Newly updated with sprawling features and facilities, MSC Opera epitomizes sophistication while catering to families. As your kids get lost in a video game at the arcade or have fun in one of the many play areas, you can enjoy a massage at a spa or try your luck at the casino. For an unforgettable evening show, don't miss the modern Teatro Dell’Opera. If you need some downtime with your significant other or want to meet other passengers over a drink, the suave bars and lounges are a haven.
The ship's staterooms are private sanctuaries, complete with great amenities and stellar service. You'll have plenty of space for your family and to store your souvenirs from Walk Through Shops, a newly built shopping area. MSC Cruises wants you to have an incredible journey, and MSC Opera will dazzle your family, from start to finish. Indulge in a holiday planned by a company with years of customer service experience.
The ship's five cabin classes – suite, balcony, oceanview, partial oceanview, and interior – are all spacious and accommodating. Suites provide the most space, with 290 square feet, a balcony, and large wardrobe. Oceanview staterooms offer 139 to 236 square feet, and interiors staterooms are 139 square feet. In need of some pampering? Depending on your room, MSC Opera offers various services, including wellness programs and room service.
Dining & Gastronomy
Le Vele isn't your standard buffet – it's open 20 hours a day, from 6:00 AM to 2:30 AM. Grab a plate to beat those midnight munchies! Additionally, with La Caravella's seven-course dinners, you'll feel spoiled. Each night brings a menu full of delicious regional foods and an extensive wine list. Don't feel like leaving your room? Order room service and enjoy a pizza, salad, or sandwich.
Entertainment and Activities
The two-deck Teatro Dell’Opera will leave you transfixed with its nightly musical and visual performances. After enjoying a show, put on your dancing shoes and head over to Byblos Disco. Stop by MSC Aurea Spa to decompress in the Turkish bath steam room or get pampered at the salon. Your kids and teens will have a riot at the designated play areas, where they'll enjoy games, live music, and dancing.
During the day, the dress code is casual. However, swimwear is prohibited in dining areas, and jeans, T-shirts, and shorts cannot be worn in public areas after 6:00 PM. On typical nights, the code is "country club" casual, with jeans allowed as long as they aren't ripped. Formal nights require your Sunday best – cocktail dresses, jackets, and formal shirts.