We wanted to explore the Caribbean and had heard some good reports about P and O. The ship and holiday largely met our expectations.
However,In our opinion there were too many formal nights....four out of fourteen is surely over the ...
We went on a Caribbean cruise on the Ventura in 2014, and loved it and we decided to do another in the near future.
This year we chose the Azura.
It would have been good if someone had shown you how to get to your cabin, you are ...
Recently arrived back from Azura cruise 21 Jan-4 Feb 17. The cruise was generally fine but there is much that can be improved. The 65% reviewers approval rating is a fair assessment.
We had a bad start to our holiday on the flight to ...
We cruised for the 1st time on Azura last year ( canaries) and loved every second so we were confident on booking with P&O and Azura again this time.
Flight from Birmingham supposed to be a Dreamliner but wasn't . They tried hard ...
This was a special treat for a birthday.
The activities on board were very poor with an emphasis on darts, bingo, selling diamonds and cosmetic procedures.We had hoped there would be talks on the Caribbean etc but the only ...
The flight was terrible worst seats ever, we were told it would be a Dreamliner and ended up with a 767-300.Arrived shattered same on the way back P&O note change airlines.
Embarkation went better than normal as we were the 1st ...
So many people had recommended P & O so we decided to try. Itinerary was perfect each Island was great. The ship however was a different matter. cabin (we had a balcony) was average with very few little extras to suprise you each ...
The cruise itinerary fitted perfectly with our Christmas holidays. We booked well in advance because it was expensive over the festive period and we like a balcony cabin.
Our flights from Manchester to New Orleans and back from ...
Having previously sailed the Baltic in Arcadia, we decided on this fly cruise to New Orleans, Florida and the Caribbean over Christmas.
We flew from Birmingham Int Airport which was overflowing, took us over an hour in the queue to get ...
Cruise review azura 10th December to 8th January 2017 _____________________________________________________
We had reasonable flight with Thomas Cook from Manchester and paid extra legroom for exit seats. Flight went faster than we ...
We have been away for Christmas and New Year cruises for several years now - not always on P&O. This was our second time on Azura. The first was 6 years ago when the ship did the same 28 night trip although the ports of call were in a ...
We have cruised many times and were on the Azura for 4 weeks over Christmas & New Year 2016/2017.
The Thomson flights to and from Barbados were fine but a little late, and you now have to pay for drinks, except for water. Tea and ...
We had sailed on Azura in January 2016 and had a great cruise. We were delighted to repeat that lovely experience.
P and O use charter flights from Manchester, our local airport, and both the direct flights on the ...
This was our First Christmas and New Year Cruise and maybe our last?, we flew from Manchester on a 767-300, "it was strongly hinted it would be a dream liner but sadly not" this was our first long haul Flight and the last, (mind ...
This was our second P&O cruise, the first being a four day mini-cruise which failed to meet nearly all of our expectations. So it was with some trepidation that we booked a two week Caribbean cruise (Dec 2016).
Flights were with ...
It was the first cruise I had been on in around 10 years, having always traveled previously with Royal Caribbean. My partner and I were recommended to try P&O by a friend, who suggested they catered far better for the British market. ...
P & O were brilliant in sitting their singleton guests and my fear of feeling a bit surplus was overcome by the grace and friendliness of the restaurant staff.. and my very lovely fellow diners. Each evening we grouped round our table ...
Having never cruised on P&O before and finding they had the best Itinerary and package for our trip before Christmas we decided to give it a go. We arrived at LGW and checked in perfectly on our flight.
We had reserved the ...
Birmingham to Bridgetown Barabados Thomson Dreamliner- 2 meals included Excellent food and tea.
Next time we saw our suitcases was in our cabin that evening.
Straight from the aircraft to the P&O shed checkin in Barbados- very ...
This was our ( with my wife) first cruise on P and O and only our second overall. We had a balcony cabin towards the rear of the ship . It was fairly good; I have been in smaller hotel rooms in London and Paris! The bed was great and i can ...
To begin with, it’s only fair to say that all things considered, our time with the P&O Azura on this 15 night Caribbean cruise was good. The crew, accommodation, facilities and entertainment were excellent. The restaurant food ...
Hygiene was a concern, a used tissue on the gangway on embarkation. Cabin was OK, but was unwell and had nosebleeds, told by cabin steward when asking for clean sheets that this was not a hotel and they change the sheets every 3 days. No ...
Azura Transatlantic: not the cruise from Hell! Warning: long review!
Just back from this cruise, with my oldest friend; it was certainly “interesting” and actually made me realise how P and O cruises (of which this was my ...
I wanted to go to Paris from Le. Harve. Also wanted to go to Amsterdam . Paris tour was wonderful. Our driver took us to all the main sites then we had free time in Paris. The weather was glorious for October, best tour ever.
On reflection to a nice break from the normal grind of everyday life I fell our holiday was simply 'nice'. A Nice ship, nice food, nice people.... what was lacking was a WOW! Which is a shame,as in my head P&O was up there in what i ...
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