"I decided to write this to hep advise all you new cruisers out there what to expect, now I have returned I am somewhat angry at the one sided and downright inaccurate reviews from some of the more seasoned cruisers..."Read More
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1-10 of 257 Barbados to the Caribbean P&O Britannia Cruise Reviews
What a mistake !Lousy cabin with a great big lifeboat blocking the view . We had requested a sea view when we queried this bored looking reception staff gave an off hand response .
Food was average and the stipulated meal times were ridiculously late so ate in the buffet .Food there was repetitive put palatable .
The Ship is huge so finding your way around was not easy .Staff were brusque ...
Wow, we had such a good time on this ship a holiday truly to remember!! We were on the fly-cruise which left Barbados on the 29th of February for two weeks.
First Day Barbados- We went by taxi to the beach we were told a price which we were reassured was return but upon return, we were asked to pay as it didn't include it so be careful!!! As much as they say it's a far distance it isn't a 15 ...
Flight over was good and so were transfers to ship.
Two days in Barbados to visit relatives then back to the ship to find out the ship was going straight back to Southampton due to CVIRUS.
Big shame but we really enjoyed our time on board. Always something to do. Brilliant lectures from Tony White - Drug man!!
Gym and classes good.
Cabin fine, although had restricted view due to life ...
Sailed on Britannia 1st Feb around the Caribbean on our third P&O cruise second time on Britannia, and apart from the usual sun bed hogging had a great time on board ship. Why people feel they need to reserve sun beds on both sides of the ship at 9 in the morning is beyond me. PO must do more about this as this was the worst we seen. Embarkation was easy straight off the plane on to awaiting ...
We have just returned from a two week cruise around some of the Caribbean islands. This was only our second cruise. We did the Alaskan cruise a few years ago with P&O and that was amazing too.
We had an inside cabin whereas previously we had had a balcony cabin. Whilst predictably small, it was just adequate for us. The bonus was that it was very dark once the lights were off which helped us ...
Just back from 14 Caribbean cruise. We have cruised on P and O several times and Princess many times plus Cunard and NCL. About 300 days in all we think on ships from 900 passengers up to Britannia which is the biggest we have been on.
We were very impressed by the ship. I agree with some things the previous reviewer stated but strongly disagree with others.
We found the quality of the food ...
P&o go the extra mile to ensure you have a wonderful holiday. Staff so friendly and accommodating. They work tirelessly and nothing too much trouble
Cabins small but adequate. Could do with more drawer space. Bathroom fine like the door instead of curtain in shower
Balcony quite small but didn’t spoil our holiday
Food wonderful and plenty of choice didn’t really see the ...
Overall, a good time was had by all. This was our second cruise. We went as 3 couples together so had quite a few points of views and opinions. I will try to give my hints and tips which I hope will be of use to future cruisers.
Dining. I hate the self-service buffet. It's just like a factory canteen. I haven't paid £6k to eat in a factory canteen. We used it on 2 occasions when we had early ...
Having been on Britannia before we were very happy to travel on her again, not that we planned to it was just the cruise destinations we wanted were included in her itinery. I will talk about the ship first then the destinations.
Well Britannia, what can I say, so elegant, so smooth when sailing and so cheap compared to many other cruise lines, no tips and prices are in pounds. A lot of ...
Traveled on P&O flag ship January 3 2020,
The ship is very down market, compared to other P&O ships.
Cabins very small not very inviting decor bland, service in restaurant very slow you had to rush your last coarse to get to the evening shows.
The sun decks were crowded on sea days you had to be on deck at 6 in the morning to get a sun bed, and music blurring out all day long, no were for ...