All staterooms on the 694-passenger Azamara Quest (and on sister ship Azamara Journey) feature butler service and upgraded amenities such as European bedding with duvet and pillow-top mattress; 100 percent Egyptian-cotton bathrobes; umbrella; binoculars; bottled Evian water; welcome fruit basket; fresh-cut flowers; pillow menu and more.
Suites come with all of that and more: priority check-in and departure; priority luggage delivery; complimentary garment pressing (two items); priority tender service; fragrant drawer liners upon request; silk-wrapped hangers; Hansgrohe showerhead; welcome bottle of champagne; daily fruit basket; daily hors d’oeuvres served in-suite between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. and complimentary espresso/cappuccino when ordered in-suite. Soft drinks are also free of charge when taken from the suite mini-bar.
Also, suite guests receive three nights priority-access dining in the specialty restaurants Prime C and Aqualina. Standard stateroom guests receive two nights. All guests, however, may dine as many times as they like in the specialty restaurants on a space-available basis.
There is no additional charge to dine in the specialty restaurants, but Azamara suggests a $5 gratuity, which may be charged to your stateroom.