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This is one of the two main dining rooms on the ship and the décor is such that you see a blend of images from ancient Egypt. There is assigned seating but the congenial atmosphere is such that you will enjoy the companionship of your fellow passengers. The double doors are etched with glass and the large windows give you an excellent view of the sea as you dine. Even the dishes the exquisite food is served on are carefully crafted.
With a modern look and high-tech feel, the bar is full of memorabilia from great sporting moments. You can watch major sporting events, both live and recorded, on large TV screens, and enjoy a beer and a chat with other sports-minded passengers. And if you find it hard to pull yourself away from the latest cup final or the match of the decade at meal times, simply take the connecting circular stairway up to Café Bordeaux to join the rest of your party. If you''re a sports fanatic - you''ll love Champions!
The panelled walls, deep sofas, comfortable club chairs, classical paintings and traditional rugs create an ambience of a time-honoured London Club. Both elegant and welcoming, Anderson''s is ideally located for a break from the tables in the Monte Carlo Club or intermission from your retail therapy in Knightsbridge; and perfect for a pre-dinner drink or warming nightcap. With his bronze bust on display in these fine British surroundings, P&O founder Arthur Anderson would be proud to be the namesake of this elegant room.
The Gallery will be the perfect setting to view the collection of original works by leading artists. The Gallery’s experts will be on hand to offer advice, and pieces will be available for purchase.