The Carnival Valor is third in Carnival's Conquest - class of ships. The theme for this floating resort is Heroes and Heroics. Primarily based on American heroes, the theme runs through out the ship. The dining rooms are appropriately named Lincoln and Washington. The Lido deck casual restaurant pays homage to Rosie the Riveter. Recent enhancements include a nine hole miniature golf course and Carnival's Seaside Theatre.
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Ihor 63 1 Eastern Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise ever, although I am an avid boater. The cruise was, overall, very nice. It took a little to get used to the "herding", but I can understand the necessity for it as...read more
Jennifer 33 10 Western Caribbean5 users found this review helpful.
Precruise: We flew into FLL 3-19 and stayed at the Radisson for $100 on Priceline in FLL for one night. Rented a car from Budget at FLL airport and returned to Sheraton Biscyane in Miami...read more
Walter 52 4 Eastern Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
Overall a 7 out of 10. We had portside aft balcony cabin on Deck 7 (7414). This was 2 levels below Lido Deck and directly below 24/7 pizzeria. Lido Deck used all day and night for dining....read more
Winston 57 1 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
(Arrival and Boarding) We flew into Miami the day before departure and took a taxi ($23) to the Holiday Inn Marina on Biscayne Blvd which is very close to the port. Across the street...read more
Mary 38 3 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
This was our 3rd cruise with Carnival and probably our last. Sail date March 6, 2005 Western Caribbean. With passengers’ ages varying from early 20’s to 60’s, a polite crew and perfect...read more
Alain 40 n/a Eastern Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
Overall a very nice cruise experience. Dinner in Main Dining room was always excellent with Very good service from all. Breakfast at Rosie's got old so i tried the Dining Room for breakfast...read more
Laura 27 4 Western Caribbean
This was our fourth cruise, all being on carnival and it was definitely one of the better ones The ship is very well done and was very neat and well kept, we were on lido deck and this...read more
Joyce 43 26 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
Carnival Cruise line is considered to be the Fun Ship; If you are looking to have lots of things to do they will be your first choice. We had the honor to travel on the Valor on Jan 2, 2005....read more
Art 53 six Western Caribbean6 users found this review helpful.
My wife and I have cruised for the past six years, and normally cruise on our own. This year we decided to take our two university aged children. In order to accommodate their school...read more
Steve 50 5 Eastern Caribbean7 users found this review helpful.
This was a family cruise with 7 cabins, 4 outside staterooms and 3 inside staterooms on the Carnival Valor’s 7day inauguration cruise to Eastern Caribbean. We were all excited, a new ship...read more