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Carnival Conquest Class Balcony Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Balcony staterooms for the Carnival cruise ship Conquest class. Class names such as Conquest class defines similar ships within the Carnival fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Balcony category.
This is a view in the opposite direction. The couch in this case is being used as a bed.
The bathroom is well designed. Here is the toilet area.
A view of the shower. Notice the curtain. Also notice the adjustable shower head.
The sink area has some small shelves around it. There is another shelf under the sink.
This is a view of the cabin with the sofa and coffee table.
This is a view in the opposite direction. The cabin door is in the distance and the closet is to the right. The bathroom is on the left.
This is another picture of the bathroom.
The bed can be kept together as a queen.
Or it can be separated into two twins.
Here is a picture of the balcony. The balcony has two chairs and small table. The railing is clear glass to allow you to view the ocean while sitting down.
Aft facing balcony cabins will provide more balcony space. But the divider between the cabins is not as private.
Many people love these aft balconies though.
This is a picture of a typical balcony with the balcony door open.
Here is a picture of the aft balcony. Notice how the partition comes down at a angle.
This is another picture of the desk area. Notice the phone.
Some balcony cabins are shaped like a L. This is the layout of one of those balconies. The balcony door is to the right in this picture.
This is looking from the balcony into the cabin. The bathroom is on the left near the cabin door. The bed area is also to the left close to the balcony.
This is a view of a L shaped cabin from the door. The balcony is straight a head and the bed is to the right all the way forward.
The balcony on the L shaped cabins is extended. That means that it is twice the width of normal balconies.
This is a picture of a balcony cabin with the pullman down. A pullman is a bed that pulls down from the ceiling when needed. A ladder is provided to climb up into the bed.
Each stateroom has a room safe to keep valuables.
This is an extended balcony. These cabins are usually the first to sell.
Here is a picture of the deck cabinet opened. You can see the mini-fridge inside. The mini-fridge will be stocked with items you can purchase.
Here is a good view of the closet doors opened up. You can see shelves for placing clothing and other items.