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. Specialty restaurants include Guy's Burger Joint (inspired by chef Guy Fieri), Mexican restaurant Blue Iguana Cantina, and the upscale Scarlett's Supper Club (available for an extra charge, but reputed to be well worth it). 24-hour room service is also provided at no charge.
The Carnival Valor 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.
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.