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Carnival Dream Class Balcony Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Balcony staterooms for the Carnival cruise ship Dream class. Class names such as Dream class defines similar ships within the Carnival fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Balcony category.
Another view of the typical layout. Notice the sofa and coffee table. There is also a desk area with pull out stool.
This is the standard layout with different decorations in the cabin.
Check the deck plans for cabin locations to determine what you will see from your balcony. This cabin looks down onto the outer promenade and hot tub.
The balcony will have two chairs and a small table. Notice the see through glass railing.
Balconies that face the aft of the ship will have a railing that comes up at a angle. The dividers on the side of the balcony will allow the balcony to be viewed by the cabin next door when they are standing at the railing.
Most cabins have balconies where the divider can be opened up to the cabin next door. This creates a much larger balcony that both cabins can enjoy.
This is a typical shower in a balcony cabin.
This is the typical bathroom in a balcony cabin.
There will be a locking safe in each balcony cabin.
There will be a closet for hanging clothes.
Another view of the closet.
There will also be shelving units.
The balcony door is not a sliding door, but a door that opens outward onto the balcony.
Here is another picture of the balcony.
The bathroom has a toilet area with towel racks.
Next to the toilet is the shower with a adjustable shower head.
On the other side of the toilet is the sink area with small shelves. Underneath the sink is another shelf.
This is the typical view from a balcony stateroom.
Unless you have a aft facing balcony and then your view may look like this.
There will be a outside light on each balcony that you turn on and off from the cabin.
The railing height is pretty high and it is not easy to fall over the balcony.
This picture shows a pullman bed opened up. The bed is stored in the ceiling and pulled down at night for sleeping. Notice the ladder that is used to get up into the bed.