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Costa Deliziosa Review

3.0 / 5.0
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165 reviews

Good staff, food and entertainment. Be careful with pricing and mediocre website

Review for Costa Deliziosa to Transatlantic
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moneyman48
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2019
Cabin: Mini Suite with Balcony

Costa -Deliziosa

Our 11-day cruise (February 21, 2019) generally was made most enjoyable by the crew. Very helpful, pleasant & happy to serve you. Everybody spoke English as well as two or three other languages as well, so there was always someone to help you as needed. This was a very International passenger list as the 11 days thru the Western Caribbean was the intro trip to the repositioning of the ship to Italy after we disembarked in Fort Lauderdale. Of the 2,800 passengers, 800 disembarked in Ft. Lauderdale with the other 2000 + passengers remaining on board continuing on to Italy via the Eastern Caribbean Islands.

My constructive criticism first comes on the Costa website that is a disaster, probably built years ago for the Costa management but not the passenger. Costa is now owned under the Carnival Line ownership umbrella but you would never know it. Costa does not even acknowledge you as a previous passenger of Carnival, no points, rewards everything is about Costa.

Cabin Review

Mini Suite with Balcony

Cabin MS

Excellent service & very clean. Cabin assistant Joybeck most accommodating. Only one electric plug in our cabin to charge the computer and smartphones with 120v

All the other plugs were for European voltage. Bring adapters they will be very helpful.

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