Azamara Quest cabins and suites

Azamara Quest staterooms review, floor plans, photos


Azamara Quest cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations, including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by Azamara Cruises en-suite amenities and services.

The Azamara Quest cruise ship cabins page is conveniently interlinked with its deck plans showing deck layouts combined with a legend and review of all onboard venues.

Club World Owners Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club World Owners Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:6
Cabin size:600 ft2 / 56 m2
Balcony size:215 ft2 / 20 m2
Location (on decks):aft on decks 6-7-8
Type (categories):(CW) Club World Owners Suite / Penthouse Suites

Club Ocean Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club Ocean Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:4
Cabin size:540 ft2 / 50 m2
Balcony size:175 ft2 / 16 m2
Location (on decks):forward on decks 6, 7
Type (categories):(CO) Club Ocean Suite / Royal Suites

Club Spa Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club Spa Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:2
Staterooms number:2
Cabin size:310 ft2 / 29 m2
Balcony size:75 ft2 / 7 m2
Location (on decks):forward-portside on deck 9
Type (categories):(SP) Club Spa Suite

Club Continent Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club Continent Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:32
Cabin size:235 ft2 / 22 m2
Balcony size:60 ft2 / 6 m2
Location (on decks):8
Type (categories):(N1-midship, N2-aft) Club Continent Suite / Mini Suites

Club Veranda Balcony Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club Veranda Balcony Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:199
Cabin size:175 ft2 / 16 m2
Balcony size:V (40 ft2 / 4 m2), VX (60 ft2 / 6 m2)
Location (on decks):V1 (deck 8), V2-V3 (decks 6, 7), VX (forward and aft on decks 6, 7, 8)
Type (categories):(X-Guaranteed, AX-Handicap, V1, V2, V3, VX-Deluxe) Club Veranda Stateroom / Balcony cabins

Club Oceanview Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club Oceanview Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:94
Cabin size:obstructed (145 ft2 / 14 m2), porthole / picture window (170 ft2 / 16 m2), accessible (255 ft2 / 24 m2)
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):3, 4, 6 (Obstructed), 7
Type (categories):(Y-Guarantee, 04-Large, 05, 06, 07, 08-Obstructed, 09, 10, 11, 12) Club Oceanview / Outside cabins

Club Interior Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Azamara Quest Club Interior Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:26
Cabin size:160 ft2 / 15 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):4, 7, 8
Type (categories):(Z-Guaranteed, 09, 10, 11, 12) Club Interior / Inside cabins

Azamara Quest cabins review

Of all Azamara Quest staterooms, 241 have step-out balconies (of total 355 outside cabins). The cruise ship has a total of 361 staterooms, including 44 Suites, 199 Balcony, 94 Oceanview, 26 Inside. Handicap cabins (wheelchair-accessible, ADA-certified for disabled passengers) are only 5 (2x Balcony, 2x Oceanview, 1x Interior).

Four elevators (2x Forward and 2x Aft passenger lifts) interconnect all decks.

Follows the review of Azamara Quest staterooms as furniture, price-included amenities, and complimentary services:

All Azamara Quest cabins have bedroom (2 twin beds /convertible to queen, deluxe mattresses, pillow menu, 2x regular plus 2x decorative pillows, deluxe bedding sets /Egyptian cotton linens, under bed luggage storage space, bedside tables with lamps), living room (double sofa bed / loveseat with throw pillows, coffee table, vanity desk with chair, ice bucket), walk-in closet (safe, mini-fridge / mini-bar), smart HDTV (infotainment system, 40-inch TV in inside-oceanview-balcony rooms), bathroom (WC, single sink vanity, magnifying mirror, under-sink storage, above-toilet shelves, shower), individual air-conditioning (room temperature control), 110-220 V voltage (2x European plus 2x USA standard power outlets). Underneath each of the bedside reading lights, there are USB outlets/chargers. The hairdryer is in a desk cabinet. Personal safe and mini-fridge are located in the closet. Cabin access is via keycards.

Bathrooms are rather smaller, with tiny showers (with curtains). Bathroom amenities include brand shampoo (About Rose), conditioner, body wash, and lotion.

As additional bedding, Inside cabins have Pullman beds (pulled down from the ceiling), while Oceanview and Verandah rooms are with pullout sofas.

The Infotainment / interactive TV system allows Internet access, room service ordering, checking onboard accounts, restaurant, and bar menus, movies-on-demand, live webcams views, Azamara Cruises channel for news, information, itinerary-based enrichment lectures and port talks).

All Suites and Balcony cabins have private verandas (with floor-ceiling sliding doors). All balconies are furnished with 1 table (height suitable for dining) and 2 wicker chairs.

