Two lower beds convertible to king-size bed, bathroom with bath, shower and WC or shower and WC. Three single wardrobes and drawer space, two seater corner sofa, chair and table, vanity table/writing desk, TV and radio, Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator, direct dial telephone, large picture mirror.
We were in Cabin C143 and we were disapointed at the lack of space in the bathroom of this OC Inside Cabin. The shower was little more than a gentle trickle. How on earth a really obese person would cope in a cabin of this size beggars belief! Also we thought that the small sofa was an encumbrance and not an asset. Read entire member review.
The overall size of our inside cabin is not large, but sufficient for two people and our luggage. Unfortunately as we booked late (at a good price), we had a 4 berth cabin. The top bunks against the walls caused problems as we had the queen bed arrangement. Also there is no space between the end of the bed and the wardrobe on one side and the desk on the other. The shower was fairly small but the curtain didn't get sucked inwards. The flat-screen TV was a reasonable size. The a/c made the cabin freezing even on the highest setting (this was fixed after complaining).
There was a small fridge which was handy for keeping our supply of Coke & snacks cold. Ice had to be requested (we had a standing order at noon each day). Also if you want a top sheet, ask for it.
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Last minute booking. Told P&O wife was disabled, taking her scooter (small). We were given an inside OC, bunk beds folded against wall, very very small , TOTALLY impossible to put scooter in cabin, until settee waas taken out. scooter only able to enter very narrow door in reverse, ('Health and Safety', stopping scooter being stored in Reception Atrium, just around the corner). Formal nights an absolute nightmare, so we ended up dining in room. Read entire member review.
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