Oriana deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Each of the Oriana cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Oriana staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
P and O Oriana (built 1995, last refurbished in 2016) is the oldest among P and O ships in UK. The vessel was the line’s flagship (main ship in the UK fleet) until the arrival of Britannia (2015). Oriana is one of the P&O adults ships – together with Arcadia and Aurora. She was christened by HM Queen Elizabeth II of England. In 1997 the ship was awarded with the “Golden Cockerel” for being the P&O Cruises fleet’s fastest ship (max cruising speed 31 mph / 50 kph). The only cruise ships faster than Oriana are Costa Voyager (current name “Chinese Taishan”) and the Cunard’s RMS Qqueen Mary 2.
P and O Oriana ship has a total of 941 staterooms for 1882 passengers (ma capacity is 1950 guests) served by 800 crew/staff, with 7 bars, 3 swimming pools and 4 jacuzzies. Since her 2011 refurbishment, Oriana is an adults only ship (without any specially family- or kids dedicated venues, facilities or programmes available on board).
Note: On P&O Oriana ship, launderettes are located on decks A, C, D, E, F. These are passenger use laundry facilities (open 8am-10pm, complimentary), complete with dryers, washers, ironing boards. Detergent costs extra, or you can use your own. Dry cleaning (conventional) is also available, with service charges per item. List with dry-cleaning prices is available in all cabins.
Oriana deck plan changes 2016 refurbishment review
The ship last entered drydock in 2016. The 3-week long refurbishment (November 25 - December 15) was done at Blohm+Voss shipyard (Hamburg, Germany) and resulted in the following changes:
- Refurbishment works included renovation of all cruise staterooms, lounges, restaurants and all indoor and outdoor public spaces.
- All passenger cabins and suites received new soft furnishings, furniture was refreshed (repaired or replaced), bathrooms upgraded, cabin balconies were renovated.
- Among the upgraded venues were Lord’s Tavern (sports bar on Promenade Deck 7), Riviera Bar (poolside bar on Lido Deck 12), The Conservatory restaurant (Deck 12), Anderson’s Bar (Deck 7), Oasis Spa & Fitness (wellness complex on Lido Deck), also the ship's main lounge "Theatre Royal" (Promenade Deck 7).
- The Conservatory, and The Beach House (both located aft on Lido Deck 12) were upgraded with new service counters, redesigned (increased seating, more 2-seat tables).
- Anderson’s Bar (midship on Deck 7) received new furniture (bar stools, sofas, tables, chairs, lamps), also new carpets and rugs.
- The Oasis wellness complex received new tiling in the thermal area (sauna, steam room, spa whirlpool, changing rooms), as well as new modern furniture, washbasins, treatment beds. The beauty salon's and gym's equipment were upgraded. Luxurious heated loungers and a living plant wall were added in the spa area.
- Theatre Royal was updated (seating upholstery was refreshed). New sound and lighting equipment was installed.
- The ship's two main dining room restaurants (Peninsular, and Oriental) were updated with new carpets and curtains, upgraded lighting (incl new designs), new colour schemes.
- The refurbishment contractor was Richmond International (luxury hotel design firm).
- In January 2018, the ship entered again into drydock (3-week) for technical maintenance.
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