1. Organize Your Clothes and Where You Store Them
If you are given cabinet space to hang or place your clothing you should use that space. This will help you avoid having to lay clothes on the bed or couch (if your room has one). By hanging your clothes up you are helping keep your room clean and organized, but also you are keeping your clothes from getting wrinkled from being in the way.
If you are staying with multiple people in the same room you should divide your space to hang up clothing. If there are two people in one room consider dividing the space in two. For example, one person gets one side of the rack and the other person gets the other side of the rack.
2. Use Cabinet Space For Other Personal Belongings
Most cruise ship staterooms have space for you to use to store your personal belongings. Using this space will allow you to keep countertops clean and from keeping belongings in your suitcase or on the bed. You should use the safe, if one is provided, for any belongings that are valuable or contain personal information (such as passports).
3. Towels In The Bathroom
If you are going to reuse a towel hang it back on the rack. If you are not going to reuse a towel put in an isolated corner of the bathroom on the floor. This should let your stateroom steward know that you want those towels to be replaced with fresh ones. By putting these dirty towels in one corner you will be keeping your bathroom floor cleaner.
4. Try To Push Your Suitcase Under The Bed, If Possible
Most cruise ship beds have space underneath that you can try to use to store your suitcase. The ability to do this will depend on your suitcase size and if the bed has space underneath it. Empty suitcases can take away floor space that you will probably want to have.