Wow, what a holiday!: Azura Cruise Review by Linda Saunders
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Wow, what a holiday!
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
The prices, on board, were not excessive. We took advantage of daily offers, which included half price bottles of Champagne. I also made use of the Spa by using my 'on board credit' for a massage. There was a team of young, enthusiastic, photographers who managed to capture me without a hint of an increasing frame (due to the fantastic food)or a 'bingo wing'.
I have no idea how I can give as much praise to the restaurants, and their staff, as is warranted. We had every intention to eat in Sindhu, Seventeen and More the Glasshouse but the club dining was just too good. If something was not to our taste our waiters (Henry and Rahul)would bring something else. It came across that it really was their pleasure to serve us.
Our stateroom was well designed to make excellent use of the space and well kept by our steward Crossby. I really cannot understand some of the negative comments I have read previously. I can only conclude that some people are not happy unless they are unhappy. I look forward to cruising again in the future. Less
Cabin review: JGB222 Balcony Stateroom
Brilliant use of area. Mirrors ensured light and illusion of space. Bathroom more than adequate. Lots of hanging and shelf space. Safe was very sensible. Corner unit ideal for TV tea facilities and very useful fridge. Decor could not be bettered.Read All Balcony Stateroom (JG) Reviews >>
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