Cruises are popular vacations for everyone from singles and couples to families and friends. Cabin design and décor need to follow this trend. Here are a few tips for meeting the needs of passengers and providing a great experience.
- Family Cabins – Rather than making families spring for multiple rooms (which can make the vacation unaffordable for some families), new cruise cabins are catering to families traveling together by offering bunk style beds where a family of four can travel together. But don’t think that a family traveling together means that they don’t care about comfort. In fact, kids are even more likely to complain if they are used to nice bedsheets at home and the ones on the cabin bed are scratchy.
- Solo Cabins – More people are traveling alone on a cruise. This gives you the opportunity to develop pod style cabins where there is still a decent size bed, but not a lot of extras in the room. Again, don’t skimp on the sheets. A solo traveler may have booked the cabin alone, but that doesn’t mean they intend to stay that way for the entire cruise.
- Luxury Cabins – The new trend in luxury cabins is to expand upward to offer extra space. A lofted bedroom can quickly add 50% more space to a room and give you the opportunity to offer a real luxury experience with larger beds, bathrooms, and living room space. But for a real luxury experience, you need luxury quality linens including, sheets, towels, and bathrobes.
When a Cruise Ship Needs Quality Linens, Venus Delivers
At Venus, we are proud to offer the highest quality linens with the durability you need for your cruise line. Regardless of the cabin, you are decorating, we have something to meet your needs. Call 800.421.6599 to begin your order or request a quote online.