At only 710 passengers, Adonia is the smallest of P&O Cruises fleet. Designed to offer an intimate experience, she’s ideal for meeting new friends on board and welcoming back familiar faces. Because of her smaller size, she is also able to get into the smaller ports of call that the larger vessels cannot.
From the moment you step on board, you are greeted by the reception area, explorers (the excursion desk) and the grand atrium with its grand staircases. Fitted with wood-style panelling and rich with traditional artworks, her ambience and décor are in keeping with the traditions of cruising, and nobody does it better than P&O Cruises.
Out on top deck is the Crystal Pool, with a traditional lido feel, the perfect place to be when at sea. If you want to keep in shape, the gymnasium on board is well equipped with all the state of art equipment you would expect to find back home. When it’s time to pamper yourself, head to the Oasis Spa with all the treatments you could want, there’s also a salon which is the perfect place to head if you want to look your best.
Crystals bar out on top deck serves the Crystals Pool, here you can get a selection of alcoholic and soft drinks, whilst you're sat in your sun lounger!
And when it comes to dining, there’s no shortage of choice either. The Lido café offers great food in a relaxed outdoor setting. The Pacific Restaurant is the main restaurant on board, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Conservatory & Bar is the buffet restaurant which offers a relaxed dining venue. Sorrento Restaurant serves classic Italian dishes, whilst Ocean Grill is Marco Pierre White’s on board restaurant creating stunning dishes at sea.
If you like your shopping, there’s a couple of great shops on board (Mayfair & Emporium) selling branded goods, clothing, jewellery and much more.
There’s a great selection of accommodation on board Adonia, it’s the perfect choice if you prefer smaller intimate cruising with a traditional British atmosphere on board.