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Carnival Paradise, Carnival Cruise Line


Entered Service:
November 1998
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70,367 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

The ship’s atrium lobby provides a social hub for Carnival Paradise. Its interior is designed by Miami architect Joe Farcus, with his signature style of colourful artwork and functional features. The lobby is capped with a spacious glass dome, with lower levels featuring customer service desks, a sushi bar, and an Atrium Bar. A Carnival Boulevard Promenade runs through the interior, lined with public lounges, nightlife and bars to provide an entertainment district. There are also plenty of duty-free shops, a library, and casino. Don’t miss a visit to the Rock and Roll Discotheque with its guitar-shaped dancefloor! Outdoors you’ll find plenty of areas to relax and soak in the sun. The main swimming pool is surrounded by loungers and hot tubs, and there’s also an adults-only space for those in search of a bit of peace and quiet.

Cabin Amenities

From room service to modern infotainment systems, there’s no shortage of cabin amenities to enjoy onboard Carnival Paradise. Accommodation is available in a range of different sizes, layouts and price grades, with interior cabins at the lower end and spacious suites at the higher end. Bedding is plush and comfortable, with suites offering additional living space, balconies, and whirlpool tubs among other amenities.

Dining Options

The two main dining rooms on Carnival Paradise are called Elation and Destiny. Both are very busy in the evenings, with attractive décor and singing, dancing waiters to make your meal more memorable! Choose from daily specials or a collection of ‘Carnival Classics’ like grilled chicken or mahi mahi. The other main option is the Brasserie Bar & Grill, which is the ship’s casual buffet and food court. Inside there’s a range of different self-service stations, where you can choose from deli sandwiches, pizza, pasta, and more. Visit the patisserie for tempting treats and speciality coffees, or have a quick lunch in the sushi bar for something a bit different.


Like its sister ships, Carnival Paradise truly springs to life in the evenings with a full roster of entertainment to keep boredom at bay! The Normandie Main Lounge is the ship’s primary theatre, seating over 1000 guests in lush comfort. It hosts big-budget production shows with flashy song and dance routines, colourful costumes and cabaret acts. In addition to this main option, most of the ship’s bars and lounges host live music in the evenings, or you can dance the night away at the Rock and Roll Disco.

Sports and Wellness

There’s plenty of opportunities to flex your muscles at sea with the ship’s sports facilities, from a banked jogging track to a volleyball and basketball court. Play a round of mini-golf, swim a few laps in the pool, or sign up for a yoga or kickboxing class in the gym. When you’re ready to relax, it’s time to pay a visit to the ship’s well-appointed spa. This complex includes the gym, with floor-to-ceiling views of the ocean and high-tech equipment. It also offers spa treatment rooms and a thermal suite with sauna and steam rooms.

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