Cruise- Balcony or Interior?

This is the age old question everyone asks themselves when they are booking their cruise.  I’ll make it simple, less than a 5 day cruise, go for Interior, more than a 5 day cruise, go for balcony.  There are advantages and disadvantages to both, so here we go..

Interior. My first interior room was the first time, I got to sleep by myself for the whole vacation.  Our room was set as 2 sets of bunk beds.  Everyone had their own bed with night light.  It was NICE, nobody touching me during my sleep and even Papa Bun’s snoring seemed distantly away.  If you’re one of those people who needs the room to be dark and quiet, Interior rooms are for you.  On shorter trips where you won’t hang out in the balcony much, you can save a lot of money booking an interior room.

Balcony. I noticed the more days I’m on the trip, the more time I spend on the balcony.  It’s nice to have an extra outdoor area to my room when I want to dry my hair or eat a little something while enjoying the ocean breezes.  Depending on your ship, balcony rooms can be way more expensive, so if I can swing it and it’s a longer vacation, I definitely book the balcony room.

Hope this helps you choose what kind of room is right for you.  Do you do balcony or interior?  Let me know below.

Until next time, Happy Cruising!

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