Costa Fascinosa Review

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  • Large, plentiful dance floors throughout the ship
  • Smaller cabins dedicated to single travelers
  • Two of four pools feature retractable roofs

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Costa Fascinosa Overview

The 114,500-ton, 3,000-passenger Costa Fascinosa features now-signature Concordia-class elements, such as the Asian-themed Samsara Spa (with associated restaurant), a pool area with giant movie screen and sliding glass roof, and a Grand Prix driving simulator. For a full review of sister ship Costa Serena, click here.

Fascinosa, which was designed by cruising's most well-known architect, Joe Farcus, distinguishes itself in its design. Farcus' theme is "things that fascinate." Quoting a Costa press release, this means "celebrities, movie stars and exotic places synonymous with allure and seduction."

If that doesn't narrow it down, try this: a "Gone With the Wind"-themed lido area. Specific design touches (the burnt-out shell of Tara?) haven't been revealed, but the space will feature raised whirlpool tubs and waterfalls. Inside, the Millionaire Casino is named after the Italian title of the Oscar-winning "Slumdog Millionaire."


Costa Fascinosa Member Reviews 35 Reviews
   Let me set the record straight.....
August 2014

I booked a cruise on the Costa Fascinosa for my wife and I, and our 12 year old son. This was our first cruise as a family.

I made the booking late in 2013 for a departure in August 2014. My travel agent in South Africa recommended the ...continue


We just got off the Costa Fascinosa on August 25th, after spending a great week with a Kosherica tour.

The Boat

The Fascinosa is a large cruise ship, very new and it shows. There are no signs of wear or tear, and everything is ...continue


I sailed on the Costa Fascinosa for seven nights in a party of eight, and thought it was a wonderful experience. Our embarkation point was Venice, and everything ran very smoothly - yes, it does take quite a bit of time to board, but I think ...continue


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