Cruise Ship Preview: Oceania Sirena's New Suites

Owner's Suite
Owner's Suite

Oceania Cruises has released details on the top-tier suites for its newest ship, the Sirena. Immediately upon the vessel's delivery in March 2016, Sirena will undergo a $40 million drydock that includes significant upgrades to the ship's Owner's and Vista Suites

The Owner's Suites will span nearly 1,000 square feet in a fresh, contemporary style, with furnishings that include Oceania's Prestige Tranquility Bed, a newly renovated master bath with an oversized shower, a private half-bath for guests, and a private teak veranda.

The four redesigned Vista Suites will have a sitting area, a sizeable bedroom with Prestige Tranquility Bed, a marble-infused master bath with large shower, a second bath for guests and a private veranda with views over the ship’s bow.  

Both the Owner’s Suites and Vista Suites will be designed with a clean, airy color palette, custom furnishings, artwork, and dark walnut finishes. 

Vista Suite
Vista Suite

Oceania will also introduce a new collection of Bvlgari bath amenities for guests booked at the Concierge Level or above. Guests can now select from a variety of Bvlgari tea scented amenities including The Blanc, The Vert, The Rouge and a new scent offered exclusively by Oceania Cruises, The Blu

The menu option of scents is reserved for guests staying at the Concierge Level or higher; however, all guests sailing with Oceania Cruises receive Bvlgari amenities, which include shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, body lotion, pleat-wrapped soap and other luxurious products. Additionally, Owner’s and Vista Suite guests are presented with a keepsake gift box of Bvlgari amenities entitled “The Bvlgari Hotel Gift Collection” which they can enjoy while onboard or take home as a reminder of their Oceania Cruises' vacation.


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