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A while ago, on another thread, I posted a list of stateroom categories on each ship. I decided to update it to include the Sunshine. Assuming that everything is correct, can a moderator make this post sticky, since it can be useful for people new to Carnival. I didn't go into detail as to the location of each category, since that would vary for each class of ships. If there is interest in that, maybe someone can post that for each ship class. Note that not every ship necessarily has the entire range of letters.

 

1A: Upper / Lower - All Ships

 

NO: Night Owl - Destiny (Will become 4E when it becomes the Sunshine)

PT: Porthole - All except Spirit Class

 

2 - 3: Not used

 

4A - 4I: Inside - All Ships

4J: Interior with Picture Window (Obstructed) - Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

4K Interior with French Doors or Picture Window (Obstructed) - French Doors on the Spirit Class, Picture Window on the Sunshine

4L - 4R: Not used

4S: Spa Inside - Splendor, Dream Class, Sunshine

 

5: No longer used - Now designated PT

 

6A - 6E: Oceanview - All ships

6F - 6I: Not used

6J: Scenic Oceanview - Valor, Sunshine

6K: Scenic Grand Oceanview - Valor, Sunshine

6L - 6M: Deluxe Oceanview - Dream Class

6N: Deluxe Oceanview for 5 passengers - Dream Class

6O - 6R: Not used

6S: Spa Oceanview (Obstructed) - Splendor, Dream Class

 

7A: Obstructed Balcony - Spirit Class

7B: Not used

7C: Cove Balcony - Dream Class

 

8A - 8G: Balcony - Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Spirit Class, Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

8H - 8I: Not used

8J - 8K: Extended Balcony - Spirit Class

8L: Not used

8M - 8N: Aft View Extended Balcony - Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

8O: Not used

8P: Spa Balcony - Splendor, Dream Class

8Q - 8R: Not used

8S - 8T: Spa Balcony - Splendor, Dream Class, Sunshine

 

9A: Preimum Balcony (Obstructed) - Spirit Class

9B: Premium Balcony - Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor

9C: Premium Vista Balcony - Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

 

OB: Obstructed View Suite - Fantasy Class

JS: Junior Suite - Spirit Class, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

OS: Ocean Suite - All Ships

SS: Spa Suite - Splendor, Dream Class, Sunshine

VS: Vista Suite - Spirit Class

GS: Grand Suite - All Ships

ES: Extended Balcony Grand Suite - Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination

PH: Owner's Suite - Fantasy Class except Elation and Paradise (Can't be booked directly)

CS: Captain's Suite - Valor, Liberty, Sunshine

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.. please not a sticky.

 

If someone cannot look at what categories are .. like go to cruisedeckplans.com and look .. they should not be allowed to book a cruise.

 

this is good info .. but I really dont think it warrants being a sticky. People are interested in one ship usually .. and then they dig down to categories. Most of us know the categories and know what we want to book and if someone is confused .. we can sort it out on a thread.

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It's up to the moderator whether or not to make it sticky. Is there any way to put in a request, or do I just have to hope that he/she reads this thread?

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I can read the deck plans. Sometimes have hard time reconciling cabin types that I am interested with the code. For example I did not know a 7c was a cove. I knew 8 meant balcony, but not all of those sub categories. Likewise for the interior cabins. I think I'll copy and paste this info into my iPhone for future reference.

 

Thanks op. this was great. !!!

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I can read the deck plans. Sometimes have hard time reconciling cabin types that I am interested with the code. For example I did not know a 7c was a cove. I knew 8 meant balcony, but not all of those sub categories. Likewise for the interior cabins. I think I'll copy and paste this info into my iPhone for future reference.

 

Thanks op. this was great. !!!

 

You're welcome. And that is exactly why it should be made sticky. You were able to find that post easily since it's new, but a few days from now, nobody will ever be able to find it.

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Thanks mitsgoy2001 - I love this chart!

I've referred back to it several times already today, doing a search on 'sticky' each time to locate it.

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A while ago, on another thread, I posted a list of stateroom categories on each ship. I decided to update it to include the Sunshine. Assuming that everything is correct, can a moderator make this post sticky, since it can be useful for people new to Carnival. I didn't go into detail as to the location of each category, since that would vary for each class of ships. If there is interest in that, maybe someone can post that for each ship class. Note that not every ship necessarily has the entire range of letters.

