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green_rd September 20th, 2010 09:58 PM

Category 4J - Conquest class
 
Conquest class ships have a class 4J Interior cabin with picture window and obstructed view. It looks like they are all forward and have some deck between the window and railing. I suppose you could have people milling about in front of your window.

Has anybody here booked one of these cabins? What did you think? Would you do it again?

Cruznut2 September 21st, 2010 05:00 AM

I just got back from Carnival Liberty and had one of these rooms. I loved it. There is a huge deck out there accessible from a door in the hallway. Since this open space is not accessible from outside decks it is not crowded out there at all. I had room 1004 on Panorama deck. This is a handicapped accessible room but the 2 rooms next to it, 1002 and 1001 are not HA. Room 1003 is HA. The drawback was that some people wanted to be out there in the late hours and slammed the door on the way through. If you keep the curtains shut you will be fine. However I did hear noise out there one late night and peeked out :oops:. I enjoyed the convienience to the Lido. I absolutely would do it again, great location.

Laura

Snoozeman September 21st, 2010 10:24 AM

Good to hear Laura. I've never had one, but I have one booked on Glory, week before the B4. Thought I'd get one cabin as far forward as I could get then one as far aft as I could get.;)

SACRUISER September 21st, 2010 08:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cruznut2 (Post 1318316)
I just got back from Carnival Liberty and had one of these rooms. I loved it. There is a huge deck out there accessible from a door in the hallway. Since this open space is not accessible from outside decks it is not crowded out there at all. I had room 1004 on Panorama deck. This is a handicapped accessible room but the 2 rooms next to it, 1002 and 1001 are not HA. Room 1003 is HA. The drawback was that some people wanted to be out there in the late hours and slammed the door on the way through. If you keep the curtains shut you will be fine. However I did hear noise out there one late night and peeked out :oops:. I enjoyed the convienience to the Lido. I absolutely would do it again, great location.

Laura

I don't think people were intentionlly slamming those doors. Those doors are hard to open with the wind and suction from the front of this ship. If you're not holding on tight, the wind can slam the door shut.

Jamman September 24th, 2010 02:45 PM

We had two of these cabins on the Glory recently and loved them!! We had cabins 6203 & 6205. 6205 was a handicapped accessable cabin. There was virtually no traffic on the deck in front of the cabin the whole cruise, so it was like having a huge balcony to ourselves. No lounge chairs though, and only a couple of wooden benches to sit on. Heres a few pics.

http://www.cruise-addicts.com/photop..._Glory_074.jpg

View out the window of 6205

http://www.cruise-addicts.com/photop..._Glory_087.jpg

Deck area in front of cabin

http://www.cruise-addicts.com/photop..._Glory_086.jpg

Only place to sit

D'S GIRL May 16th, 2012 10:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cruznut2 (Post 1318316)
I just got back from Carnival Liberty and had one of these rooms. I loved it. There is a huge deck out there accessible from a door in the hallway. Since this open space is not accessible from outside decks it is not crowded out there at all. I had room 1004 on Panorama deck. This is a handicapped accessible room but the 2 rooms next to it, 1002 and 1001 are not HA. Room 1003 is HA. The drawback was that some people wanted to be out there in the late hours and slammed the door on the way through. If you keep the curtains shut you will be fine. However I did hear noise out there one late night and peeked out :oops:. I enjoyed the convienience to the Lido. I absolutely would do it again, great location.

Laura

My husband and I are going on the Liberty in 10 days and we are also in room 1004. We're really excited, but I just saw online today that the beds can't be converted to a queen/king bed. Is that the case??

Cruznut2 May 17th, 2012 02:57 AM

Hi The beds cannot be pushed together in this cabin. I enjoyed the cabin as it was large. It is built for wheelchairs. The bathroom is huge and has a bench in the shower to sit on. Enjoy your cruise.

Laura


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