Jodi Ornstein
Cruise Critic Cruise Critic Contributor
4.0 / 5.0
Cruise Critic Editor Rating: Cabins

All cabins are comfortable, welcome retreats in which to relax after exploring on shore or being active onboard. The refreshed decor is clean and inviting, done in a soothing color palette of blues and creams. Especially inviting are the ultra-comfortable Carnival Comfort beds with luxuriously soft linens.

All of Carnival Victory's 1,382 staterooms feature a safe, hair dryer and ample draw, shelf and closet storage with hangers. The staterooms also feature flat-screen TVs that broadcast a good selection of channels, on-demand movies and interactive features that allow you to check your account or order room service. There's also a set of 120V outlets as well as separate USB ports.

Bathrooms provide enough countertop and shelving space for your toiletries, and shampoo, shower gel and soap are provided. Most cabins feature a stand-up shower with curtain, while suites may offer a bathtub/shower with doors.

Select staterooms are connecting, which is great for people traveling together, and are available in a variety of categories. There are also 30 accessible accommodations in various categories. Some cabins in various categories even sleep up to five by using combinations of two twin beds (convert to king), a double sofa bed, pull-down beds and an added trundle bed.

Inside: The 558 185-square-foot interior stateroom options include cozy standard interiors that sleep up to five and are the most affordable way to cruise on Victory.

Two types of staterooms that actually have a view are still considered by Carnival to be Interior rooms. These are the porthole staterooms, which are a little bigger, sleep up to two and have ocean views; and interior with picture window staterooms that sleep up to four and provide a partially obstructed outside walkway view.

Oceanview: The 286 ocean-view staterooms include scenic ocean-view cabins, which sleep up to four and feature floor-to-ceiling windows for amazing views; standard ocean-view staterooms, which sleep up to five and feature a picture window; and obstructed-view ocean-view staterooms, which sleep up to two. All are 220 square feet.

Balcony: There are four types of balcony cabins on Carnival Victory; all 488 of them are 185 square feet, but balconies can be 35, 60 or 75 square feet in size. Options include standard balcony rooms that sleep up to five; aft-view extended balcony cabins that sleep up to three and feature larger balconies with stern-side views; premium balcony rooms that sleep up to four and feature an oversized balcony; and premium vista balcony staterooms that sleep up to three and have balconies that wrap around the aft corners of the ship. All balconies feature two chairs and a table.

Suite: The 50 suite accommodations on Carnival Victory fall into three categories.  

Ocean Suites (275 square feet with a 65-square-foot balcony) sleep up to four and include plenty of space inside and a large balcony, VIP check-in, walk-in closet, and bathroom with hot tub.

Grand Suites (345 square feet with an 85-square-foot balcony) sleep up to five and feature VIP check-in, a huge balcony and a dressing area with vanity.

The two Captain's Suites (approximately 560 square feet with a 258-square-foot balcony) sleep up to five and feature a huge balcony, large indoor space, a king-sized bed, two full bathrooms (one with hot tub), plus a separate living room that sleeps three, as well as VIP check-in.

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