The best part of our trip on Carnival's Freedom was our stateroom. Wider that its counterpart on Holland America, it had a good floorplan, too. The bed was dished out on both sides, but the hollows seemed to fit us. The convertible couch served its function and there was enough table space and drawers for our needs. Color scheme was neutral and had a couple of colorful pictures. The TV offered three free movies each day but there was no schedule to know when they started. I watched the end of "The Iron Lady" three times. We used the veranda often and enjoyed it. The bathroom had a walk-in shower, which we value, also had good lighting.
Here are the flaws: shaving/make-up mirror was mounted too high on the wall for us to use; there was only one electrical outlet (we have 2 CPAP machines); being located just below the Lido Deck we heard tables and chairs being moved 24/7; and our towel animals were rather bizzare. Ok, that last one was more amusing than distressing.