Choice of inside or outside cabin Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed Bathroom with bath, shower and WC or shower and WC Wardrobe and drawer space Two seater sofa, chair and table Vanity table/writing desk TV and radio Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator Tea/coffee making facilities Direct dial telephone Large picture mirror (inside cabins) or picture window (outside cabins) Fully air-conditioned.
Cabin was bijou, but clean with excellent storage. There was plenty of room for all the contents of our four cases.
The bed was very comfortable, in fact we slept better than we do at home. This may have been due to the complete darkness of our inside cabin which made us lose all sense of time. We had to make use of the alarm on the phone several times to stop us sleeping all day! The air con in the room was very efficient, as it was in the whole ship (except for the gym!)
Loved the White Company products in the bathroom and the kettle, tea and biscuits in the room, essential for us Brits who need a cuppa first thing.
Our cabin steward Jannet was excellent. Not only friendly and polite, but her attention to detail was excellent. Everyday the room was immaculately clean and we loved the touch of having chocolates on our turned down bed at night. Nothing was too much trouble for Jannet. Read entire member review >>
As in my general review.
Good cabin with twice the storage space that we needed. Well laid out
Good shower ( it did playup at the end of the cruise) good pressure and stable temperature
Good lighting in the cabin and the shower room. Loads of storage space in the shower room
Lovely bed and bedding
The TV was ok, I thought the remote was too simple and needed at least a "sleep" button
However a real downside to this cabin is its very very noisy and a good nights sleep is impossible with the roaring sounds behind the wall when sailing. I didnt get used to it during the 21 nights spent in the cabin Read entire member review >>
Because of booking fairly late there wasn't a lot of choice, and we were on the lowest passenger deck in inside cabin F119. Turned out to be a good position, close to the self-service laundry for some first-day ironing, and on the same level as reception - at the bottom deck of the three-tier Atrium. The cabin was more than adequate with good storage and wardrobe space, decent bathroom (shower only), and well-furnished. It was well-kept by our steward, Domingos, who looked after us well. The big plus with P and O is, of course, the provision of a kettle, tea and coffee in the cabin! Read entire member review >>
C161 was an OD Category Inside Cabin. It was situated in a very quiet area of the ship. It was the most peaceful accommodation that we have had since we commenced cruising. Storage was excellent. Bathroom and shower rather cramped. Shower area would benefit from a strong handrail. Shower Gel bottle on wall was a hindrance. Read entire member review >>
Having booked the most basic inside cabin it was a good standard, well designed, sensible, everything worked, the shower was fairly good, the waterworks were quiet and we could not hear the cabin next door. there was enough room to unpack and loose our cases. there was only one UK mains socket and no US sockets. there was a fridge , hair drier and quiet kettle. Read entire member review >>
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