Azamara Quest Review

Azamara Full Steam Astern

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robreid
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Dec 2015
Cabin: Club Veranda Stateroom

This was a back to back cruise Singapore to Cairns. Standards have fallen. The Discovery Dining Room evening menu lacked choice and the menu seemed to be repeated too often. Previously the evening meal was something to look forward too, but now just another event. Seems that Azamara have a "slash and burn policy." Complimentary wines are of a low quality and waiters were passing off blended wine as Savignon Blanc.

Much less entertainment before diner in Discovery and Looking Glass Bars. Nothing after diner in Mosaic despite having a beautiful harp on display.

Maintenance standards have fallen. Had a cabin that in heavy rain, water flowed from deck into room. Room uninhabitable for a day while drying took place. Not offered any sort of compensation such a a bottle of good wine or complimentary specialty restaurant diner. Asked for an upgrade on next sector but no luck, even though ship not full.

Cabin Review

Club Veranda Stateroom

Cabin V1

Small but adequate. Room attendants good. Room leaked, and showers are very small, even for those of average size.

Port Reviews

Bali

Dirty place especially around Kuta

Lombok

Dirty like Java and Bali

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