Costa Allegra Cabins

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Why Choose Costa Allegra?

Costa Allegra Cabins

Costa Allegra was constructed during an era when affordable balconies were not yet incorporated into blueprints. Therefore, if you are looking for a cruise experience with a private veranda, book early, as there are only 10 mini-suites available with this feature.

If you are looking to splurge (or are traveling with a larger group), there are three suites available just under the bridge and facing forward of the ship. However, these suites do not have private balconies. The accommodation includes a living room plus two separate bedrooms, and a shared large bathroom complete with a separated bath/Jacuzzi and a shower. Both suites and mini-suites also have butler service.

Standard inside and outside cabins are located on Decks 4, 5 and 6. Outside cabins feature double portholes and an inside area of 146 to 156 square ft. -- considered pretty cozy these days. There are also single cabins available. Staterooms are decorated with cheerful designer fabrics and teak-like furnishings, and have a yacht-like atmosphere. Eight inside cabins accommodate the needs of passengers with disabilities.
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Costa Allegra Cabin Reviews

LakeLes
Member Since 2015
1 review
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Sailed October 2015
Cabins were fine. Very clean!... Read more
Stewart Cusack
2 reviews
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Sailed February 2010
We had two Outside cabins on Deck Four, they were better than we had expected, whilst not as big as some of the newer ships, these were still roomy and clean, it would have been nicer had there been at least one 'easy chair' but for this type of ... Read more
jonad
Member Since 2008
1 review
283 forum posts
Sailed April 2010
Small cabin when beds are together. No bench space. Smallish bathroom. Quiet location. Lots of hanging space and drawers.... Read more
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LakeLes
Member Since 2015
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Do not go if you are expecting any english speaking! They only cater to Italian/Spanish/Portugese/French. Not fun for a Canadian! Food is very european, and it is better at buffet then restaurant. Every night same type of meat! I call ... Read more
jonad
Member Since 2008
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283 forum posts
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Sailed April 2010
This will only be a short review as I've already posted a long one last year on the Costa Allegra. This long repositioning cruise to Italy was our third on the Allegra in 12 months, so we knew what to expect as far as the ship is ... Read more
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John Partington
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Sailed April 2010
We are both retired. I was a Regonal Manager for a multi-natioal company and my wife worked for a Insurance company.We have been on 3 cruises 1 on the Costa Classica. We flew from Manchester with Air France. We Departed at 19.45 to Paris ... Read more
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