If you are looking to take a relaxing break at a slow pace, with spacious and attractive rooms, Star Princess is not only a worthy choice but a destination in its own right. Refurbished in 2018, with upgrades to staterooms, children's clubs and public areas, Star Princess provides stylish and relaxed cruising for all who step onboard.
From Princess Cruises Grand Class of cruise ships, Star Princess is staggeringly big and has a variety of onboard facilities to suit all tastes. Combining traditional cruising with modern needs, there is an entertainment Piazza, an International Café with on-site bakery, an adults-only lounge, wine bar, Internet Cafe and more independent boutiques and snazzy stores than you can shake a stick at.
Very much like its sisters, the vessel offers something for all types of travellers, whether it be its kids programme or multi-generational activities. Comprising of 13 decks and weighing 109,000 tonnes, this is one vessel that is hardly subtle in its offerings.
For those wishing to get active, get yourself involved in a game of basketball or burn it off on the golf simulators and jogging track, while those who want to take it a bit easier, they can soak their stresses away in a soothing hot tub. If that's not relaxing enough, the Lotus Spa, gym and fitness area boasts personalised spa treatments, fitness classes and a professional beauty salon. And while mum and dad relax, kids can watch movies, play video games or even partake in some karaoke. Camp Discovery provides educational entertainment, whilst age appropriate youth centres (The Treehouse, The Lodge, The Beach House) welcome kids aged from 3-17.
The art gallery and library both provide quiet space for contemplation.