Motivation Monday: Oceania Vista Ship Rooms & Suite Design Revealed

The Oceania Vista, sailing in early 2023, is going to have some very luxurious accommodations onboard.

All staterooms and suites will have larger bathrooms with more storage, rainforest style showers, and larger rooms will have even larger living and dining areas.

Rendering of the Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom aboard the Vista. (photo via Oceania Cruises)

This will also be the first Oceania ship to provide some solo traveler rooms – which are going to be called Concierge Level Solo Veranda Staterooms. These will offer a private veranda, separate sleeping area as well as access to the Concierge lounge onboard.

Featuring warm silver and wheat colors, with pops of seagrass, gold, and sienna and designed to be very relaxing, every suite will have these lovely new designs.

The regular Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom also has the lounge access but offers a Queen size bed, sitting area, and veranda, plus free laundry services and other amenities as well.

Rendering of the Veranda Stateroom aboard the Vista. (photo via Oceania Cruises)

Next up after the Veranda rooms would be the Penthouse suite at 440 sq ft with walk-in closet, larger bathroom, dual vanities, large private veranda as well as a butler for requests or question, guests in the Penthouse Suite get access to the Executive Lounge.

Rendering of the Penthouse Suite aboard the Vista. (photo via Oceania Cruises)

The Vista has 14 Oceania Suites, with beautiful views of the ocean in its 1,000 -1,200 sq ft of space, complete with its own master bedroom with a king size bed & large bathroom, guest studio which can be used like an office, a guest bathroom, living room, dining room & of course, a private veranda. These also come with butlers & access to the Executive Lounge.

Rendering of the Oceania Suite’s Living Room aboard the Vista. (photo via Oceania Cruises)

Last but best, the Vista Suite. There are only 8 of these on board. Boasting a huge 1,450-1,850 square feet of living space (larger than my home!), they offer a huge living room, dining room, bar, veranda, a master bedroom with walk-in closet and a soaking tub in the bathroom. These suites, like the others, come equipped with butlers and offer access to the Executive Lounge as well.

Rendering of the Vista Suite Living Room aboard the Vista. (photo via Oceania Cruises)

If you have never sailed with Oceania, you may want to give them a try! They have AMAZING food (do try the Sea Bass!) as well as gorgeous spaces on board. They are luxury but not fancy in how people need to dress and such on board. I have several clients who love them for their itinerary diversity, luxury amenities, inclusive nature, as well as the amazing food!

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