MSC Cruises is introducing a cabin adorned in 700,000 Swarovski crystals aboard MSC Bellissima, the cruise company’s newest flagship vessel. Partnering again with Swarovski, guests will be dazzled by the one-of-a-kind Crystal Cabin that will be available from mid-November 2019.
Since 2008, the iconic Swarovski staircases have become a stand-out design feature on board eight ships in the MSC fleet and are arguably the most photographed spot on MSC Bellissima. This new collaboration with Swarovski will add a touch of extra sparkle and glamour to the ship through the retrofitted cabin.
The new crystal cabin will be recognisable thanks to a bejeweled number on the outside of the cabin door. Every element has been carefully chosen to add elegant touches and complement the cabin design with 700,000 crystals used to embellish the space including crystallised bedside tables, sideboard and coffee table. The wall sconces have been specially designed to offer stunning lighting throughout the cabin. Even the walls feature a touch of glamour with beautiful coral artwork sparkling with crystals.
In addition to the new cabin and the 96 steps with more than 61,000 Swarovski crystals on board MSC Bellissima, crystal detailed wallpaper has been added to the MSC Yacht Club. And for a final dash of sparkle, a crystallised Active Panel illuminated by custom LED with 500,000 crystals per square metre has been built into the design of the Champagne Bar to add an extra touch of refinement to the sophisticated bar on deck seven.
With 95 exclusive suites located in the prestigious foredecks of the ship and 24-hour butler and concierge service, the MSC Yacht Club area serves as the perfect haven for guests to pamper themselves throughout the cruise.
Guests wishing to stay in the dazzling cabin number 16018 will need to book early to ensure availability but will be pleased to discover that this marvel is available at no extra cost and will match other MSC Yacht Club cabin prices. The cabin will be available from mid-November.
Images supplied are renderings only, based on photos from MSC Meraviglia captured by Cruise Critic.