Carnival Miracle is a more practical and manageable size next to her Destiny-, Conquest-, and Dream-class counterparts, but is still big enough to offer the line’s signature fun and whimsy across her many entertainment and dining venues. The Fun Ship 2.0 enhancements include the Punchliner Comedy Club and Taste Bar.
Carnival Miracle’s staterooms are done up in an appealing color scheme of toasted-caramel wood-tone furniture and mango-and-coral upholstery, drapes, and bedspreads. Nearly all of the staterooms have a small sitting area with a sofa and a coffee table—though some inside cabins have just a chair and a table. Guests are pleased with the thick and comfy duvets and the use of fluffy bathrobes throughout the cruise. Bathrooms are well designed; the shower stall is a tad larger than those on other ships.
Like the outdoors? Ten of the suites, located at the stern of Decks 4 through 8, come with a huge wraparound 220-square-foot balcony. There are other suites with balconies, too, but these are the most generous.