Queen-size bed (converts to two twin beds); Sitting area; Private bathroom with shower; Vanity; Closed-circuit LCD TV; DVD/CD player; Bose SoundDock speakers; Personal safe; Refrigerator; Mini-bar; Hair dryer; International direct-dial phone; Wireless internet; Cell-phone service; Magnifying mirrors; Euro-Top mattresses; Luxury bedding; Egyptian cotton towels; Plush robes; Slippers; One standard U.S. 110 V and one European 220 V electric outlet 60 Hz AC; Toiletries by L'Occitane; Fresh fruit and flowers
Cabin is similar the cabin on Club med 2 , it is well designed in a marine spirit for storage in the bath room and the wardrobe, the finitions are good , easy to use with plenty of space to store the luggages and dressings.
On deck one the waves of sea water reached the Windows , from time to time it may be surprising for the first time cruisers but it is normal.
One critic would be the noise of the cabin doors lockers and the limited range of temperatures on the air con no shut off. Read entire member review >>
Carpet dirty - mattress not comfortable. No pillow top just a very plain mattress. Good storage. Bathroom was typical for a cruise ship. We asked them to remove one of the chairs so we could have more room. Everything in the room worked. Read entire member review >>
It was a most ordinary event. Not worth the 1/3 extra cost over a traditional riverboat cruise. There was no place to sit except the desk chair. The television never worked. Read entire member review >>
One thing that I did learn on this cruise is where your stateroom is located. We ended up right next to the gangplank when we were anchored so heard the early morning tenders coming and going. Then when we were docked we were across from the gangplank used then. Since we like to sleep in ----- wasn't happening. Read entire member review >>
It's amazing how comfortably you can spend a week in a cabin only 188 sf in size. Plenty of room for our belongings, a small desk area, and nice sized bathroom. Made us wonder who designed such a well planned space. Read entire member review >>
Squeaky clean and comfortable. Bathrobe and slippers, hair dryer and fresh fruit in the room every day. Laundry service is also available. Stewards are attentive and amazing. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was on the bottom deck (lowest near the water line) Deck 1 and was clean.The cabins appeared to have been recently remodeled and were very well appointed - like staying in a 5 star hotel; wood trim, granite counters in the bath and on the desk. Read entire member review >>
Nice, airy, crisp sheets, clean bathroom, enough room. Near the cabin door is a high shelf where I used to put stuff - I left my keys there and I had to call Windstar after returning to the US to get them back - but they sent them! Good job WIndstar! Read entire member review >>
The cabins are well designed with plenty of storage space, but the light colored carpets showed stains - so badly - that we asked the Cabin Steward to have them cleaned, which he promptly did. Read entire member review >>
While small, the room was efficient, with plenty of storage, more so than on larger ships in larger rooms. The bedding however was horrendous, frayed and threadbare, the bed was easily the most uncomfortable we've experienced on a ship. The carpeting in the room was stained, the shower curtain filthy, and the porthole disgusting. The wallpaper pealing at the seams. A premium room experience I think not. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 332 located on the on the suite deck. All cabins are outside and the same, except for the suites which are essentially 2 rooms. As it is a sailing yacht (largest in the world) the rooms have portholes. The rooms are lovely, with luxurious appointments. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 231 is the standard Windsurf cabin. Very comfortable bed and linens. Old-fashioned portholes with no balconies available. LEvel 2 is find, if you are in the middle of the ship. Don't accept a cabin near the front, back or near an elevator. Amenities are good, as is the cabin service. Really unnecessary to pay more for the same cabin in a different location. With the exception of a handful of double rooms (which are called suites), I'm not sure it's worth the money. Read entire member review >>
119 was well located. It was just a few rooms from the elevator and stairs. It was only one level below the gangway and sports deck.
There was some unwelcome vibration at times from the portholes but overall it was quiet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 132 on the "cheap floor" was more than adequate. Spacious and very comfortable with a nice bathroom for a ship. Plenty of closet and storage space. 2 little safes. Quiet, once inside we could hear nothing but the Mediterranean. Great view of the water most of the time, above that is. Read entire member review >>
Amazing use of space! No balconies on any of the Windstar ships. Very comfortable beds and bathrooms. Great Shower. TV could be better. Only 4 movie channels. No CNN or BBS. Read entire member review >>
Well laid out with plenty of storage. The bathroom was particularly efficient with lots of storage and a generous sized shower. The only word of caution I would offer is that one of the gangways is right by the cabin. This was used in Barbados and believe me we knew when they pulled it up to sail at midnight! Other than that, it was not an issue. Read entire member review >>
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