 

1A: Upper / Lower - All Ships

 

NO: Night Owl - Destiny (Will become 4E when it becomes the Sunshine)

PT: Porthole - All except Spirit Class

 

2 - 3: Not used

 

4A - 4I: Inside - All Ships

4J: Interior with Picture Window (Obstructed) - Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

4K Interior with French Doors or Picture Window (Obstructed) - French Doors on the Spirit Class, Picture Window on the Sunshine

4L - 4R: Not used

4S: Spa Inside - Splendor, Dream Class, Sunshine

 

5: No longer used - Now designated PT

 

6A - 6E: Oceanview - All ships

6F - 6I: Not used

6J: Scenic Oceanview - Valor, Sunshine

6K: Scenic Grand Oceanview - Valor, Sunshine

6L - 6M: Deluxe Oceanview - Dream Class

6N: Deluxe Oceanview for 5 passengers - Dream Class

6O - 6R: Not used

6S: Spa Oceanview (Obstructed) - Splendor, Dream Class

 

7A: Obstructed Balcony - Spirit Class

7B: Not used

7C: Cove Balcony - Dream Class

 

8A - 8G: Balcony - Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Spirit Class, Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

8H - 8I: Not used

8J - 8K: Extended Balcony - Spirit Class

8L: Not used

8M - 8N: Aft View Extended Balcony - Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

8O: Not used

8P: Spa Balcony - Splendor, Dream Class

8Q - 8R: Not used

8S - 8T: Spa Balcony - Splendor, Dream Class, Sunshine

 

9A: Preimum Balcony (Obstructed) - Spirit Class

9B: Premium Balcony - Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor

9C: Premium Vista Balcony - Destiny / Sunshine, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

 

OB: Obstructed View Suite - Fantasy Class

JS: Junior Suite - Spirit Class, Triumph Class, Conquest Class, Splendor, Dream Class

OS: Ocean Suite - All Ships

SS: Spa Suite - Splendor, Dream Class, Sunshine

VS: Vista Suite - Spirit Class

GS: Grand Suite - All Ships

ES: Extended Balcony Grand Suite - Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination

PH: Owner's Suite - Fantasy Class except Elation and Paradise (Can't be booked directly)

CS: Captain's Suite - Valor, Liberty, Sunshine

 

Thats the thing, I disagree with several things.

 

1A .. of course they are not all upper and lower. I put a link to the 1A thread which has what is in specific 1As .. as they are all so different, class to class.

 

9C, Im confused why you call it a vista balcony .. on conquest class its the aft wraps on 3 decks. I dont know what vista has to do with the description to be honest? Maybe you could explain what "vista" means in your description.

 

Iv only heard the 9Cs referred to as premium balconys by Carnival and other sites .. or most of us call them aft wraps.

 

Being picky I know.. but some ships only have 6A to 6C, conquest and triumph for one .. no 6D etc..

 

6A - 6E: Oceanview - All ships

 

Seeing this, I would assume that all ships have 6As to 6Es, which they dont.

 

8P: Spa Balcony - Splendor, Dream Class

 

I believe unless it has the S next to it, it may be on the spa deck but is not a spa balcony, and will not have spa privileges. i.e. 8S

 

Its fine for general .. but the specifics would not be enough for most people who have booked a lot and know more.

Edited by firefly333

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Here is a link to Everything 1A which you might want to browse. You can see they are the odd ball cabins which Carnival sticks into spaces that dont fit the standard 185 s.f cabins.

 

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=839087

 

Each cabin is so different class to class, that you cant put a generic code on them.

 

Great thread to me.

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Thanks mitsgoy2001 - I love this chart!

I've referred back to it several times already today, doing a search on 'sticky' each time to locate it.

 

You're welcome. Again, that is why it should be made sticky, since anyone coming to the board in the future won't know to find this thread.

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Thats the thing, I disagree with several things.

 

1A .. of course they are not all upper and lower. I put a link to the 1A thread which has what is in specific 1As .. as they are all so different, class to class.

 

Good point. Although, Carnival refers to them as "upper / lower", and I was just using Carnival's official name.

 

9C, Im confused why you call it a vista balcony .. on conquest class its the aft wraps on 3 decks. I dont know what vista has to do with the description to be honest? Maybe you could explain what "vista" means in your description.

 

Iv only heard the 9Cs referred to as premium balconys by Carnival and other sites .. or most of us call them aft wraps.

 

 

"Premium Vista Balcony" is Carnival's official name for that category, on their deck plans. "Aft wrap" is a colloquial term. Probably the list should include both names.

 

Being picky I know.. but some ships only have 6A to 6C, conquest and triumph for one .. no 6D etc..

 

Seeing this, I would assume that all ships have 6As to 6Es, which they dont.

 

If you read the start of my post, I said that not every ship necessarily has the full range of letters.

 

I believe unless it has the S next to it, it may be on the spa deck but is not a spa balcony, and will not have spa privileges. i.e. 8S

 

According to deck plans, 8P, 8S, and 8T are all spa balconies with spa privilege. A balcony cabin on a spa deck without spa privileges would have a different designation, such as 8F on the Conquest class.

 

Its fine for general .. but the specifics would not be enough for most people who have booked a lot and know more.

 

If I ever have time, I might post more specific info for each class of ship.

 

Here is a link to Everything 1A which you might want to browse. You can see they are the odd ball cabins which Carnival sticks into spaces that dont fit the standard 185 s.f cabins.

