Cabin A1

I have a free cruise with Carnival. All I have to do is pay the taxes. I got when I toured some Blue green shares which is like time share.  It is for 3-5 Day cruise. I either embark out of Galveston TX or New Orleans.  Probably take it next year. Because I have 9-day with NCL in December. Just Did not know what a Cabin A1 was? I Google it But it really Did not say.  

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It is an interior upper/lower (bunk beds). We had friends with a similar deal... they were able to upgrade, at a minimum cost, to an interior with beds that could be pushed together. Congratulations on the free cruise!

Thanks, have to look into a up grade. An interior room would not be to bad but the bunk bed just don't know how that would work. 

The A1 is Carnival's least expensive cabin. It is classed as an interior, although sometimes it may have portholes. Generally an odd-shaped cabin, usually having an upper and lower berth rather than normal beds. Since it is the least expensive, many solo cruisers will reserve one at the guarantee rate, and since there are not many of these cabins, generally they will get an upgrade.

 

If you are cruising with someone, or simply cannot deal with the cabin, I would look at upgrading rather than playing the chances hoping for an upgrade.

Congratulations, though, on the free cruise!

An A-1 is slightly larger than a broom closet.  It's the lowest category cabin offered by Carnival.  The crew gets larger accommodations, and they share space. I think they hang a hammock in the bathroom.  On the bright side, your cruise is free.  

 

What ? You thought A-1 meant top of the line ?   Silly rabbit.

No had no clue saw thanking inside cabin. Or really small. But had no clue they have a room with bunk beds only room.

Since the cruise is free, I, too, would recommend an upgrade.

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