One of the groups I'm taking on a cruise in 2017 will be cruising on Carnival's Valor Cruise Ship. This stunning vessel has a capacity of 2,980 guests, is 953 feet in length, features 14 decks, and hosts an on-board crew of 1,180! Whether you are a part of that August group or will simply be traveling aboard this ship for another cruise in the future, here's your insider's guide to the Valor!
Where You'll Sleep
The Carnival Valor features staterooms in the interior of the ship as well as ocean view rooms, rooms with a balcony, and suites. If a suite isn't in your budget, I strongly suggest a balcony room at the very least. Basic balcony rooms can sleep up to 4 guests, and these rooms are also a little larger than the interior and ocean view cabins. Just like their name suggests, extended balcony rooms feature a more spacious balcony, and these rooms also sleep up to 4 people. The Premium Vista Balcony staterooms that are available only sleep two, but these rooms wrap around the aft corners of the Carnival Valor, giving you a unique vantage point from which to enjoy amazing panoramic views of the sky and the sea. There are also a variety of options for your interior and ocean view rooms as well. To learn more about the staterooms available to you, and to determine which one is best for your needs and budget, call Imperial Cruise and Travel at (480) 758-5147.
Endless Dining Options
The beauty of a cruise is that your ticket price includes a wide variety of dining options. The Carnival Valor is no exception. Along with the dining room that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can also dine at the following spots:
Need a moment away from it all? Consider the Serenity Adult Only Retreat! On the top deck of the ship, this no-kid zone may be the most relaxing area you'll find. However, if you're looking for some excitement just a few of the fun activities included with your ticket are:
There is a casino aboard, multiple bars, shops, a spa and fitness center and several on-board events that vary by cruise week. The cruise ship even offers mini golf, a seaside theater featuring "dive-in" movies. Bottom line, there is always something to do while you are aboard the Valor. And, all of these elements don't even include your ports of call! Cruises really are the best travel experience for your buck!
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Thelma Pruitt has been an avid fan of cruising for some time and feels this is a great way to see several different islands in one amazing trip. She loves to help her clients plan their vacations whether it's by land or sea.