Carnival Cruise Cabins and Suites
Carnival offers several different cabins and suites for cruisers to choose from. These include…
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The specialty suites are the most extravagant on the ship. Depending on the specialty suite you choose, some of the suites cater specifically to families with kids, while others cater to couples, and those wanting more outdoor space. Specific ships offer different specialty suites.
Suites are the most spacious onboard Carnival Cruises. They sleep 5 guests, have their own balconies, and offer a host of amenities. These include things like priority embarkment and disembarkment, priority dinner reservations, complimentary water, pillow-top mattresses, and comfy bathrobes.
Balcony staterooms are a step down from suites and feature their own balconies, which are fantastic for longer cruises with more time at sea.
Ocean view staterooms are larger than interior rooms and include a window. These rooms can accommodate up to 5 people, but only 3 people comfortably. You can request a connecting room for a bit more space.
Interior rooms are the most basic and budget-friendly option on Carnival Cruises. Much like ocean view staterooms, these rooms can accommodate up to 5 people, but only 3 people comfortably. You can request a connecting room for a bit more space.
What To Consider When Choosing A Ship
Of course, destination and budget need to be taken into consideration when choosing a Carnival Cruise. While many of the cruises contain similar amenities, they may not all be included in certain packages.
If traveling as a family, parents will want to consider places to unwind and relax as well as kids clubs and fun spaces. Solo travelers and singles will want to consider the nightlife and choose a cruise geared more toward entertainment for adults.