Sally Prince | May 16, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Britannia
Public areas are fabulous, shopping deck much better, love the variety of seating areas out on deck. Optional dining was very good, Sindhu, Glass House etc but felt food in main restaurants was not as good. Plated service, no longer Silver Service. A shame that the Limelight Lounge was over half empty on the two nights we were in- acts were brilliant, Dean Andrews and Eric and Ernie but it must have been hard for them to work with such a small audience.
On sea days, it was noticeably more packed on decks than on other ships- this was the only time we were really aware of just how many people are on board.
Cabins are well appointed but smaller than on the Azura or Ventura. Loved having a proper shower cubicle instead of a curtain but pity door did not open into cubicle which is much larger than the available floor area in en suite.
Entertainment in Theatre was good but we missed having the later cabaret show of comedian or vocalist which we have experienced on previous ships. Not sure if this is due to P & O cutting back or the fact that the venues cannot hold enough passengers to make this possible.
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