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P&O have three cruise ships that are exclusively for adults. The Arcadia is one. It is captivating, fascinatingly beautiful and it quite simply exudes charisma. It was transformed in 2013 when it underwent a multi-million pound refit. Fabulous new plush carpets, curtains and widescreen televisions were added; as well as twenty four new cabins. Beforehand it was impressive, today it is magnificent. The epitome of luxury.
If you are looking for a cruise ship that has it all, then opt for the Arcadia. It offers breath taking surroundings, stunning accommodation and a wealth of entertainment. It is tastefully extravagant and radiates sophistication, from the glass fronted lifts to the extensive art collection on board. The only complaint about the Arcadia cruise ship is that you will never have enough time on board to sample all of the delights it has to offer!
If you are looking for a perfect cruise wedding venue, then the Arcadia extends the dream setting for the most memorable and romantic day. With picturesque views, lavish décor and opulent furnishings, it quite simply exude class and style. The first weddings on the ship originally took place in 2006, since then numerous happy couples have taken advantage of the outstanding cruise wedding packages offered on board. Everything is taken care of from the photography, to the beautiful flower arrangements supplied by the ships own florist. The champagne reception, to dinner in Marco Pierre White’s superior Ocean grill Restaurant at the end of the day finish it off to perfection.
Accommodation on board the Arcadia is impeccable, designed for those who are looking for that something a little bit extra special. A stay in the Arcadia Suites or Mini Suites, will far exceed any expectations you may have held beforehand. Each suite is a haven, with a separate bedroom and living area. You have a butler to hand and a luxurious pamper pack awaiting you. Even a dressing area is provided with a trouser press, iron and ironing board. The striking floor to ceiling glass doors within the suites lead on to the balcony, with loungers provided. Here you can witness the amazing calming and picturesque views of the ocean in privacy.
Dining on board the Arcadia is parallel to dining in the most exclusive high class restaurants. The choice of menus reflect the best in cuisine from every corner of the globe. You can dine in The Meridian Restaurant, the Neptune Grill or The Belvedere. If you prefer a little spice in your life then sample the culinary delights in Atul Kochhar’s East Restaurant, or if you prefer Marco Pierre White’s Ocean Grill can provide you with an exquisite gastronomic experience.
The Arcadia has a host of activities to participate in and offers a range of entertainment that many other ships could not even begin to emulate. On the Sports Court you can play a variety of games including tennis, football and volleyball. If you would rather then you can opt for a little retail therapy in The Piccadilly shopping centre, or relax with a little reprieve from all the activity in The Oasis Spa or Thermal Suite. The Retreat offers meditation, yoga and Tai Chai classes. There is an extensively stocked library and a profusion of cafes and bars.
The Neptune Pool is the largest Swimming Pool on board the Arcadia with a sliding glass roof to transform it into an inside pool, to protect should the weather take a turn for the worse. The Hydro-therapy pool is awash with bubbles to calm and soothe. There is a state of the art Gymnasium, a Cyber Centre for those who want a catch up with friends and family online and so much more.
Of an evening entertainment on the Arcadia is copious. The Globe Lounge, having undergone a fabulous transformation, is resplendent. The ornate black marble bar set against stunningly beautiful gold and black surroundings, sets it apart. Added to this the small starlights that sparkle above create an atmosphere second to none. For film buffs The Screening Room is a magnificent cinema with plush seating. The Crow’s Nest lounge offers both main, as well as secluded seating, to have a tranquil drink through the daytime or to spend a thoroughly enjoyable sociable evening. If you feel inclined, you can even show off your prowess on the dance floor! If you feel lucky then a visit to the Monte Carlo Casino could be financially beneficial. You can play blackjack, roulette or try your chance on the vast array of slot machines available. You never know you could hit the jackpot! Intermezzo is a select champagne and cocktail bar, and the Spinnaker Bar is a more contemporary setting for a quiet tipple. There are many other bars on board, each offering a particular ambience.
For the cruise of a lifetime then step aboard the Arcadia, an adult only luxurious cruise ship that has something to offer everyone.
LAUNCHED: 26 June 2004
LENGTH: 289.90 m
TOTAL CREW: 976
MONTE CARLO CASINO
FOOD AND DRINK
MARCO PIERRE WHITE RESTAURANT
THE BELVEDERE FOOD COURT
THE CROW'S NEST
THE VICEROY ROOM
THE PORTUNUS CLUB
WRAP AROUND PROMENADE DECK
HYDRO MASSAGE POOL
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