SUITE TOUR: AFT Facing SV Suite – P&O Australia Pacific Adventure & Pacific Encounter
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Pacific Adventure’s 6 SV category suites are all located aft, offering incredible wake views from their rearward facing balconies.
Entering the suite, you’ll first encounter the living room space. The lounge can be converted to a single sofa bed and the room has a maximum occupancy of 4 passengers with the addition of a ceiling mounted bunk or foldaway bed.
A flatscreen TV sits above the included Nespresso coffee machine. A coffee machine is included in all P&O fulls suites, and coffee pods are replaced daily. There’s also an Australian double powerpoint located here. A small bar fridge is located in the cabinet.
A wet bar and glassware finish out the living room space.
The bedroom and living room spaces can be separated with the curtain for additional privacy.
The bedroom can be set up as a twin if required. A double Australian powerpoint is located next to the bed and there is plenty of storage available, with ample drawer and bench space. There’s also a built in hairdryer.
The bedroom has a separate TV and remote control. A small walk in wardrobe provided additional storage and hanging space, and there are plush robes for use onboard as well as Byron Beach thongs that are yours to keep. A small safe sits above additional drawer space.
The bathroom is dual access with a separate shower room. There’s a whirlpool bath tub which is actually larger than it looks. The free standing shower is spacious with terrific water pressure and a retractable clothes line. Shampoo, conditioner and body wash are available for use.
The separate powder room contains a vanity and basin. Walking out of the door brings you right back to the suite’s main entrance door.
The balcony is spacious, but the amount of furniture allocated to it is almost comical and made it almost impossible to move around. It looked more like an outdoor furniture showroom than a cruise ship balcony. The corner location provides a lovely, wide perspective and view when cruising.
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