 

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=839087

 

Each cabin is so different class to class, that you cant put a generic code on them.

 

Great thread to me.

 

Honestly, most people are not going to have the time to read through a 28 page thread, like the one you linked to. What would be more useful would be for someone to compile a list of Category 1A cabins on each class of ship and list the configuration of each one. That could be posted here, or even on another thread (that too would be worth of a sticky).

Edited by mitsguy2001
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It occurred to me that many of the people who would find this list to be of interest, especially people new to Carnival, might not know what the different ship classes that I referenced were. Each class is:

 

Fantasy Class: Fantasy, Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Imagination, Inspiration, Elation, Paradise

 

Destiny: is in its own class, and will soon be upgraded to the Sunshine

 

Triumph Class: Triumph, Victory

 

Spirit Class: Spirit, Pride, Legend, Miracle

 

Conquest Class: Conquest, Glory, Valor, Liberty, Freedom

 

Splendor: is in its own class

 

Dream Class: Dream, Magic, Breeze

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Ok, I decided to list the specifics for each class of ship. I'll start with the Fantasy class (Fantasy, Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Imagination, Inspiration, Elation, Paradise)

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

PT: Porthole: Far forward on Decks 4, 5, 6, and 7

 

Inside (4A - 4I)

4A: Deck 4 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 4 Midship; Deck 5 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4D: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 7 Midship

4F, 4G, 4H: Not used

4I: Deck 11 Forward

 

Oceanview (6A - 6E)

6A: Deck 4 Forward or Aft

6B: Deck 4 Midship; Deck 5 Forward or Aft

6C: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

6D: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

6E: Deck 7 Midship

 

Balcony (8A - 8D): Ecstasy, Sensation, and Fascination only

8A: Deck 5 Aft

8B: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Aft

8C: Deck 7 Aft

8D: Deck 7 Midship

 

Suites

OB: Obstructed View Suite: Deck 11 Forward (Not as forward as OS)

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 11 far Forward

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 6 Midship

ES: Extended Balcony Grand Suite: Deck 6 Midship, Ecstasy, Sensation, and Fascination only

PH: Owner's Suite, not directly bookable. Not on Elation or Paradise. Deck 12 Forward

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Next I'll do the Spirit Class (Spirit, Pride, Legend, Miracle).

 

Inside (1A, 4A - 4E)

1A: Only a few of these rooms, on Deck 1 forward and aft

4A: Most of Deck 1

4B: Decks 4 and 5

4C: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4D: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

 

4K: Interior with French Doors (Obstructed View): Deck 4 behind the forward and aft lifeboats

 

6A: Oceanview, Deck 1

 

7A: Obstructed View Balcony: Deck 5 above the forward and aft lifeboats

 

Balcony (8A - 8F)

8A: Deck 4 Aft

8B: Deck 4 Midship; Deck 5 Forward or Aft

8C: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

8D: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

8E: Deck 7 Midship, Deck 8 Forward or Aft

8F: Deck 8 Midship

 

Extended Baldony (8J - 8K)

8J: Deck 5 Forward; Deck 6 above Forward and Aft lifeboats (mostly aft)

8K: Deck 7 and 8 above Forward and Aft lifeboats

 

Aft-View Extended Baldony (8M - 8N)

8M: Decks 4, 5, and 6 facing aft

8N: Decks 7 and 8 facing aft

 

Premium Balcony (9A and 9B)

9A: Obstructed, Deck 5 above aft lifeboats

9B: Decks 6, 7, and 8 above aft lifeboats

 

Suites

JS: Junior Suite: Deck 4 Aft

OS: Ocean Suite: Decks 5, 6, 7, and 8 Aft; Deck 6 above forward lifeboats

VS: Vista Suite: Aft wrap on Decks 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 6 above forward lifeboats

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I'll do the Destiny, Triumph Class (Triumph and Victory), and Conquest Class (Conquest, Glory, Valor, Liberty, Freedom) together since they are basically the same.

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

NO: Night Owl: Destiny only, Deck 6 inside between midship and aft elevators. Will become 4E when the Destiny becomes the Sunshine

 

PT: Porthole, Far forward on Decks 1 and 2 (behind 1A rooms)

 

Inside (4A - 4H)

4A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 2 Midship

4D: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4F: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

4G: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

4H: Deck 9 Midship; Deck 10 Forward (Triumph Class and Conquest Class only)

 

4J: Interior With Picture Window (Obstructed View): Facing forward on Decks 6, 7, 9, and 10 (Destiny on Decks 6 and 7 only; Valor on Decks 6, 7, and 10 only)

 

Oceanview (6A - 6C)

6A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

6B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

6C: Deck 2 Midship

 

Scenic Oceanview (6J - 6K)

Deck 9 Facing forward on Valor only. 6K rooms look bigger

 

