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Azamara reveals design plans for suites ans staterooms

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Partnering with the design teams, Azamara participated in the very detailed process to choose colours and mood palates along with overall furnishings and fabrics.

LONDON - Azamara Club Cruises has unveiled new design plans for its suites and staterooms as part of the line’s programme to Reimagine Azamara while in dry dock early next year.

Azamara has contracted several of the world's leading design consultants for the hospitality, leisure and entertainment industries, to help transform the suites and staterooms into modern oases at sea. As design teams undertake the project, they look to bring the style and comforts travellers look for in travel to the high seas.

Partnering with the design teams, Azamara participated in the very detailed process to choose colours and mood palates along with overall furnishings and fabrics. The result will be an overall ambiance that is comfortable as well as timeless and elegant. Authentic materials will be used, with beautiful stone and porcelain throughout and custom designed built-ins. Colours will be dusted and faded adding to the overall theme.

The Spa Suites will be two brand new additions to both ships. These suites will be built adjacent to the Sanctum Spa and will feature an elegant look with organic and muted colours. The bathroom shower and tub will have a view of the sea, giving guests the opportunity to experience a breath-taking view when relaxing in their shower or bathtub. Guests who are staying in these suites will also have exclusive access to unique spa amenities that will be included in the price of these staterooms.

The Club World Ocean and Owner’s Suites will undergo major revitalisations. Coffee tables, consoles and dining tables will be replaced with modern furnishings featuring an updated style and overall feel. The sound and lighting systems will also be updated in order to make the overall mood much more inviting and relaxing. Additionally, the bathrooms will get an overhaul making them larger with a much more efficient use of space.

The Club Continent Suites will have a top to bottom refresh that includes new curtains, fabrics and furnishings. Guests will feel truly relaxed and refreshed waking up each day onboard in these deluxe staterooms.

In all other staterooms, guests will see new blackout curtains, bed linens, furniture, carpeting, lighting, and a complete bathroom modernisation. These updates will give guests an enhanced onboard experience which will only add to an exciting and enriching travel experience.

“Azamara is all about Destination Immersion and we spend more time in ports at night and stay overnight to ensure our guests can spend enough time in the destination to come away with an authentic experience. Our AzAmazing Evenings, Nights and Cool Places, Insider Access and Cruise Global, Eat Local are just a few of the programmes we provide guests to make the most of their time in port,” says Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises. “When our guests return to the ship, we recognise the importance of offering accommodation that provides a respite from their adventures and functions like a moving upscale hotel. Keeping all areas of our ships contemporary in design as well as offering services and amenities that match is paramount. This is why we are so excited to dig into every aspect of our onboard offerings during this upcoming dry dock period.”

The Azamara Journey will enter dry dock in January 2016 in the Bahamas, and the Azamara Quest in April 2016 in Singapore.
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