Long - Answered a Question by hall (31 May 08 18:45)

Can anyone tell me if the Oriana has hair dryers in the cabins pl.

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feast - Answered a Question by hall (30 Dec 07 21:12)

I have not had this cabin but, by the look of the deck plan, you are central, low and do not have public rooms above or below so the cabin ticks all the boxes for me. It should be quiet and stable. Enjoy your anniversary.

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Garner - replied to feast (29 Aug 08 23:32)

We cruised on oriana in july 2008 outside cabin on c deck towards the front. Had no problems with movement or noise in the cabin. You will enjoy the cruise as the crew organize everything for your enjoyment. The food and service is excellent but for your special day you should book in to the Rhodes restaurant and you will be in for a treat that you will remember for a long long time. We hope you enjoy you time as much as we did. The cabins are well equipped and if what you need is not there, then just ask your steward and it will be the next time you return to your cabin.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by hall (31 Dec 07 12:31)

We were on F deck on Oriana last month. It was very quiet and had the advantage that the restaurant was just up one flight of stairs so did not have to wait for lifts. Oriana is a superb ship and you will enjoy it. Don't miss the afternoon tea in the Peninsula restaurant at 4pm. Choice of 6 teas and your own teapot plus sandwiches, scones, cakes if you can manage it. Superb. Cabins are well equipped with TV, fridge, safe, kettle, tea/coffee. Be sure to check out the days events in the ships daily paper.

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Powell - replied to Ingle (20 Aug 13 15:14)

I've just found out I'm in Cabin F191. Which one was yours.

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Turner - Answered a Question by hall (02 Apr 09 15:24)

Not really an answer to your question, but just to ask you when are you going? We are going on the Oriana to the med in April. Our first time with P&O but not the first time cruising. We are counting the days! We are in our 70s.

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