Azamara Club Cruises has revealed the planned new look for the suites and staterooms on its ships as part of its Reimagine Azamara project.
The work commences next year, with the company having contracted “several of the world’s leading design consultants” to help transform the suites and staterooms.
Azamara Journey will enter dry dock in January in the Bahamas, and Azamara Quest will follow in April in Singapore.
“Keeping all areas of our ships contemporary in design as well as offering services and amenities that match is paramount,” said Larry Pimentel, president and chief executive of Azamara Club Cruises. “This is why we are so excited to dig into every aspect of our onboard offerings during this upcoming dry dock period.”
The Spa Suites will be two new additions to both ships, built adjacent to the Sanctum Spa, which is being renamed from Azamara Spa and completely redesigned.
Spa Suites will feature a shower and bathtub with a view of the sea and guests in these suites will also have access to spa amenities included in the price of their stay, such as $200 spa credit per suite; Nights in Private Places (1 night); daily delivery of healthy snacks; Frette plush bathrobes and slippers; and in-room spa music.
The Club World Ocean and Owner’s Suites are set to undergo a major “revitalisation” including new sound and lighting systems and enhancements to make the bathrooms much larger with more efficient use of space.
Club Continent Suites are to get a total refresh, with new fabrics and soft furnishings, while in all other staterooms, new blackout curtains, bed linens, furniture, carpeting, lighting, and a bathroom modernisation will be implemented.
The lobby will feature large new display screens showing destination highlights, while full-signal strength WiFi will now be available shipwide. A new in-room TV experience is also being added, with more on-demand entertainment and live TV feeds, along with information on ports and itineraries.
All restaurants - Pool Grill, Discoveries and Windows Cafe - will also be revamped.