Carnival Miracle Aft Balcony Stateroom 6262


Hi Cruisers, it’s Sheri with a look at Carnival Miracle aft balcony stateroom 6262.

The first thing you’ll notice about this cabin is the beautiful, wake facing ocean view. We’ll take a closer look at the balcony later. This is a nice size room in a relatively quiet location. There’s a big comfortable bed, and a sofa that also converts into a bed. From this angle you can get a pretty good idea of the size of this room, and how the beds are laid out. Let’s move through the cabin now and take a look at the bathroom. This is a pretty standard cruise ship bathroom. It provides adequate storage with a series of shelves on the mirror and below the sink. The shower is typically small, but includes mounted soap and shampoo dispensers. Looking at the storage options here, we have three large closets. The first of which has a top shelve for life preservers, while the second has no shelves. The last has a number of shelves and a full-length mirror. At the vanity, there’s a set of four drawers, one of which contains a nice hair dryer. Moving on, we have the mini-bar space. Here’s a look at it open. Above the mini-bar, and below the flat screen TV is the cupboard for the safe, and here’s a look at the card-operated safe. Further right, the last cabinet provides more shelve space perfect for things like beach towels and sunscreen.

And finally, here’s the balcony. For us, this is really the selling point for the room. It’s a lovely location to relax and take in the beauty of the ocean.

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