Of Costa Fortuna's 1,358 cabins, 522 come with balconies. Sizewise, they run about average -- inside and staterooms with a window are fairly basic, with a queen that converts to twins, one chair, a vanity/desk and a mini-fridge. Standard verandah cabins boast one extra amenity -- the balcony. All of these feature compact bathrooms with shower. This is a ship where, if budget allows, it's a good idea to upgrade to a mini-suite, which features a pull-out couch (same bathroom); even nicer are the suites which have separate seating areas, marble bathrooms with whirlpool baths, and a double-wide balcony.
Our cabins was quite nicely appointed; the decoration is very relaxed and thoughtfully set up. We had a balcony and certainly recommend it.The air-conditioning was not at all aggressive and "out of control", which was a great bonus. All in all, a very comfortable...continue
The room was adequate with enough space to store our luggage and for us to move around. The bed was incredibly comfortable. The one odd thing is that irons are not allowed so you'd have to send out if you wanted your clothes pressed. There is only a generic bath gel in the...continue
9243 was a great inside cabin - big comfy bed , seemed spacious , bathroom was very big and in fact much better than our balcony room bathroom on Royal Caribean on a brilliant floor as the buffet and swimming pools and sunbathing decks where within 1 minutes walk if that !...continue