Balcony (8A - 8F)

8A: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

8B: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

8C: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

8D: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

8E: Deck 9 Midship; Deck 10 Forward

8F: Deck 10 Midship, Deck 11 Forward (Triumph Class and Conquest Class only)

 

Aft View Extended Balcony (8M - 8N)

8M: Decks 6 and 7 facing Aft

8N: Deck 8 facing Aft

 

9B: Premium Balcony: Deck 8 Aft

 

9C: Premium Vista Balcony: Aft Wrap on Decks 6, 7, and 8

 

Suites

JS: Junior Suite: Deck 9 Forward (Triumph Class and Conquest Class only)

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 7

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 7

CS: Captain's Suite: Deck 9 Forward (Valor and Liberty only)

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Next I'll do the Splendor.

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

PT: Porthole, Far forward on Decks 1 and 2 (behind 1A rooms)

 

Inside (4A - 4G)

4A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 2 Midship

4D: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4F: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

4G: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

 

4S: Spa Inside, Deck 10 Forward

 

4J: Interior With Picture Window (Obstructed View): Facing forward on Decks 6, 7, and 9

 

Oceanview (6A - 6C)

6A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

6B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

6C: Deck 2 Midship

 

6S: Spa Oceanview (Obstructed View): Deck 10 facing forward

 

Balcony (8A - 8F)

8A: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

8B: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

8C: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

8D: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

8E: Deck 9 Midship

8F: Deck 10 Midship

 

Aft View Extended Balcony (8M - 8N)

8M: Decks 6 and 7 facing Aft

8N: Deck 8 facing Aft

 

Spa Balcony (8P, 8S)

8P: Deck 10 Forward

8S: Deck 11 Forward

 

9B: Premium Balcony: Deck 8 Aft

 

9C: Premium Vista Balcony: Aft Wrap on Decks 6, 7, and 8

 

Suites

JS: Junior Suite: Deck 9 Forward

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 7

SS: Spa Suite: Deck 10 Forward

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 7

Edited by mitsguy2001

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Next I'll do the Dream Class.

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

PT: Porthole, Far forward on Decks 1 and 2 (behind 1A rooms)

 

Inside (4A - 4H)

4A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 2 Midship

4D: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4F: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

4G: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

4H: Deck 9 Midship; Deck 10 Forward

 

4S: Spa Inside, Decks 11 and 12 Forward

 

4J: Interior With Picture Window (Obstructed View): Facing forward on Decks 6, 7, 9, and 10

 

6A: Oceanview, Decks 1 and 2 far Forward (behind PT rooms), Decks 1 and 2 far Aft (mostly Deck 2)

 

Deluxe Oceanview (6L - 6N)

6L: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

6M: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

6N: Deck 1 Aft, can accommodate 5 passengers

 

6S: Spa Oceanview (Obstructed View): Deck 11 facing Forward

 

7C: Cove Balcony, Deck 2 Midship

 

Balcony (8A - 8G)

8A: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

8B: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

8C: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

8D: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward or Aft

8E: Deck 9 Midship; Deck 10 Forward

8F: Deck 10 Midship

8G: Deck 11 Midship

 

 

Aft View Extended Balcony (8M - 8N)

8M: Decks 6 and 7 facing Aft

8N: Decks 8 and 9 facing Aft

 

Spa Balcony (8P, 8S)

8P: Deck 11 Forward

8S: Deck 12 Forward

 

 

9C: Premium Vista Balcony: Aft Wrap on Decks 6, 7, and 8

 

Suites

JS: Junior Suite: Deck 9 Forward

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 7

SS: Spa Suite: Deck 11 Forward

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 7

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Finally, I'll do the Sunshine.

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

PT: Porthole, Far forward on Decks 1 and 2 (behind 1A rooms)

 

Inside (4A - 4G)

4A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 2 Midship; Deck 3 Forward

4D: Deck 5 Aft; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4F: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

4G: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

 

Interior With Picture Window (Obstructed View) (4J - 4K)

4J: Facing forward on Decks 6 and 7

4K: Deck 3

 

4S: Spa Inside, Decks 10, 11, and 12 Forward

 

Oceanview (6A - 6D)

6A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

6B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

6C: Deck 2 Midship

6D: Deck 5 Aft

 

6J: Scenic Oceanview, Deck 9 facing Forward

 

6J: Scenic Grand Oceanview, Deck 9 facing Forward

 

Balcony (8A - 8E)

8A: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

8B: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

8C: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

8D: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

8E: Deck 9 Midship

 

Aft View Extended Balcony (8M - 8N)

8M: Decks 5, 6, and 7 facing Aft

8N: Deck 8 facing Aft

 

Spa Balcony (8S - 8T)

8S: Deck 10 Forward

8T: Decks 11 and 12 Forward

 

9B: Premium Balcony: Deck 8 Aft

 

