Balcony Cabin #8202
These photos were all taken in cabin #8202 on the Carnival Breeze during a 12-night Mediterranean cruise on the Carnival Breeze, which is the furthest cabin forward on the port side. The advantage of this cabin is how quiet it is. With no one walking by and with only one neighbor, you'll enjoy a very quiet time.
The primary difference between the Carnival Breeze cabins and those of her two older sister ships is the color scheme. The Breeze looks very tropical, with the cabins done in bright blue, yellow, and gold, with light walls. The other two ships are done in darker rust and earth tones. The Carnival Breeze cabins look much like a hotel room in a Caribbean resort. The faux louvered doors and murals in the corridors add to this atmosphere.
Cabinets, Desk, and Closets
The Carnival Dream balcony cabins feature lots of storage space in the cabinets, desk, and closets. The light woods make the cabin feel bright and cheerful, a perfect ambiance for a cruise ship.
Sofas in many balcony cabins can be made into a sofa bed. This one is very hard, so not too good for napping! Having an extra bed can mean that more people (especially kids) can stay in the cabin.
The comfortable beds in the Carnival Breeze balcony cabin can be set up as twins or a queen-sized bed. Each bed or side of the bed has its own nightstand.
The baths in all cabins (except suites) have a nice shower, but no tub. They also have a magnifying make-up mirror, always a nice touch. Although the spa cabins have luxury toiletries, the standard cabins do not so bring along your own lotion and hair conditioner. (Shampoo, shower gel, and soap are provided.)
The standard balcony cabin has a private balcony with two chairs and a table. One of the best cruise experiences is sitting on your own balcony and enjoying the sunrise with a cup of coffee or the sunset with a cold drink.
Snail Towel Animal
It just wouldn't be a Carnival cruise ship cabin without nightly towel animals! The cabin stewards continue to get more and more creative.