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Fantasy-Class - Non-Converting Twin Beds

Published 03/11/2015 09:53 PM   |    Updated 06/14/2021 01:44 PM

All beds convert to the king configuration or twin beds configuration with the exception of the following:

Staterooms with one twin bed and one upper berth (category 1A):
Ships: All

  • R50, R52, R54, R56, R58, R60, R62, R64, R66
  • U167, U169, U171, U173, U175
  • E181, E183, E185, E187, E189


Due to a structural pole in the stateroom, the twin beds do not convert to the king configuration (categories 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E):
Ships: All

  • R19, R141, R154
  • M16, M148, M149
  • E124, E127, E228


Twin beds do not convert to the king configuration when both upper berths are in use (categories 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D):
Ships:  All 

  • M226, M233, M234, M238, M241, M245, M246, M253
  • U190, U198, U201, U206, U209, U219
  • E86, E87, E94, E95, E202, E210, E217, E218, E225, E233


Twin beds do not convert to the king configuration when using a wheelchair in the stateroom (category 4D):
Ships:  Carnival Elation and Carnival Paradise

  • E298
     

Twin beds do not convert to the king configuration when using a wheelchair in the stateroom (category 4B):
Ship:  Carnival Ecstasy

  • R298
King bed does not convert to two twin beds when using a wheelchair in the stateroom (categories 4B, 4C, 4I, 8D, GS):
Ship:  Carnival Elation
  • R298
  • M298
  • P224
  • U69, U70, U114, U115
  • V29

 

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