The second ship in Carnival’s Conquest Class is the 2,980-passenger Carnival Glory. The ship offers a variety of bars and lounges, plenty of entertainment options and a head-spinning array of activities. Be wowed by short, high-energy Playlist Productions song-and-dance shows with dizzying special effects. Families enjoy Carnival Glory’s easy Caribbean itineraries, and the ship’s kids’ club has options for babies, kids and teens. Glory appeals to a variety of travelers, from families and groups to couples, and to travellers on any budget.
Carnival Glory offers a modest range of cabin categories from insides to suites. Vibrant tones of peach and orange adorn the spacious cabins. Twin beds convert to a king and are fitted with soft linens and duvets. Two bedside tables have small lamps and storage space. All cabins have minibars with soft drinks, beer and spirits. Flat-screen TVs have an interactive section with pay-per-view movies, shore excursion booking, dining menus and a review of your Sail & Sign onboard account. The three main types of suites are Captains’ Suites, Grand Suites and Ocean Suites. Suite passengers have access to early embarkation, priority tendering and debarkation, and a special line at the guest services desk.
The two-level Japanese-temple-inspired Platinum and Golden dining rooms, with cherry blossom decor, are Glory’s main restaurants. Dinner can be taken either in traditional assigned seating at two times or on a flexible basis. With the flexible option, passengers can have dinner in their assigned dining room anytime they like between 5.45pm and 9.30pm. The Taste Bar offers a rotating menu of light bites culled from the fleet’s various signature dining venues. Given its promenade location, the venue is a perfect amuse bouche on the evening march to the dining room. At the Red Sail Restaurant, by the Azure Pool, is a 24-hour pizza station, which offers several varieties of thin-crust pizza, as well as Caesar salads
On Deck 11, there’s a jogging track, a half-court for basketball, a volleyball net, shuffleboard and beanbag toss. A mini-golf course is only accessible via the sports court. The Spa Carnival houses a spa, salon, gym, whirlpools, saunas and steam rooms. A full-service beauty salon offers hair, nail and waxing services. Teeth whitening and grooming for men are also available.A range of Life Fitness machines includes elliptical trainers, bikes and treadmills, and both free weights and resistance machines will pump you up. Some fitness classes, such as morning stretching, are free, while yoga, Pilates and cycling carry a fee of $12 per person. Stretch mats and resistance balls are also available.
Carnival Glory attracts lots of families with its popular kids club and partnership with Dr. Seuss. The branded activities include a parade and story hour with Dr. Seuss characters.Glory’s Camp Carnival facility is an open, colorful space that can be set up for any number of games, and activities. Indoors, there are kid-size tables and chairs, flat-screen TVs and a few video game stations; outside, a play area features climbing and sliding play sets.. The 12- to 14-year-olds set also have their own dedicated space, on Deck 4 forward, with video games, a touch-screen jukebox, plasma TVs and cushioned seating. Supervised activities are limited to afternoon and evening hours and include scavenger hunts, video game challenges, movie nights, late-night mini-golf and theme parties.Children of all ages surely will be kept busy onboard!
Good food and friendly attentive staff make passengers of all ages feel welcome.
– Cruise Passenger
“Family-friendly cruising for travelers of all ages, interests and budgets”
– Cruise Critic
“Carnival Glory has three decks full of public lounges, bars, and lots of rooms to play in, together with good facilities and programs for children.”
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