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Club Continent Suite (N2) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: March 2019
Wheelchair cabin so larger than most, especially the bath. Excellent use of space and ample storage.
Wheelchair cabin so larger than most, especially the bath. Excellent use of space and ample storage. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
We found the room and balcony to be spacious enough for our needs. Our butler (Eyup) and room attendants (Mark and Revon) are absolutely the best.
We found the room and balcony to be spacious enough for our needs. Our butler (Eyup) and room attendants (Mark and Revon) are absolutely the best. Read Less
Needs Help : Cabin 8073
Sail Date: February 2018
Not a real suite--one large room. Loved the decor, the mirrors and lighting, the beds and linens, the verandah, the climate control system, and the quiet. The bathroom was small with only one sink.
Not a real suite--one large room. Loved the decor, the mirrors and lighting, the beds and linens, the verandah, the climate control system, and the quiet. The bathroom was small with only one sink. Read Less
Fantastic : Cabin 8066
Sail Date: December 2017
Beautiful, comfortable, spacious with plenty of storage space and a nice large lass shower enclosure.
Beautiful, comfortable, spacious with plenty of storage space and a nice large lass shower enclosure. Read Less
First Time on Quest : Cabin 8052
Sail Date: December 2017
Nice size compared to the veranda stateroom. Bathroom was spacious but the tub is really high. You have to be very careful when you get out. Also, for a tall person, their head would hit the ceiling. Plenty of drawer space. There are a lot ... Read More
Nice size compared to the veranda stateroom. Bathroom was spacious but the tub is really high. You have to be very careful when you get out. Also, for a tall person, their head would hit the ceiling. Plenty of drawer space. There are a lot of sharp edges in the room which I banged into several times when the ship was rocking. The shelves in the bathroom, the handle in the shower and the armchair should have rounded edges. It was a quiet cabin even though it was below the pool deck. Read Less
Cuba Cruise : Cabin 8061
Sail Date: November 2017
Large cabin, plenty of room. had bathtub. However the negative for me was location on the ship. It is toward the back of the ship under the engine room and very noisy in the cabin and the noisiest level of all cabins on that hallway. I ... Read More
Large cabin, plenty of room. had bathtub. However the negative for me was location on the ship. It is toward the back of the ship under the engine room and very noisy in the cabin and the noisiest level of all cabins on that hallway. I also noticed it noisy at the same position on the floors below. I arranged another cruise while on ship, and made sure I was closer to the front of the ship where it was quieter. So, I you book continent suite, avoid my cabin and consider mid ship or closer to the front instead of back of the ship. .Avoid the same position with all cabins on levels below when you book with Azamara Club. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Spacious, updated, clean, appointed in 100% cotton linens, with plenty of storage and a beautiful balcony where we enjoyed breakfast set up by our butler daily!
Spacious, updated, clean, appointed in 100% cotton linens, with plenty of storage and a beautiful balcony where we enjoyed breakfast set up by our butler daily! Read Less
Almost perfect : Cabin 8066
Sail Date: July 2017
Clean, spacious stateroom, with all the facilities you are likely to need. Walk-in shower in this suite. One minor niggle: for this grade of travel, the bath-towels could be larger.
Clean, spacious stateroom, with all the facilities you are likely to need. Walk-in shower in this suite. One minor niggle: for this grade of travel, the bath-towels could be larger. Read Less
Great Cruise : Cabin 6056
Sail Date: June 2017
Just watch the door. It can't be dead bolted from the inside as it is a disabled suite. The light switch on the inside to automatically open the door is next to the bathroom light, so you can get into an embarrassing situation in the ... Read More
Just watch the door. It can't be dead bolted from the inside as it is a disabled suite. The light switch on the inside to automatically open the door is next to the bathroom light, so you can get into an embarrassing situation in the evenings. I just left the bathroom light on all the time so I didn't have to use the light switch. Also there is no way to lock the cabin attendants or your butler out. So I left the closet door open so if they tried to get in while I was in the bathroom they would hit the door and leave. The only other way is to always use the card saying do not disturb or make my room up. This wasn't really true it just meant I'm in or out. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2017
Chose this cabin because they had taken the tub out during last refit and put in a shower stall that you can actually move around in.
Chose this cabin because they had taken the tub out during last refit and put in a shower stall that you can actually move around in. Read Less

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