Dubbed the “Queen of the Mediterranean” and named after the Italian word for tiara, Costa Diadema lives up to that name and more. Thousands of artworks by well known and up and coming artists center on the theme of royalty, pulling inspiration from contemporary pop culture and traditional Italian Renaissance art. Fantastic hospitality, excellent cuisine and a wealth of entertainment will all showcase the best of Italy on board. Several restaurants offer diverse cuisine so there’s always a wide range for every taste. The Terrace is over 1,600 feet long and is lined with bars and restaurants. The Samsara Spa spreads across four whole levels and encompasses spa suites, a solarium, a Turkish bath and thalassotherapy pool, treatment rooms, a sauna and a fully equipped gym. Excitement waits around every corner with the three level theater, the country rock club, the 4D cinema, an expansive casino, a library and even a separate club and pool just for children. On Europe sailings that depart May through October and Caribbean sailings that depart December through March, Costa requires that at least one passenger in each cabin be 25 or older.
$12.50 per guest, per day for cruises departing from the U.S. or Far East; €10 per guest, per day for cruises not departing from the U.S.; €10 per guest, per day for world cruises. All charges are automatically added to your onboard account. 15% tip included on beverage orders. The service fee for children between the ages 4 and 14 will be 50% less; no service fee for children under the age of 4. All service fees are mandatory and cannot be altered.