MSC Fantasia Review
About This Ship
Cabins: A whopping 80% of staterooms have an ocean view, and 95% of those have balconies. All accommodations are beautifully decorated and comfortable yet still somewhat smaller than comparable cabins on other lines. All are furnished with two twin beds that can be combined to create a king, a vanity-desk, TV, Ethernet connection for use with laptops, adequate closet and storage space, small refrigerator, and hair dryer.
Suites: Yacht Club Suites that have access to a private lounge with complimentary bar and a sundeck with swimming pool, bar, and small buffet. Some suites do not have balconies, but all have access to a concierge and butler service, including laundry, dry-cleaning, and pressing services. Amenities include a Nintendo Wii console, pillow menu, complimentary minibar, Egyptian-cotton sheets, slippers and robe during the cruise, walk-in closets, and marble bathrooms with bathtubs. Standard suites are comparable in size to minisuites on most cruise ships. They feature a combination tub-shower in the bathroom, plenty of storage in a walk-in closet, and a sitting area.
Amenities: Bathrooms are supplied with MSC Cruises' own brand of shampoo, bath gel, and soaps, plus a handy sewing repair kit.
Accessibility: Forty-three cabins are wheelchair accessible, including two in the MSC Yacht Club.
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