Oriana Cruise Review by Jule & Graham Gilbert
- Sail Date: June 2012
- Destination: British Isles & Western Europe
- Cabin Type: Inside Twin Cabin
All the staff very friendly and helpful. The food in the Peninsular restaurant 2nd sitting 8.30 pm Table 38 was first class, both our Indian waiter's helpful and gave a well organized meal. The wine steward Regina from the Philippines was a delight to deal with every thing A1.The drinks were very reasonably priced.a Bottle of the House Red Â£12.50,very nice.The Entertainment was of a good standard as always on P & O ships.The excursions were well organised and again reasonably priced. With free coach shuttle service or Tender boat a each port.
All the interior of the ship was in an excellent state, spotlessly clean.
The disembarking was as smooth as the boarding,Car ready & waiting. We would recommend the Oriana to any one, as good all round value for money cruise ship.
Regards Julie & Graham & James Gilbert
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