Britannia Club Balcony
Interactive TV with multi-language film and music channels; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Direct-dial telephone; Data port outlet; Daily shipboard newspaper; Fine linens; Pillow Concierge menu; Terry cloth bathrobe & slippers; 220V British 3-pin and 110V 2-pin sockets; Full bottle of sparkling wine upon embarkation; 24-hour room service; Nightly turndown service with pillow chocolates; Single-seating dining in the Britannia Club

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Britannia Club Balcony (A2) Cabin Reviews

Beyond Excellent : Cabin 12020
Sail Date: August 2018
Lovely room, 24 hour room service, turn down chocolate. Very conscientious stuard. Spacious and comfy beds. Great room and linens. Perfect!
Lovely room, 24 hour room service, turn down chocolate. Very conscientious stuard. Spacious and comfy beds. Great room and linens. Perfect! Read Less
Sail Date: May 2018
a typical cabin...but did have a loveseat that was comfy to sit on and a side chair. Would be really tight for three unless the third was a small child with no "stuff". I think you could wash your feet in the shower while ... Read More
a typical cabin...but did have a loveseat that was comfy to sit on and a side chair. Would be really tight for three unless the third was a small child with no "stuff". I think you could wash your feet in the shower while sitting on the toilet..almost. Didn't use the balcony except in port...weather windy and rainy most of the time. The lack of plugs and no usb port was annoying. really enjoyed the elevator forward...the secret elevator! As always, with really forward or really aft cabins...a long walk to wherever you want to go. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Regarding our A2 Cabin issues included an intermittent vacuum problem with our toilet not flushing on seven or eight occasions but resolved itself within a few hours, however it was disconcerting sitting on it when the flush returned! The ... Read More
Regarding our A2 Cabin issues included an intermittent vacuum problem with our toilet not flushing on seven or eight occasions but resolved itself within a few hours, however it was disconcerting sitting on it when the flush returned! The only other thing was whistling wind when at sea through the sliding patio door seals but the thick curtains helped. Our cabin was one of the new cabins on the 13th deck and a great improvement over standard cabins. The Club cabin living area looked similar in floor area but more luxurious than a standard Britannia balcony cabin. Our cabin had extra framed pictures and a very attractive bevelled mirror made up of six segments above the desk area. My wife did laugh though as she thought this was designed by a man because when she sat down for makeup and to dry her hair, her head reflected right into the bevelled areas of the central mirror segments. She looked like something out of the hall of mirrors and had to therefore stand up to do this which proved more than a little tedious throughout the cruise. The wall mounted television was central at the end of the bed and in a good position to view from there though we had to be a little careful passing the end of the bed as the screen protruded a few inches from the wall. From what I can remember there were mainly a few movie channels, BBC & Sky News and BBC HD and channel with soaps including East Enders, Coronation St, Emmerdale & White Chapel that might be welcome especially for longer cruises . Despite the recent dry dock there were still no movies on demand so we usually ended up seeing part of a film rather than all of it despite the programme times advertised in leaflets. We found the on board itinerary made it difficult to catch up for the start of films. Many of the cabin surfaces on our 13 deck cabin were roll tops of a luxurious marble look and very attractive. The bathroom surfaces were again of a marble look and the shower had large attractive light beige stone style tiling with a clear shower door that opened inwards or outwards, there were clear rubber seals on the door edges that prevented any water from escaping into the main bathroom area. We thought the doors also opening outwards very sensible for larger people. The shower itself was lovely! A light touch on the button on the shower head delivered four different settings! The bathroom itself had plenty of storage both under the basin and corner shelving. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Our cabin was on the 13th deck with an unencumbered view of the ocean from our balcony. Although “cozy,” it was very efficiently designed with adequate storage. We were able to put our hard-sided, maximum (airline size) suitcases ... Read More
Our cabin was on the 13th deck with an unencumbered view of the ocean from our balcony. Although “cozy,” it was very efficiently designed with adequate storage. We were able to put our hard-sided, maximum (airline size) suitcases under the bed and out of our way. We were also able to arrange to ship home the luggage we no longer needed when we arrived in England and began our land tour. Read Less
Not impressed. : Cabin 11055
Sail Date: April 2016
Pleased with cabin and although the cabin attendants worked hard there was never that feeling of 'yes' this feels good when you walked in the room after they had 'tidied' it ?? Nice cabin ( what we expected )
Pleased with cabin and although the cabin attendants worked hard there was never that feeling of 'yes' this feels good when you walked in the room after they had 'tidied' it ?? Nice cabin ( what we expected ) Read Less

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