Carnival Dream's Cabins and Suites

Carnival Dream
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The Carnival Dream is one of Carnival Cruise Lines' largest ships, with 1823 cabins. The cabins range in size from the 185-square-foot interior cabins to the 430-square-foot penthouse suites. In addition to the standard interior, oceanview, and balcony cabins, the Carnival Dream has three new types of accommodations.

The first type of new cabins on the Carnival Dream is the family "quint" oceanview cabins, which will sleep five. These cabins have two baths--one with a tub and sink, and the second with a shower, toilet, and sink.

The second type of new cabins are the cove balcony cabins on deck 2. The cabin layout of these cabins is identical to the standard balcony cabin, but the balcony is partially enclosed, making it more private.

The third type of new cabins are the 65 spa staterooms and suites, which are adjacent to the Cloud 9 spa. Guests in these cabins enjoy special amenities and privileges, including unlimited access to the spa and its facilities, priority spa appointments, and complimentary fitness classes.

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Family Cabin Bathroom

Carnival Dream Family Cabin Bathroom
Linda Garrison

The family cabins on the Carnival Dream sleep 5 and have two baths. One bath is identical to those in the oceanview cabins. This one has a tub and sink and the second has a toilet, sink, and shower.

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Cove Balcony Cabin

Carnival Dream Cove Balcony Cabin
Linda Garrison

A cove balcony cabin is identical to a regular balcony cabin but the balcony has a smaller opening, providing more privacy. The cove cabins are on deck 2.

Since the Carnival Dream Cove Balcony Cabins are on deck 2, they are much closer to the water. If the weather is very rough, the Carnival Dream crew can close the hatch onto the balcony.

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Interior Cabin

Carnival Dream Interior Cabin
Linda Garrison

The interior cabins on the Carnival Dream cruise ship are the lowest-priced accommodations. Although they don't have a view to the outside, they do have all of the other amenities found in oceanview cabins.

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Interior Cabin

Carnival Dream Interior Cabin
Linda Garrison

The Carnival Dream interior cabins have a nice vanity desk.

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Interior Cabin Bathroom

Carnival Dream Interior Cabin Bathroom
Linda Garrison

The bathroom in an interior cabin is identical to those in other cabin accommodations, including interior, oceanview, and balcony cabins.

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Oceanview Cabin

Carnival Dream Oceanview Cabin
Linda Garrison

The Carnival Dream oceanview cabins have a nice window that provides great views of the sea or the ports of call. They also have a vanity desk and sofa.

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Balcony Cabin

Carnival Dream Balcony Cabin Picture
Linda Garrison

The Carnival Dream balcony cabins are spacious and comfortable, perfect for a family or couple's cruise vacation. 

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Balcony Cabin

Carnival Dream Balcony Cabin
Linda Garrison

The Carnival Dream cruise ship balcony cabins look very similar to the oceanview cabins. It's the door to the outside private balcony that sets them apart. 

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Balcony Cabin

Carnival Dream Balcony Cabin
Linda Garrison

 The Carnival Dream balcony cabins are spacious and very comfortable.

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Balcony Cabin Bathroom

Carnival Dream Balcony Cabin - Bathroom
Linda Garrison

A Carnival Dream balcony cabin bath has a shower with curtain, toilet, sink, and plenty of storage space. The shower has both a gel and shampoo dispensers. 

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Balcony on a Standard Cabin

Carnival Dream Balcony on a Standard Carnival Dream Balcony Cabin
Linda Garrison

 The Carnival Dream balcony in a standard balcony cabin is small, with two chairs and a table.

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Suite

Carnival Dream Suite
Linda Garrison

 The Carnival Dream cruise ship suites provide more space and amenities but cost more.

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Suite

Carnival Dream Suite
Linda Garrison
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Suite Vanity

Carnival Dream Suite Vanity
Linda Garrison

Carnival Dream suites have a vanity dressing room that separates the bedroom and bath.

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Suite Bathroom

Carnival Dream Suite Bathroom
Linda Garrison

The Carnival Dream suites have a tub/shower combination, two sinks, and a toilet.

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Penthouse Suite

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite
Linda Garrison
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Penthouse Suite

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite
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Penthouse Suite

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite
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Penthouse Suite

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite
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Penthouse Suite Vanity

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite Vanity
Linda Garrison

The Carnival Dream penthouse suite has a nice vanity area dividing the bedroom and bath. 

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Penthouse Suite Bathroom

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite Bathroom
Linda Garrison

Penthouse suite cabin baths have two sinks, a tub/shower combination, a toilet, and a bidet. 

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Penthouse Suite Balcony

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite Balcony
Linda Garrison

Carnival Dream Penthouse suites have a much larger balcony that will fit a chaise lounge, two chairs, and a table.

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Penthouse Suite Balcony

Carnival Dream Penthouse Suite Balcony
Linda Garrison

Carnival Dream Penthouse suites have a much larger balcony that will fit a chaise lounge, two chairs, and a table. 

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Towel Animal - Walrus

Carnival Dream Towel Animal - Walrus
Linda Garrison

One thing Carnival hasn't changed on the Carnival Dream - the marvelous towel animals that greet guests when they return to their cabins after dinner. It's always fun to guess what animal they are; most are clear, but a few are not.

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