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Club Continent Suite (N2) Cabin Reviews

Nice Cruise : Cabin 8064
Large lovely suite. We had a larger shower and no bathtub. Glass door into shower was difficult to open and close due to plastic stripping which prevents water from leaving shower. Towels thick and soft. Hooks needed throughout cabin so ... Read More
Large lovely suite. We had a larger shower and no bathtub. Glass door into shower was difficult to open and close due to plastic stripping which prevents water from leaving shower. Towels thick and soft. Hooks needed throughout cabin so bring your own. Cabin quiet except for one morning when they were setting up BBQ directly above us. Bed extremely comfy. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Lovely cabin -- plenty of space and storage. Even # of CC suites have stall shower and the odd's have a tub. Wish I had known that beforehand but we managed. Loved The afternoon tea service every day about 3 pm and the shrimp ... Read More
Lovely cabin -- plenty of space and storage. Even # of CC suites have stall shower and the odd's have a tub. Wish I had known that beforehand but we managed. Loved The afternoon tea service every day about 3 pm and the shrimp cocktail at 5 pm was great, too. You only had to request something once and it was done! Raphael and Girlie were great -- kept our suite immaculate. Never got the name of our other room helper but he was great, too. Only drawback were the loud noises during the night from the Windows Cafe above. Why cruiselines place the most expensive suites and cabins below the pool and restauranr decks which are always noisey is beyond me ! Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Avoid this cabin. It's right next to Category (N1) midship on the starboard side, but below the Windows Restaurant and dishwashing area . Chose the similar cabin on the port side. 9000 and 9002 Spa Suites are ... Read More
Avoid this cabin. It's right next to Category (N1) midship on the starboard side, but below the Windows Restaurant and dishwashing area . Chose the similar cabin on the port side. 9000 and 9002 Spa Suites are "fantabulous"! If affordable depending on price. Read Less
Sail Date April 2016
We were upgraded to this suite. It was what we expected. The remodel will take care of the insuffencies.The real bonus was we got Eyup and Girlie. If we go on Azamara Quest again, we will pay extra to get these 2 professionals.
We were upgraded to this suite. It was what we expected. The remodel will take care of the insuffencies.The real bonus was we got Eyup and Girlie. If we go on Azamara Quest again, we will pay extra to get these 2 professionals. Read Less
Sail Date February 2016
Comfortable and plenty of storage. I won't describe the furnishings because every thing will be renovated soon. Wish the bathroom had a night light on the hair dryer like some hotels have. We came to look forward to the afternoon ... Read More
Comfortable and plenty of storage. I won't describe the furnishings because every thing will be renovated soon. Wish the bathroom had a night light on the hair dryer like some hotels have. We came to look forward to the afternoon tea service. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
Disappointing : Cabin 8050
Cabin excellent. The only fault we found was cramped shower. Husband is 2 metres tall &could not stand up in shower. I found it hard to step up in to bath. We believe the refit will change shower over bath to walk-in shower. This ... Read More
Cabin excellent. The only fault we found was cramped shower. Husband is 2 metres tall &could not stand up in shower. I found it hard to step up in to bath. We believe the refit will change shower over bath to walk-in shower. This would be good. Airconditioning hard to adjust & mostly too cold Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
Big Cutbacks : Cabin 8053
Very nice and well maintained About 1/3rd larger than a regular balcony room.
Very nice and well maintained About 1/3rd larger than a regular balcony room. Read Less
Sail Date November 2015
Norwegian Saga : Cabin 8061
We chose a Continental suite because our prior experiences on these ships showed us that the standard veranda cabin is rather small, and the Continental Suite on Azamara, or Penthouse Suite on Oceania provided enough room. When we walked ... Read More
We chose a Continental suite because our prior experiences on these ships showed us that the standard veranda cabin is rather small, and the Continental Suite on Azamara, or Penthouse Suite on Oceania provided enough room. When we walked into our stateroom, No. 8061, our reaction was – Wow! We soon found out why we had this response. It seems that Azamara is planning on upgrades of at least its Continental Suites, and ours was the prototype, the only one on this ship. The first impression was the “light”. Everything seemed white and bright, in contrast to the browns used in most cabins. The closets to the left as one entered were actually light brown, but the most striking feature was the “bureau-desk” arrangement stretching from the mini bar next to the closets to the veranda. The bureau portion was about six feet long, 18 inches high and about the same depth or slightly more. It was all white with some form of composition material on top. There were three deep drawers. About two-thirds of the way to the veranda, the desk portion started. It therefore was above the last drawer of the bureau portion so there was a covered, but open storage area. The desk was only about six inches deep until the final two feet or so. It had two wide, shallow desk drawers. It was also white, but the top had a glass surface. At the very end there were some light switches and electrical sockets at the front. There was a very modern desk lamp. There we a high backed desk chair, a small side chair, a round coffee table and a comfortable wing back chair against the back wall. The bed had a round small side table on one side and a larger square table on the other side. The bed had panels above as headboards, covered with a leather-like material with a raised pattern. Every surface in this living area was white and the veranda went almost the entire width of the cabin, so the “light” effect was remarkable and delightful. The bathroom was completely redone. Instead of the tub/shower of the regular Continental Suite there was a very roomy six foot long stall shower with beautiful marble walls, a well-directed main shower head plus a hand held shower. We were told that there had been a design error in that the shower floor was virtually flush with the bathroom floor with no lip to prevent water getting out, but we found that with a floor mat there was no real problem. We thought this to be the best shower ever on a ship. The single sink was a large square porcelain “vessel” sitting on a darker composition table, with a shelf underneath. There was a handy magnifying mirror on the wall and three long shelves to the side which had all the room needed for toiletries. The walls were marble, and the floor some kind of composition looking like grey wood. The same grey floor was present in the entrance to the cabin up to the “living” area, where there was a nice carpet with an attractive abstract design. The veranda had three wicker arm chairs and a table high enough to serve as a dining table, although a Norwegian cruise does not invite al fresco dining, even if we were room service types. The lighting system was excellent, and relatively easy to master. For example, there was an overhead light which was perfect for reading in the large arm chair. At the bedside there was a general area light, which actually emitted a small glow at night; and small “bullet” lamps that could be focused easily on a book for reading in bed at night, something we both do. The thermostat was adjustable, but the cabin never was very warm, and Edith’s feet were cold until she got back to the 110º of Phoenix. As usual, we had no problem storing all our clothing and other belongings. We had a few conversations with senior staff concerning this stateroom, especially since we were asked to vacate it for a short period of time on Sunday afternoon, while still docked in Leith, so that the President and CEO of Azamara could lead a tour of our cabin for the benefit of some cruise tour providers! I was at the Open, so Edith was the subject of this request. Afterwards, when we were visited by the Hotel Director to thank us, we mentioned that we thought the cabin should have had a mirror over the desk for the benefit of Madame putting on her makeup. He agreed and said this would probably be corrected along with the shower issue. What we did not mention was the fact that the coffee table in the cabin was much too small for any true room service usage. Since we never use room service this did not occur to us at that time. This may not be easy to cure given the three chairs in that area. Oh well, not our problem. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015

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