Azamara Quest Review
About This Ship
- Azamara Journey
- Azamara Quest
Layout: Designed for lengthy cruises, all staterooms have ample closet and storage space, and even standard cabins have at least a small seating area, although bathrooms in lower categories are somewhat tight. Wood cabinetry adds warmth to the decor. In keeping with the trend for more balconies, 73% of all outside cabins and suites have them.
Amenities: Amenities include plush beds and Egyptian-cotton bedding. Bath toiletries, a hair dryer, TV, refrigerator, personal safe, and robes for use during the cruise are all included, but you must move up to a suite to have a bathtub, as lower-category cabins have showers only.
Suites: Club World Owner’s and Club Ocean suites are particularly luxurious, with living–dining rooms, entertainment centers, two TVs, separate bedrooms, whirlpool bathtubs, guest powder rooms, and very large balconies overlooking either the bow or stern. Thirty-two Club Continent suites on each ship have a queen-size bed, television, bathtub, personal safe, and hair dryer. All suites have a welcoming bottle of sparkling wine, minibars with two bottles of spirits, and butler service.
Accessibility: Six staterooms are designated as wheelchair accessible.
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