We stayed in a Club Continent Suite on deck 8. Very nice cabin, but no sofa - just a chair, so much smaller than the suites we were used to on Royal Caribbean and Celebrity. The room was always kept well cleaned and the fridge well-stocked. They even kept the ice bucket full!
However, it is the service that Azamara provides that is the star. Bartenders, cabin stewards, waiters, and entertainers all go out of their way to get to know you and your preferences. We loved how they would have a drink or a coffee ready for you right as you walked up to the bar. The very first cruise I have been on where the CAPTAIN is out almost everyday engaging the passengers. We enjoyed a night at Chef's Table with the Hotel & Restaurant Manager and he went out of his way to visit with us every time we saw him about (even on the Bedouin Dunes Dinner Excursion!)
The entertainment is VERY limited - but HUGELY talented so be prepared to be WOWED even with the limited offerings. They had beginning bridge lessons with Vic that was an experience I had been looking for most of my life.