Azura out of this world: Azura Cruise Review by Derek in Blackpool
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Azura out of this world
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
The size of the Azure was amazing and we did wonder how long it would take us to find our way round but the deck plans on each deck are realy easy to follow and felt at home in no time, Our cabin was adequate for what we had spent & lovely and quiet at night to sleep even though we were on deck 14 (Riviera Deck)Our Cabin steward Moses kept our cabin amazingly clean and nothing was too much trouble - we especially loved the fresh bedding every day as well as the turn down service at night with the chocolate left on your pillow - Great power showers.
We did "Freedom Dining Option" and the food was with one word AMAZING.
Entertainment was top class - just like seeing a west end show, and we saw 3 different shows in our cruise as well as different caberet acts that were of a very high standard.
So much to do you were spoilt for choice and the entertainment team lead by Cruise Director More Bennie were fantastic.
Especially thanks to Karen, Emma, Gareth & Elaine - Felt like family before we disembarked.
Bar staff very attentive and especially loved Mumta in the Breakers Bar and Jay in Brodies - remembered our names within the 1st few drinks and never needed to ask after that (Fantastic)
Room service was included and we used this 2 or 3 times during our cruise - This too was to a very high standard and can honestly say we never had anything we did not completely enjoy.
Ship was immaculately kept and so friendly, on going maintainance and painting all the time.
Ports of call were wonderful and we cannot fault anything.
We made some lovely aquaintances that will become very good friends and we will all sail together again soon we hope. Less
Cabin review: OAR740 Inside Stateroom
Huge walk in closet and adequate shower / Bathroom for what you need. Bed very comfy and loved the feather pillows we requested - Sunlounger towels provided also and was a very nice touchRead All Inside Stateroom (OA) Reviews >>