MSC Meraviglia offers many exciting features. With the ability to accommodate 5,700 passengers, Meraviglia boasts an array of phenomenal facilities that will keep everyone entertained throughout their entire journey. Perfect for families and couples, Meraviglia has ‘cluster cabins’, designed to interlink and allow up to three cabins to be opened up to accommodate larger family groups.
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Onboard MSC Meraviglia young cruisers aged 3-11 years will love The LEGO Experience onboard with a fantastic range of LEGO bricks and themed activities. Babies can enjoy a larger Chicco area featuring the Mini Club, MSC Babycare and Chicco toys and, not forgetting the teens, there are two teen clubs (ages 12-14 and 15-17), boasting a cinema, gaming room and disco.
Dip into one of the many swimming pools onboard MSC Meraviglia or catch some sun poolside in a comfy lounger while sipping on your favourite cocktail.
Treat your taste buds on an MSC Meraviglia cruise and enjoy traditional Mediterranean classics alongside many international favourites. Dine in style in Meraviglia's main restaurant, or treat the family with a night out to a specialty venue.
There is lots to see and do during a sea day onboard MSC Meraviglia, with innovative venues including the Carousel Lounge, multi-purpose karaoke bar and even a TV studio. In addition, the ship's super two-storey amusement park features games and a huge open-air Aqua Park.
The bars and lounges onboard MSC Meraviglia provide a wealth of opportunity for you to relax in or have a lively evening dancing the night away. Whatever you fancy, you will find onboard.
It was much better than expected
The design of the ship, in particular the buffet and main bar areas made the ship feel very crowded. The food was average. Often the tea and coffee in buffet was cold. Some of the staff were curt. The shows were average. There was a lack of differeng places to eat and drink that were included in the cost of thd cruise. The cost of the speciality restaurant packages was very high. It felt as though MSC just wanted to make money from both the onboard services and by packing on as mang people as pissible with no thought for ghd communal areas. The cabin was kept cleanband tidy. The housekeeping staff were friendly and helpful.
Worst cruise in 11 we have had! Made to wait for 3 hours in New York in the cold to board without any apology or explanation. Only ate in the restaurant for 2 nights as food was inedible. Completely ruined my wife's 50th birthday as a large part of cruising for us (and what you pay for!) is getting dressed up for the evening and going to a lovely meal. We had a missed port due to the fact that MSC failed to ensure staff at New York could deal with large number of passengers and luggage, which was the stop my wife was most looking forward too. Delays also meant we missed the second day in Quebec as were forced to leave Quebec at 1am so staff at New York had enough time to disembark passengers. This meant we missed daylight sailing up the St Lawrence river, which was a big reason why we chose the cruise. We were charged 15 % on every drink we ordered even though we sat and ordered at the bar ! What company charges you for taking your money ! We had 1 show and 1 excursion we pre-ordered and paid for, changed. Despite hitting very rough weather TWICE during the 10 days, during which lots of passengers were ill (including my wife) the captain only addressed the passengers the second time it happened to inform us how long it was going to last etc. This was a horrendous holiday and we will never cruise with MSC again. The fact that this was my wife's special 50th birthday celebration and the places she had wanted to see as a child, and was so excited about for the 18 months prior to us booking it, made it even worse. Never again.
Very tiny cabin. Had to walk like a crab between the bed and the wall. Television in wrong place. No sofa. No mirror for styling hair. Hairdryer in a drawer where there was no mirror in front of you. Had to use my tiny travel mirror. Ridiculous. No chairs to sit on. Cabin was so small, think a rabbit would have a bigger hutch than this. Very disappointed. Transfers to and from the ship were absolutely chaotic. Disembarking with 5700 people, all trying to get taxis etc was very stressful. Ours were booked taxis but they had no names up in the cars so no-one knew which one was theirs. Never do it again. Absolute shambles.