MSC Virtuosa Cruise Ship Balcony Cabin Tour and Review

We have just disembarked the brand new cruise ship MSC Virtuosa and had such an amazing time. We booked a standard bella balcony cabin which is the cheapest way into a MSC Virtuosa balcony cabin on this ship. We were on board for 4 nights on one of the first UK Staycations and felt so privileged to be back cruising again.

We paid £495 each for this MSC Virtuosa balcony cabin which also included an all inclusive drinks package. In this video we give you a tour and our opinion of this type of cabin so you can see if it would be suitable for you.

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