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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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707 reviews
84 Awards

Best 16 days I have ever spent

Review for Azamara Quest to Transatlantic
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2017
Cabin: Club Ocean Suite

The Quest is a beautiful small ship. This was the second of our b2b. The food everywhere is excellent. The standard drink package is perfectly good for us. The wines were very nice, so we neither needed to order anything special nor a bottle of wine. We had an Ocean Suite all the way forward 6002. Loved the veranda even though it seemed awkwardly laid out. I still have no idea why there is a Butler. Ours, Eyup, was really a very nice man and always asked if we needed anything. He brought tea and set it up for us unless we asked him not to. The suit was nice but was a little worn. The breakfast in discoveries was always wonderful. There were brunches on Sundays, I didn’t really have any feelings about it. The food was excellent no matter which venu. The bartenders were great as well. The Casino was woefully under used. The 2 shops on board didn’t have much variety, and whomever is the vendor should look into that. There were activities going on all the time

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Club Ocean Suite

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Loved the cabin. Very noisy from the Caberet Lounge usually over by 2130.

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