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
We love being on the first level, very gentle rocking, silent. Because we have been on multiple cruises with Windstar we have been offered upgrades we always refuse because we love that level. The cabins have more than enough storage, wonderful hot water and water pressure ( my priority ), great mattresses, very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
We were pleasantly surprised at the size and storage space. We knew that we’d only have portholes due to no balconies on ship. Fun seeing waves splash over them occasionally. Really missed balcony though. Read entire member review >>
Standard cabin slightly forward
Bed was lumpy. Pillows flat,...had to request new linens
Good storage with 2 closets
Carpeting worn Read entire member review >>
1st Floor with large port holes, so you will be seeing water coming up and over windows at times. Comfortable room with all amenities you would need'
(2 110AC outlets)
Mid ship and there were no issues with noise.
Smaller ship so it does have movement Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 107 – deck one aft beside the stairwell and elevator. We had no issues with our room, it was a good size, the steward kept it made up and clean and provided everything we asked for. We have booked it already for next December. Read entire member review >>
Excellent! 188 sq feet, nicely decorated. Please to see that L'Occitane toiletries are still the norm. Cabin steward was very good, just not as "ever present" as some we have previously had. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was kept clean, plenty of towels and shampoo etc. Two port holes, but then no matter which deck you were on the cabin was the same size. Good selection of TV stations, so that I could listen to BBC World! A big bonus for me.
Hairdryer was not great...as it blew only cool to slightly warm air. Shame! Read entire member review >>
All the WS cabins are similar. Suites consist of two adjacent cabins, with one set up as a sitting area. The cabins have been updated over the past few years, and they are well maintained. The baths are well done, efficiently using a small space. Showers are particularly nice, although they might present a challenge for a "passenger of size." Closets are adequate and beds are comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Standard cruise cabin. more than enough storage space. Other than first night in cabin 122.
I think the noise was from the stabilizers moving back and forth as we sailed. The model of the ship in the public space shows we were right above them. So I agree that it was a normal noise. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was on the lower deck, midship. We barely felt the motion of the ship, and it was such a quiet area that we were able to sleep blissfully each night. We enjoyed hearing the sound of the water lapping against our porthole, lulling us to sleep. The beds were the most comfortable we’ve ever slept in (we have high-end mattresses at home and would happily trade them for the Windsurf mattresses in our stateroom). The shower was great, good water pressure and several choices of showerheads. Our stateroom was small, but we never felt crowded. The young man who did our stateroom housekeeping was friendly and efficient, so that we could always count on a clean and pleasant environment. Room service for meals was also excellent. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom 236 was updated a number of years ago. The room is spacious with many built-in features for entertainment and storage. There are extra overhead bins for storage and the bed is raised to allow all your luggage to be stowed away nicely. The bed is queen size (Canada/USA standard) and the support under the mattress is uncomfortable, much like sleeping on a cot or pullout couch. The pillows and comforter are very nice. The heating/air conditioning in the room works very well. We traveled in hot sunny weather and the room remained nice and cool at all times. There are no balconies in the state rooms, just 2 small round window ports, which are very rough, rusted, and fogged up (installed 26 years ago), with nice curtains to hide them. The washroom is traditionally sized (tight) with single sink, rounded toilet cubical, rounded shower cubical with curtain and great water temperature and pressure. The overall condition of the rooms is good, with obviously visible signs of aging (loose pot lights, delaminating shelving, broken & scratched furniture). Once again, we used this ship as a water taxi from port to port, so we didn't spend much time in the room other than to sleep and get ready for the day. For that purpose it was plenty comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 212, Wind SurfAlthough only 188 sq feet, it was well organized and had a lot of storage places. The bathroom was small but not cramped. We had 2 portholes - as did all of the cabins on this ship. No one had a balcony. No one had an inside cabin. The location was quiet - near the SPA, but I never noticed the traffic to the SPA. I never heard noises from any other cabins. Staff was good at making up the room daily, and turning our bed down at night. It was nice to get little chocolate hearts as we headed off to bed on our nightstand. It was a great cabin, great experience. Read entire member review >>
A bit of valuable homework before we went uncovered the fact that there's a handful of B cabins on deck 3 in between the suites. Before we booked I made a specific request for one and got one. The location of it was great. Right at the back of the ship with 1 flight of stairs through a rear door to the pool area (where we spent a lot of time). Lovely big bed, great storage options, nice bathroom, very tastefully decorated and well kept by the staff on board. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin #132, it was on the bottom floor ( there are only 3 floors with cabins), center ship. We think it is spacious, we love the little rocking of the ship for sleeping. This floor and being mid-ship has the least movement. Plenty of storage,, a nice desk, flat screen TV, BOSE iPod dock ( they furnish the iPod ) nice bathroom, great water pressure ( the most important thing in a bathroom for me ). It is a sailing ship's bath but very comfortable, lots of storage. Read entire member review >>
Just above the water line - which we loved. Not all may love it. Very spacious for a cruise stateroom, desk, flat screen tv, iPod dock, plenty of storage room. Bed was REALLY COMFORTABLE!! Extremely quiet, too. Beware of the blackout curtains - they will force you to sleep in! Read entire member review >>
We had an outside cabin on the lowest deck which is a plus on this ship since the view at sea level is very interesting and very hard to get on other ships ! Even if the ship in 20 years old the cabin does not look this age and the decoration is very modern .
The bed was very comfortable and two different types of pillows were provided ! It is very easy to circulate in the cabin and the temperature is also easy to adjust ! The TV is flat screen but choice of stations is limited ! There is an i.pod sound system in every cabin and it is of good quality once one learn how to use it !
A lot of storage space and the layout of the bathroom is efficient ! The only negative point is the noise coming out of the acclimatization system !
Overall one of the best cabins we have had so far ! Read entire member review >>
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