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Seabourn Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Seabourn Quest to the Mediterranean
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Alimck
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2014
Cabin: Veranda Suite

Boarded ship in Piraeus, boarding was nice and quick, and soon we were seating in Restaurant2 having a nice lunch with some wine, after being told our bags had arrived in our suite, we then headed to check out our room, which I must say was even better the we expected. Our lovely stewardess Tia arrived to introduce herself and show us around the suite and present our complimentary bottle of champagne. Soon we were sampling the delights of the Patio Bar and pool.

Most nights we ate in the Restaurant, most mornings breakfasts were taken in the Colonade, and lunch was generally taken at the Patio Grill, on two occasions we ate at the Tasting Restaurant2, which was very good, but a couple of items were served almost raw, and were not appreciated.

The food in all locations was delicious, however we ate twice in the Restaurant for breakfast and on both occasions the service was pretty slow, in particular the last day, when we were disembarking early.

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Veranda Suite

Cabin V4

The suite for us was ideal with very little noise, and absolutely no smell of any smoking being done on any other Verandas, Was in the perfect location for easy access to Patio Bar and Grill and also the Colonnade.

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