Published at Friday, June 01st 2018. by noah seihan in Cruise Ship Cabins.
The standard cruise cabin bathrooms are usually tiny and most only have a shower (no tub). The shower usually has good water pressure with the only complaint being the small size. Don`t be surprised if the shower curtain keeps trying to attack you! The bathroom also has a sink toiletry shelves and a noisy vacuum toilet like on an airplane. Often there is a small step up between the bedroom and bathroom perfect for stubbing your toe. The bathrooms also usually have a retractable clothesline for drying your swimsuit or hand laundry.
The biggest value of all onboard cruise ship is in labor costs. The better cruise ships tend to be labor intensive providing passengers with unrelenting attention and extravagant pampering. The hotel staff on all cruise ships provides the basic services including food preparation and serving laundry cabin stewarding entertainment casino operation beauty shop operations This is one area where I would prefer to not scrimp because of the very good value in these services due to the low cost of international labor. I would prefer to go beyond the level that most cruise ships go in the area of spas. Land based luxury and specialty resort spas are very expensive but the exact same level of service professionalism skill and treatments can be provided on a cruise ship at extremely low cost. Labor is the key and the primary reason for most of the expense of spas. Labor is a tremendous value on a cruise ship because the cruise ship managers can choose workers from the global marketplace where it is easy to get the best value for the money.
Standard inside cabin. This type of cabin has no windows and is located on the inside corridor. It is usually carpeted and furnished with a telephone TV and air conditioning unit. The standard inside cabins of newer cruise liners includes a refrigerator small vault table loveseat and an Internet access. The bathroom has a shower but typically is small with no tub. It usually has a retractable clothesline for hanging wet garments to dry.
Many travelers choose a cruise ship as their vacation. It offers the luxury of hotels while getting to travel to different locations. Choosing a cabin on a cruise ship is just as important as choosing a hotel when traveling to a land destination. There are many things to consider such as location on the ship view from the window and the different prices. Most cruise ships offer numerous different categories of cabins for guests to choose from. As with any vacation the wrong room accommodation could ruin a trip so do plenty of research and make the choice that best fits your needs.
The next step above an outside cabin is one with a balcony (verandah). These cruise cabins have sliding glass doors giving you access to the outside. The sliding doors also mean you can see outside from anywhere in the cabin i.e. lie on the bed and still see the ocean outside. Usually the cruise balcony cabins are also larger than the standard cabins and some qualify as mini-suites. Which means they have a small sitting area with a loveseat or convertible sofa. The cruise mini-suites also usually have a curtain that can be drawn to separate the sleeping and sitting areas. This feature is ideal for couples (or friends) that have different sleeping habits.
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