While the ship’s interior design was quite vivid, cabin décor is muted by comparison.
There are four types of cabin on Carnival Spirit. The standard size is 185 square feet and 20 percent of the cabins are Interior—that is, no view. The rest are classified as Ocean View, Balcony or Suite, with various categories within each type, mostly based on location on the ship. Other differences that affect pricing are that some Ocean View rooms are classified “obstructed view” (blocked by the lifeboats on Deck 4) and balconies come in different sizes.
|Cabin Name||Occupancy||Cabin Size||Bed Options||View|
|Interior||2-4 people||King, 2x Twin, Bunk Bed||None|
|Ocean View||2-4 people||King, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon, Bunk Bed||Ocean View|
|Interior with French Door||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Ocean View (Porthole/Limited)|
|Balcony||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Balcony|
|Aft-View Extended Balcony||2 people||King, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Rear-facing Balcony|
|Junior Suite||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Balcony|
|Vista Suite||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Rear-facing Balcony|
|Premium Balcony||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Ocean View (Porthole/Limited)|
|Ocean Suite||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Balcony|
|Extended Balcony||2 people||King, 2x Twin||Balcony|
|This section is organized into 4 pages|
Page 1Balcony Cabin
When it came to our accommodations, our luck went both ways—a cabin with a big balcony as well as a connecting door to the adjacent cabin.Read More...
Page 2Other Cabins
There are a number of other cabins that we have not yet stayed in. Read their descriptions here.Read More...
Page 3Cabin Amenities
Most of our needs were adequately covered.Read More...
Page 4In-Room Dining
The menu was short, but sufficient for continental breakfast, sandwiches and snacks.Read More...