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Seabourn Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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145 reviews
15 Awards

ATHENS TO BARCELONA IN LUXURY

Review for Seabourn Quest to the Mediterranean
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2013
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Included in the package, the first night spent in the Grande Bretagne Hotel in Athens, overlooking the parliament building, included breakfast on the roof of the building. In the morning passengers had their own taxi to Piraeus.

Upon boarding we were escorted to our suite, where there was a bottle of champagne on ice waiting for us. Some time later we were welcomed by the room girl with a rather flat and warm glass of champagne.

Kusadasi for Ephesus One of the highlights of the trip for me was that Seabourn arrange an evening classical concert in Ephesus after the site has closed. Unfortunately this was cancelled due to bad weather.

Cabin Review

Probably the worst suite on the ship because it was right at the bow of the ship. However there was still plenty of room to sit. No balcony, but separate bath and shower, a walk-in closet, double bed, settee, table and chairs in the suite. Flat screen television, which we did not use, except for watching the news a few times. Mini-bar stocked with two choices of drinks (in our case gin and whisky). The gin was not there when we arrived but on mentioning this, it soon arrived. Plenty of drawer space in addition to the walk in closet. Suitcases go under the bed.

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