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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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First Time on Quest

Review for Azamara Quest to the Caribbean
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parkslopegal
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Dec 2017
Cabin: Club Continent Suite

This was our 4th Azamara cruise, first time on Quest. Journey and Quest are identical in looks but overall, we would say we slightly prefer Journey, mostly for the food. Not sure if the chefs move around from ship to ship, but we seemed to have enjoyed our food immensely on Journey, particularly in the specialty restaurants, and would only rate the same restaurants average to good on Quest. Also, the staff on Journey seems to be a bit more organized. Many servers got our drink orders wrong with the exception of our dear friend, Mariano Costa, the best bartender at sea! He is a gem. Also, the cruise director and hotel director on Journey seem to be much more visible than the ones on Quest.

Anyway, the ship was spotlessly clean, embarkation and debarkation were a breeze. Our ship was only 2/3 full so there was a ton of space and no waits for anything. The entertainment was pretty good, particularly, Teodor, the guitarist and the show staff who did a bang up job on all the nights. There were a lot more kids on this cruise which surprised us but it was nice to see them enjoying themselves. Just not sure why parents would choose this ship for little ones. Oh well, to each his own!

We upgraded to a suite and enjoyed the extra amenities. Our butler, Xavier and our stewards Erwin and Mark were wonderful. It was great to have extra space, free internet, the 4 bottles of booze, afternoon tea and evening snacks and our laundry/ironing taken care of. They were very helpful and friendly, especially Erwin.

Cabin Review

Club Continent Suite

Cabin N2

Nice size compared to the veranda stateroom. Bathroom was spacious but the tub is really high. You have to be very careful when you get out. Also, for a tall person, their head would hit the ceiling. Plenty of drawer space. There are a lot of sharp edges in the room which I banged into several times when the ship was rocking. The shelves in the bathroom, the handle in the shower and the armchair should have rounded edges. It was a quiet cabin even though it was below the pool deck.

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