Pacific Aria cabins and suites

Pacific Aria staterooms review, floor plans, photos

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Pacific Aria cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations, including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by P&O Cruises en-suite amenities and services.

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Pacific Aria cabins review

Of all Pacific Aria cabins, 24% have a private balcony. Cruise ship cabins for disabled passengers (wheelchair accessible staterooms) are of the following types (location – grade/numbers): Oceanview (deck 4 – OP #4010-4014, OE #4227-4231; deck 5 – OP #4011-5006-5007, OA #5091; deck 6 – OP #4015; OH #6182-6183) and Inside (deck 5 – IE #5002). The number of all cabin categories is 23.

Follows the review of P&O Cruises Pacific Aria staterooms as furniture, amenities and included (complimentary) services:

  • All cabins have hotel twin beds (lower beds/convertible to king). Also available are single rollaway beds. Staterooms can accommodate cot bed for kids. Rollaway beds and cots are subject to availability and available in selected staterooms.
  • Each of the Pacific Aria cabins has a private bathroom (WC, glass-door shower, sink), entertainment center (flat TV, DVD player, radio), personal safe, hairdryer, ample wardrobe space, fridge/minibar, vanity table with chair, sitting area (single sofa bed).
  • Penthouse suites feature luxury bathrooms (large-size whirlpool bathtubs, separate shower, dual sink), spacious wardrobe (walk-in), separate living room (sofa bed) and dining room (8-seat table), pantry, dressing room, guest bathroom (WC).
  • Suites also feature luxury bathroom (whirlpool bathtub, shower, WC), dressing room, lounge area (sofa bed).
  • All Suites and balcony rooms feature floor-ceiling sliding doors leading to a private veranda (furnished with table and reclining chairs).
  • Oceanview staterooms also have bathtub-shower configuration in bathrooms. Category OP outside cabins has 2 porthole windows. Obstructed-view staterooms are in categories OV (fully obstructed) and OI (partially obstructed).
  • Wheelchair accessible cabins have wider entry doorways, no thresholds in bathrooms (and more handrails around).
  • Modified accessible rooms have a shower with a smaller step into the bathroom, but all doors are the standard size.

There are some upgrades to the P&O Australia cabin amenities fleetwide, that will be also available on the new Pacific Aria cruise ship. Premium in-room services will be available to all the ship’s guests, providing suite-like experiences even in lower grades accommodations. The list of included in the fares extras has shoeshine, express ironing, laundry, robes and slippers, even pillow menu and yoga mats.

Suite guests can enjoy extra benefits as part of their premium P&O cruise package deals. Suite staterooms have additionally Nespresso coffee machines and iPod docking stations (preloaded with music). Suite passengers can enjoy hot breakfasts and afternoon tea (en-suite service) daily, plus priority reservations for the onboard specialty restaurants, also for spa treatments and shore excursions/tours.

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