MSC Seaside has a unique design, blending outdoor and indoor areas to connect travelers with the sea. The unique seafront promenade on deck 8 is lined with restaurants, bars, pools and shopping. Spectacular ocean views can be had from the two-deck glass-walled atrium and panoramic elevators.
Guest can enjoy first class dining onboard. Chef Roy Yamaguchi has created his first restaurant at sea that includes a sushi bar, a teppanyaki grill, and an Asian fusion restaurant. The ship's free dining is limited to the two main dining rooms and two buffets only. Other dining options consist of four alternative eateries -- Asian Market Kitchen, Butcher's Cut steakhouse, Ocean Cay seafood and French bistro Bistrot La Boheme. Each has prix fixe menus and a larger menu with a la carte items.
Adventure lovers will find the longest Zipline at sea and guests can experience a formula 1 racing simulator.
What makes this ship unique?
The MSC Yacht Club is an upper-tier suite category. Guest staying there have use of a private pool and hot tubs, a lounge serving snacks throughout the day, and private dining room for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This is an wonderful place to get away from the crowds on one the biggest ships in the world.
The Swarovski Staircases have guests lining up for pictures day and night. Ths spectacular staircase sparkles and is just beautiful!
Chocolate lovers will really enjoy The Venchi Shops. The Italian chocolatier Venchi has two shops onboard: a gelato shop located near the South Beach Pool, and a full chocolate shop.
Adults and kids will love the 5-D Theater. For a fee you can shoot aliens, werewolves and zombies a fantasy thrill ride.
Who it’s best for?
This ship is perfect for families of all ages. They provide great activities for toddlers, tweens, and teens with a jungle-themed water park and kids clubs for all ages. There are also several pools, bowling lanes, kid-friendly foods, and an arcade.