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Need help choosing Paradise room selection?

Discussion in 'Carnival Cruise Lines' started by lv2bgoing, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. lv2bgoing

    lv2bgoing New Member

    I see that the price has changed so I call the cruise line and all they can do for me is change or upgrade my room since I have paid in full . I have room M190 right now and they want to upgrade me to E222 which the dinning room is above this room. I am afraid it will be to noisy. has anyone every experience this room or busy room above their cabin?I am afraid it really is not much of an upgrade. Please HELP!
  2. Mbandy

    Mbandy Well-Known Member


    E222 isn't really a bad location. One thing to consider about being below the dining room is that the dining room would usually be closed during the time you want to be sleeping and it isn't like you're above or below a nightclub where there's loud music (as I was a year ago on the Victory). I had the same concern a few years ago on the Disney Wonder when our cabin was located right above the theatre. Turns out that when there was something going on in the theatre I was at it, not in my stateroom so all was quiet by bedtime. On our upcoming cruise on NCL Star our stateroom is right above the art gallery. Again, I am not concerned.

    The upside of your cabin is that because you're toward the back of the ship there will be very few people passing by your stateroom in the middle of that night making noise and to me that's a plus.

    Enjoy :beach:
  3. Jamman

    Jamman Carnival Specialist Community Sponsor

    What they are giving you is a one catagory upgrade from a 6C to a 6D. As Mike said, the Dining room above will not be an issue noise wise, and you will be two decks closer to the action. I would take it.

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