My fourth cruise on Journey and it won't be my last although my next sailing will be on Quest. Azamara has a lot to offer and the ships crew are very experienced and helpful. You certainly will feel well looked after while on board. The food options are very good and although you have to pay a supplement to use the speciality restaurants they really are worth it. Take the 3 visit package for $70! The complimentary wines are ok but nothing great, they are supplemented by a reasonable pay as you go wine list
The upgrade to the ships furnishings has lifted the ambiance of the public rooms as well as the cabins. That said I'm not sure the lighter colours in the public rooms is going to last the test of time, the red wine stains are already showing!!
Cabins are comfortable but the bathrooms are quite small especially the tiny showers with the well dated shower curtain but in truth no worse than many of the mainstream cruise lines. Room service was good and the luxury of a breakfast in bed always welcome. USB points in the bedside lights is a nice and valuable touch. TV choice isn't great but no one is onboard to watch TV. But as a Brit I liked the access to Sky News and BBC News.