There are 1,379 staterooms on Carnival Triumph with five different grades. Interior staterooms can accommodate up to five guests, making them perfect for families. All staterooms feature flat screen TVs and 24-hour room service. Ocean View and Balcony staterooms are larger. The most spacious accommodation on board, though, are the suites, which offer additional perks such as walk-in closets and a tub in the bathroom.
Dining & Gastronomy
There is a wide range of dining options on the Carnival Triumph, serving classic American dishes and the daily 'didja' dish, as in "Did you ever try...?" A favorite dining place with families is Guy's Burger Joint, with a menu of fast food classics created by celebrity chef Guy Fieri. If you can't tear yourself away from the pool, enjoy tacos and burritos at the poolside Blue Iguana Cantina. The most impressive foodie experience on board is the Chef's Table, a tasting experience combined with a personalized guided tour of the kitchen.
Entertainment and Activities
Have fun your way on this Carnival ship. Choose between sunbathing, basketball or shuffleboard, or getting involved in some more structured activities such as quizzes or cocktail-making contests. Kids will love the water slides, and the Camp Carnival Club caters for children aged 2 to 11. In the evening take in a show with music and dancing, or get competitive with an interactive trivia competition. Deck parties and karaoke are also popular.
On Carnival Cruises, the dress code is predominantly casual, with only items such as cut-off jeans and flip-flops not allowed in dining areas. There will be one or two "cruise elegant" nights per vacation. On these nights guests are asked to dress more elegant, with smart separates, suits or cocktail dresses worn by most passengers.