Expert review of Azamara Club Cruises
Azamara attracts couples who prefer medium- or small-ship cruising with a resort-casual dress code, as well as those who want to overnight in select ports, allowing for dinner ashore.
Families or intergenerational groups with teens or kids — Azamara's cabins, dining options, pool deck, and shore excursions are geared to a mature clientele.
- AzAmazing Evenings — complimentary nighttime events in port — include concerts, gala receptions, and after-hours museum tours.
- Azamara's wide array of itineraries and destinations offered each year includes voyages between four and 17 nights, visiting 240 ports in 66 countries.
- Complimentary house wines, beers, and spirits are served during regular bar hours — and you can upgrade to premium brands for a fee.
- Free bottled water and chilled towels are offered in the fitness center.
- Gratuities are included in the cruise fare.
- The ships’ size: Both Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest each accommodate 688 passengers, making them never feel too crowded or too quiet — and allowing access to river ports such as Seville, Spain; Bangkok; Bordeaux, France; and Shanghai.
- The self-service laundry and resort-casual dress code make it easy to travel light.
We Could Live Without
- The bathroom configurations of most Azamara staterooms are quite tight.
- The pool and two hot tubs are small, although lounge chairs are plentiful.
Public spaces are dressed in fussy, country-club-like décor — especially the Drawing Room and Martini Bar — and include liberal use of dark brown and green marble.