Striking in design, the child-free Arcadia cruise ship is the newest addition to the fleet. Constructed in Fincantieri shipyard, just outside Venice, she was built in a period of just twenty months.
Offering a contemporary cruise experience, her modern flair and signature features set her apart. Choice is her watchword and everywhere you go you will find evidence of her unique style and innovation.
You can experience all three styles of dining on board this superliner during one holiday, Arcadia makes the very most of P&O Cruises Dining Choice. Stylish to the core, her rooms are adorned with an amazing art collection created by contemporary British artists. Fabulous hues and sumptuous fabrics combine to great effect and her tranquil, modern and spacious bars and lounges are havens for socialising and relaxing. Sociable, spontaneous and flexible, Arcadia enables you to make the most of every moment away.
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A country hotel at sea, July 18, 2010
Could do without medical talks while on holiday
Date of cruise: 19/6/2010
Departure port: southampton
Region visited: Europe
Cabin category: Inside
Cabin number: c10
Found through: Cruise line website,Cruise community site,Cruise deal website
Good for children: No
Good for teenagers: No
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Value For Money
Staff and Service
Very comfortable adult-only ship based on minimalistic decor rather than the WOW factor. Excellent food in all dining rooms and for those with large appetites larger portions or seconds on request.Mixed entertainment on our cruise, some very good, especially the guest acts. Fantastic staff always willing to help but not in your face,especially around pool areas. Disabled facilities appeared very good and we noticed several motorized wheelchair users who were able to move to all parts of the ship unaided.Mixed age range depending on port of departure, younger adults on fly cruises for obvious reasons. All in all we have enjoyed two wonderful cruises on her.