Arvia Review

Nice big ship with plenty to do

Review for the British Isles & Western Europe Cruise on Arvia
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Harrison6
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2023

We had a balcony cabin on Deck 10 aft and the cabin was great, but a lot smaller than a similar cabin on the Ventura which we sailed on last July. Food was good especially the Olive and 6th street diner.710 club was a very good jazz venue and we got in without booking. Shows were good and we didn't always book but had no trouble getting a seat. We also saw Gary Barlow which really made our holiday. Crows nest is a lovely bar where most people make an effort to look smart. Trips were okay but you could do your own for at least a third of the price. We have already booked for the Caribbean cruise next march. We did not have any issues and look forward to our next cruise and we are glad we are on arvia and travelling with p&o as it's our 3rd cruise with them

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Great cabin but a bit small and narrow. Really clean.

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