Cruise Ship Tour Part 2: Top Suites on Oceania Cruises' Sirena

The master bedroom in Oceania Cruises' Owner's Suite, #8067, on Sirena features tasteful decor and pampering amenities.

Travel Agent magazine boarded Oceania Cruises' 30,277-grt Sirena for a brief day visit this month at PortMiami. Before the ship set sail on a 16-day transatlantic voyage to Civitavecchia, (Rome), we checked out some of the ship's public spaces and accommodations. 

Agents can see a sampling of public space photos (the spa, pool deck, atrium, library, card room, exercise facility and other spaces) in Part 1 of our Cruise Ship Tour.  

In this Part 2 of that Cruise Ship Tour, we showcase some of the ship's top accommodations, including the Owner’s Suite, #8067, plus the adjacent Concierge Level Stateroom #8069. You’ll also see a few Penthouse Suite shots. All are located on Sirena's Deck 8. 


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Owner's Suite - #8067

Entering the 1,000-square-foot Owner's Suite aft (#8067), guests will discover a spacious, comfortable living area with a light blue seating area. It's large enough for hosting many friends over for cocktails and conversation or watching a movie on the suite's large flat-screen TV.

This living space also has a dining table and chairs that can seat four people. Across the room is a long black credenza with a mini-fridge, drawers, glasses and more. In the suite's entry area is a large mirror and small shelf-like table that hugs the wall.   

Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young

The master bedroom of Sirena's Owner's Suite is very large. Are you a clothes-aholic? No worries if you're booked in this suite, as those who can't bear to leave clothes and shoes at home will gleefully discover a massive wall of closets and drawer space.

Inside are soft robes, slippers, a safe and more. Plus, the master bedroom has an attractive make-up and desk area with a large lighted mirror.

Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
In the photo above, a nice master bedroom feature is the humongous full length mirror on the wall. 
Shown below, the Owner's Suite master bathroom is visually appealing with different shades of marble and a very large shower.    
Photo by Susan J Young
Outside, the aft Owner's Suite has two deck chairs on one side of the teak-floored, open-air balcony, and a dining table and chairs on the other. See the two photos below.
The positioning on the aft section of the ship provides slanted structural framing for that balcony. 
Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
This suite also has a guest bathroom, which is shown below.
Photo by Susan J Young

#8069 Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom 

Adjacent to the Owner's Suite above is #8069, a Category A Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom.

While this stateroom doesn't connect directly to the Owner's Suite, its close proximity to that suite is appealing, particularly for a couple booking the Owner's Suite who wants to bring along adult children or parents.

The side-by-side accommodations offer easy access for family members to gather for dinner or cocktails en suite. 

Here are just a few photos of those Concierge Level Veranda accommodations, which span 216 square feet and include many amenities and exclusive privileges, along with the services of a dedicated concierge. 

Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
While we snapped a photo of the bathroom in this accommodation, it didn't turn out. Let's just say the small bathroom is basic (no marble) with a sink, toilet and shower. There is no cabinet under the sink, just a shelf. 

Penthouse Suites 

We also had just a quick peek at #8062, a Penthouse Suite (PH3), also far aft in the same corridor as the two accommodations above.

It's important to note that hospitality crew members were still preparing these accommodations for guest arrival, so we had to breeze quickly in and out. And not everything was "final" as it would be when the guest enters. Yet, the shots offer some visual perspective about these suites.   

Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
And here's another Penthouse configuration with twin beds, from #8057, Penthouse Suite (PH2) category. This suite is along the same Deck 8 corridor that leads to the Owner's Suite. 
Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
Photo by Susan J Young
Oceania's Sirena is now sailing in the Mediterranean. This fall it will head for South America, then return to PortMiami in January, before sailing again to South America.
In spring 2018, Sirena will offer Cuba sailings and will spend summer 2018 in Europe.

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