Norwegian Cruise Lines Norwegian Star is one of NCL’s most popular cruise ships. Reviews of Norwegian Cruise Lines Star rave about the ships more than 13 dining options ranging from all-American cuisine to Asian fusion and French Mediterranean. Reviews of Norwegian Star also include positive feedback about the ships bars, spas, and luxury accommodations.
Just a few of Norwegian Star’s highlights include the Gatsby’s Champagne Bar, an outdoor “Biergarten” featuring an international selection of beers, Barong Spa for massages, facials, and body wraps, a fitness center featuring spinning and yoga, and rooftop Garden Villas, which have up to 5,000 square feet of space, three bedrooms, a private garden and sundeck, a hot tub, and a baby grand piano.
Like on all Norwegian Cruise ships, passengers can expect plenty of pampering and premium services aboard Norwegian Star. Norwegian’s VIP pampering such as a butler to unpack passengers’ luggage, a concierge to arrange activities, priority embarkation and disembarkation, and priority boarding for launches to shore, 24-hour room service special Suite Menu, luxurious linens, and in-suite breakfast are a great compliment Norwegian Cruise Lines Freestyle Cruising theme. And of course, Norwegian Star was designed specifically for Freestyle Cruising!
Norwegian Star features 7-day Mexican Riviera cruises, round-trip from Los Angeles, a 7-Day Alaska cruise, Los Angeles to Vancouver, weekend cruises, a 6-Day Pacific Coastal cruise, and a 14-Day Panama Canal cruise, Los Angeles to Miami. During NCL’s magical 7-Day Mexican Riviera cruise vacation, Norwegian Star will make stops in Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta. Shore excursions run the gamut from beachcombing and diving to shopping and dancing. This is just a small sampling of what Norwegian Star cruise itineraries have to offer.
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