MV Stella Australis cabins and suites

MV Stella Australis staterooms review, floor plans, photos

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MV Stella Australis cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations, including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by Australis Cruises Patagonia (Small Cruise Lines) en-suite amenities and services.

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Superior Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

MV Stella Australis Superior Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers: 3
Staterooms number: 4
Cabin size: 220 ft2 / 21 m2
Balcony size: none
Location (on decks): midship on decks 3-Tierra del Fuego, 4-Cabo de Hornos
Type (categories): (AA, AAA) Superior Stateroom

Each Superior Cabin offers the following complimentary amenities and services:

  • 1 large Panoramic Window (floor-ceiling, non-opening)
  • 1 double bed (non-convertible to twins), underbed storage space
  • 3rd (single) bed available upon request
  • 2 bedside tables (phone, 2 wall lamps / fixed reading lights)
  • writing desk, wardrobe (lifejackets), closet (electronic safe, shelves, full-length mirror)
  • 1 coffee table (round-shaped) with 2 chairs
  • bottled water (2 bottles), 2 glasses
  • two 3-pin plug sockets (220 V, by the desk and the bed)
  • en-suite bathroom (WC, shower, 1-sink vanity, hairdryer / wall-affixed, French brand bath products / replenished daily)
  • no room service
  • no TV

Standard Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

MV Stella Australis Standard Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers: 2
Staterooms number: 96
Cabin size: 180 ft2 / 17 m2
Balcony size: none
Location (on decks): 2-Magallanes, 3-Tierra del Fuego, 4-Cabo de Hornos
Type (categories): (B-Porthole, A, AA, AAA) Standard Staterooms

Each Standard Cabin offers the following complimentary amenities and services:

  • 1 large Panoramic Window (floor-ceiling, non-opening)
  • 1 double or 2 twin beds (convertible to queen on request), underbed storage space
  • 3rd (single) bed available upon request
  • 1 bedside table (phone, 2 wall lamps / fixed reading lights)
  • writing desk, wardrobe (lifejackets), closet (electronic safe, shelves, full-length mirror)
  • 1 chair (no table)
  • bottled water (2 bottles), 2 glasses
  • two 3-pin plug sockets (220 V, by the desk and the bed)
  • en-suite bathroom (WC, shower, 1-sink vanity, hairdryer / wall-affixed, French brand bath products / replenished daily)
  • no room service
  • no TV
  • Magallanes Deck cabins (deck 2, categories A, B) are located above waterline. Their windows are smaller and get splashed constantly. Category B cabins (deck 2 forward) are with 1 small Porthole Window (round-shaped) and due to their location - with curved walls and slightly smaller. These 3 rooms (numbers 202, 203, 204) are also near the ship's anchor, so noise from the anchor could be an issue.

MV Stella Australis cabins review

MV Stella Australis cruise ship staterooms are all outside / oceanview (no balconies), spread across 3 decks, in 2 types (Standard and Superior) and in all 6 cabin categories. All cabins feature contemporary decor (nautically-themed), dark wood furniture.

  • Each cabin is fitted with either 1 double or 2 twin beds (convertible to queen on request), underbed storage space, bedside tables (phone, alarm clock, wall lamps / fixed reading lights), 1 writing desk, wardrobe (lifejackets), closet (electronic safe, shelves, full-length mirror), bottled water (2 bottles), two 3-pin plug sockets (220 V, by the desk and the bed), en-suite bathroom (WC, shower, 1-sink vanity, hairdryer / wall-affixed, French brand bath products / replenished daily).
  • Superior rooms have 1 coffee table (round-shaped) with 2 chairs. Standard rooms are with 1 chair only.
  • "Superior" is a family cabin category with optional triple occupancy (3rd bed / single is available upon request).
  • The majority of staterooms are with large picture windows (almost floor-ceiling, non-opening). Magallanes Deck 2 cabins (categories A, B) are above waterline and get splashed constantly. Their windows are also smaller. Category B rooms (deck 2 forward) are with 1 small Porthole Window (round-shaped) and due to their location - with curved walls and slightly smaller. These 3 cabins (numbers 202, 203, 204) are also near the ship's anchor, so noise from the anchor (when is lowered and raised) could be an issue.
  • All cabins are without TVs.
  • Filtered water dispensers are available on each deck.

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