Cruise: Residing in a noisy cabin for the length of the holiday could prove frustrating (Image: Getty Images)
Cruise ships holidays are an excellent way to explore the world and vessels can be very luxurious indeed. Those looking to relax in comfort and style can easily have their needs met. Your choice of ship cabin is therefore vital for onboard peace and booking the wrong one could potentially spoil the trip. Residing in a noisy cabin for the length of the holiday could prove frustrating.
Cruise ship secrets: Never books these cabins on cruises or risk very noisy consequence
Consequently, it’s key cruisers do some careful research when booking their trip.
It’s important to look carefully at the cruise ship’s deck plans to work out where you want to stay - and where you don’t.
The cruising experts at Cruise Critic have highlighted one vital thing to look out for when organising a cruise holiday.
If you’re looking to avoid noise and you’re not travelling as a family, you may want to steer clear of cabins near family suites.
Cruise Critic’s website states: “If your ship offers family suites (typically located near children's facilities), keep in mind that families are likely nearby (read: the potential for screaming children).”
Cruise lines which cater well for families include Disney, MSC Cruises and Royal Caribbean.
Cruise: If you're nearly a family suite you might be subjected to screaming children next door