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Picking the Best Cabins on the Azamara Quest

A deck-by-deck analysis of the Azamara Quest's best and worst cabins.

Looking for the best cabins on the Azamara Quest? Want to find the cabin with a little larger balcony than most? And what about staying away from undesirable cabins on the Azamara Quest? How do you avoid the worst cabins on the Azamara Quest?

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Azamara Quest Best & Worst Staterooms: Summary
Best Cabins onboard the Azamara Quest: staterooms on Decks 7 and 8.
Cabins to be wary of onboard the Azamara Quest: staterooms on Decks 4 and 6.

Deck-by-Deck Breakdown of the Best and Worst Cabins onboard the Azamara Quest

Deck 3

Cabins on Deck 3 of the Azamara Quest are reasonably well situated to avoid much noise from the public areas on Deck 4.

  • Cabins 3027 and 3025 are larger than average and wheelchair accessible on Deck 3 of the Quest.
  • There are only five cabins on the Quest's Deck 3, and all are Club Ocean View Staterooms.

Related: Azamara Quest Deck 3 Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

Deck 4

***CruiseAdvice.org Warning ***
Many cabins on this deck with potential problems.
Cabins on Deck 4 of the Azamara Quest are just beneath Deck 5 public venues, which include the Cabaret Lounge and the casino. With that in mind, there are going to be some staterooms which have noise concerns lasting into the wee hours overhead.

  • Of the four inside cabins on Deck 4 of the Quest, 4028 and 4034 are the largest, and are wheelchair accessible.
  • Interior cabin 4035 is oddly shaped and a bit larger than standard.
  • On Deck 4 of the Quest, exterior cabins 4000-4010 port side and 4001-4011 starboard are under the Cabaret Lounge. This could mean noise during performances, as well as before and after when staff are cleaning. This shouldn't be much of an hours concern, however.
  • Exterior cabins 4018-4046 port side and 4021-4045 starboard, as well as inside staterooms 4028, 4034, 4038, and 4035 have the casino above them, and this a potential after hours noise issue. If you are light sleeper, you may prefer to find a cabin elsewhere on the ship, bring earplugs or consider investing in a wave machine (a sound device available at a specialty retailer like Brookstone -- produces pleasant sounds that can wipe out the unpleasant sounds). 
  • Some of the worst cabins onboard the Azamara Quest are on Deck 4. While we are not suggesting the cabins on this deck should be completely avoided, there are staterooms on other decks which will be quieter.

Related: Azamara Quest Deck 4 Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

Deck 6

***CruiseAdvice.org Warning ***
Some cabins on this deck with potential problems.
Staterooms on Deck 6 of the Azamara Quest have several busy public areas on Deck 5 just below them. This includes the casino and lounge areas, which can generate after hours noise. However, there are some nice staterooms available, especially in the aft section of this deck!

  • On the Quest's Deck 6, exterior staterooms 6000-6028 port side and 6001-6013 starboard, as well as interior cabins 6010 and 6011 are over the Cabaret Lounge. This could very well mean that there could be noise issues during performances, and before and after shows when staff are cleaning.
  • Forward, Club Ocean Suites 6002 and 6003 are among the most spacious to be reserved on the Quest. Each has 440-501 sq. ft. of interior space and a 233 sq. ft. veranda!
  • Located forward between the Club Ocean Suites are Club Deluxe Veranda Staterooms (6000 and 6001). These have great views of the ocean on the Quest's Deck 6!
  • Inside cabins 6032-6040 and 6035-6043 are over the casino. If you are looking for an interior stateroom, quieter options are available on Deck 6.
  • Exterior cabins 6076-6090 port side and 6059-6093 starboard are over the main dining room. Noise is not likely to be as much of a concern, however. The main dining room early morning prep and after hours clean up noise is most likely to be heard from a stateroom underneath the first floor of the main dining room. (Thanks to the thoughtfulness in the design of the Azamara Quest, there are no cabins under the main dining room.)
  • Aft, the most luxurious accommodations of all on the Quest's Deck 6 are the Club World Owners Suites 6088 and 6091. These suites have 560 sq. ft. interior space and 233 sq. ft. verandas which command beautiful ocean views.
  • Club Deluxe Veranda Staterooms 6090 and 6093 are nestled between the Club World Owners Suites on Deck 6 of the Quest. In addition to having majestic ocean views, these two staterooms are in a great location for excellent service!

Related: Azamara Quest Deck 6 Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

Deck 7

***CruiseAdvice.org Favorite Deck ***
Highly rated by our cruise experts!
Deck 7 is a wonderful deck because cabins are just above and beneath you, and these tend to buffer noise that can be generated from public venues! Because the arrangement of the accommodations most forward and aft are identical to those on Deck 6, you can find the same luxurious suites on Deck 7, and these will likely be quieter.

  • Forward on the Quest's Deck 7, Club Ocean Suites 7004 and 7005 have great ocean views.
  • Club Deluxe Veranda staterooms 7000 and 7001 are between the two Club Ocean Suites, and will have the same forward view of the ocean on the Quest!
  • If you are interested in an inside cabin, Deck 7 of the Azamara Quest is the best place to find one. All of them will be quieter than those available on the other decks. Because there are only 12 interior staterooms on this deck, and due to their very desirable location, we suggest that you reserve one as early as possible if this is your preference!
  • Exterior cabins 7008-7112 port side and 7009-7117 starboard all have verandas on Deck 7 of the Quest.
  • Aft on the Quest's Deck 7, Club World Owners Suites 7114 and 7119 are the most spacious accommodations of all, and each has a beautiful ocean view.
  • Tucked between the Club World Owners Suites, Club Deluxe Veranda Suites 7116 and 7121 are smaller but have that incredible aft view of the ocean.

Related: Azamara Quest Deck 7 Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

Deck 8

***CruiseAdvice.org Favorite Deck ***
Highly rated by our cruise experts!
Deck 8 is arguably the high-rent district of the ship. The best cabins onboard the Azamara Quest are generally onboard Deck 8. This is where all the suites and penthouse category cabins are located. Given that this is where the high-dollar cabins are, this is also where the Azamara Quest's best cabin stewards are usually assigned.

  • Luxury minded travelers need to be aware of the fact that the Deck 9 Lido pool and cafe areas are above some of the staterooms and suites on Deck 8 of the Quest. Exterior cabins 8012-8052 port side and 8015-8055 starboard, as well as interior cabins 8018-8051 are under the pool area. Inside staterooms will likely be most affected by any noise from the pool areas, especially when staff are cleaning. You could hear scraping of deck chairs after hours, for example.
  • Club Veranda Staterooms 8000-8034 port side and 8001-8037 starboard are more forward on Deck 8 of the Quest, and likely to be quieter than some of the other accommodations on this deck.
  • The most elite section of Deck 8 of the Azamara Quest is aft (suites 8036-8088 port side and 8039-8091 starboard). Here you will find the Club Continent Suites and the two Club World Owners Suites (8088 and 8091). As mentioned the Club World Owners Suites are the most spacious and luxurious of suites on the Quest, and these both have great aft views of the ocean.
  • Two Club Deluxe Veranda Suites, 8090 and 8093, are located between the Club World Suites on the Quest's Deck 8. Both have an incredible aft view of the ocean!

Related: Azamara Quest Deck 8 Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

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