P&O cruise ship Oriana
69,840 Tons | 1,880 Passengers | 760 Crew
Oriana is one of the smallest cruise ships in the P&O Cruises fleet. It elegantly combines classic design features such as teak decks and a tiered stern with delightful Art Deco touches, but has just had a refit. So what does it look like.
Cruise-industry architects Richmond have a programme of updates to the cabins, suites, entertainment areas, restaurants, bars and public areas. It has brought Oriana up to the high standards that P&O has across the entire fleet. The retained distinctive features such as her Tiffany glass ceiling and Art Deco accents still in pride of place, now mix with new luxurious materials, soft furnishings and carpets, upgraded furniture, improved lighting for comfort and relaxation.
Soft furnishings with modern, elegant designs as well as repairs have improved the cabins. Bathrooms and toilets have undergone repairs and upgrades
A new pedicure station and upgraded salon equipment in the new look spa ensures pampering.
Gym, sauna, steam-room, whirlpool and changing areas are improved.
Exclusively for adults, the Oriana’s main feature is still the stunning atrium with a Tiffany glass ceiling and the panoramic Crow’s Nest bar.
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