Costa Victoria Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Light-wood cabinetry, soft pastel decor, and a small seating area are typical of all cabins, which have a small refrigerator, personal safe, and hair dryer. Floor space is tight in standard categories, but every cabin has adequate closet and storage space, double sink, and generous closet. Designed before private balconies became the most popular stateroom amenity at sea, the ship had none at all when it was launched; however, 246 were later added to four minisuites and 242 standard outside cabins. Passengers in suites and minisuites have slippers and bathrobe to use during the cruise, a choice of pillow types, and enjoy butler service.
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 a selection of bath products.
Accessibility: Six cabins are wheelchair accessible.
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