The Norwegian Star is all about your relaxation, so don’t stand on ceremony - jump into the pool, curl up on a deck chair, lounge in a jacuzzi or quaff some great wines from the cellar. With 15 wonderful dining venues, a host of bars, lounges and nightclubs and plenty to do for kids and teens, this is a cruise suited to all ages and tastes.
A cruise that has been consistently well-reviewed, the Norwegian Star was refurbished in 2015 with plenty of elegant, modern touches. All the public areas are graced with tasteful decor, the accommodation is spacious and the staff are friendly and welcoming.
There’s a good range of accommodation on offer for a range of budgets and preferences. From inside cabins to the incredible penthouses and Owner’s Suites with large balconies, butler and concierge service; be prepared for space, comfort, the best facilities and a place to call home-from-home at sea.
Offering two main dining rooms as well as an additional variety of complementary and speciality options, you will be more than satisfied aboard the Norwegian Star. There are flexible mealtimes for families and cafes especially for kids, so families will be well catered for. Go ahead and enjoy a range of French, Brazilian, Italian and Asian cuisines - and don’t forget to swing by the Bake Shop for a sweet treat if you’re feeling peckish, or try a wine tasting at the ship’s reputable wine cellar.
Check out the awe-inspiring Stardust Theatre for a Broadway production in the impressive three-deck auditorium. Or if it’s a boogie you’re after, dance the night away at 70s club Band on The Run, to the likes of Queen and Donna Summer. Feeling cultural? Be seduced by chic, Parisian spectacle Paradis. If you’re in a sentimental mood, grab a Margarita at the 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar and then head to What The World Needs Now, a musical journey celebrating the career of Burt Bacharach.
If you want to find out the true meaning of full-body relaxation, head to the Mandara Spa and indulge in one of the many expert treatments on offer. Will it be a soothing facial, some acupuncture or a turn in the Thalassotherapy Pool for watery weightlessness? Additionally, you could take your dip at the Indoor Lap Pool, which includes not only a jacuzzi but a Thermal Suite, so you can make the most of the sauna and steam room while you’re there. Say goodbye to stress and achy muscles. For those who want to stay fit at sea, sweat it out with daily fitness classes at the Barong Fitness Centre, get your game on with fellow guests at the basketball/volleyball Court, or go for a pre-brekkie run or a leisurely stroll on the jogging/walking track.
Stretch out on the deck next to the Oasis Pool with a good book from the extensive onboard Library. Find the perfect souvenir or a treat for yourself at the Galleria Shops. Engage in some risky business at the Star Club Casino, where there are 158 slot machines on which to try your chances. Or perhaps you (or your kids) would prefer to go gaming at Video Zone, the on board arcade?
There’s Splash Academy and Splash Down Kids’ Pool for your little ones and the Teen Club offers your teenagers the opportunity to hang out and meet each other. So don’t worry, everyone is catered for on board the Norwegian Star. You can have as much family time as you fancy, with plenty of separate relaxation time on the side without your children getting bored.