Costa Classica Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Liberally paneled in light cherrywood, cabins are fairly spacious and have ample storage. Ocean-view staterooms feature large porthole-style windows. Suites are generous in size with large seating areas; they also have butler service. Designed when the balcony craze was just taking off, Costa Classica has only 10 suites with balconies; six forward-facing suites do not have balconies, and 18 minisuites have the same amenities as the suites but are not as large.
All accommodations have soft-color fabrics in a minimalist style and have a personal safe, TV, and hair dryer. The combination desk and dressing table has a large mirror; a small seating area with a table and two chairs are typical furnishings.
Bathrooms: Bathrooms are tight in ocean-view and inside cabins, even by modern cruise-ship standards. The usual bath amenities include the basic soap and shampoo. Suites have the added luxury of a whirlpool bathtub and double sinks.
Accessibility: Six staterooms are wheelchair accessible on Costa Classica.
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