P&O Cruises Azura refit 2020

P&O Cruises Azura sets sail for a multimillion-pound refit in April 2020.

After 10 years at the heart of the P&O Cruises fleet, the much-loved family favourite deserves a little TLC – and  P&O Cruises are giving her the full treatment to get her ready for her seasons in the Mediterranean, the Baltic and the Caribbean.

P&O Cruises Azura refit

Here’s a little taster of what you can expect after Azura’s refit.

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Azura’s open deck areas will be reworked to maximise sunshine time on board. Look out for improved alfresco bar and food experiences, new canopies and deck furniture, and refreshed swimming pools and poolside areas.

Inside, the refresh will be ship-wide with new carpets, soft furnishings and furniture across all public areas, bars and restaurants. Cabins will be spruced up too, with attention given to beds, bathrooms, woodwork, lighting and interior styling.

Dining areas, entertainment venues and the children’s space H2O will be upgraded, while favourite bars Blue Bar, Brodie’s, Malabar and the poolside Terrace Bar will now offer draught beer on tap.

And if you’re after deep relaxation, The Retreat and The Oasis Spa will be even more enticing. Expect new treatments and spa experiences to help you feel fresh and rejuvenated, too.

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Author: Rebecca

Editor of Into The Blue, Bolsover Cruise Club’s specialist cruise magazine. Writer for almost ten years – the words have tended to be more specifically about travel and cruising for six of those. Big fan of beaches, even bigger fan of New York. Still can’t pack a case for toffee and once discovered a stranger in the shower of her Airbnb.

3 thoughts on “P&O Cruises Azura refit 2020

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    February 23, 2020 at 1:18 pm

    are they going to fix the big screen as it as been appalling the last twice I’ve been on the ship

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    February 24, 2020 at 7:28 am

    Thanks for the update. We can’t wait for our next cruise on Azura to see the results of the work she is to have. Sunshine and calm seas would be good too!

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    February 25, 2020 at 10:36 am

    Having returned in February 2020 from an Azura Caribbean cruise and endured two weeks of the stench of human waste I sincerely hope that this long known issue is put right. P&O have known about this problem as their own website will evidence as reviews back to 11/04/2019 highlight the issue. Poo & O have lost credibility by their denials that this problem has not prevailed.


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