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Sample pics and diagrams:
This is a typical inside cabin layout. Instead of a window there is a area with curtains to make it appear as if there is a window.
Carnival Fantasy - U99 - Mike Brown
In this particular cabin there are two pullman beds. These are beds that pull down from the wall when needed. A ladder will be provided to help climb up into the bed.
Even though the rooms are small there will be a small night stand near the bed. Notice also the reading light above the bed.
Carnival Fascination - U6 - Mike Smith
This is the bathroom of a inside cabin. The toilet area has towel racks on the wall.
There are small shelves above the sink and a shelf below the sink.
The cabin will have some sort of chair to sit in. Here is what the chair looks like in this cabin.
This is the shower in the bathroom. There is a adjustable shower head.
The bed can be separated into two twin beds. Notice how the room Stewart set up the beds in this particular cabin.
Carnival Fascination - U96 - Marianne Carney
This inside cabin is laid out different than the normal type. The door is on the long side of the cabin. In this style cabin the closet is on the right side. The bathroom door is near the closet.
This is the cabin with the bathroom door open.
This is a view of the desk area.
There is a second closet in this cabin that is near the closet door.
This is how the main closet looks when the doors are opened. Notice the room safe on the shelf.
But most inside cabins have the door entering on the short side of the cabin. Near the door is the closet and bathroom. You then walk past the desk to enter the main bedroom area.
Carnival Paradise - U217 - Becky Carpenter
This is a view of the bedroom area. Notice this room has a pullman on both walls.
This is a picture of the pullman pulled down from the wall and the beds put together as a queen.
Carnival Fascination - U147 - APDMOM