We recently took a cruise with our son on a Carnival Cruise so that we could enjoy the time with our grandkids. We had a balcony stateroom on that ship and the cabin space was much roomier on that ship than on this one. Our cabin on that ship had a sofa that converted to a small bed in which my grandson was able to sleep on with us. The balcony stateroom on the Crown Princess had room for the bed and not much else. The cabin also had a single chair by the door and a desk chair that tucked under the desk. There really wasn't much comfort to this cabin for staying in on sea days. Also, the TV screen was extremely dark, making viewing very difficult.
Family Suites D105/D101 & D106/D102 are interconnecting staterooms with private balcony; accommodates up to 8 people. (D101 & D102 not shown separately)
Will Accommodate 3rd & 4th Persons
Will Accommodate 3rd Person
2 Lower Beds Not Convertible to Queen; Shower Only
Balcony door blocked when upper berth is in use.
Balcony access when in port only.
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