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.
The cabin was a good size. There was plenty of drawer and wardrobe space. The en-suite, although compact, was not cramped. The TV was not flat screen and there was only one English-speaking channel, which had very poor reception. There was a mini bar (charge), safe, hair...continue
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