Azamara Quest Cruise Review by manuke.alonso
- Sail Date: May 2017
- Destination: Eastern Mediterranean
- Cabin Type: Club Ocean Suite
Embarkation was very smooth, as there were no lines; we had a Club Ocean Suite, so we had priority check in.
The ship is a small to medium cruise ship, with around 700 passengers, and it was refurbished in 2H16. Our Club Ocean Suite (7004) is a large cabin with around 65 sq.m., with a separate living room and a bedroom with a king bed, besides a very spacious bathroom (bath and showers are separated) and a huge veranda.
As a Club Suite guests we were entitled to dinner wherever we wanted, either on the specialty restaurants (Prime C or Acqualina) or in the normal dining room. All of them the food was very good, as well as the service.
As the Quest is a small ship, do not expect to have plenty of activities as you usually finf on those oversized ships, however, the atmosphere is much more cozy and everything goes more softly (in and out at the ports, etc.). restaurants were never packed, no lines and very easy to find a seat at the self service restaurant.
Another advantage is that Azamara can dock or tender inside the cities and stay until late night. It is our second cruise with Azamara and definetly I would come back again!
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