The Azamara Quest Continent Suite is ideal for those who like more space. Indeed, this entry-level suite is a stylish retreat that is much bigger than regular staterooms. What’s more it has a designer bathroom, not to mention an extra large veranda as well as perks like butler service and in-suite bar set-up.
The living space in an Azamara Quest Continent Suite is like a junior suite in a hotel. It has a combined sleeping and sitting area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that lead on to the veranda. The decor is stylish, in tones of cream and charcoal with gleaming chrome highlights.
In the sitting area there is a small dining table and two mismatched chairs – an armchair and a somewhat uncomfortable desk chair. We thought this made the seating arrangement awkward, especially at meal times.
The Azamara Continent Suite has a comfortable bed (medium-firm feel) which can be configured as either a queen or twin set up. It is framed by a padded headboard as well as oddly shaped nightstands.
These were nonetheless handy for storing personal effects like reading glasses. There are also multidirectional reading lamps and bedside USB-A charging points. However, it’s worth noting that without an adaptor these are only compatible with older devices.
There is a writing desk with ample room for laptops and devices. In addition, there are two US and one European power outlets.
Extra large veranda
We especially enjoyed the big veranda. In fact it is almost twice the width of those in regular staterooms, with space for an outdoor dining setting and chairs.
The veranda in the Continent Suite is a private haven where you can relax and enjoy the ocean views.
Continent Suite bathroom
The bathroom is sure to please. Not only because it looks great, but because clever design makes it feel bigger than it really is.
There is a large, walk-in rain water shower as well as a separate hand-held shower and a handy foot-rest. The hotel-style vanity has a Hollywood-style mirror which we liked.
Editors note: The glass shower door in our suite was prone to leaking.
There is also plenty of storage space under the vanity and on the shelves. Indeed, it’s worth noting that some bathrooms in some suites (like 8057) have even more shelf space.
There is also a selection of Eco-Boutique toiletries including a petit, motel-style soap.
The Azamara Quest Continent Suite includes butler service, which is a real treat. Indeed, your butler is there to make your voyage extra special. He can help with almost anything, from packing or making restaurant reservations, to booking shore excursions and spa treatments. In a way he’s like a personal concierge.
But it’s the little things that really make the butler service special. For instance, our butler quickly learned we enjoyed canapés and champagne before dinner. So he’d delight in arriving with them each evening. Your butler can also serve afternoon tea, or even dinner course-by-course.
The Azamara Quest Continent suite has plenty of storage space. Indeed, the storage has been designed around Azamara’s longer voyages, with extra space for large quantities of luggage.
There is a closet with hanging space for two cases full of clothing, as well as three extra large, versatile drawers. We found these especially handy for keeping bulky items and cold weather attire.
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