In addition to the standard Interior, Ocean View, Balcony, and Suite categories, the MSC Grandiosa has a high proportion of single and family staterooms for the utmost flexibility on your voyage. Back again is also the popular MSC Yacht Club, the “ship within a ship” luxury experience that comes with extra benefits and access to exclusive parts of the ship. Interior staterooms start at a comfortable 172 square feet, and guests can customize their stay by choosing either the Bella Experience, which is the most economic option and comes with fixed-time dining, or the Fantastica Experience, which offers more flexibility and extra services. Guests in higher-category staterooms can also upgrade to the Aurea Experience, which comes with exclusive spa benefits, an inclusive beverage package, flexible dining, and more. Whatever your group size or your budget, there’s an MSC option for you.
Dining & Gastronomy
There are dining options to suit every preference onboard the MSC Grandiosa. While the main restaurant focuses on fresh Mediterranean cuisine, you’ll also find Italian, Steakhouse, and Asian dining options onboard. Back is the popular Teppanyaki Restaurant & Sushi Bar, a Japanese steakhouse where guests are treated to live Hibachi-style cooking performances while they wait. A variety of elegant bars and lounges provide the perfect place for sipping champagne or socializing with other guests, and at night, the dance floor at the Attic Club heats up with late-night revelers dancing to the latest Euro-beats.
Entertainment and Activities
The MSC Grandiosa is an action-packed ship with exciting onboard activities for cruisers of all ages. The highlight of the ship’s entertainment is not one but two nightly Cirque du Soleil shows, unique to the ship and custom-choreographed for the ship’s theater, the Carousel Lounge. This innovative performance space combines circus and cabaret elements for a unique entertainment experience, including state-of-the-art surround sound and a huge LED screen as the backdrop of the stage.
The exciting Polar Aquapark and “Himalayan Bridge” high ropes course are sure to keep the adrenaline junkies busy on their cruise, in addition to providing the best vertigo-inducing views over the water. Socialites may prefer to spend their time in the TV Studio & Bar, a multipurpose space that houses karaoke, contests, and game shows to broadcast across the ship. Kids can go head-to-head on two Formula 1 racing simulators, or chill out at one of two teen clubs, which offer age-appropriate movies and games, and turn into a small disco at night. And the expansive Aurea Spa offers a wide range of beauty and wellness treatments, ranging from traditional Balinese massages and wraps to high-tech anti-aging treatments. There is even a range of spa treatments suitable for passengers as young as 13.
A resort-casual dress code prevails on the MSC Grandiosa. Guests should pack at least one semiformal outfit if they plan to eat in one of the ship’s sit-down restaurants, but otherwise, shorts and sandals are fine. Keep in mind that swimwear is only allowed in the pool areas.