Carnival Cruise Rooms
Typical rooms offer a "Comfort Bed" sleep system that contains plush mattresses, posh duvets, soft linens and fluffy pillows. Sumptuous robes hang in bathrooms. Suites also feature pillow menus for upgraded pillow selections. The original fleet, Carnival Fantasy-class ships, has recently been upgraded to including flat-screen televisions, new carpeting and modern furniture. Kids' will delight in the towel-folded animal that greets them upon return from their day's activities.

Larger families can opt to stay in staterooms. Offering more privacy and space, staterooms are essentially two rooms connected with a door. Newer ships, like Carnival Splendor, also offer spa cabins for families looking for relaxation and decadence. These ships also have spacious accommodations that will make you feel as if you're not on a cruise. Carnival Dream features oceanview cabins with two bathrooms that sleep up to five people. Typically, suites offer bathtubs. Holiday cribs, portable and folding, are also provided free of charge.

Also, third and fourth people sail for reduced rates on Carnival, which benefits most families.

For more on Carnival Cruise Line rooms, visit our sister site Cruise Critic.

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