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Retreat to generous accommodations with many of the same amenities as an Ocean View at an excellent value. Many accommodate up to four people – ideal for families.


Ocean View


Large windows offer excellent views of the ocean and sneak peeks of each destination. Kick back with stateroom service and relax on the sofa.‡


Balcony


Admire the passing scenery from your own private veranda or relax indoors in your separate seating area.‡ Premium Balcony rooms have even bigger balconies.


Cloud 9 Spa Staterooms & Suites† SM


If staying in the spa sounds like a dream, choose these special staterooms, featuring private spa access, special amenities and priority reservations.


Suite


These extra-large rooms have a separate sitting area, whirlpool bath,† spacious balcony and vanity dressing table. Suite guests are also treated to VIP check-in during embarkation.


Grand Suite


Our most luxurious option treats you to all the features of a Suite, with even more room to roam. Enjoy the luxury of a walk-in dressing area and soak in the whirlpool bath.


All images are representative of staterooms. Actual configurations may vary. Dream views:


‡Not available on all staterooms. †Available on select ships.


Suite Grand Suite Balcony Premium Balcony


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Ocean View


On board CARNIVAL DREAM and CARNIVAL MAGIC , you’ll SM SM


fi nd two of our newest stateroom categories. Cove Balcony staterooms, closest to the waterline, offer great views at an affordable price. Deluxe Ocean View staterooms have large windows and bathrooms with separate washrooms, making them ideal for families. Sweet dreams!


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