The most interesting detail about the passenger cabins on Lirica is that all are located above the ship's mid-level public rooms. Otherwise, they are average in size and contain no major surprises, decor- or layout-wise.
Of the 780 cabins, 64 percent offer outside views, but only 132 have balconies. All balcony cabins are actually mini-suites. Every cabin is equipped with a safe, a television (there are no interactive features) and a fridge. The mini-suites have larger bathrooms with a bathtub. One down-note: we were rather appalled at how badly-soundproofed cabins are (perhaps our neighbors were unusually rambunctious, but still...).
We paid extra for the Aurea Suite which was the same standard balcony room offered on newer MSC ships. The cabin was comfortable. Our toilet stopped working and we had to use a public toilet toward the end of the cruise....