Glamour and exclusivity are just two of the words commonly used to describe this stunning P&O Cruises ship. Since 1995 the Oriana has welcomed passengers year on year.
Exclusively adult only from 2011, Oriana is a relaxation haven for passengers looking to unwind and enjoy some well-earned peace and quiet.
Refreshed for 2012 to put a spring in her step, Oriana will wow you in ever way possible. From the moment you arrive, you realise the history, heritage and wonder of such an incredible vessel. She welcomes you with an elegant atrium, entwined by a marble staircase with an unrivalled feature wall backdrop.
Dine in one of the stunning restaurants on board for a Club Dining experience. The Peninsular and Oriental restaurants welcome passengers for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dine at 6.30pm or 8.30pm at a table size of your request and let the sensational P&O waiting staff take care of your every need.
Entertainment and Recreation
Entertainment on board is second to none. Oriana will dazzle you with stunning west end shows, with two performances each evening to cater for first and second sitting diners, ensuring that nobody has to miss out.
If ballroom is more your thing then Oriana is just what you’re looking for, dancing shows, classes and presentations are held throughout every cruise in the delightful Harlequins bar. The Pacific Lounge is also a great place for a drink and to catch one of the many brilliant entertainers P&O Cruises welcome on board. Be it a laugh and joke with a comedian or the soothing sounds of a classical musician, Oriana is the ship for you.
The aesthetic beauty of Oriana is her trademark feature. Her signature stern means she is recognised from miles away due to the tiered, chic design.
Holidays should always be about relaxing and enjoying the break away from normal day to day life. What better way to do this than to enjoy Oriana’s stunning Oasis Spa? With incredibly well priced treatment packages, you really can take the weight off on an Oriana cruise. If it’s a fitness lifetsyle you live then do not worry about P&O interrupting it, you will be amazed by the gymnasium facilities on board, let alone the view you will have whilst exercising.
If it’s a true British tradition you are looking for, then look no further than this glorious ship. The Lords Tavern set at the heart of the entertainment hub, the promenade deck, will give you all you need. From a quiet drink to fun filled British pub quiz, no expense is spared on attention to detail with a full feature wall created in honour of Lords Cricket Ground.
Andersons bar will keep you entertained druign the evening. This beautiful, setting on board is Oriana’s signature venue. Designed to capture the essence of luxury this stunning bar epitomises quintessential British elegance and design. Flowing into the heart of the ship’s atrium, it is always a popular place to meet for an evening drink.
A key feature and often considered the pride of the ship is the Crows Nest on board. Offering unrivalled views across the waves this magnificent setting attracts passengers all day long. Whether it be a relaxing drink in the day or a post dinner night cap, enjoy the views and musical entertainment.
Why not take a stroll into the library next door, housing an exceptional selection of reading material for you to enjoy.
Select Dining on board is also a key feature with Oriana. The Ocean Grill at The Curzon Room is a wonderful venue, set in sumptuous surroundings that flow around the centrepiece of a grand piano to set the mood for a romantic evening. The Ocean Grill cuisine will set the cruise alight, offering that little extra special touch to your cruise at a very reasonably priced cover charge of no more than £30 per person. The Ocean Grill is a Marco Pierre White restaurant and always a popular dining attraction on board. Be sure to book to avoid dissapointment.
Other Select Dining venues include the lavish Sorrento for a taste of authentic Italian cuisine or perhaps a trip to Al Fresco may take your fancy to dine under the stars, perfect when cruising the Mediterranean's warm climate.
If it’s a little informality the heart desires then never fear you are more than catered for. Oriana’s Conservatory at the peak of the ship is a buffet service restaurant that transforms in the evening for theme nights often offering cuisine representative of the days port of call.
Dressing for dinner offers an exciting variety of evenings-onboard Oriana. Cruises aboard this wonderful vessel will entail Formal black tie, Semi-Formal; smart jacket required and Evening Casual. Expect two formal nights per week, which is the usual for all P&O cruises.
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In keeping with the décor and overall atmosphere of this cruise ship, dining in the main dining rooms adheres to traditional cruise ship etiquette with Club Dining. This means that in the Peninsula and Oriental restaurants, guests will be seated at the same table each evening, which is great for getting to know the other cruisers. There is also fine dining at the Ocean Grill restaurant created by Marco Pierre White.
For guests who would like some less formal dining options, there are plenty to choose from on the Oriana. The Conservatory is a 24 hour self-serve buffet serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Terrace Grill offers fast-food items and there's an Al Fresco pizzeria on board too.
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