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Residential-style luxury and some solo rooms for Oceania Cruises' new Vista

The Vista suite living room is flanked by a dining room and bar area that open onto an expansive teak veranda
Oceania Cruises aims to set new standards for comfort and residential-style luxury in the accommodations aboard its new Vista, debuting in early 2023.

In a first for the brand, Vista will feature a new category of concierge level veranda staterooms dedicated to solo travelers.

'... Our goal is for guests to feel instantly at home from the moment they enter their stateroom or suite aboard Vista,' Oceania President and CEO Bob Binder said.

Today the line shared the design and décor elements of Vista's veranda staterooms, penthouse suites, Oceania suites and vista suites.

All feature well-appointed bathrooms with oversized rain forest showers, large vanities and copious storage space. Penthouse, Oceania and Vista suites provide an abundance of living and dining space for entertaining or simply relaxing.

Veranda stateroom

Measuring 291 square feet of living space including the veranda, Vista's standard veranda staterooms are bathed in soft tones of harvest and wheat punctuated with seagrass and bold sienna. Each is furnished with a queen size Tranquility Bed, a seating area, abundant storage space and oversized bathroom.

Concierge level veranda stateroom

Shades of cream and rich fawn set the tone for a respite with an extravagantly dressed queen size Tranquility Bed, sitting area, closet and storage space, and a marble bath with walk-in rain forest shower. Additional amenities include a dedicated Concierge Lounge, room service from The Grand Dining Room and free laundry service.

Concierge level solo veranda stateroom

Solo travelers have this new category of stateroom described as spacious and airy yet cozy, with separate sitting and sleeping area and copious storage space plus Concierge Level amenities and Lounge access.

Penthouse suite

Measuring 440 square feet, penthouse suites feature the added luxuries of a walk-in closet, an oversized bath with dual vanities and a large veranda overlooking the sea. Butler service and keycard access to the suites-only Executive Lounge with its dedicated concierge are extra perks.

Oceania suite

The 14 Oceania suites are situated in prime locations atop the ship. Averaging approximately 1,000 to 1,200 square feet, each has living and dining spaces for entertaining, including an oversized teak veranda. The master bedroom holds a king size bed, dressing room and marble-clad bathroom. Each suite has a study or guest studio and guest bathroom. Butler service and keycard access to the suites-only Executive Lounge are included.

Vista suite

Offering the loftiest of locations affording sweeping 180-degree views and 1,450 to 1,850 square feet of living space, the eight Vista suites are designed to be the ultimate seaside villas, Oceania said. Swathed in subtle tones and accented by marbles, granites and weathered oak, each is a true retreat. The living room is flanked by a dining room and bar area that open onto an expansive teak veranda.

The master suite features a wardrobe room and dressing area adjacent to the oversized and sunlit master bath with soaking tub. Vista suites offer an additional layer of pampering with 24-hour butler service and access to the suites-only Executive Lounge.

Details on Vista's owner's suites will be revealed at a later date.

The ship's inaugural season itineraries will open for viewing on Sept. 9 and will go on sale Sept. 15.