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Azamara unveils new room décor, plans spa suites, bath re-do

Club Continental Suite - a top to bottom refresh
Azamara Club Cruises aims for a 'timeless and elegant' look when updating its accommodations as part of early 2016 drydocks. Authentic materials will be used, with stone and porcelain throughout and custom designed built-ins. The colors will be dusted and faded.

Additionally, the bathrooms will be overhauled to make more efficient use of space.

Plus, new spa suites will be built adjacent to the Sanctum Spa. Azamara said they'll feature an elegant look with organic and muted colors. The bathroom shower and tub will have sea views. Travelers in these suites will get exclusive access to special spa amenities that are included in the fare.

The Club World Ocean and Owner’s Suites will undergo major revitalizations. Coffee tables, consoles and dining tables will be replaced with modern furnishings featuring an updated style. New sound and lighting systems are intended to make the overall mood much more inviting and relaxing. The bathrooms willl be enlarged and redesigned for more efficient use of space.

The Club Continent Suites will have a top to bottom refresh that includes new drapes, fabrics and furnishings.

All other staterooms will gain new blackout curtains, bed linens, furniture, carpeting, lighting and modernized bathrooms.

Azamara Journey is scheduled to enter drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard in January while Azamara Quest is booked for a Singapore refurbishment in April.