Azamara Quest Review

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First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2007

We were invited guests on the Quest. The experience was wonderful. As you enter the ship the feeling that one gets is as if you were at a wonderful European hotel. What a pleasure not being on a mega ship. We also have never cruised on a smaller ship and can not wait to do it again. The cabin size was adequate, but the bathroom was minute. Wonderful bathrobes, slippers and the best bath towels were provided. Fresh flowers were in the bathroom and bedroom. A lovely touch. We saw our butler only twice. We did not see any menus for room service. They are still getting the kinks out. The staff and crew were the best. Everyone looked you in the eyes and acknowledged your presence. How refreshing. I asked fro cappuccino during lunch and they went out of there way to go to the fourth floor to accommodate me (which was not necessary, but greatly appreciated). The food was the best that we have had. The dining room is beautiful. The service impeccable. Our waitress could describe every dish. I had the best sea bass ever. What a delight not to have formal nights and be able to eat when you want to. The second night we ate at the Prime. We were seated with other guests and had lots of fun. The food was delicious. The service was a 10. We enjoy the casino, which is small but adequate. The staff is quite friendly and inviting. The pool area is quite comfortable. I do suggest that signs are posted for the depth of the water and that the area is quite slippery. The restrooms are always clean. I was amazed for the size of the ship that the fitness center was quite large with most of the equipment needed for a good workout. There to, they are still getting everything in order. The exercise balls and yoga mats were not in yet. This ship has everything and more and can not wait to sail again.

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