Good but not good enough
Michae | March 5, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Azura
We thought our cabin was tired and shabby and needed updating. The Cabin steward did as always keep the room clean and tidy. The islands especially the French ones were not worth stopping off at and the restaurant menus were almost repeated the next night apart from the gala night. I didn’t think they allowed babies and children into the restaurant in the evenings but there was always large parties sitting near us. Didn’t make for an enjoyable evening. They also allowed some people into the restaurants with just t-shirtrt and jeans that looked as though they had been out on a trip with. We make to wear the appropriate dress code, but it seems that P&O standards have slipped. I think they just want the money!! Not one of our better cruises, and will take a lot before we decide to spend our hard earned money on another one.
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