Built in 2010, MSC Magnifica contains 1259 cabin across its 13 passenger decks. It is part of the Musica Class. The ship has a large variety of bars and also has a state-of-the-art gym.
There are five types of cabins. Deluxe Balcony Suites, Family Size Suite, Balcony Cabin, Ocean View, Inside Cabins. There are 16 wheelchair accessible cabins as well. Included in each cabin is a minibar, safe, hair dryer, interactive TV, and telephone. There are no single cabins onboard.
The Quattro Venti Restaurant can accommodate 714 guests and is open for dinner only. It serves the same menu as L’Edera Restaurant which is one of two main dining rooms. It can seat 720 guests and serves authentic Italian dishes. Oriental Plaza serves up Asian cuisine. MSC Happy Dinner is a menu dedicated for children. These items are served to the table first allowing children to eat right away.
At the La Grotta Azzurra Pool and Le Grand Blue Pool there is a sun lounger area where towel at hand, book and cocktail within easy reach. MSC Aurea Spa offers Turkish Bath, skin-nourishing spa rituals, has sauna, whirlpool, relaxation room, and Spa Gym packed with variety of equipment available for guests. Fitness classes and beauty parlor are also available.
The Kids Club for children ages 3-12. It is managed by entertainment staff on board MSC Magnifica. Children are invited to participate in daily activities such as painting, board games, and group games. On board passenger with children can visit the Childrens Indoor Playroom, Kids Pool, and Underwater Playworld just outside the T32 Disco. Childrens outdoor game area where kids can swim and climb, Teens Club for kids ages 13-17 have their own area to keep busy and entertained. Activities for teens include sports and game tournaments, dance classes, live music and discos. Theres no babysitting offered on MSC Magnifica.
– Cruise Passenger
“…We had our 2 boys (ages 7 and 9) with us, and they loved everything about the trip. The ship was beautiful and very well maintained–if a little “glitzy” for our simple tastes. Our cabin had a very comfortable queen-sized bed, a single-sized pull-out sofa, and a single-sized fold-down bunk…”
– Cruise Critic
“…The waiters, as the cabin staff, were their usual cheerful and friendly personalities, the theatre entertainment was excellent with first class shows both by dance and classical presentations.There was a great range of other musical entertainment in the many bars throughout the ship, and a great variety of other activities to fill the time whilst at sea…”
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