P&O’s Arcadia is exclusively for adults. The Arcadia offers passengers a relaxed pace, within stylishly extravagant surroundings.
|Passenger capacity: 1952- 2388|
|Passenger Decks: 11|
|Total Cabins: 1008|
|Cabins (Balcony): 701|
|Cabins (Outside): 152|
|Cabins (Inside): 155|
|Gross Tonnage: 86799|
|Swimming Pools: 2|
|Exclusively For Adults: No|
The Arcada features some signature pieces, including exterior glass-fronted lifts and an expansive art collection that features no less than 3,000 works of art.
Passengers of the P&O Arcada can take a stroll up to Sky Deck where they will find great views of the oceans from The Orchid Bar and Orchid Restaurant, a Select Dining venue which offers immaculately presented Asian fusion dishes.
Foodies will be in their element on the Arcadia as the ship also features celebrity chef Gary Rhodes’ Arcadian Rhodes, which is an intimate, upmarket restaurant that specialises in serving British culinary classics with a modern twist.
P&O’s Arcadia has many places to unwind, including; The Piano Bar, Caffè Vivo, and The Rising Sun pub to name but a few.
There are plenty of ways to keep active on board the Arcadia, with a wonderful health spa which includes a large hydrotherapy pool and a thermal suite complete with fragrant aromatic showers.
The Arcadia really comes to live in evenings, with regular shows in The Palladium theatre, a lively casino, Electra nightclub and The Globe, which offers passengers anything from comedy to live music.
- Arcadian Rhodes – British fine dining created by Gary Rhodes
- The Orchid – Asian fusion restauran
- Oasis Spa with hydropool and thermal suite
- Two tier main restaurant
- 3 tier Palladium theatre
- The Crow’s Nest lounge and bar
- The Globe for comedy and live music
- The Screening Room 30 seat cinema
- Ocean view gymnasium
- Poolside grill
- Italian style cafe
- 2 pools, 1 with skydome
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