The list of complimentary amenities (available in all Azamara Quest cabins and suites) includes – fresh fruits basket (daily replenished), bottles of water (1 per passenger, replenished daily), fresh flowers, in-cabin dining (turn-down sweets, afternoon canapes /upon request), personal stationery, Azamara Cruises tote bag, terry bathrobes and slippers, shoeshine service, binoculars and umbrellas. Mini-bars have complimentary sodas and beers, plus alcoholic drinks for purchase.

Inside staterooms are with 2 twin beds (convertible), and some have an additional sofa bed.

Oceanview staterooms are in 3 main categories: obstructed, porthole and picture windows, plus wheelchair-accessible (largest in size). These outside staterooms have a small sitting area (convertible twin beds, vanity table, armchair, sofa / some with sofa bed). Category 4 rooms (on deck 6 and 7) are larger (with 200 ft2 / 19 m2 interior space). Category 8 (obstructed view) rooms are with Panorama Window. Category 6 rooms are with Porthole Window.

Balcony cabins (Verandah categories) have sofa beds (some are with armchairs, some with convertible sofas).

Guests in all Azamara Quest suite accommodations additionally receive the following perks (complimentary bonus amenities): butler services (priority check-in, luggage delivery, baggage packing/unpacking, debarkation, tendering, dining reservations),  en-suite dining (incl Afternoon Tea service), shoeshine, pressing (2 items), welcome gifts (plus your choice premium liquor bottle), wet bar setup (375 ml bottles – Bacardi Gold Rum, Bombay Sapphire Gin, Johnnie Walker Red, Stolichnaya Vodka, juices), complimentary specialty restaurants dining. Additional complimentary perks are daily hors-d'oeuvres, specialty coffees/teas, soft drinks, bottled water, in-room spa services.

Continent Suites (Sky Suites) are sized 265 ft2 / 25 m2 (plus 60 ft2 / 6 m2 balcony space) and feature red and beige color scheme. All Continent Suites are located on deck 8, each with large sitting area (convertible sofa, armchair, table, 55-inch TV), writing desk (with lighted mirror above, USB outlets), larger closet, larger bathroom (with bathtub). Portside Continent Suites are with bathtubs and sofa beds; while starboard Continent Suites are with glass-door shower (no bathtub) and armchair (no sofa bed).

Ocean Suites (Royal Suites, forward location) range in size from 440 to 500 ft2 (21-46 m2), with spacious balconies (ranging in size from 105 to 155 ft2 / 10-14 m2) furnished with 2-seat dining table and 2 loungers. Each of those has separate living room (4-seat dining table, 55-inch TV, floor-ceiling sliding windows leading to the balcony), master bedroom (king-size bed, 40-inch TV, floor-ceiling sliding doors leading to the balcony), large walk-in closet, dressing room (mirrored vanity table, chair), marble master bathroom (jacuzzi bathtub, glass shower), guest bathroom.

World Suites (Penthouse Suites, sized 560 ft2 / 52 m2) are with aft location and have the largest balconies (sized 235 ft2 / 22 m2, with 2-seat dining table, 2 loungers). Azamara World Suite’s layout and amenities are the same as of Ocean Suites.

(NEW) Both Spa suites (located on Deck 9 portside) feature a separate rain shower and a glass-enclosed bathtub – both with ocean view. Spa Suites are sized 355 ft2 (33 m2) plus veranda (55 ft2 / 5 m2, with 2 loungers). The cabin plan also shows bathroom (double-sink vanity, glass-enclosed jacuzzi bathtub, separate shower tower /rain head, body jets), 2x beds (convertible to queen), sofa bed, 55-inch TV, plenty of storage space (walk-in closet, bedroom, and bathroom drawers). Both Spa Suites don’t have under bed storage space. Among the bonus perks for Spa Suite guests are Spa concierge service, Spa credit, luxury robes and slippers (by Frette), in-room dining (afternoon snacks), private spa terrace exclusive access, plus a complimentary romance package (“Nights in Private Places”, that otherwise costs USD 395).

24-hour Room Service is complimentary. Breakfast (served between 6:30 – 10 am) must be ordered by 1 am (via cards on the doorknob). Room Service breakfast menu offers 8 combinations, plus made-to-order items (eggs, omelets, steak, griddle, and baked food, cold meats, bagels, pancakes, waffles, French toast, cereals, fruits, yogurts, juices). Lunch and Dinner room service menus are the same, offering beef consomme (brew with roasted beef bones and mirepoix), chicken noodle soup, salads (Caprese /mozzarella, Caesar, spinach), club sandwiches (also with seafood), platters (incl chips and salsa), pizzas (3 types), pasta Bolognese, NY strip steak, BBQ chicken tenders and grilled sandwiches, oven-baked salmon, vegetarian (incl burger, lasagna, quesadillas, cheese pizza), chocolate chip cookies, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. Also available for in-cabin ordering are items from the Main Dining Room’s lunch and dinner menu (only during the MDR’s open hours).

Azamara Quest cabin and suite plans are property of Azamara Cruises . All floor plans are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.