Bed in interior cruise ship cabin

Why You May Want To Steer Clear Of Interior Cruise Cabins

By Nicole Cord-Cruz


An interior cruise cabin is a room nestled in the heart of the ship, offering no windows. While cost-effective, it has its fair share of downsides, like messing with your sleep.
In interior cabins, the lack of windows leaves you in pitch-black darkness that can help you sleep like a baby. However, this can disrupt your body's internal clock.
The lack of morning sun can lead to oversleeping, causing you to inadvertently miss out on exciting cruise activities and disturb your sleep pattern for the duration of your trip.
Interior cabins are also bad for those who easily get seasick, as without a window to crack open for a breath of fresh air, it may take longer to find relief from queasiness.