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Daily steward service, Interactive TV, radio & telephone, Safe, hairdryer & refrigerator, Tea/coffee making facilities, Air conditioning, Picture window, Vanity/writing desk & chair, Wardrobe & drawer space, Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed (based on 2 sharing), Bathroom with shower & WC, Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors leading to balcony with coffee table & recliner chairs, Special touches: Mineral water on arrival, Luxurious pamper pack.

Balcony Stateroom (JA)
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Cabin C418
Butlins on Water Extremely-Disappointed
Smelt of stale urine, not hoovered during our stay and having picked up several long blonde hairs from he side of the bed I doubt it had been properly cleaned for some time!
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Cabin r512
Well appointed with English sockets
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Cabin R512
Not the biggest - but we did have the balcony
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Cabin A104
Cabin A104 a forward balcony cabin and our abode for 7 nights is well thought out and spacious, designing the cabin in such a way provides lots of clothes hanging space and plenty room to place a number of suit cases underneath. Particularly liked this as it means the rest of the main room space isn't cluttered by empty suitcases for the rest of the cruise! Nicely appointed with a dressing table, comfortable chair, fridge, flat screen TV and most importantly a comfortable bed. Being at the very front of the ship the cabin is noticeably very quiet due to its location at the end of the corridor, no constant traffic of people walking past and no engine or propulsion noises. It is at the front so expect to feel like your at sea, its a bonus for me but if you like less movement its not going to be for you! Note A104 does have a glass fronted balcony and not steel as per the P and O description, this will also apply to A103 too. Cabin steward, Wilson, 10 out of 10, very caring and great attention to detail.
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Cabin A509
I would prefer to call it a rabbit hutch! Room was kept clean by the cabin staff, but very poor value for money paid!
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Cabin B234
Going Back to Princess christinem99
Clean and steward was friendly
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Cabin R503
Brilliant cruise lilianm.hunt

Cabin was clean and comfortable and well serviced by Abdul the steward. We had plenty of storage space anf although the bathroom was a little small - there were plenty of clean towels and nice toiletries. We were disturbed early in the morning by people moving sunbeds on the deck above.

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Cabin R601

Cabin was okay , again décor etc looked a bit dated and tired. Cabin steward was excellent, these guys work really hard and rely on getting "EXCELLENT" from all the cabins they look after on each trip, if they don't get excellent that has an impact on their bonus from the auto gratuity , another con.

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Cabin was very good and large

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Cabin R201

Barring a few instances...great time...thank you all.

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Cabin A226
P&O First & Last cynicalscotsman

Cabin was good! No complaints!

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Cabin C731
Great time wendychloecruiser

Very good location. The cabin was clean. The bed was absolutely horrible. There was also an incessant knocking behind the bed that would not be remediated without earplugs.

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Cabin R342
Disappointment mainly notanothercruise
Deck 14 midships, a good position but noise from above and a greater noise from the music when it's played. No sun on the balcony, may be a good thing where hot.One step up and you are on the Lido deck, quite handy. The cabin size not large, enough storage, a tiny shower cubicle- don't drop your soap! The decor fairly depressing.A kettle in cabin, good point.
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Cabin A514
Balcony cabin - good wardrobe space but overall cabin was small with very little seating space i.e. no sofa I can't believe P&O still use shower curtains Beware of smokers!!!!
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Cabin R605
R605 Midships cabin we had was under Venezia self-service restaurant and we had no noise from above or from adjacent cabins. We did have continuouis air-conditioning noise, mainly from corridor outside room, but I have had worse in hotel rooms in hot climates and we did get used to it. View and privacy were excellent.
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Cabin A501
A501 Balcony cabin. Mid ship and no probs at all.
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Cabin B704
Time for a Change Jean Townsend
B704 absolutely brilliant, quiet but not too far from lifts, and being midship sailed really well on this cruise.
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Cabin 503
Some Winter Sun Shine Roger Thomas
Shower cubical far too small.
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We were on Australia Deck which we found quiet on most days. Cabin A523 as expected but slightly disappointed in the size of balcony as the chair could not be put straight forward and only one foot stool so used small table as a foot stool.
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it was ok not special
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Cabin A531
Small but well designed. Walk in wardrobe. Lacking in drawer spaced. Good location being midship. Some sun shade from overhang that covers the Riviera deck above. Good position to get to the Atrium or to the rear for the buffet restaurants, seventeen, Manhattan Bars etc. Quiet, never heard corridor noise.
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