The MSC Musica has 1275 cabin spread across 13 passenger decks. Designed to accommodate families with children, there is a dedicated play space for them to keep entertained all day. The interior of the ship is full of wood and marble. The main lobby showcases a water-feature backdrop and a crystal (glass) piano on a small stage creating an illusion of the piano floating on water.
There are five categories of cabins are available on MSC Musica ranging in sizes and perks. Guest can choose from Suite, Balcony, Oceanview, Outside with Partial View and Inside Cabins. All cabins have double bed that can be converted to two single bed, air conditioning, wardrobe closet, TV, WiFi access, telephone, personal safe, minibar, bathroom with tub or shower. There are 17 cabins that are wheelchair accessible.
There are three restaurants on board – L’Oleandro Restaurant, Le Maxim’s Restaurant, and the Kaito Sushi Bar. There are nine bars and lounges the Crystal Lounge which is a cabaret style lounge, II Tuscan Lounge Bar for dining and dancing, L’Enoteca Wine Bar, Gli Archi Cafeteria, The Diamond Bar, The Golden Bar, Havana Club Cigar Room, Laguna Bar, and Bar della Cascata.
MSC Aurea Spa is a whopping 1160 sqm. Guests can find three whirlpool baths, two saunas, two Turkish Baths, a beauty parlor with a hairdresser, solarium relaxation area, Thalassotherapy Baths, fully equipped gym with modern equipment. Spa treatments with lava rocks and aromatherapy are available.
Various venues for children and teens alike can be found onboard. Some of these include a Childrens Indoor Playroom, a Juniors Club, Baby Club, Mini Club dedicated to providing age appropriate play space and activities. Guests on board MSC Musica can take part in watching a movie in a special LED wall.
– Cruise Passenger
“…A highlight for us was the entertainment which was varied and professional.We loved the opera! A particular favourite was the violin and piano duet performed nightly.It was impossible to be bored…”
– Cruise Critic
“…All in all I can only describe the cruise as amazing…”
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