9C: Premium Vista Balcony: Aft Wrap on Decks 5, 6, 7, and 8

 

Suites

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 7

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 7

SS: Spa Suite: Deck 10 Forward

CS: Captain's Suite: Deck 9 Forward

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It occurred to me that many of the people who would find this list to be of interest, especially people new to Carnival, might not know what the different ship classes that I referenced were. Each class is:

 

Fantasy Class: Fantasy, Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Imagination, Inspiration, Elation, Paradise

 

Destiny: is in its own class, and will soon be upgraded to the Sunshine

 

Triumph Class: Triumph, Victory

 

Spirit Class: Spirit, Pride, Legend, Miracle

 

Conquest Class: Conquest, Glory, Valor, Liberty, Freedom

 

Splendor: is in its own class

 

Dream Class: Dream, Magic, Breeze

 

This is handy! Thank you.

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Here is a link to Everything 1A which you might want to browse. You can see they are the odd ball cabins which Carnival sticks into spaces that dont fit the standard 185 s.f cabins.

 

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=839087

 

Each cabin is so different class to class, that you cant put a generic code on them.

 

Great thread to me.

 

OP you must have missed this link to what the 1As actually look like.. go look thru the descriptions on 1As .. they are NOT upper and lowers.. on conquest for sure...you can post your inaccurate info all you want .. but the 1As on conquest are not upper and lowers ..

 

read the link and look at the pictures of these cabins.. you are just spreading carnival's inaccurate descriptions. We started a thread about them because we knew these were such great deals.

 

Port hole with one twin and one convertible sofa .. I would not describe as "upper and lower" and much better than any inside to me.

 

If you cant fix your inaccurate descriptions.. you are only misleading people who wouldnt know what great deals these 1As are.

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I based my list off of Carnival's information. I realize that maybe the description "Upper / Lower" isn't entirely accurate for Category 1A, but that is the term Carnival chooses to use. You my not like it, but Carnival owns the ship, and they, not you, get to choose what name to give each stateroom category. And, honestly, nobody is going to have the time to read that entire 28 page thread that you linked to. The first post lists all of the 1A's from the Fantasy Class through the Conqeust class, but it does not mention the Splendor or the Dream Class, which did not exist at the time.

 

How about this, as a compromise. I will re-post my list, and instead of referring to 1A's as "Upper / Lower", I will say that 1A's have varied configurations scattered throughout the ship. And then maybe you can post that list of 1A rooms in the same thread, and add the Splendor and the Dream Class ships. At a minimum, we can include a link to that 28 page thread, which is helpful for people booking Fantasy Class, Destiny / Sunshine, Spirit Class, Triumph Class, and Conquest Class. People booking Splendor or Dream Class and want 1A will still be on their own.

 

My question remains: how do we request to the moderator to make a thread sticky?

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Mitsguy2001:

 

Thanks for all the hard work! I, like many others, really appreciate all your hard work! I am not that well versed on ship categories, but that doesn't mean I don't need to cruise.

 

In fact, I think grumpy old trolls shouldn't cruise!

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8P: Spa Balcony - Splendor, Dream Class

 

I believe unless it has the S next to it, it may be on the spa deck but is not a spa balcony, and will not have spa privileges. i.e. 8S

 

I have an 8P booked on the Breeze and it is a Spa balcony with all the spa privileges. It's just on deck 11 not the Spa and Sports Deck (Deck 12)

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Thanks to the OP for this posting and all of their hard work doing it. As for us, we don't give a rat's behind what the category is. We book specific cabins on specific decks. What the category is makes no difference to us.

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It occurred to me that many of the people who would find this list to be of interest, especially people new to Carnival, might not know what the different ship classes that I referenced were. Each class is:

 

Fantasy Class: Fantasy, Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Imagination, Inspiration, Elation, Paradise

 

Destiny: is in its own class, and will soon be upgraded to the Sunshine

 

Triumph Class: Triumph, Victory

 

Spirit Class: Spirit, Pride, Legend, Miracle

 

Conquest Class: Conquest, Glory, Valor, Liberty, Freedom

 

Splendor: is in its own class

 

Dream Class: Dream, Magic, Breeze

 

Thanks OP, great post for this first timer on Carnival. :D

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Here’s my list of 1A room descriptions, since this has been a hot topic on this thread. It is certainly the most difficult category to describe, since rooms can vary so greatly. If a particular room number is not mentioned here, that means that the room has one regular bed & one upper bunk, no view, & is not handicapped. Some of this is different than the list on the first post of the “Everything 1A” thread. For those few rooms, I am going with what cruisedeckplans & Carnival’s website both agree to be the case for that room. I probably have something wrong, but I did my best. I’ve added a few comments regarding room size, based on measurements I took, having stayed in one of those rooms.

