After Florence and Venice, Steve and I embarked on our East Mediterranean cruise on board MSC Sinfonia. The cruise took us from Venice in Italy to Split in Croatia, Santorini and Mykonos in Greece, Dubrovnik, Ancona and back to Venice.
After a chaotic first day on board MSC Sinfonia, we could enjoy our cabin or stateroom.
Mostly wood or fake wood and beige, the colour scheme of the cabin is sober and calming. A notable feature is the extra bed on the wall. Luckily we didn’t need it. But it’s a practical system.
Two beds for sleeping comfort. The beds were comfortable and we both slept well.
I especially liked the practical desk with many power outlets, European and US.
Other features of the cabin are a minibar, a substantial wardrobe, enough room to store your luggage under the bed or in the wardrobe. We also used the space behind the television.
The bathroom featured a shower, a sink and a toilet. The shower was not very spacious but enough to wash yourself. The water pressure was good. There’s also some storage space.
I love a balcony on a cruise. This balcony featured two low chairs and a low table. I’d have preferred normal chairs and a small, normal height table, so we could enjoy breakfast.
On several occasions we ordered breakfast in the cabin. Your options are limited. You can’t get fruit, juice, meat or cheese. So you can order coffee, tea and hot chocolate, pastries, muffins, yoghurts and cereals.
Not having a proper table is an issue but we stilled enjoyed roomservice breakfast. Although they didn’t always follow our order. Disorgaisation was an issue on this cruise.