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Azura Cabin Reviews - Outside Stateroom (Part Obstructed View)

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Outside Stateroom (Part Obstructed View) Cabins 15 Reviews
Daily steward service, Interactive TV, radio & telephone, Safe, hairdryer & refrigerator, Tea/coffee making facilities, Air conditioning, Picture window, Vanity/writing desk & chair, Wardrobe & drawer space, Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed (based on 2 sharing), Bathroom with shower & WC, Special touches: Mineral water on arrival, Luxurious pamper pack.
Outside Stateroom (Part Obstructed View) (MA)
Decks: E Deck, Lido Deck
Outside Stateroom (Part Obstructed View) (MA)

Cabin Rating
Looked good but you need to organize movement as only one person could walk around the end of the bed at the same time and the shower room was more like a moulded cupboard. Couldn't use the room service facilities as our room only had one chair and a small round coffee table  Read entire member review.
Cabin very well placed even though a restricted view you could see the sea.  Read entire member review.
Sail Away by Stafford Blonde
We were on Deck 8 midships. Really close to the amenties we only had to go down one floor and we were near the Atrium. I think I preferred that to being on a higher deck It was quiet didnt hear a thing at night. Slightly obscured view but it didnt bother us. Cabin itself was really good bathroom a bit on the snug side but again didnt bother us. It was quiet and when we did a a bit of a roll it wasnt as nocticeable in our cabin as higher in the ship.  Read entire member review.
Good size, plenty of storage space. still had a view as cabin between two lifeboats. No noise. Convenient position on ship.  Read entire member review.
We hate big ships! by VictorMeldrew

Very adequate cabin, well located midships for easy lift access to all areas of the ship. Plenty of room and good storage provision. An extra chair to sit on would have been appreciated though.

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Had a lifeboat in the way so we had about half of the view you would normally get. The room was great, newer pretty much identical to Princess. Some complain about the plain decor, it is nice, classy, not over the top.

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Beautiful ship by sharon
Clean and airy cabin. We had booked a partially obscured view but it didnt impede our view totally. We had a quiet location not too far from the lifts. Apart from the people too lazy to close there cabin doors and let them slam it was a great cabin in a great location.  Read entire member review.
Spanish Med. in April by terrierjohn
E302 on Grand class ships is an accessible cabin which is partly obstructed by a lifeboat, but exactly the same size and layout as the accessible balcony cabins. For cruises where we do not really need a balcony this will become our economy choice.  Read entire member review.
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Cabin Rating
E 423
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