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Choosing the right cabin for you

When it comes to your cruise picking the right cabin can be a big decision. If you have never cruised before then you might need some guidance with this. What are the pros and cons of cabin grades?

Inside Cabin

An inside cabin is accommodation in the interior of the ship. There is no window with this cabin therefore no natural light. They will have a separate en-suite as standard. These can be smaller rooms depending on the ship but are the most cost effective. Most people only use their cabin to get changed and sleep so these will suit a lot of people.

On certain ships you will find that there are inside cabins with a window (Promenade cabins) but these windows will look onto the inside promenade of the ship. These give you a bit more light in the room but will be more expensive. You will be able to see the cabins opposite however there are net curtains; it is just worth remembering when you are getting changed.

Outside Cabin

An outside cabin will basically be the same layout as an inside cabin however you will get either a porthole or a popicture window with a view of the ocean. These give you natural light. They are more expensive than an inside cabin but certainly worth the extra to know what the weather is like every morning. You will also get some outside cabins that are larger than the standard rooms.

Your Dining Options

When it comes to your cruise picking the right cabin can be a big decision. If you have never cruised before then you might need some guidance with this. What are the pros and cons of cabin grades?

Inside Cabin

An inside cabin is accommodation in the interior of the ship. There is no window with this cabin therefore no natural light. They will have a separate en-suite as standard. These can be smaller rooms depending on the ship but are the most cost effective. Most people only use their cabin to get changed and sleep so these will suit a lot of people.

On certain ships you will find that there are inside cabins with a window (Promenade cabins) but these windows will look onto the inside promenade of the ship. These give you a bit more light in the room but will be more expensive. You will be able to see the cabins opposite however there are net curtains; it is just worth remembering when you are getting changed.

Outside Cabin

An outside cabin will basically be the same layout as an inside cabin however you will get either a porthole or a popicture window with a view of the ocean. These give you natural light. They are more expensive than an inside cabin but certainly worth the extra to know what the weather is like every morning. You will also get some outside cabins that are larger than the standard rooms.

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