Marco Polo is an extremely comfortable ocean liner with a wide range of public areas and deck spaces in which to relax. However, it is your cabin that will be the perfect place to unwind after a busy day sightseeing ashore and your unobtrusive cabin steward will ensure that you enjoy a high degree of comfort and service, whichever grade of accommodation you decide best suits your holiday requirements.
There are fifteen categories of cabins and suites, primarily graded according to size and deck position and even in the most economical cabins, the standard features are impressive.
The cuisine on board Marco Polo is delicious, with two main dining venues you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes. The Waldorf Restaurant on Deck 6 offers open seating for breakfast and lunch and two seating’s for dinner, 6.00pm and 8.30pm. Waldorf offers a variety of dishes with the dinner menu providing the most options.
Marco’s Bistro offers more informal and varied fare through its buffet style presentation. Traditional British dishes as well as more contemporary selections are on offer at both lunch and dinner. Afternoon tea is also served here, with a lovely variety of cookies, cakes and tea sandwiches.
Both lunch and dinner menus offer healthy choices and vegetarian choices, which are clearly
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