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Carnival Spirit Class Interior Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Interior 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 Interior category.
Here is a standard interior cabin with the bed separated into two twin sized beds.
Here is a view from the bed area. There is a desk with TV. To the left of the door in this picture is the bathroom. To the right is the closet.
Some cabins have a Pullman bed. This is a bed that pulls down from the ceiling when needed. A ladder is provided to help climb up into the bed. Notice the bed also has a railing.
Here is a picture of the ladder.
These cabins have a small mini-fridge to keep items cool.
There are a few interior cabins on this ship that will be shaped differently. This is a cabin on deck 7 on the front of the ship. These type of cabins typically offer a little bit more space.
The desk area provides a very large mirror to help get ready in the morning.
The closet will provide some shelves to store belongings.
There is also space to hang clothes.
The bathroom is well laid out with a toilet and sink.
The shower is divided from the toilet by a curtain.
In the desk drawer there is a hair dryer.
You will also find a locking safe.
The closet space offers shelves and places to hang clothes.
The bathroom will have a sink, toilet and shower area. The shower has a curtain that is used when shower is in use.
This is the layout of a inside cabin without any window. You will see the bed. To the right near the bed is the door to the bath. To the left near the cabin door is the closet area.
This is looking back in the opposite direction. You can see the bed is made up as a queen bed.
You can separate the bed into two twin size beds.
This is the typical inside cabin layout when there is no windows or doors. In this case the bed is separated into two twin beds.
With the same type of inside cabin, in this case there are two pullman beds. A pullman bed is a bed that pulls down from the ceiling when needed. It is normally advisable to separate the lower bed into two twins, but in this case they kept the lower bed as a queen. The bathroom is to the right, the closet is to the left. You will see a small desk area to the left and there is a small sitting area to the right.
Here is a good view of the inside cabin without the pullman beds.