 

FANTASY class: Decks 4, 6, & 7. All are one twin bed plus an upper, and have been measured as being approximately 150 sq.ft.

 

SPIRIT class: only 5 of these rooms per ship (deck 1). All have 2 regular twin beds, can be pushed together.

 

DESTINY / SUNSHINE: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd & aft), 6 (fwd)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1101, 1102, 1105, 1106

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 2101, 2102, 2105, 2106

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, and 2 picture windows: 2334, 2335

Handicapped room: 1309

 

TRIUMPH class: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd & aft), 6 (fwd)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1201, 1202, 1205, 1206

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2201, 2202, 2207, 2208

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, and 2 picture windows: 2444, 2445. measured to be approximately 230-235 sq.ft.

Handicapped room: 1405

 

CONQUEST class: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd), 6 (fwd, mid), 7 (mid), 8 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1211, 1212

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1207, 1208, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2201, 2202, 2207, 2208

Rooms with 2 regular beds, that can be pushed together: 6393, 7345, 8357

 

SPLENDOR: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd), 6 (mid), 7 (mid), 8 (mid), 10 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1205, 1206

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1201, 1202, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2201, 2202, 2207, 2208

Handicapped rooms: All 4 on Deck 10

 

DREAM: Decks 1 (fwd, mid, aft), 2 (fwd & mid), 6 (fwd & mid), 8 (mid), 9 (mid), 11 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1203, 1204

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1201, 1202, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217. measured to be 185 sq.ft, so is probably true of other ships with these types of rooms.

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2203, 2204, 2207, 2208

Handicapped rooms: All 4 on Deck 11

 

MAGIC & BREEZE: Decks 1 (fwd, mid, aft), 2 (fwd & mid), 6 (fwd & mid), 8 (mid), 9 (mid), 11 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1212, 1215

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1210, 1211, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2203, 2204, 2207, 2208

Handicapped rooms: All 4 on Deck 11

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Here’s my list of 1A room descriptions, since this has been a hot topic on this thread. It is certainly the most difficult category to describe, since rooms can vary so greatly. If a particular room number is not mentioned here, that means that the room has one regular bed & one upper bunk, no view, & is not handicapped. Some of this is different than the list on the first post of the “Everything 1A” thread. For those few rooms, I am going with what cruisedeckplans & Carnival’s website both agree to be the case for that room.

 

Although, if anyone has recent firsthand knowledge of a room (by having stayed in it recently on a specific ship), that would trump Carnival's description. But it is very possible that some rooms may have been reconfigured, or that there are differences between ships within the same class.

 

I probably have something wrong, but I did my best. I’ve added a few comments regarding room size, based on measurements I took, having stayed in one of those rooms.

 

FANTASY class: Decks 4, 6, & 7. All are one twin bed plus an upper, and have been measured as being approximately 150 sq.ft.

 

SPIRIT class: only 5 of these rooms per ship (deck 1). All have 2 regular twin beds, can be pushed together.

 

On the Spirit Class, what is the difference between the Cat. 1A rooms and the regular inside Cat. 4A rooms? From your description, they sound the same, since you say none of them are upper / lower.

 

DESTINY / SUNSHINE: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd & aft), 6 (fwd)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1101, 1102, 1105, 1106

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 2101, 2102, 2105, 2106

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, and 2 picture windows: 2334, 2335

 

There are 1A rooms with 2 picture windows? That's a surprise. I guess it has that designation due to the upper / lower bed configuration.

 

Handicapped room: 1309

 

TRIUMPH class: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd & aft), 6 (fwd)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1201, 1202, 1205, 1206

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2201, 2202, 2207, 2208

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, and 2 picture windows: 2444, 2445. measured to be approximately 230-235 sq.ft.

 

Again, I'm surprised about the 1A's with the 2 picture windows.

 

Handicapped room: 1405

 

CONQUEST class: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd), 6 (fwd, mid), 7 (mid), 8 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1211, 1212

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1207, 1208, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2201, 2202, 2207, 2208

Rooms with 2 regular beds, that can be pushed together: 6393, 7345, 8357

 

Why are those considered 1A if they have the regular bed configuration?

 

SPLENDOR: Decks 1 (fwd & aft), 2 (fwd), 6 (mid), 7 (mid), 8 (mid), 10 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1205, 1206

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1201, 1202, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2201, 2202, 2207, 2208

Handicapped rooms: All 4 on Deck 10

 

DREAM: Decks 1 (fwd, mid, aft), 2 (fwd & mid), 6 (fwd & mid), 8 (mid), 9 (mid), 11 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1203, 1204

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1201, 1202, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217. measured to be 185 sq.ft, so is probably true of other ships with these types of rooms.

