As part of the Reimagine Azamara initiative, Azamara Journey has undergone a bow to stern revitalization, outfitted with modern décor, new venues, public spaces, and technologies as well as new services and amenities to guests.
“There is no area on the ship that has not been touched,” says Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruise. “We can’t wait to have our new and loyal guests onboard to see what we have done. It’s gorgeous and provides all the modern services and amenities that today’s traveler needs and demands. I think we have exceeded expectations.”
Azamara contracted several of the world’s leading design consultants for the hospitality, leisure and entertainment industries, to help transform its ships into modern oases at sea.
Lobby & Inspiration Center – When stepping onboard, you’ll enter the brand-new lobby area and redesigned grand staircase. There is new artwork in this area and throughout the rest of the ship. The Inspiration Center is a giant display includes interactive maps, destination photos, video tours and more to explore and begin planning your next voyage.
Staterooms & Suites – Every stateroom and suite has been redone with custom designs. Beautiful stone and porcelain throughout create an ambiance that is comfortable as well as timeless and elegant. Club World Ocean and Owner’s Suites have been entirely redesigned, and two new Club Spa Suites have been constructed alongside the Sanctum Spa and feature included spa amenities.
Sanctum Spa – The onboard spa, now called The Sanctum, has a new look and feel. The reinvigorated spa looks as relaxing as it sounds. Along with a sleek floor plan and refined gorgeous elements, you can anticipate a holistic health, wellness, and vigor program combining eastern and western wellness treatments.
Discoveries Restaurant & Lounge – Discoveries underwent a modern-day makeover. The décor, lamps, seating, sheers and more are all new in this favorite onboard restaurant.
The Azamara Quest is next to receive the upgrades when it goes in for dry-dock in April 2016 in Singapore.
Source and images courtesy Azamara Club Cruises.