MS VistaStar cabins and suites

MS VistaStar staterooms review, floor plans, photos


MS VistaStar 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 1AVista Reisen (River Cruises) en-suite amenities and services.

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French Balcony Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

MS VistaStar French Balcony Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:1-2
Staterooms number:78
Cabin size:170 ft2 / 16 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):2-Middle, 3-Upper
Type (categories):(OD2, ODA, ODV) Deluxe Upper Deck Double Cabins, (MD2, MDA) Superior Middle Deck Double Cabins. (MD1-Middle Deck, OD1-Upper Deck) Single Cabins

Porthole Window Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

MS VistaStar Porthole Window Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:1-2-3-4
Staterooms number:21
Cabin size:160 ft2 / 15 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):1-Main
Type (categories):(HD1-Single, HD2-Double, HD3-Triple, HD4-Quad) Stateroom with Porthole Windows

MS VistaStar cabins review

MS VistaStar cruise ship has a total of 98 staterooms (all outside). All double cabins are equally sized (16 m2 / 170 ft2), while the 4 standard cabins are smaller (15 m2 / 160 ft2) and with 2 separate lower beds (80x200 cm, parallel or L-shape arranged) and non-convertible to double. One of the beds is daytime sofa (during the day can be used as a couch, while the other bed is foldaway. Single cabins are with 1 lower plus 1 upper bed (bunk). Some twin cabins can be booked as singles (at 50% supplement). Main Deck cabins (categories Comfort and Standard) don't have opening windows. These cabins are with triple and quad occupancy (can be occupied by 3/4 passengers) via 3rd/4th Pullman bed (upper bunks). All Middle and Upper deck cabins are with French Balcony (floor-ceiling sliding windows opening to a railing).

All MS Vista Star cabins offer as standard amenities either French Balcony (slide-opening floor-ceiling windows) or Portholes (fixed / non-opening windows), en-suite bathroom (single-sink vanity, WC, shower, under-sink storage, magnifying mirror, hairdryer, razor socket), hotel beds (double convertible to twins) with leather headboards (LED lighting), flat TV (satellite reception, ship info channel, real-time bow camera views, weather forecast), phone (onboard calls only - Reception Desk, passenger cabins, wake-up service), mirrored vanity table (writing desk), bedside cabinets, wall-mounted reading lamps, low round table with 2 chairs, mirrored wardrobe (hangers, no drawers), radio, electronic safe box (in the closet), 220V power sockets, individually controlled air-conditioning. VIP cabins additionally receive a welcome basket with a bottle of sparkling wine and a gift.

Cabin categories include:

  • Double-Triple-Quad Cabins (with fixed / non-opening Porthole windows located near the ceiling) are in categories HD2-HD3-Comfort and HDV-Standard (Main Deck).
  • Deluxe Double Cabins (with French balcony) are in categories OD2, ODA and ODV - all located on Upper Deck.
  • Superior Double Cabins (with French balcony) are in categories MD2 and MDA - all located on Middle Deck.
  • Single Cabins (with French balcony) are in categories MD1 (Middle Deck), OD1 (Upper Deck) and HD1 (Main Deck).

For two full-paying adults in a 2-bed stateroom or one full-paying adult in a single cabin (with extra bed), kids and teens (ages 2 to 19) travel for free (sleeping in a folding bed).

The cruise ship is not suitable for wheelchair passengers as moorings are often not handicap-accessible.

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