Britannia deck 5 plan (Landing-Lobby-Spa)

Deck layout and review

Review of Britannia deck 5 (Landing-Lobby-Spa)

  • Oasis Spa complex (Thermal Suite, Thalassotherapy pool, Steam Rooms, Treatment Rooms, Beauty Salon). As part of the Oasis Spa wellness centre, , there is a private villa available for renting by couples or groups. Named “Oasis Villa”, this is a private space where couples or groups can enjoy their own whirlpool and personal spa therapist for a variety of treatments and massages. Spa treatment options are also expanded. There is also a “Spa Shop” (first on P&O ship) selling luxury skincare and haircare products from deluxe cosmetics brands, such as Elemis, La Therapie, Sebastian, Phyto. The Beauty Salon makes its own “first on P&O ships” debut with its blowout menu (including hair styling, blow dry and makeup).
  • “Explorers” Shore Excursions Desk (booking, information, planning)
  • “The Limelight Club” is a supper club / specialty dining venue (at surcharge PP). This restaurant offers live performances, and the dinner menu features 3-course meals.
  • Reception / Guest Services Desk (information, assistance, bookings and reservations.
  • Britannia Atrium – this 3-decks high midship area features 4 panoramic lifts, a grand spiral staircase and the impressive intricate design “Starburst” multiple mirrors chandelier sculpture. The Atrium also has a boutique shopping alley (the P&O line’s largest, ~ 1/5 larger then on Azura and Ventura ships) with several brand shops for fashion clothing, leather, handbags, designer jewelry, watches, cosmetics and perfumes, etc.
  • Market Cafe (charcuterie, gelateria, patisserie by pastry chef Eric Lanlard)
  • Blue Bar (piano bar, live performances by resident pianist)
  • Meridian Restaurant (aft Dining Room for complimentary open-seating Breakfast 7:30-9am, Lunch 12-1:45pm/3-course menu, Afternoon Tea 4-4:45pm, club dinner dining with 2 fixed seatings- at 6:30pm or 8:30pm/4-course menu).
  • On Tender Deck 4 below, Passenger Tender Embarkation/Disembarkation areas are used when the ship visits a tendering cruise port along the itinerary, where passengers can be offloaded (and loaded back on) only via tender boats.