Balcony Classic (BC): Costa Fascinosa Cabin Reviews

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12 Reviews
Staterooms with an ocean view balcony feature two twin beds that convert to queen-size, large windows with glass doors, a private veranda, private bath with shower, seating area, desk, sofa bed, vanity, and closet space.

Balcony Classic (BC)
Decks: Deck 6
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Balcony Classic Cabin Reviews
Cabin 6447
May 2017
nice,comfortable and big
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Cabin 6378
Jun 2016
Noisy Ship By: ezdb
The cabine staff is very friendly and the cabine are very good cleaned
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Cabin 6270
Aug 2015
Our cabin was more than sufficient for our needs. The double bed (two twins) was fine and the shower/bathroom sufficient. The TV selection was limited but we weren't there to watch TV. We had one North American outlet and one European to charge things. With an inexpensive adapter we had plenty of space. There was plenty of closet space and drawer space. Our balcony was fine for the two of us. It would have been crowded with more people though.
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Cabin 8308
Aug 2015
Excellent, except for those stupid drawer openers.
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Cabin 8383
May 2015
Good - very clean and excellent cabin staff
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Cabin 7374
Feb 2015
Cabin was very clean and well maintained.
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Cabin 8308
Nov 2014
CabinWe had originally booked an outside cabin for two but our daughter was able to join us so we called Costa to add her in our room. As this was a two berth cabin they told us we had to be moved to a cabin for three. Much to our delight this new cabin turned out to be a balcony cabin on deck eight. A decent size cabin with enough space for clothing, and space under the bed for the cases,a safe and a good sized bathroom with shower, no bath. There was a fridge, but this was locked so could not be used for drinks brought back to the cabin from the bars. There were no tea or coffee making facilities in the room which would have been useful given the limitations on drinks stations in the buffet mentioned elsewhere.The cabin was very conveniently placed between the fore and mid ships lifts and one floor below the buffet on deck 9. We did get some noise in the mornings from people moving chairs about on the deck above but this was not really too much of a problem.The third bed was made up on the settee so it was not necessary for one of us to have to clamber up on to a pull down pullman type bed as is often the case in three or four berth cabins on some cruise ships. The TV set had multi language channels including BBC world service so we were able to keep up with daily events at home and abroad.
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Cabin 6380
Sep 2014
We took a room with a balcony which proved to be the best choice when cruising in scenic places like the Greek Isles, Dubrovnik and Venice. We were able to enjoy views from the luxury of the cabin while getting ready in the morning etc. Maybe not a must for all cruises , but I must say having daylight, fresh air and a view is worth the extra expense. The room was more than adequate, even for three people. No complaints whatsoever. Bed was comfortable, TV had a few English channels, the interactive services worked well. Our room was nicely positioned closer to the rear which was appropriate for dining and the adult pool area.
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