Carnival Splendor

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Cruise Ship Details

Date Built:
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Departure Ports:
Sydney, Australia
Big Family Cabins:
Connecting staterooms sleep 6-8

  • Seaday Brunch
  • Steakhouse
  • Ol' Fashioned BBW
  • Mongolian Wok
  • Lido Restaurant
  • Tandoor
  • Burrito Bar
  • 3 swimming pools  
  • Kids pool with three waterslides  
  • Adults-only Serenity deck 
Kids' Programs:
  • Seuss at Sea
  • Camp Ocean (2-11)
  • Circle "C" (12-14)
  • Club O2 (teens)
  • Green Eggs & Ham Breakfast
  • Night Owls
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Hotel Details

This Carnival ship offers connecting staterooms to sleep 5, 6, 7, 8.


Dining options are centered around two large, elegant main dining rooms serving breakfast, lunch, dinner;  and Lido Deck restaurants serving buffets, deli food, 24-hour pizza, as well as lighter fare.   The RedFrog Rum Bar serves bar fare for a nominal fee.  The Pinnacle, an upscale steak house/supper club, is available for an extra charge but reputed to be well worth it.  24-hour room service is also provided at no charge. 

Kids' Activities

The Carnival Freedom also offers Camp Carnival, Carnival's renowned kid's program, which keeps kids from 2-11 engaged in play activities as well as movies and pizza parties during the day and even into the evening (for a small fee) to give parents some time alone).   Carnival's teen programs provide a fun and safe environment for teenagers to meet other kids their own age for video game tournaments, parties, and other activities.  A large onboard arcade is also available separate from the kids club areas, and a mini-golf course on the sports deck adds to the fun.

Grown-Up Activities

Nightlife abounds in more than twenty onboard bars and lounges featuring different styles of live music, often including everything from rock to jazz to blues, to an old-fashioned sing-along piano bar and karaoke to a disco pumping out dance music into the wee hours.   The grand, multi-tiered theater presents Broadway-style revues featuring the ship's talented cast of singers and dancers, and a large casino offers a variety of games when the ship is at sea.  Poker games and tournaments are also staged throughout each voyage.  Passengers can also watch movies under the stars on the 270-square-foot LED screen overlooking the main pool area.

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