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2203, 2204, 2207, 2208

Handicapped rooms: All 4 on Deck 11

 

MAGIC & BREEZE: Decks 1 (fwd, mid, aft), 2 (fwd & mid), 6 (fwd & mid), 8 (mid), 9 (mid), 11 (mid)

Rooms with one regular bed, one upper, & 2 portholes: 1212, 1215

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & 2 portholes: 1210, 1211, 2211, 2212, 2216, 2217

Rooms with one regular bed, one sofa bed, & no view: 2203, 2204, 2207, 2208

Handicapped rooms: All 4 on Deck 11

 

I'm surprised that the Dream is different from the Magic and Breeze. Besides the 1A rooms, are ther any other differences between the Dream and the other ships in its class.

 

Thanks for this info. I'm sure people will appreciate it much more than that 28 page thread. :)

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I'm surprised that the Dream is different from the Magic and Breeze. Besides the 1A rooms, are ther any other differences between the Dream and the other ships in its class.

 

Thanks for this info. I'm sure people will appreciate it much more than that 28 page thread. :)

 

I checked the deck plans, and it appears that the Dream has the same layout as the Magic and Breeze, but for some reason, has a different room numbering system on Deck 1. All the other decks appear the same. I wonder why the Dream has a different numbering system.

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On this thread, we should also list other non-standard staterooms, other than just the 1A's. I know some rooms are bigger or smaller than others in the same category. I know some rooms have a view that is obstructed by the window washer. Does anyone have a list of non-standard rooms?

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I'm not sure why the Spirit class 1As are not considered category 4s, since the setup is the exact same. On those 3 rooms on Conquest class ships, people have reported that there is an upper bunk in the ceiling of those rooms that is never used. My guess is that it was originally one regular plus an upper, but since there was enough room for a 2nd bed, they put it in there, and just left it as a 1A.

 

Those 1As with 2 picture windows on the Triumph/Destiny class are the best secret rooms. It's not good for couples, because of the upper bunk for the 2nd person, but it works great for a duo that isn't a couple, with one that doesn't mind climbing up to the bunk. It has a very long hallway, making about 35 sq.ft. unusable, but the other 200 sq.ft. makes for a nice large, cheap cruise room. Plus 2 windows!!! I've stayed in one, on Triumph; very bumpy back there.

 

You're right that the they changed the numbers for the Magic/Breeze. One big change from the Dream to the Magic is that there are more spa rooms up on deck 12 with the Magic/Breeze.

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I'm not sure why the Spirit class 1As are not considered category 4s, since the setup is the exact same. On those 3 rooms on Conquest class ships, people have reported that there is an upper bunk in the ceiling of those rooms that is never used. My guess is that it was originally one regular plus an upper, but since there was enough room for a 2nd bed, they put it in there, and just left it as a 1A.

 

So, for all intents and purposes, those are regular inside rooms at a discount?

 

Those 1As with 2 picture windows on the Triumph/Destiny class are the best secret rooms. It's not good for couples, because of the upper bunk for the 2nd person, but it works great for a duo that isn't a couple, with one that doesn't mind climbing up to the bunk. It has a very long hallway, making about 35 sq.ft. unusable, but the other 200 sq.ft. makes for a nice large, cheap cruise room. Plus 2 windows!!! I've stayed in one, on Triumph; very bumpy back there.

 

I beleive those rooms are Oceanview with the regular bed configuration on the Conquest Class, Splendor, and Dream Class. Why are they able to have the regular bed configuration on the Conquest Class, Splendor, and Dream Class, but not on the Destiny or Triumph Class?

 

You're right that the they changed the numbers for the Magic/Breeze. One big change from the Dream to the Magic is that there are more spa rooms up on deck 12 with the Magic/Breeze.

 

I wonder why they changed the room numbers on Deck 1. More spa rooms on Deck 12 wouldn't affect Deck 1. I wonder if maybe the Dream should be considered its own class, and the Magic and Breeze should be considered Magic class.

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Finally, I'll do the Sunshine.

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

PT: Porthole, Far forward on Decks 1 and 2 (behind 1A rooms)

 

Inside (4A - 4G)

4A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 2 Midship; Deck 3 Forward

4D: Deck 5 Aft; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4F: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

4G: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

 

Interior With Picture Window (Obstructed View) (4J - 4K)

4J: Facing forward on Decks 6 and 7

4K: Deck 3

 

4S: Spa Inside, Decks 10, 11, and 12 Forward

 

Oceanview (6A - 6D)

6A: Deck 1 Forward or Aft

6B: Deck 1 Midship; Deck 2 Forward or Aft

6C: Deck 2 Midship

6D: Deck 5 Aft

 

6J: Scenic Oceanview, Deck 9 facing Forward

 

6J: Scenic Grand Oceanview, Deck 9 facing Forward

 

That was a typo: Scenic Grand Oceanview is 6K, not 6J.

