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Out of all P&O ships the Adonia is the smallest in the fleet, however what it lacks in size it certainly makes up for in character, comfort and entertainment.
The Adonia was built in 2001 and carries only 710 passengers. It is far more convivial than some of the larger liners, due to its smaller proportions. It also has an ambience that could not possibly be replicated by its larger counterparts. Moreover, the Adonia can access destinations that the bigger cruise ships cannot, simply because of their size.
The Adonia is a cruise ship designed exclusively for adults, making it ideal for those who prefer a more private and intimate cruise. For those travelling on a liner for the first time they often find the Adonia far easier to navigate, more familiar and friendly. Similarly those who have travelled on larger cruise ships, but would prefer a more peaceful and quiet voyage will appreciate the privacy bestowed whilst travelling on this ship.
The Adonia may be small and fairly new, but it retains all the historic character of old. It has antiquated wood panelling, old worldly paintings and the overall décor is in line with that of the early liners of years gone by.
Accommodation on board the Adonia is elegant and luxurious. The Suites being ultimately lavish, they are fully air conditioned and come with a butler service. The sumtuous bathrooms inside comprise of a fabulous whirlpool bath and shower. The rooms are large and spacious, and the living area within the suites has all the modern comforts you would expect. Due to the ships size, more than three quarters of the cabins on board have balconies with panoramic views.
The cuisine aboard the Adonia is renowned and comes highly recommended. The Conservatory and Bar buffet restaurant offer exquisite food in a spacious, relaxed and airy environment with scenic views. If you have a fondness for Italian food then the Sorrento is ideal. In the Ocean Grill you can sample the culinary delights of Marco Pierre White. The Pacific Restaurant is the main dining area aboard the Adonia, where Silver Service waiters serve up the most delicious and tempting dishes.
Despite its outward and unassuming small appearance, underneath the Adonia is as luxuriously comfortable as a state of the art modern cruiser and it is abuzz with activity. It has eight bars on board, cafes, an extensive library that has a stupendous full size fireplace, a spa, an atmospheric card room and an impressive grand lounge.
On the spacious sun deck you will find the fabulous crystal pool and bar, here you can while away the hours soaking up the sun. If you prefer to be more active, then there are a variety of games on deck that you can participate in.
Entertainment of an evening on board the Adonia brings it to life, it is positively vibrant. There is the fabulous Atrium, with its grand staircase much akin to that of a stately home. The décor of dark wood and rich plush carpets enhance it, providing the perfect setting for the glamourous formal evenings held there. For a more laid back evening you can spend time relaxing in the intimacy of Andersons Bar, where you can enjoy a cocktail or your drink of choice. If you have a preference for live music along with panoramic views of the ocean, then an evening spent in The Crow’s Nest will satisfy your passion. Here you can observe the picturesque view of the sun setting over the horizon. The Curzon Lounge is the setting for live bands and fabulous shows.
The saying goes that less is sometimes more, this is certainly true when it comes to the Adonia.
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