Carnival aft wrap balcony

Hi everyone!  I am excited to sail in an aft wrap balcony on the Splendor.  It is located on deck seven so hopefully it has shade.  Does anyone have any information on this cabin or any aft wrap cabins on Carnival ships?  Not sure if the hype is all I have it cracked up to be.  

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While we haven't had one, we have friends that think they are the ONLY way to go!Big Smile

HEY Pinkster, welcome back!!! How was your cruise?

Great! Review soon.  It was a lot of fun meeting my "virtual" friends!Love

please read my review of my last trip on carnival Magic... The cruise was great... I despised my Aft cabin.   Horribly loud till one or two AM.  I hated it.  Never again will I book aft .  I've always booked forward midship in the past.  My next cruise is April.  So glad I have a quiet balcony... Aft is horrible.. I just wanted to try it for the view and I'm not a rookie cruiser.   My experience says to me.  Never again will I book Aft.

Thank you for leading me to your post.  My PVP put us on deck 7 so we will (or would) be sandwiched between staterooms.  I’m just not sure another (spring break) Mexican Run is worth it just to sail in this specific cabin.  I booked an Alaska cruise two weeks after in a bowling alley balcony for an alternative and have the aft suite booked on the Miracle 1/20.  I saw a blog mentioning The cabins truly are awkward and the balconies are the only benefit!  I have a few month till final payment & really want to find out if it’s worth it. Thanks again for sharing your experience.  Cheers!

Have fun! I always considered my cabin for the week that I paid for.  Yes... The ships are the trip and destinations are fun.  I just love to get away to my cabin with a balcony if anything to be away or have coffee in the morning.   Aft cabins are always above venues that run late night.   Cheers

I have never stayed in one of these.  Please let us all know your experience when you return.

Spring break is one our "never again" type cruises. Let us know what you decide and what you think, please.

Ha-ha!  We use to pull our teens out of school to avoid Spring Break cruising.  Now that they are a bit older it got tough with state testing and such to do that.  They actually end up having a great time and meeting a ton of (so far) long time friends.  My husband and I also try to go on one by ourselves or with friends when it is not spring break. Spring Break is usually nuts from our experience.  The kids do stay up running around all night long, parents getting their drink on while enjoying someone else entertaining their kids and lots of people due to the max capacity being met.  I don't think we would ever choose to do a Spring Break without kiddos. 

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