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Carnival Spirit Class French Door Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of French Door staterooms for the Carnival cruise ship Spirit class. Class names such as Spirit class defines similar ships within the Carnival fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the French Door category.
The door is very heavy and looks out on a obstructed view.
Some cabins will have a small view between the lifeboats.
But other cabins will be fully obstructed by the lifeboats.
Some cabins have a pullman bed. This is a bed that folds down from the ceiling when needed. A ladder is provided to help get up into the bed.
Here is the standard bathroom area of a French Door cabin.
Here is the toilet and shower area. Notice the shower curtain dividing the toilet from the shower.
There are also racks for towels on the wall.
The closet will provide space to hang clothes.
There are also shelves to put belongings on.
This is another view of French Door interior cabin.
The interior cabin with french balcony doors have a door that can open, but there is no balcony outside and the railing prevents you from going out. It is a good way to get fresh air in the cabin though. Note that view is often obstructed. In this picture there is a lifeboat in the way.
French Door Interior cabins have a sofa, desk area. In this picture the cabin door is all the way forward. The bath is to the left and the closet space is to the right.
Here is a better view of the closets and desk area.
Here is what the cabin looks like with the door open. Remember the door is heavy to open.
The bathroom has a toilet area and the shower has a adjustable shower head.
The sink will have small shelves above it, and a cabinet below it.
The desk area will also offer cabinet and drawer space.
Most French Door inside cabins have a sofa that can be used as a bed.
A hair dryer is provided for use in the cabin.
The cabin will also have a mini-fridge that comes stocked with items you can purchase.
This is how the mini-fridge looks when the door is closed.
There is also a safe you can use to lock valuables.
There are various layouts to some of the cabins on this type of ship. This for example is cabin 4203 on the Miracle. It has a window instead of a french door.
Another view of cabin 4203.
Another view of cabin 4203. Even though this cabin doesn't have the french door, people like it because of the extra space.
Here is a picture of a french door balcony with the pullman bed extended down.
Another view of a french door cabin in the opposite direction.
This is what the door looks like opened.
This is a typical view outside of the cabin.