The P&O Adonia has a huge amount to lure you in if you’re hoping to get away from it all and experience a top-quality cruise at any point over the next year or so. A majority of the ship’s staterooms have their own balconies and there is all the usual flair and flavour of a very British and in many ways quite brilliant P&O cruise ship. The good news is that there are very reasonably priced package deals on holidays aboard the Adonia available during the final few months of 2012 and into next year as well. And while prices are extremely competitive anyway, there are also opportunities to bag a serious bargain for those willing to hold their nerve and grab one of the last minute offers made shortly ahead of the ship’s departure.
The list of destinations that the Adonia visits on a typical tour includes all the classic sun-kissed and supremely exotic regions of the world that cruise-lovers tend to be most keen on. But it is what you’ll find on-board that makes the Adonia the relentlessly popular vessel she is. So there are some really wonderful restaurant and dinning options that include an al fresco grill, a top-quality Italian and the trademark Pacific Dining Room. You’ll have a chance to dance if the mood strikes you at an appropriate moment and there’s every reason to believe that you’ll be surrounded by like-minded, fun loving people.
There are P and O Cruises out there these days to suit every make-up and size of family group but the Adonia is designated as an adult-only ship so life on-board tends to have a more luxurious and perhaps sophisticated air about it then your average family-friendly vessel. For more info and to find the best deals, the Thomas Cook website should be your next port of call.