MSC Musica Review
About This Ship
Cabins: A whopping 80% of staterooms have an ocean view, and 65% have balconies. Superior balcony staterooms are considerably roomier than standard staterooms with a balcony. Beautifully decorated in jewel-tone colors, all are comfortable yet somewhat smaller than the average cabins found on the new ships of other cruise lines. All cabins are furnished with two twin beds that can be combined to create a king, a vanity-desk, TV, adequate closet and storage space, small refrigerator, hair dryer, and have a broadband connection for a laptop.
Suites: Suites, which compare to minisuites on most cruise ships, feature a combination tub-shower in the bathroom, a walk-in closet, plenty of storage, 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: Seventeen cabins that measure 226 square feet are wheelchair accessible.
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