Cruise - Don't Get Stuck With The Economy Suite
Whether you are taking a cruise around the world or simply around the
bay or peninsula, the size of one's sleeping quarters on the cruise
ship is always an issue with travelers. People are very rarely completely
happy with their ships quarters; lots of times this is because when
they signed up the traveler was unaware of all of the different options
that they had available to them upon registration for the cruise. To
avoid any traveler's woes on your part, let's go over the sleeping options
on the cruise ship in a little greater detail.
Looking at the cruise brochure can give the traveler a pretty good idea
of the options that they have available to them as far as cabins or
sleeping quarters on the cruise ship are concerned. Most people are
heavily inclined to take the cheapest rated sleeping quarters available
to them to save money, because cruising is not an inexpensive past time!
The cheapest rated sleeping quarters on a cruise ship are normally pretty
small, and below the water level. These small rooms, being just at
or below the water level, usually have no windows and can get a bit
tight. Needless to say, if you are at all claustrophobic, the most
inexpensive rooms on the cruise ship are not an option for you.
There are many different types of sleeping quarters available to travelers.
Some cruise lines may offer up to fifteen or twenty options for cruise
lodging on one ship. A cruise ship cabin, sometimes referred to as
a state room, are widely varied in price due to fluctuations in room
size, bed size, and quality. Some ship's lodging areas have more space
to walk about and a window, while others barely have room for two beds
and two people! Other, more pricey quarters may have a balcony or veranda,
making for a nice view and a more pleasurable experience--although they
may also make for a somewhat emptier pocket.
While cruise lines usually maintain their own web site that lists their
sleeping quarters and describes them in detail, most cabins come pretty
standard. The standard ships cabin consists of about 150 square feet
of space, and it may consist of a window or porthole if you are lucky.
The standard cabins usually consist of two small twin beds or one larger
bed for two people, as well as a dresser and/or closet for clothing,
a telephone, and a television (usually with satellite television due
to the marine surroundings).
These cabins usually come standard with a DVD player or at least a VCR,
as well as a small lamp for reading and perhaps an extra chair for seating
while you do your hair or prepare for your day--usually the size of
the area does not welcome visitors. The economy suite is a great option
for those cruising on a budget, because we all know that the past time
can get a little expensive on a day to day basis and it's best to save
money where you can, but you have been fairly worried that the economy
cabin is not your only option, and that you do have better, more spacious
sleeping quarters available to you on your cruise--for a price.
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