The transformation of the Owner's Suites and Vista Suites and the Bvlgari addition are part of the $40m renovation planned for the ship currently sailing as Ocean Princess. Sirena is due to join Oceania Cruises in the spring.
The six Owner’s Suites have been redesigned with a lighter color palette and a contemporary look. Spanning nearly 1,000 square feet each, these suites feature custom-made furnishings, the line's Prestige Tranquility Bed, a newly renovated master bath with a lavish, oversized shower, a private half-bath for guests and a teak veranda.
The four redesigned Vista Suites have a cozy sitting area, a sizable bedroom with Prestige Tranquility Bed, a marble-accented master bath with expansive shower, a second bath for guests and a veranda with sweeping views over the ship’s bow.
In both the Owner’s Suites and Vista Suites vibrant artwork and dark walnut finishes will provide contrast with the lighter hues featured in the custom furnishings.
All Oceania Cruises accommodations receive Bvlgari bath amenities, including include, conditioner, shower gel, body lotion and soap. The new Bvlgari amenities for Concierge Level and above feature a tea-scented selection including The Blanc, The Vert, The Rouge and a new scent offered exclusively by Oceania Cruises, The Blu.
Additionally, Owner’s and Vista Suite passengers are presented with a keepsake gift box of Bvlgari amenities called 'The Bvlgari Hotel Gift Collection' to use on board or take home.
The news about the redesigned top suites closely follows details about fresh dining concepts for Sirena.
Oceania Cruises will take delivery of Ocean Princess from Princess Cruises in March. The ship will transform into Sirena during a 35-day drydock upgrade in Marseille that incorporates more recent additions to the fleet such as Baristas and the cook-to-order grill at Terrace Café.
Sirena will enter service on April 27 with a 14-night cruise from Barcelona to Venice.