Azamara Club Cruises has released details on its plans to update its guest suites and staterooms during the line's Reimagine Azamara program, which will include a drydock early next year.
Azamara has partnered with several design consultants on a new look that uses stone and porcelain materials throughout, as well as custom designed built-ins. The colors that were selected will be dusted and faded adding to the overall theme.
Additionally, the bathrooms will get an overhaul, making them a much more efficient use of space.
The Spa Suites will be two brand new additions to both ships. These suites will be built adjacent to the Sanctum Spa and will be designed with organic and muted colors. The bathroom shower and tub will have a view of the water. 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 also undergo renovations. 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 and a more efficient use of space.
The Club Continental Suites will have a top to bottom refresh that includes new drapes, fabrics and furnishings.
In all other staterooms, guests will see new blackout curtains, bed linens, furniture, carpeting, lighting, and a complete bathroom modernization.
The Azamara Journey will enter dry dock in January 2016 in the Bahamas, and the Azamara Quest in April 2016 in Singapore.