Britannia deck 7 plan (Main)

Deck layout and review

Review of Britannia deck 7 (Main)

  • The Crystal Room (Lounge & Bar, open 7:00 p.m. to late) is the dancing lounge with a huge wooden dance floor, a grand piano and served by its own bar. The lounge hosts special events (on P&O themed cruises), daily dance classes and grand evening balls featuring live music entertainment (bands and vocalists).
  • The Glass House (Lounge & Bar, open 11:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.) is a premium wine bar by Olly Smith. GlassHouse’s a la carte menu includes prime steaks, beef burger, seafood dishes with 40 wines by the glass matching each course (additional charges apply). The menu features tapas-sized dishes, that start at GBP 5.25 for 3 and might include chorizo sausage, pork belly, chicken tenders or oak smoked haddock. Mains include GBP 5.50 steaks or the catch of the day, Morecambe Bay & Devon crab sliders and lobster buns for GBP 4.95. Wine tasting dinners are organized when Olly Smith is onboard, and he may even lead shore trips to nearby vineyards. 
  • Java Cafe (buffet restaurant, open 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.) sells Costa coffee from GBP 2.40 including a pastry of guests' choice that cannot be purchased separately.
  • Future Cruise Sales (onboard booking services) and “Loyalty Program” (past guests levels and benefits) information desks
  • Photo Gallery & Shop (printing and digital photo services, cameras, accessories)
  • “The Studio” is a multi-purpose venue with latest technology video and sound equipment, serving as both cinema and conference room. It is used for daily lectures (guest speakers), cooking demonstrations, game shows, small theatrical plays, and musical performances during the evening.
  • Sindhu Restaurant & Bar (specialty dining venue bar by celebrity chef Atul Kochhar, open 11:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. for lunch and 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. for dinner; additional charges of GBP 15 apply). This Indian restaurant features a sophisticated dining experience and new dinner menus that are not found on other P&O ships in the fleet. The menus are changed twice per cruise and are inspired by popular dishes in Atul Kochhar's Benares Restaurant, London. Starters might include shammi kebab, jai tarang karara kekda, gosht ke dhuandhar soole. For mains, guest can choose from chicken murgh, cod jai pari, lamb rogan josh. Desserts usually include 5-spiced chocolate pudding, yoghurt cheese cake, rhubarb souffle, deconstructed trifle, trio of Indian ice cream. All might be washed down with Indian Sauvignon Blanc wine. Britannia's Sindhu is the first to feature its own bar, Nashta, offering lunchtime tapas-style Indian dishes from GBP 4.95. Sit-down lunch service is also offered in the main restaurant area. Reservations are recommended.
  • “The Live Lounge” (open 7:00 p.m. to late) is another music-dedicated venue hosting live music and singer performances (including live band music, vocalists), comedy and tribute acts. Later in the night, Live Lounge turns into a Disco/nightclub.