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Azamara Journey Review

Azamara staff are wonderful

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Azamara Journey
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2023
Traveled with disabled person

We have cruised about 300 days with many other cruise lines and this was our first cruise with Azamara. We found the staff to be the nicest and most helpful of all the cruise lines we have been with. I have a mobility scooter and they were extremely helpful when I had difficulty getting around. The ship is older and not too accessible. There were high ledges and doors to open that could not be done by one person and staff were very helpful. The elevators are also very small but never very busy.

We were a little disappointed with the food at the buffet and also in the dining room. It often was overcooked and dry and not too tasty. The toast especially was like trying to eat dry leather and it was never warm. The eggs were ordered "sunny side up" and often were overcooked or undercooked. We were disappointed with the food in most venues. The Prime dinner we had was very good but that is $35.00 per person extra.

We had an inside accessible cabin that was very spacious and had lots of storage and the bathroom was large and easy to use. The bed and pillows were excellent. Andre was the cabin attendant and did a good job.

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We had an inside accessible cabin. It had a very comfortable bed and pillows and spacious and easy to get around with my scooter. Very quiet and in a great location.

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