Review by witnessphoto
In response to review, NHguy says ...
Stateroom size is tricky and can vary from ship to ship. (And having a balcony does not mean having more space. Sometimes the balcony plus the room are the exact same size as an oceanview or inside stateroom, meaning the space in your room is smaller.) Next time you’re ready to cruise come back here and ask a few questions, there are plenty of folks at cruiseline.com who’ll be happy to help. Or talk to an experienced cruise agent that can help you make the best choices for your vacation. Happy cruising!
I would agree that interior staterooms on the "Sky" are a bit tight for more than two. In general, on the ships I've been on and my daughter can verify, the interior cabins on Carnival's ships are a bit bigger than on Royal or Norwegian. I thought it was hype, but it's for real. That doesn't mean they're any nicer, or more comfortable, just a bit bigger. IF you are lucky (or un, depending on circumstance) to get a wheelchair-accessible interior cabin on any ship (sometimes available last-minute), it will be larger than the standard ones for that line. We were two adults and a child in a cabin we pretty much only saw for the time it takes to shower and change. I was going to add "sleep" but nobody sees the inside of a cabin while...you get it.