I am not sure whether to call this beauty a cruise liner, a vessel, a boat or ‘Boaty mc boat face’ but what ever I call it is not going to detract from it’s splendour. It is glamerous in looks and style. the atrium in the centre of the boat was beautiful in fact it would not have looked out of place in a 5* hotel with its glass lifts and winding staircase.
on this occasion, seeing as it was only my husband and myself, we decided to go for an accessible room rather than the normal family one. it was spacious, tastefully decorated and even had a window even though there was not much of a view.
he cabin had its own tea and coffee making facilities which were kept stocked up along with fruit sweets and bed time chocolate when the cabin crew arrange your bed in the evening.
he food on board was amazing and there was plenty of it. We had a three course meal every night which was a first. Usually we eat buffet style as we have the kids with us. As I am gluten free, I usually struggle to find something to eat. Not this time though, my dietary needs were more than catered for and the waiting staff were also so friendly.
I have never seen such lovely swimming pools and facilities on a cruise before and it is definitely one that P&o should be proud of.
The only things that spoilt the holiday for us was knowing the kids were unhappy where they were and the flights oh and the fact it wasn’t longer! Would definitely recommend.