Sometimes a cabin can make your whole cruise experience. People often say, “I’m just going to sleep in the cabin, so it doesn’t matter where it’s located.” However, that couldn’t be any more wrong. Here are 6 cruise ship cabin mistakes:
1. Booking the Wrong Stateroom
You always want to study the deck plans of the ship to make sure your cabin is in a prime spot. Also know that one interior cabin can cost more than another interior cabin. It all depends on location on the ship and what deck you’re on. Typically the lower the deck, the least expensive the cabin is. And no, deck 1 is not below the water line. This is where a good travel agent comes into play.