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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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May 2017
Was fine. All smelled nice, looked clean. Only issue was the very slow working TV menu system. Drove me nuts trying to get a film to play off their interactive service.
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Cabin R744
Mar 2017
Cabin R744 Small and compact plenty of room to hang clothes if not enough hangers just ask and wire ones we be sent to you Safe included Bathroom has a shower with a curtain enough space if you only put out a few things nice toiletries
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Cabin P232
Jul 2016
Cabin A729
Jan 2016
plenty of hanging space
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Cabin C528
Dec 2015
P and O gone down hill. By: Samjessenan
Good and well looked after by Kerrrian
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Cabin A524
Dec 2015
Cabin 143
Oct 2015
Azura. By: Novarone
This cabin is designed for two people yet only has one chair ,as P&O States in its blurb all this room is designed for is for you to sleep or get ready to go out and spend spend spend,they know what they are doing.
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May 2015
The cabin was lovely and reasonably spacious.
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Cabin A524
May 2015
Not very good By: Glen64
Ok terrible shower very smallandshocking water pressure
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Apr 2015
Cabin well set out but could of done without the little round table below the mirror its a trip hazard at night.
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Cabin A324
Mar 2015
Disappointing By: JaneW511
We choose and inside cabin (as we didn't want to spend a fortune to fine we didn't like it). This was fine and we had all we needed (a safe, ample storage, kettle etc.) The two single beds were pushed together for form a queen sized bed. The shower room was very small but we were expecting that. Only off putting thing was that there were two additional single beds hanging against the wall. If you had to use these then there would definitely not be enough space for 4.
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Cabin R508
Jan 2015
P & NO By: Blue Nose
Cabin tidy.
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Cabin C712
Mar 2013
Amazing Caribbean By: pirateboy
Inside cabin was better than I expected .We had twin beds nice dressing table/ 7tea/co0ffee making facility,an adequate clothes hanging area and a nice compact shower room
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Cabin R315
Aug 2012
We had cabin R315 (Riviera Deck) on P&O Azura. Having never cruised before we didn't know how we'd feel about being inside without a window - but we had no problem with it at all, and would definitely book a similar room again. The bed was made up into a large double and was very comfortable. We requested different pillows, and were given them without a problem (I think because we asked early). Our cabin (and indeed the whole ship) was spotless when we arrived and it remained spotless all week, through the efforts of our Steward. The bed was turned down every evening, with chocolates left and the cushions and throw put away for the night. There was plenty of hanging space - we could have taken twice as many clothes and there would still have been room. The shower room was, admittedly, small, but perfectly adequate, well lit and with toiletries from The White Company. Towels were hung up neatly every day, or replaced it too wet. There was a large mirror behind the bed, and opposite it, so the room was always well lit and we genuinely did not miss a window. When we wanted to see where we were, we simply tuned the TV into channel 9 for the mast camera and could watch just as if there was a window where the tv was! It was very handy to have a fridge (you are allowed to take alcohol on board, so we did bring a bottle of bubbly) and also tea and coffee making facilities. We didn't use them much, preferring to be out and about, but very nice for a cup of tea in bed in the morning. We were below a bar/pool and beside stairs and a lift and yet we didn't hear any noise at all all week. Not from other rooms, not from the corridor and not from above. You wouldn't have known there was anyone else on board! We were really pleased about that as we wondered whether we'd be plagued with people using the lift or going by the room. We were extremely comfortable and extremely pleased with our choice. What we didn't spend on a window view or balcony, we had in our pockets instead! And we were out on deck or in the Planet Bar with it's panoramic view, for every time we left port, so we didn't miss out on a view at all. Very well done to the Cabin Stewards to keep the rooms to this standard of service.
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Cabin R740
Apr 2011
Azura out of this world By: Derek in Blackpool
Huge walk in closet and adequate shower / Bathroom for what you need. Bed very comfy and loved the feather pillows we requested - Sunlounger towels provided also and was a very nice touch
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Cabin c 736
Feb 2011
Azura or not to Azura By: dawn simonetti
Bathroom small but adequate. No balcony Cabin C736,Aft of ship,but we found it ok. Wardrobe space very good for hanging dresses and trousers. Lots of mirrors in room therefore making it seem so much bigger. Tea and coffee facilities good and always replenished. drawer space adequate. safe deposit box very useful. In side cabin but was very pleased with the space.
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Cabin D318
Dec 2010
Found our sea legs! By: Challise
D318(inside Stateroom)Deck 9 Very quiet. Cabin was compact but comfortable shower only Would be happy to have cabin again.
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