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Mediterranean & Holy Land dream cruise by Hamilton, Sand Hutton, York

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Azamara Quest

OVERVIEW: Like its sister,Azamara Journey, this ship has the ambience of an old-world country club. Passengers should be pleased with its tasteful, traditional-style interiors.


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Mediterranean & Holy Land dream cruise

Overall Rating: 5
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5 out of 5 people found this useful
Cruise Line:
Azamara Club Cruises
Cruise Ship:
Azamara Quest
Destination:
Mediterranean

Reviewed By: on
Sailed on the Azamara Quest and was very impressed with the whole experience. Our room was a Club Continental Suite and had a luxury feel of a boutique hotel. The room was tastefully decorated, spacious and had plenty of wardrobe & storage space. We had a butler who was wonderful, helpful & courteous. The bathroom was lovely with Elemis toiletries. We ate mostly in the Prime C & Aqaulina restaurants, and the food was scrumptious. Every meal was perfect & beautifully presented. The breakfast buffets were like a feast & made a great start for the day. All the members of staff were polite & courteous and nothing was a problem. The amenities were great and the spa was a calming, relaxing place to go. We have already paid a deposit for our next cruise with Azamara, we just have to choose where to visit - a nice thing to think about!

5 out of 5 people found this useful

Times cruised before: 3-5
Sailed: September, 2011
Age: 46-55
Cabin: Balcony
Occasion: Annual/regular holiday

Quality of Food
Ate in mainly in Prime C & Aqualina. Food fabulous in both. I had the lobster & crab claw starter every night, it was sooooo good.
5

Entertainment
Enjoyed shows. The bar-b-que was a really good night. Also, there was a British guy called Simon, I think, who played guitar & sang. It made for a really nice, relaxing evening after our meal, outside at the bar at the rear of the ship.
5

Shore Excursions
All excursions were great. Jerusalem by far for us was the best - facinating history, culture and the people were so nice. The only place we didn't rate was Paphos - there wasn't really much there to interest us.
4

Staff
Our butler Rafael was fantastic. It was all the little touches that he did for us or remembered that made him stand out. However, we couldn't fault any of the staff either. They were all polite & courteous & went out of their way to help us with anything we asked.
5

Children's Facilities
0

Onboard Activities
There were enough activities to keep us occupied on those days we spent on the ship. The pool was lovely, the spa fabulous. The whole experience was just nice & relaxing.
4

Cabins
A beautiful room. Very spacious with a boutique hotel feel.
5

Overall Rating
5
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Stone -
, Oxford - Commented about this Review
Pleased to read that Quest is as good as I remember it. I have to agree that the food in Aqualina and Prime C is superb and I loved the sushi served in the buffet. I'm counting off the days until my next cruise on her later in the year. Who is the cruise director at the moment? We had Russ Grieve on my last cruise, but I think he has left the ship. - Jan
01 Mar 12 15:46 - Reply - Was this comment useful?
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Crammond - , Leicester - Commented about this Review
Did you get an Israel stamp in yourpassport when you went to Jerusalem?
01 Mar 12 06:52 - Reply - Was this comment useful?
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