Wooden panelled doors and palm tree motifs line the corridors leading passengers to staterooms that aesthetically mirror the tropical vibe invoked throughout the ship.
With 905 of the 1,845 staterooms onboard offering balconies, it’s clear that Carnival has listened to their passengers when formatting the layout of the cabins on their newest ship.
Moveable flat screen televisions offer a selection of movies, cable channels and ship-specific shows including the ever-popular “Cruise Director” channel that showcases “The Morning Show” starring John Heald and Calvyn on our specific sailing.
The interactive TV also allows passengers to view messages, their sail and sign accounts, book shore excursions and make dining reservations, all from the comfort of their stateroom.
24-hour complimentary room service is also on offer with an average wait-time of 20 minutes.
Plush Carnival Comfort Collection linens and towels are readily available with full showers complete with massage head featured in all stateroom bathrooms.
Ample cupboard space and a dressing table ensure that, even when sharing a cabin, there is enough room for storage and elevated beds mean that your suitcase can be tucked away for the duration of your voyage.
Deluxe Ocean View staterooms are the perfect option for families sailing aboard Carnival Breeze with a separate washroom to the full bathroom on offer and the ability to sleep up to five people in a selection of configurations.
Those after a broader view of the ocean can book a Premium Vista Balcony stateroom that offers a wrap around balcony on the aft corners of the ship while the Aft View Extended Balcony stateroom features a larger than normal balcony.
A selection of 54 Suites and Penthouses are available aboard Carnival Breeze with the added benefit of VIP check-in. Ocean Suites offer a walk in wardrobe and jacuzzi in the bathroom along with a larger balcony than the standard Balcony staterooms.