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11 Reviews
Daily steward service, Interactive TV, radio and telephone, Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator, Tea/coffee making facilities, Air conditioning, Picture mirror, Vanity/writing desk and chair, Wardrobe and drawer space, Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed (based on 2 sharing), Bathroom with shower and WC, Special touches: Mineral water on arrival, Luxurious pamper pack.

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Plenty of storage for clothes and space for cases. Good size queen bed. Very clean
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B311
Gutted robo45
Cabin was clean.
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E103
Azura - 17 Nights Med Ricardo Ryanio

E103- Cabin fine but adjacent to Crew area where regular parties were held into the early hours of the morning. Loud music, doors slamming continued to disturb us during the night. Despite numerous complaints the Hotel Management staff failed to rectify the situation and ignored our difficulties. Very disappointed with P&O's onboard treatment of us.


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Great inside cabin midship D deck. Very clean, bright and roomy. The best lit cabin we have ever had on a cruise ship. The shower cubicle was small but the shower extremely powerful.


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B245
Great time on Azura Linda Adcock
have always gone for mid ship cabins in the past but had little choice on this occasion so we were more forward than I would have liked. When in rough seas the cabin creaked so much that it kept us awake at night as well as experiencing more movement. Only time we noticed noise outside was when an American couple walked past. Fortunately they were the only American couple on the cruise.
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A520
Inside stateroom - a good size, very clean and with better than the average artwork. Very quiet, just the low hum of the air-conditioning. The deluxe balcony stateroom was large comfortable and the balcony enough for four to sit and have a glass of champagne which was already in the cabin. Very quiet, just the low hum of the air-conditioning.
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Ours was an inside cabin on Lido deck. It was much as we expected as we have had inside cabins before. It was in a good location as it was easy to get out on deck and although near the door to the outside deck was not noisy from the outside or the corridor. I believe we were under part of the Spa and we heard a noisy 'dragging' sound around 5 ish each evening. This did not last long and didn't bother us as we were not usually in our cabin at this time - though it might have disturbed other occupants if they were on first sitting dinner and getting ready at this time.
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R328
Family room with tip up bunks on each wall. Works best as two single beds. Can be a twin but access restricted by bunks. Very small if used as a family room.
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