P&O Iona Cabins

We have cruised on P&O Iona and had a fabulous time. We think this ship is a great addition to the P&O fleet. Choosing a cabin that’s right for you can be tricky, however hopefully seeing the options we have in this post will help you decide which type of cabin would be best for you.

If you are new to cruising, we also recommend you read these posts too –

Cruise Ship Cabins How to Pick the Right one for You!

Why a free cruise cabin upgrade is not always a good idea!

 

Standard Balcony Cabin




Accessible Balcony Cabin

For our cruise we booked the cheapest guarantee balcony cabin and had our cabin changed when we arrived at the port. Embarkation did not run smoothly (watch our vlog series) but when we eventually got to our cabin we were very surprised to see we had been allocated an accessible cabin on deck 12 – 12514.

In this post we show you all around this type of cabin, including the main room. bathroom, storage, accessibility functions and one of the largest balconies on this ship.

If you want this type of cabin do make sure you check out the Iona Deck Plans and you will see all the cabins that have larger balconies.

Useful Links –

P&O Laundry Services – What does it cost?

P&O Cruises Bar Prices and Drinks Packages

P&O WiFi Packages – How much do they cost?

Do check out our P&O Page for lots more cruise information, advice and tips.

Planning a land based holiday, flights, bucket list trip, cruise or honeymoon then we recommend using these travel agents – they have both found us some great deals and using an agent takes all the anxiety away of booking and coordinating complicated itineraries.

Dan Hammond of GoCruise&Travel who you can be contacted here ➡️ dan@gocruise.uk.com

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Emma Otter of Travel Counsellors – Complete this form for a free quote and no obligation enquiry.


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