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Can anyone who has dined in the Peninsular or Oriental restaurants on Azura tell us how the tables for 2 are arranged?. We have dined in the Meridian restaurant on Freedom Dining and been very disappointed when we got to our long-awaited table for 2 to find most of them are arranged in a long line with barely a foot between each table! This doesn't give a lot of privacy and makes getting in and out difficult as well (especially if you have enjoyed your food during the cruise!). Do they have the same set-up in the other main dining rooms on Azura?
Submitted by - , Reading - United Kingdom / Subject - P&O Cruises General
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Comment by , Preston (13 Mar 12 11:44) about a QUESTION by Johnson (12 Mar 12 17:12)
In my opinion too close together if you want privacy.
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Comment by , Cwmbran (13 Mar 12 09:24) about a QUESTION by Johnson (12 Mar 12 17:12)
The tables for two are usually set up in sets of three's. enjoy your cruise Azura is a loveley ship k
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Comment by , Royston (12 Mar 12 18:48) about a QUESTION by Johnson (12 Mar 12 17:12)
If we have a table for 2 on freedom dining on Azura or Ventura we just ask for one of the tables with two chairs, rather than one of the runs of tables for 2 in a line with chair/bench configuration. There are at least 6-8 such tables and although it might may mean a bit of a wait it suits us better.
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Comment by , DURHAM (03 Apr 12 12:20) about a COMMENT by Clarke (12 Mar 12 18:48)
That is what we did too and we never had to wait more than 30 mins. It made dinner more enjoyable.
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