Interior cabins are how we are able to go cruising sometimes. I didn't think I could do it but I found out you really don't spend that much time in the cabin. On the right ship it's just a changing, shower and sleeping room. I hope you have a great time.....Keep Cruising!
We like the dark, so we don't care. It is a way to keep costs down. Balconies have a plus side, but can be expensive.
That's a good point. I suppose if things go well I'll be so exhausted at the end of the day the only thing I'll want to do is immediately fall asleep.
Worried about it... get an obstructed Oceanview... You will get sunlight which helps, and not have to pay the price for a full on ocean view.
Also be sure when you book to find out if it is a bunk bed cabin or not ( those feel ALOT more closed in).
Lord I forgot they have bunk bed cabins. Sista is to old for that. LOL!
I always book inside cabins , you get the best price and some times you get up graded
You should be fine. If your condition is so bad you get panic attacks, you might want to consider upgrading, but otherwise stay with the inside cabins. At the same time, a window might not even make all that much of a difference, so you would have to spend quite a bit more for a larger cabin.
Just found this through another forum post. http://www.royalcaribbeanpresscenter.com/article/views_for_one_and_all/
I don't know what line you were planning on sailing, but I do wonder if this would help alleviate claustrophobia.
Wow! Thanks for the advice, everyone. I'll look into the obstructed oceanview cabin.. that sounds like a happy medium. Although those virtual balconies do sound great!