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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Luxurious ship lives up to its top billing....

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Cruise9Guy
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Apr 2018
Cabin: Club Veranda Stateroom

Highly recommend Azamara Club Cruises. I can only give a recommendation for the Azamara Quest ship as I have not traveled on the Journey or new Pursuit yet.

First time on Azamara and as long as the Quest does not get rid of their live dealer table games in their casino, it will not be my last.

I loved this cruise and line and the service and meals and everything about it. It was nice being on a cruiseline that really takes care of its guests. It was easily 5 star service. There are so many people who I knew and was on a first name basis with throughout the cruise and I'm not talking about the passengers, but the staff who were great and went above and beyond any prior cruise expectation I had had.

Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises

Cruise9guy, we are so glad you thoroughly enjoyed your first cruise with Azamara Club Cruises! We look forward to welcoming you back aboard soon!...

Cabin Review

Club Veranda Stateroom

Cabin V3

The reviews I had read on this cabin were pretty much right on target. Though I did not see this stateroom as being any smaller than similar types on other lines. The room was comfortable, balcony decent size and the sliding door much easier to open than a previous line where the door was always getting stuck.

The bathroom was definitely small and it took some time to get used to the step up into it and especially the step down, especially when using in the middle of the night. The toilet was angled strange and made for an interesting sit when using it.

The shower was very small and I found myself getting stuck and having difficulties turning around. As I reported to guest services, the shower drain tended to clog and I was standing in non-flowing water.

Overall the cabin and bathroom was adequate for one person. The cabin and balcony would have been fine for two people, the bathroom would have been a bit small for two people sharing it.

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