Costa neoRomantica Review

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Accommodations

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 neoRomantica now has 28 suites, of which 24 have balconies, and 56 Samsara suite cabins, of which six are full suites; 50 of these Samsara cabins have balconies.

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: Ten staterooms are wheelchair accessible on Costa neoRomantica.

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