 

Balcony (8A - 8E)

8A: Deck 6 Forward or Aft

8B: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

8C: Deck 7 Midship; Deck 8 Forward or Aft

8D: Deck 8 Midship; Deck 9 Forward

8E: Deck 9 Midship

 

Aft View Extended Balcony (8M - 8N)

8M: Decks 5, 6, and 7 facing Aft

8N: Deck 8 facing Aft

 

Spa Balcony (8S - 8T)

8S: Deck 10 Forward

8T: Decks 11 and 12 Forward

 

9B: Premium Balcony: Deck 8 Aft

 

9C: Premium Vista Balcony: Aft Wrap on Decks 5, 6, 7, and 8

 

Suites

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 7

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 7

SS: Spa Suite: Deck 10 Forward

CS: Captain's Suite: Deck 9 Forward

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2462 and 2465 on conquest class used to both be 1As, but the secret got out just how nice these cabins are and they were changed to regular OVs.

 

they are like the two on Triumph class mentioned and have TWO pictures windows, and are L shaped. The have twice the length along the hull hence the two pictures windows. There is another cabin nearer the aft that also has two picture windows, not just the one like a regular OV. So these are both nonstandard cabins, even if they are no longer bargain 1As, but now OVs.

 

Yes, they used to have a upper and you can see it in the ceiling, except its not used.

 

One difference in the 1As is they can only hold 2 people. Even the ones with 3 beds, only 2 allowed to book a 1A.

 

On conquest class (and of course triumph class) the corner OV cabins are suite size, though no one would pay suite prices because of the vibration .. but those corner cabins are huge.

 

Iv booked 6393, the one on deck 8, 8345? 2111, 2117, 2462 and 2465 on conquest and stayed in them all. The ones like 6393 you can still see the upper in the ceiling.

 

6393 and the other two similar are both wider than a regular inside so are not the same, but better imo. The desk is not broken up and looking at the doorway .. its at least twice as wide there, so lots of space when you walk in.

 

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You can see how much wider the cabin is in this view as well. These are odd shaped/nonstandard cabins, is why they are the 1As.

 

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You asked for odd cabins .. Ive heard of several people who got cabins like this. This was the cabin on Ecstasy, Empress deck closest to the elevator, sold as a regular inside. E127. Notice the POLE when you walk in. I snapped a picture when the cabin steward had the door open to clean, sorry its messy... but you cant miss the POLE.

 

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See the two middle OVs across the aft of Triumph?? Notice they are thinner than the other 4 aft facing OVs? I thought it was just the deckplans, but nope. I hated this cabin. The vibration was awful and the cabin was so thin and missing features. This one is on my do not book list, the two middle aft facing cabins. The window is not even a real picture window, its facing downwards and far recessed. Might as well have booked a port hole.

 

You can also see the two cabins next to the 1A on either side (the ones with picture windows on Triumph, but never converted to two twins, at least not yet)... see the aft corners .. those are the really huge OVs, suite size, but lots of vibration.

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Elation still has the boxes in the corner of the cabins, where if you moved the beds together, you have to climb over the corner of the bed which is jammed up catty corner to the orange box you see in the corner.

 

Ecstasy on other other hand does not have these orange boxes.

 

I would not pay much extra for a OV on Elation as getting to the window to see out is such a pain by the end of the cruise. So not every cabin on similar ships is the same. I would prefer a OV on Ectasy than on Elation.

 

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Ok, I decided to list the specifics for each class of ship. I'll start with the Fantasy class (Fantasy, Ecstasy, Sensation, Fascination, Imagination, Inspiration, Elation, Paradise)

 

1A: Upper / Lower: Scattered around the ship

 

PT: Porthole: Far forward on Decks 4, 5, 6, and 7

 

Inside (4A - 4I)

4A: Deck 4 Forward or Aft

4B: Deck 4 Midship; Deck 5 Forward or Aft

4C: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

4D: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

4E: Deck 7 Midship

4F, 4G, 4H: Not used

4I: Deck 11 Forward

 

Oceanview (6A - 6E)

6A: Deck 4 Forward or Aft

6B: Deck 4 Midship; Deck 5 Forward or Aft

6C: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Forward or Aft

6D: Deck 6 Midship; Deck 7 Forward or Aft

6E: Deck 7 Midship

 

Balcony (8A - 8D): Ecstasy, Sensation, and Fascination only

8A: Deck 5 Aft

8B: Deck 5 Midship; Deck 6 Aft

8C: Deck 7 Aft

8D: Deck 7 Midship

 

I forgot 8M: Aft view extended balcony, on Decks 6 and 7.

 

Suites

OB: Obstructed View Suite: Deck 11 Forward (Not as forward as OS)

OS: Ocean Suite: Deck 11 far Forward

GS: Grand Suite: Deck 6 Midship

ES: Extended Balcony Grand Suite: Deck 6 Midship, Ecstasy, Sensation, and Fascination only

PH: Owner's Suite, not directly bookable. Not on Elation or Paradise. Deck 12 Forward

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