Weighing in at 110,000 tons, this beautiful art-themed megaliner has something for everyone. Restaurants and lounges named after classic painters -- among them Monet Restaurant, Gauguin's Bar, Degas Lounge, Vincent's -- offer a variety of fine dining and entertainment options. Guests looking for an upscale dining experience will be pleased with the culinary delights of The Point Steakhouse, Carnival Conquest’s reservations-only restaurant. The notable Toulouse-Lautrec Lounge comes alive in the evenings with dazzling entertainment that rivals any seen on Broadway, and the ship’s lively bars and lounges welcome guests nightly for drinks, live music and dancing. Entertainment for younger guests includes activities at Camp Carnival, which has its own deck and wading pool, and Circle “C” Lounge and Club O2 for teens looking to hang out with new friends. Sports enthusiasts will love the City Sports Park, which features a nine-hole mini-golf course, jogging track, sports court and shuffleboard games. Those looking to relax can seek refuge at Spa Carnival, complete with steam, sauna and massage rooms as well as a salon and fitness center. In addition to all this, the Carnival Conquest is now also equipped with the Carnival Seaside Theatre, a 270-square-foot LED screen displaying movies, concerts and sporting events, and the exhilarating three-deck-high Twister Waterslide.
Voyages departing before October 9, 2014: $11.50 per guest, per day. Voyages departing on or after October 9, 2014: $12.00 per guest, per day. These amounts are automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). 15% tip included on beverage orders. No tips required for children under 2.