Suite

Cruzman

Well-Known Member
#5
The perks associated with booking a suite on Carnival are less than any line I have sailed on. Basically, 'ya get a larger cabin and priority embarkation; that's it! Want some real perks; try HAL or Princess!
 

Jeff & Susana

Well-Known Member
#6
Basically, 'ya get a larger cabin and priority embarkation; that's it!

Works for me!

(plus ya get that really cool VIP logo on your Booking Summary)


We have 2 rooms booked on our next cruise (1 is a non-suite) they told us they would link them and all members would get early embarkation.

We'll see if that works.
 

Los Abuelos

Well-Known Member
#8
Glad you're looking forward to your cruise you'll enjoy!

Carnival’s VIP Check-In is an exclusive service. Even though you have those cool luggage tags you must ask for “VIP Check-In†upon arrival at the cruise terminal. Embarkation staff will ensure that you are expedited through the check-in procedure as quickly as is possible, while providing quality service.

You'll also have access to Priority Debarkation via a debarkation letter [delivered to your stateroom evening before debarkation] offering a choice of how to disembark the ship. You will be given the option of Self Assist (where offered) or Priority Debarkation; for Priority Debarkation, you will receive special luggage tags letting you debark the ship after the Self Assist guests but before the remainder of the guests.

We've cruised with Carnival a few times, from many ports and looking forward to Magic's US Inaugural from Galveston 11/14.

Hope this helps!
 

seagarsmoker

Well-Known Member
#10
Glad you're looking forward to your cruise you'll enjoy!

Carnival’s VIP Check-In is an exclusive service. Even though you have those cool luggage tags you must ask for “VIP Check-In” upon arrival at the cruise terminal. Embarkation staff will ensure that you are expedited through the check-in procedure as quickly as is possible, while providing quality service.

You'll also have access to Priority Debarkation via a debarkation letter [delivered to your stateroom evening before debarkation] offering a choice of how to disembark the ship. You will be given the option of Self Assist (where offered) or Priority Debarkation; for Priority Debarkation, you will receive special luggage tags letting you debark the ship after the Self Assist guests but before the remainder of the guests.

We've cruised with Carnival a few times, from many ports and looking forward to Magic's US Inaugural from Galveston 11/14.

Hope this helps!
We have stayed in a suite (OS & GS) on the Freedom twice - last year and just returned last week and neither time did we get any information about Priority Debarkation.
 
#13
You also get priority for dining. You will get whatever dining time you want, and you will get priority for steakhouse or chefs table reservations.

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