Interior staterooms on the MSC Orchestra range in size from 140 to 216 square feet, while Oceanview staterooms are between 173 and 183 square feet. Balcony rooms vary from 173 to 420 square feet, while luxurious suites offer 334 square feet. All rooms are tastefully finished and feature all the amenities you may wish for a comfortable stay. As an extra special touch, each stateroom has a particular "Experience" package that can be combined with it, including the spa-focused "Aurea Experience", and the family-oriented "Fantastica Experience".
Dining & Gastronomy
Dine on sumptuous cuisine while cruising on the MSC Orchestra, enjoying everything from mouth-watering Chinese specialties at the Shanghai Chinese restaurant, to authentic Italian pizza at La Piazzetta. Villa Borghese offers an eclectic menu of delicious dishes, while traditional Italian cuisine can be savored alongside American and vegetarian favorites at L'lbiscus.
Entertainment and Activities
The chic Savannah Bar is the perfect place to enjoy live music while sipping on gourmet cocktails. Alternatively, try your luck in the Palm Beach Casino or catch a dazzling show at the Covent Garden Theatre. To unwind in style head straight to the Aurea Spa, where you'll find jacuzzis, a sauna, a beauty salon and much more. Children can have their share of fun too at the Jungle Adventure playroom, while teenagers have their own action-packed Teen's Club.
Guests can wear casual clothing until 6:00 p.m., after which shorts, t-shirts, jeans or walking barefoot is not permitted in the public areas of the ship. On formal evenings, men are invited to wear a coat and tie or a suit, while women should wear a cocktail dress or evening gown. Though most of the eateries on board have a smart casual dress code, L'lbiscus and Villa Borghese ask men to wear tuxedos or suits and ties, and women to wear dresses during formal evenings.