MSC Armonia Review

Geared toward Italian/European cruisers, poor entertainment

Review for the Eastern Mediterranean Cruise on MSC Armonia
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6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2022
Cabin: Junior Balcony

Pros: Low price/good value, most staff, especially cabin steward and bar staff, itinerary.

Cons: Entertainment was poor, buffet food was poor and very odd choices, customer service staff. Entire cruise geared toward Europeans.

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Junior Balcony

cabins on this ship are very small. We had 2 balcony cabins, and there was just enough room for the bed after the little hallway from the door before you hit the balcony doors- much smaller than comparable cabins on other ships (even older ones like the Carnival Fantasy class)- there is no sitting chair or small couch with table. As we had balconies, it was ok, but otherwise would be so small as to spend no time at all in the cabin.

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