Oceania is known for world-class ships, elegant onboard experiences, and the finest dining at sea. We have touched on some of the finer points of Oceania’s offerings in previous articles, not because we play favorites, but because Oceania continues to impress.
The same dedication to quality, service, design, and detail that compels the entire industry to take notice of whatever this brand is up to, is the exact reason we are so excited for the Oceania Vista. Now we don’t have all of the details of this marvelous new ship yet, but here is a list of what we think you will love the most, so far:
- Oceania Vista’s new Signature Spaces. The designers set out to create visually captivating interiors. Anywhere the guests’ eyes fall is meticulously crafted to stimulate and inspire each traveler. Every detail is sure to astonish, from the dramatic chandeliers in the exciting new dining venues to the spiraled Grand Staircase.
- Ember. Is Vista’s contemporary American dining concept. Anytime Oceania rolls out a new restaurant, people pay attention. Ember combines time-honored traditional favorites with modern twists. Having already announced menu items like braised short ribs on polenta or grilled swordfish and asparagus, Ember is sure to satisfy.
- Horizon plays host to afternoon tea every day at four o’clock. Guests enjoy an assortment of artisanal teas while being served from four-tiered pastry carts filled to the brim with traditional favorites from finger sandwiches to the ever-popular crumpets and clotted cream. The lounge is wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows offering guests 180-degree views from which Vista gets her name.
- Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center continues Oceania’s commitment to providing cruisers access to state-of-the-art holistic wellness facilities. Guests can retreat to this onboard sanctuary for yoga classes, spa treatments, facials, and much more. Auquamar Spa will also house a full fitness center with classes. But– Vista will also have Aquamar Kitchen! This new dining venue features spa-inspired cuisine with fresh menu items like yellowfin tacos.
- The Suites and staterooms onboard were meticulously designed to be as spectacular as the public spaces, but with the added benefit of being the guests’ refuge at sea. Vista will feature new categories of staterooms including the concierge solo veranda and the French veranda. The addition of a single accommodation comes as exciting news as the popularity of single cruising increases.
The elegant suites onboard shine with hand-selected marble and wood accents. Each element is a conversation piece to be enjoyed in the palatial space of each suite. The 180-degree views of the lofty Vista suite come with up to 1,800 square feet of living space. The palatial Owners suite features 2,400 square feet of living space and expansive private terraces. The suite is so large that it spans the entire beam of the ship. Guests lucky enough to enjoy these rarely available suites will have 24-hour butler service, access to the executive lounge, and a list of additional exclusive amenities.
Oceania has already released a list of exciting voyages that are currently available to book. Spaces on inaugural cruises go fast, especially in the top suites. There will be more information to come and we will be here to keep you updated. Make sure to continue following our blog for more great content.