Question by  hygienegirl (18)

What is a category 4A room on a Carnival ship?

I have the opportunity to travel on an upcoming Carnival cruise but am concerned that the room will be an interior room.


Answer by  user71 (796)

A 4A room on a Carnival ship is an interior stateroom, which means it does not have a window. There are two twin beds and they can convert toone king-sized bed. They alsy feature a private bathroom with a shower.


Answer by  karabinker (17)

They are interior staterooms that do not have windows. The room includes two twin beds, vanity area, TV, complimentary room service, and private bathroom with shower.


Answer by  worker8388 (994)

The category 4 cabins are all interior cabins and will not have windows,with identical size. The difference between 4A,4B,4C etc.. are their location in the ship. Category 4A is the least expensive. Also these cabins are far away dining rooms and entertainment areas. We will feel the most motion, because these cabins are very front(bow)of the ship.

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