Oriana Exterior
Oriana
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Oriana Exterior
 
Oriana Pool
Oriana
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Oriana Pool
 
Oriana in the Caribbean
Oriana
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Oriana in the Caribbean
 

Oriana

Luxury Cruises with P&O Cruises

While it is undeniably the oldest ship in the P&O Cruises' fleet, the venerable Oriana is pukka cruising at its best. Without doubt this 1,880-passenger ship is more gentrified than many ships sailing from Southampton. Exclusively for adults, Oriana elegantly combines classic design features such as teak decks and a tiered stern with cosy niches for enjoying the sun. Regular passengers can't wait to toast their next voyage in the panoramic Crow's Nest bar, the Lord's Tavern sports bar or the iconic Anderson's bar. Other perennially popular corners include the wood-panelled library; Chaplin's Cinema; and the clubby ambiance in the Thackeray Room.

A recent multi-million facelift has ensured that accommodation is spick-and-span. Accommodation on Oriana is divided into 23 price categories and each cabin has a classic decor that echoes the ambiance of a country house hotel. In total there are 611 outside cabins and 330 inside cabins, 130 cabins with balconies and eight designed for disabled passengers. Eight spacious suites and mini-suites are located on B Deck. Perks in suites include an inclusive but optional butler service, whirlpool bath, mineral water, coffee machine, flowers, champagne and chocolates on arrival and daily canapes.

Oriana's restaurants are unashamedly geared towards British tastes. Passengers are allocated one of two dinner sittings, 6.30 pm and 8.30 pm in the Peninsula Restaurant and the equally elegant Oriental Restaurant and will sit with the same fellow diners for the duration of their cruise. Alternative dining options include the much-praised Marco Pierre White's Ocean Grill, offering modern cuisine and retro English dishes with a contemporary twist in the splendour of the Curzon Room; and Sorrento, which specialises in all things Italian.

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