Norwegian Cruise Line are famous for their fun packed ships, and Norwegian Star is no exception, with exciting voyages for all the family. Offering a fantastic array of dining options, onboard entertainment, activities and accommodation, there is truly something for all kinds of cruisers. With itineraries covering Europe, The Caribbean and transatlantic crossings, you’ll be able to travel the world in comfort and style with Norwegian Star, but if you're looking for the easiest way to start your holiday, there's even the option for no fly cruises. Forget the hassle of airports and long flights, and start your sooner with sailings departing from Southampton.
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Norwegian Star offers a whole host of complimentary dining, including two main dining rooms plus on-the-go choices, casual cafes and grills.
Menus change daily in the main dining room, Aqua, so you can eat here every night and never be lost for choice. The second main dining room is Versailles and is reminiscent of the famed Palaces of Versailles in Paris. Offering both contemporary and traditional dishes, this main restaurant will always leave you wanting to come back again and again.
Enjoy freshly-prepared noodles, authentic soups and wok-fried dishes at Ginza Asian Restaurant or Irish pub classics at O'Sheehan's. The indoor Garden Cafe offers an immense selection of international and family-friendly options. Alternatively, head to the Topsiders Bar & Grill, a casual spot offering burgers, hot dogs, and the like, as well as al fresco seating if weather permits!
Widen your palate further and choose from one of the speciality restaurants onboard for a surcharge:
Onboard Norwegian Star it's showtime all the time. Transporting you to one of the hottest clubs of the 70's, spend your evening in 'Band on the Run', for an exciting mix of soaring melodies and disco sounds to sing along to. Alternatively, tune in to 'Paradis', a visual feast for all of the senses that will give you a glimpse into Parisian culture. This mysterious, urban show is not to be missed. And finally, we have 'What the World Needs Now', another musical production celebrating the songs of Burt Bacharach.
If you’d prefer to simply grab a drink, there are a number of bars to check out. For a sophisticated tipple, you'll love Gatsby's Champagne Bar offering a premium selection of drinks and caviar, or head to Sugar Cane Mojito Bar for some refreshing cocktails. The Sky High Bar is another innovative spot, located outside and serving some tasty, refreshing frozen drinks.
There's also Star Club Casino Bar so if you're feeling lucky, try your hand at Roulette, Blackjack and other slot machines and table games here. For an even livelier evening head to the Bliss Ultra Lounge, which features a full dance floor that will keep your feet moving well into the night.
Kids will jump at the chance to play in Splash Down Kid's pool, which features slides and a hot tub. They'll also find lots of fun at Splash Academy which provides arts and crafts, creative theme days and active games for 3 to 12 year olds, while teens have their own hang out area where no adults are allowed! During the day they can play air hockey and table football while in the evenings the club turns into a disco where they can meet new friends. The Video Zone is sure to keep anyone amused, where you can race cars and fly jets (simulations of course) and is a great place to get the family back together again.
There are plenty of opportunities to keep up with your exercise regime onboard Norwegian Star. Why not rack up some laps at the indoor lap pool, throw some hoops in the basketball/volleyball court, or take a walk or jog on the running track. Pulse Fitness Centre is also open long hours and offers a gym and exercise classes daily, perfect for anyone looking for a more serious workout.
After a busy day, find your bliss at Mandara Spa for treatments aimed at rejuvenating the body and soul or spend the day in the Spa Thermal Suite for total wellbeing. From the thalassotherapy pool to the steam room, there are ample ways to totally relax onboard.
Norwegian Star has enough activities to fill every minute of your holiday. If you feel like having a calmer day inside, browse through the well-stocked collection of books in the library or surf the web and keep in touch with family in the internet café.
The main pool onboard has two hot tubs and ample room to catch those rays. Meanwhile, you'll find the perfect gift in The Galleria Shops, which offer an extensive selection of specialty gifts and brand named products.
Good cruise company, they know how to look after their guests. I have cruised with them in the past and will continue to travel with them in the future.
The cruise was just great! The weather was warm, a little too hot at times. All of the sea days were good and the food was excellent.
The cruise was really lovely. We prefer the layout of The Jewel class ships but this was still great. The staff are all wonderful and work so hard. Food and entertainment amazing.
Too much reliance of the slow tenders - long waiting times, less time at the location. Entertaining fairly poor. Food was fantastic - even the garden café buffet. Service was very good. Resorts crowded with up to 5 cruise ships in at the same time. Overall, a good holiday, but could have been better.