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60% of cruisers loved it
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  • Smaller ship can steer into ports that large ships can't visit
  • Private yacht-style ambiance with personal, attentive, authentic service
  • All-suite, standard staterooms are a spacious 277 feet

Star Pride Cabins

All 106 staterooms are suites with ocean views and have been redone with a warm, contemporary tone of blues, beiges and gold. Sixty-four standard suites have picture windows. Thirty-six standard suites have French-style balconies, which means that you can open a glass door and step outside approximately one foot, which may be nice for early morning fresh air as the ship pulls into a port, but not for sitting.

The standard suites, at 277 square feet, feature a sleeping area and a sitting area. Their spaciousness will especially delight alumni of Windstar's sailing vessels where cabins are much smaller and don't have balconies of any sort. The queen-size bed (which can be split into two twin beds in most staterooms) is fitted with a new wall-mounted leather headboard, top padding, Egyptian cotton linens, a deluxe duvet and accent pillows. There is a bendable reading light on each side of the bed. New drapery window treatments completely block outdoor light for dark-room slumber. Underfoot is soft, plush carpeting.

Standard suites also contain two curved-arm upholstered chairs; in all, the sitting area easily accommodates four people. Fresh fruit and flowers are replenished regularly on the coffee table, which can be raised and used for in-room dining.

The light-tone wood vanity with granite top, located near the foot of the bed, offers ample counterspace and deep storage drawers in rounded-corner cabinetry. Above is a mounted mirror; a free-standing, round makeup mirror with a magnification side is also available. The new artwork in the suites, as well as throughout the ship, reflects the company's nautical heritage; our favorites are paintings of colorful fishing boats.

In a nook area is a flat-screen TV with DVD player. Several channels are accessible, such as CNN, BBC, and MSNBC, as well as one for shore excursions. A stocked minibar (at extra cost), a cabinet with glassware (wine goblets, tall and short bar glasses), and an iPod dock with Bose SoundDock speakers encourage entertaining in-suite. Two direct-dial telephones are available. Outlets are 110/220V.

The walk-in closet has two perpendicular hanging rods, one a tad taller to accommodate long dresses. Easy-access wooden hangers (not those annoying attached ones), come in two sizes: standard and oversized for coats.

In the back of the closet, a narrow bureau has four drawers, atop which there is a safe (you program a personal code), though it is not large enough to fit a laptop. The closet also is fitted with a handful of corner shelves -- storage aplenty to satisfy even a clotheshorse. A shoe brush hangs on the wall. There are slippers and two full-length waffle-weave bathrobes.

The bathroom floor and walls are covered with lovely white marble. Double sinks with generous bowls are positioned on a wide sinktop; there is room for two people to move around closely yet comfortably. Glass shelves flank the large mirror. A container holds cotton balls and cotton-tip swabs, and toiletries are L'Occitane products: bar soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower cream, shower cap, and body lotion. A full-size curtained bathtub has a hand-held showerhead that can be adjusted for height. . I was pleased that the water flow was strong and quickly got hot. Thick white towels are a luxury. A hair dryer is located in the desk drawer.

Four Owner's Suites range from 530 to 575 square feet, with a private forward-facing veranda with two lounge chairs, a separate living room and small dining room, which is especially nice for room-service dinners. Renamed Destination Suites, they harbor themed artwork and books that reflect Windstar's special destinations, such as Bora Bora. The two 400-square-foot Classic Suites also offer a forward-facing private veranda.

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Star Pride Cabin Reviews

Cabin 110 ecurblebo
12/99
Cabin 03 regroy
12/99
This is the best cabin on the ship! We loved the fact that we could sit on our private balcony and watch the sunset and the stars at night while enjoying a nice glass of wine. The room is very spacious, and many evening we opted to have our dinner ... Read more
Cabin 113 geoffstravels
12/99
The cabin was a good size although a bit of a squeeze between the bed and desk area if the seat was in use. The Queen size bed was comfortable and the linen good quality and smelt fresh. Cosmetics, mini bar and water were regularly checked and ... Read more
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Star Pride Ratings

Editor Rating 4.5 Member Rating
Category
Editor
Member
Dining
4.0
4.3
Public Rooms
4.0
4.1
Cabins
5.0
4.2
Entertainment
4.0
3.2
Spa & Fitness
4.0
3.7
Family & Children
1.0
Shore Excursions
4.0
3.7
Enrichment
3.0
3.2
Service
5.0
4.4
Value-for-Money
5.0
3.7

Sailing From

Athens (Lavrion) Athens (Piraeus) Dubai Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Hong Kong Istanbul Piraeus Singapore

Cruises To

Asia Europe - All Greece Mediterranean

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Ship Stats
Crew:
137
Launched:
2014
Decks:
6
Tonnage:
9,975
Passengers:
212
Registry:
Bahamas
CDC Score:
Not Yet Inspected

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