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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 (JB)
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Cabin B527
Azura Discruff@btconnect.com
Very clean. Steward very helpful polite and happy. Spacious and comfortable.
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Cabin B210
Birthday Treat Pussyfoot1963
Cabin lovely and spacious,not enough coat hangers so take extra, P&O let you take acholol on board which you can drink in your room which went down well sat on the balcony watching the sun set. Room service very prompt - nothing to much trouble - as an extra treat try the champagne breakfast (25.00 pounds including half a bottle of champagne)
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Cabin B620
Transatlantic Cruise Niall Fleming
Tired. Cracks in the shower cubicle, carpet not vacuumed for a month, décor shabby, television and in cabin entertainment poor, balcony not cleaned very often (we set traps). Sheets not changed until approaching St Maarten, no mattress protector, pillows poor.
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Cabin C310
Great Cruise Pompeyboy
Normal cabin layout but benefits from the bigger balcony so would recommend.
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Cabin b422
Unforgetable tesco78
Very good,Made really good by our cabin person Robert
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Cabin 530
Excellent location mid ship on level 11. Lots of room, hanging space, drawers and storage.
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Cabin B616
Azura review Davecruisemad
Clean and functional. We wanted a double bed and assured by Thomson when we booked this was not a problem as the single bed for our son was a drop down bed from the ceiling. This has been the case for the last 5 we have been on. Once onboard the steward was not happy that we had pushed the two single beds together. He stated it was against health and safety. Rubbish. I went to reception and explained we were having the beds together and that was how it would be. I had to sign a disclaimer but that was fine. The steward seemed angry and made himself scarce for the entire cruise. Poor. P and o, sort this out as it does not explain this in your brochure. Not good enough.
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Cabin B423
Disappointing Azura carolynne15

Cabin was a nice size shower is really small though but done its job


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Cabin B515

Good cabin mid ship, and was quiet. No complaints really Beds were comfortable, wardrobe was the one of the best I've ever had space wise - it was like a walk in wardrobe. Drawer space was a bit lacking. There were tea and coffee making facilities and biscuits which was a bonus. Bathroom was a bit disappointing but had nothing to compare with other ships (at this point).


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Cabin B708

Cabin B708... spacious cabin, comfortable bed. A little noisy.


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Cabin B739
Cabin B739. Lovely cabin, all we required. Bed; balcony; bathroom; quiet at night.
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Cabin B622
B622 - plenty big enough, balcony OK for two. Quiet, but close to lifts & stairs
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Cabin B343
Never Again! Dr. Glyn Williams
Cabin was fine although the shower was a trifle small. The wardrobe space was more accessible than that provided on the QM2. The cabin was quite near the lifts but they caused no problem. The biggest nuisance was the incessant sound from the various performances elsewhere on the ship. P and O have written to tell me that this is a ship with "buzz". It certainly is. Will not use P&O again.
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