Picking a great cruise stateroom
Several things I always remember when I book a stateroom on a cruise ship for a customer:
What is important to you in stateroom size and window options. Interior cabins are usually smaller in size but have no window. If you like to sleep in it is a great option. Oceanview cabins have a large window so you can see the waves from your window. Balcony cabins have an outdoor space that you can enjoy if you love a brisk sea breeze. Interior cabins are the cheapest and balconies are more expensive.
Make sure you look at the deck plans of the ship. When you find a stateroom you think you want look at the decks above and below you to make sure you aren't over the night club which would make for late night noise that could keep you awake.
If you are prone to motion sickness, pick a cabin that is low in the ship and towards the middle. These staterooms tend to feel the pitching of the ship less than cabins at the front and back and top of the ship.
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