A marvel of modern cruise engineering, eighty percent of the Carnival Miracle's staterooms have ocean views and 80% of those have private balconies. Highlighted by an 11-story Metropolis atrium with a ruby-red glass ceiling, this “Fun Ship” features all of the fabulous dining, endless entertainment options and pampering service that make for a truly special onboard experience. Forget about small, a cruise on this ship will leave you thankful for big Miracles.
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Carnival Cruise Line prides itself on the extensive range of cuisine available on its ships, and Carnival Miracle steps up the plate with steakhouse classics, three-course meals, pizza and casual restaurants. For those with special dietary requirements, there’s no need to worry about going hungry as the team of dedicated chefs will be happy to cater for your needs.
The Dining Room is the main eatery on the ship. Here, guests can take a seat and enjoy attentive table service and exquisite dishes which rotate daily so you’ll never have to eat the same thing twice (unless you want to, of course!). However, just because it’s a three-course meal, doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun. Sit back and watch as the waiters simultaneously serve up both your food and a night of entertainment, including dancing on the table. The best part? All the food is included in your fare.
For a more leisurely meal, the Lido Marketplace offers relaxed dining featuring popular dishes from around the world. Choose anything from noodles to pasta to decadent desserts, or, if you find yourself craving pizza, no matter what time of day, you can head to Pizza Pirate and watch the professionals toss your dough to perfection and finish it off with all your favourite toppings.
If you’re looking for something a bit more special, or want to splash out for a special occasion, book a table at the Steakhouse and savour the taste of premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood.
No cruise would be complete without enjoying the wealth of evening entertainment available on the ship. Catch a show at the Phantom Main Show Lounge, laugh the night away at standup comedy at the Mad Hatter’s Ball or enjoy some live music and one of the many venues on the ship. However you choose to spend your night onboard Carnival Miracle, it’s sure to memorable.
Holidays are about making memories, and how better to do this than by taking advantage of all the great activities available to guests on the ship?
Everyday, guests can take part in activities arranged by the ship’s crew. Ranging from bingo and lectures in the Phantom Main Show Lounge, to Build-a-Bear Workshops and trivia contests, there’s something for passengers of all ages to enjoy.
Carnival Miracle boasts three pools, one of which has a waterslide, and a special splash area for children. There are also several whirlpools and jacuzzis across the ship. Each pool is flanked by plenty of sun loungers for guests to relax under the sun.
Guests can get involved in anything from jogging around the outdoor track to basketball and even a round of mini-golf or a game of ping pong. Alternatively, the multi-level gym with views across the ocean is a great place to work up a sweat.
There’s no better way to reach ultimate levels of relaxation on a cruise than by treating yourself to an appointment at the onboard spa. Guests can enjoy treatments such as massages, facials, scrubs, manicures and pedicures which are bound to leave them feeling refreshed and ready to face the day.
Been twice now to hawaii loved it want to book again fab holliday can't wait for next year
Excellent value for money First class service and facilities. Lovely cruise
Had a fantastic time on the cruise and will certaily be using it again, the staff were second to none and nothing was too much trouble.
Firstly let me say that the overall package from Iglu which was a quick Las Vegas Visit then onto the Miracle for a week then a stay in LA was top notch with all Transfers and flights included it was seamless and painless. We consider ourselves RCCL cruisers but the Carnival package on offer ticked all the right boxes. There was a lot to like about the Carnival Miracle and the Carnival brand and we had a great time BUT having cruised with Carnival I would say that RCCL is my preferred provider. Good Points about the Carnival Miracle, very generous space in our balcony cabin at a very good price. Serenity Deck was a well appointed haven for adults. Cabin Staff and MDR staff were all friendly and efficient. Dinner in the MDR Embarkation and Disembarkation at Long Beach were a model of efficiency Points to note The MDR do not serve a lunch menu, even at Sea they have a Brunch menu which wore a bit thin towards the end. Breakfast and then lunch whilst at Sea please Carnival, not all of us like the pile it high, scoff it down atmosphere of the Lido, I personally like sitting down to a meal brought to my table whilst chatting to my new table mates. Miracle is having a refit soon and some areas definitely look a bit tired. Gatsby Gardens and the areas around the gym and spa spring to mind. The MDR takes a little getting used to, meant to evoke Bacchus, the large pink spheres on the walls look more like piles but we did warm to the place after a while. Overal There was a lot to like but it was nice rather than WOW, honest rather than grand. When looking for a cruise in the US again I would definitely consider Carnival but only if RCCL didnt have the right package or they priced me out of it.