The MSC Bellissima takes innovative cruising to the next level with state-of-the-art technology throughout the ship. The central promenade features a 5,100 square foot LED screen ceiling that allows guests to enjoy an atmospheric digital sky as they stroll through boutiques, restaurants, and lounges. Fitness buffs can visit the Technogym, which is equipped with the latest cardio and strength-training machines. Those looking for a little extra speed at sea can try the Formula 1 virtual-reality racing cars and compete head-to-head with another racer. The Carousel Lounge is a technology-packed entertainment and dining venue designed especially to meet the needs of Cirque du Soleil, which has formed an exclusive partnership with MSC. Guests on the MSC Bellissima will have the opportunity to see two original Cirque du Soleil shows each sailing. The ship’s TV Studio & Bar is a high-tech, multi-purpose space that houses a radio broadcast suite and TV studio that broadcast throughout the ship. The MSC Bellissima boasts 20 bars and 10 restaurants, which offer only the finest cuisine and service. The pool areas, such as the Polar Aquapark and Atmosphere Pool, give guests some of the most plentiful poolside space at sea, while the Aurea Spa is the perfect spot to relax and be pampered. Guests can choose from a wide variety of elegant accommodations, including MSC’s exclusive MSC Yacht Club suites, family options, duplex suites with a private whirlpool tub, and the highest ratio of sea-view balcony staterooms of any cruise ship.
MSC Cruises will automatically add $8.00-$12.50 per day, per guest to your onboard account (depending on the region and the length of the cruise). These amounts cannot be adjusted onboard. A 15% tip is added to all beverage orders. The service charge for children between the ages of 2 and 11 will be 50% less than adult fees, and no charge is added for children under the age of 2.