For an Ocean View cabin on a cruise ship, this stateroom is spacious.
The entrance hallway has three closets off to the right, and a door on the left opens to the bathroom. Just down the hall is the bedroom, a small living area, and the view through a sizable porthole.
One sits inside a relatively large bedroom for an Ocean View cabin, which is equipped with a king sized bed, that can be converted to two twin beds. Besides the bed, there is a small sofa that is more than suitable as an extra bed. There is enough space in this one room for the sofa, a coffee table, and one extra chair making a reasonable living area in a budget room.
The bathroom is large for what you expect on a cruise ship. Though two people can be using the mirror at the same time, some of this extra space encroaches on the shower which is a little cramped. Plenty of counter space will hold all the toiletries you can bring with you.
Don’t you hate it when you go on vacation, you have brought a few nice outfits, but when you get to your room there are not enough hangers and you have to double up your clothes and they get all bunched and wrinkly? Well Carnival has anticipated this traveling woe and supplied you with three closets and plenty of hangers. Also, there are some shelving units to the left of the closets for extra storage. The desk in the room is another storage area, with five drawers to keep all the little knick-knacks organized.