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Oceania Cruises' Riviera to Offer Four Different Suite Configurations

September 28, 2011 By: Elliott Mest Travel Agent


The Riviera was designed specifically for the upper-premium market, according to Bruce J. Himelstein, president of Oceania Crusies. // (c) 2011 Oceania Cruises.

Oceania Cruises’ new Riviera, which is launching in April 2012, will offer custom-crafted accommodations among its 625 staterooms,

“Riviera and her sister ship Marina have been designed specifically for the upper-premium market,” said Bruce J. Himelstein, Oceania Cruises’ president. “The attention to detail is evident from the moment guests embark. Nothing has been overlooked. Quite simply, from a design perspective, these ships are without peer in the industry.”

Spacious and Stunning Suites 

Penthouse Suites measure 420 square feet with living/dining room separate from the sleeping area, walk-in closet and bathrooms with a double vanity.

Oceania Suites are 1,030 square feet of luxury living area. The layout is comprised of a large living and dining area, media room and separate bedroom. As a highlight, the large veranda features a hot tub and flat-panel TV.

Vista Suites range in size from 1,200 to 1,500 square feet and offer the same features as Oceania Suites but with the added benefit of floor-to-ceiling windows affording sweeping views over the ship’s bow.

Owner’s Suites offer over 2,000 square feet, and are completely appointed from furniture and fabrics to lighting and bedding using the acclaimed Ralph Lauren Home collection.

In addition to the standard stateroom amenities, suite guests will enjoy champagne upon arrival, 1,000-thread-count linens, a 42 inch plasma TV, Hermès and Clarins bath amenities, butler service and in-suite delivery from any of the ship’s restaurants.

Other stateroom amenities include a flat-panel TV, laptop computer with wireless access, refrigerated mini bar, security safe, writing desk, plush terry robes, bed slippers and an oversized marble and granite bathroom.

Casual Elegance Meets High Style

Oceania Cruises’ 1,250-guest Riviera has been designed for epicureans and features 10 dining venues – six of which are open-seating, gourmet restaurants – including a French bistro by Master Chef Jacques Pépin. Facilities also include a Canyon Ranch SpaClub and Bon Appétit Culinary Center and Artist Loft enrichment center. Interior design highlights include a Lalique-designed grand staircase, public rooms, Owner’s Suites furnished exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home and luxury suites by design icon Dakota Jackson.


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Elliott Mest
Elliott Mest is the Associate Editor of Travel Agent magazine.

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By Elliott Mest | September 28, 2011
Oceania Cruises’ new Riviera, which is launching in April 2012, will offer custom-crafted accommodations among its 625 staterooms.
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