Vast and impressive, Azura is one of the biggest ships in P&O Cruises’ fleet, making it perfect for families and large parties looking to cruise without the hassle. Packed with eateries, places to relax and plenty of day and night entertainment, you’re never short of fun and relaxation aboard Azura.
From comedy shows and cabaret, to pub quizzes and nightclubs, Azura overflows with excitement. The 800-seat Playhouse also includes interactive game shows, flying acrobatics and talent shows, while the SeaScreen transforms the top deck pool into an incredible open-air pool showing a variety of family favourites and classic blockbusters.
Why not add some glitz and glamour to your cruise with a trip to the casino? Try your hand at everything from blackjack, roulette and slot machines – you could be a high roller in no time.
Through the day, there’s plenty to fill your schedule with too. During sea days, why not show off some fancy footwork as part of a dance class or indulge your artistic bent with a tranquil watercolour painting session? There’s even a library, art gallery and a variety of boutiques onboard too!
If staying active is more your thing, the gym and sports area will keep you busy, while a treatment on the top deck or a session in the Oasis Spa is just what you need after you’ve worked up a sweat.
Catered towards palates of all kinds, Azura has a veritable feast awaiting its passengers. Enhanced with insights and inspiration from Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar and wine maestro Olly Smith, the food on Azura is some of the finest on the seas right now.
With three dining options available, and both flexible and traditional seating times to choose from, delicious food is never far away. Meridian, Oriental and Peninsular all have their own unique atmosphere, with African and Middle Eastern-inspired fare to delight and satisfy. At night, all three venues play host to a Gala menu curated by the legendary Marco Pierre White. Featuring superb dishes made from exceptionally fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, be sure to stop by before you depart.
For lighter, more casual fare through the day, head to Verona and Venezia or for more discerning food connoisseurs Azura’s select dining options present gourmet food that awakens the senses with every bite. Atul’s restaurant Sindhu fuses the best of British with inspired Indian flourishes, while The Epicurean takes the taste and flavours of classic dishes to the next level. At The Glass House, Olly’s expert insight fuses perfectly paired wines with little nibbles and gourmet twists on old favourites.
For the first time on a P&O Cruises ship, Single Staterooms are on hand to cater for the individual traveller, situated near the main entertainment venues so you’re never far from the action. Outdoor and balcony cabins afford fantastic views, while suites turn into your home away from home with plenty of space and amenities to make your stay as relaxing as possible.
All cabins feature Egyptian cotton sheets, free tea & coffee making facilities, refrigerator, hairdryer, safe, in-cabin television and en-suite bathrooms with plenty of toiletries.
Akin to a five-star hotel, Britannia is the largest vessel designed for the British market, a flagship of sophistication, glamour, elegance and excitement that wows every second you spend onboard.
As Britannia rules the waves, she also keeps her guests entertained with a vast selection of entertainment and activities that caters to everyone. From the Headliners Theatre, with its stunning LED backdrop and plethora of superb productions to the Live Lounge’s array of comedy and live bands, there’s a glut of world-class entertainment on board.
Through the day, there’s plenty to do, including quizzes, dance lessons, fitness classes, spa seminars, cinema screenings and loads more. Fine tune your skills in the kitchen as part of the Cookery Club or peruse a spectacular array of over 6,000 artworks before retiring to the top deck, with drink in hand.
With plenty of daytime and evening dining options to choose from, Brittania has something to suit your tastes and schedule, but its real calling card is an exceptional array of Select dining venues, curated by some of the finest minds of the cooking world.
At the Epicurean, baking maestro Eric Lanlard brings his pastry nous to a menu that includes savoury eclairs, Earl Grey-tinged treats, and much, much more through the day. In the evening, it hosts fine dining at its very best. Elsewhere, Atul Kochhar brings his Michelin-starred prowess to the menu of Sindhu, a fusion restaurant that’s full of Indian stunners, while at The Glass House, the award-winning Olly Smith pairs superb wines with a plethora of steak and seafood dishes to feast on.
Chic and sophisticated, the rooms aboard Britannia create a relaxed atmosphere where you can put your feet up. If you just need somewhere to put your bags, then their inside and outside cabins will do the trick, while the balcony rooms and suites are something else entirely; a place to bask in the superb views, endless luxury and accommodating amenities.