Cloud 9 Spa Suite
- Grand Suite
Cloud 9 Staterooms offer exclusive Cloud 9 Spa Amenities that include exclusive entry access to the adjacent Cloud 9 Spa facilities, upgraded in-stateroom amenities and Cloud 9 Spa Package exclusive to guests booked in Spa Accommodations.
Cove Staterooms are unique to Carnival’s Dream-class ships (Dream, Magic, and Breeze, as well as Carnival Vista). These cabins are on deck 2 under the lifeboats.
Links from video