Accommodation includes a private bedroom with a queen-size bed. Also featured are a sitting room area with a sofa bed and a private balcony big enough for entertaining. Two TV's, a refrigerator, a spacious wardrobe, a bathroom with two basins, bath and shower are just a few of the amenities. Room size averages from 538 to 685 square feet.
We were in Orion Suite , C746 on the aft of the ship which was absolutely incredible. It was spacious and beautifully furnished with a huge balcony . Our butler was called Collin and nothing was too much trouble for him, from helping with the unpacking to bringing a full breakfast to the Suite every morning. We couldn't have asked for more from the accommodation and service within it. Read entire member review >>
Elegant, spacious, huge walk in closet with show rack and belt and tie rack, tons of drawers and shelves. Flat screen tv with swivel, built in dvd player with free access to dvd collection. tons of drawers and storage, laptop computer provided at not charge, access to free wireless printer in concierge lounge. Nice spacious marble bathroom, with separate bath and shower, great working ac that kept room very comfortable. Excellent beds and wonderful linen high count sheets. Huge wide balcony with Chaise lounges and cushions. Extra window in addition to sliding window door to balcony (so lots of light). Read entire member review >>
Cabin overall quite small quite small but acceptable with small balcony and bathroom. Would have like more room in bathroom difficult to dry yourself after shower without banging elbows Read entire member review >>
Our aft suite was incredibly spacious. There is a hallway with a separate entrance to the toilet. The bedroom is separated from the sitting area by a curtain which can be drawn if one wishes. Off the bedroom are doors to the bathroom and the walk in wardrobe. The bathroom has a door into the toilet. There is a separate shower and a jacuzzi bath. The bathroom is large with plenty of room.
The walk in wardrobe has plenty of hanging room, a trouser press, extra drawers, shelves and the safe.
In the bedroom is a chest of drawers, bedside cabinets with drawers and a separate dressing table with more drawers. There is a flat screen tv with a DVD player in the bedroom and another flat screen tv in the sitting area. There is a ceiling to floor window in the bedroom.
In the sitting area is a three seater settee, a table, the height of which can be adjusted, two arm chairs, a wet bar - a sink with shelves at the side where all the glasses are stored. There is a large cupboard under this sink. There is also the tv in this unit with the fridge underneath.
There is a patio door which leads out to the huge balcony. This had a table with four chairs, two steamer loungers, two upright loungers and a small coffee table.
There are over 20 drawers in the suite - loads of storage room. This is the largest suite on a P&O ship we have been on. Fantastic, would have it again in an instant. There was a large selection of White Company products in the bathroom. When we arrived there was champagne on ice, chocolates and a tropical flowering plant. Canapes were delivered every evening. The Butler was charming and helpful. Read entire member review >>
Our suite was very beautiful --essentially similar to a balcony stateroom but larger. A bottle of Champagne and a box of chocolates greeted us. The butler arrived, introduced himself and advised of us of what services were available. Eventually the thrill of a butler wore off, he kept wanting to do things for us we didn't want or need, and we found the butler service somewhat intrusive since he felt free to come into the room uninvited (the doors are heavy --sometimes you don't hear the knock) -- and by the end of our voyage did everything we could to avoid him. Once was nice, I don't think we would want that service again. Read entire member review >>
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