With the announcement of Oceania Cruises’ latest initiative “OceaniaNEXT,” the cruise line is poised to make an array of drastic enhancements designed to elevate the guest experience on every level.
Led by Miami-based Studio DADO, the program includes a $100 million refurbishment of the line’s four R-Class ships, the Regatta, Insignia, Sirena, and Nautica, which will result in 342 brand-new designer suites and staterooms and new décor in the restaurants, lounges, and bars.
The ships will get modern, sleek new interiors that present the essence of luxury residential design. Upgraded public spaces will include the Reception Hall and Upper Hall, as well as a new Grand Staircase framed by detailed railings and balustrades inset with crystal accents that will welcome guests onboard. The Grand Dining Room will feature luxe leather dining chairs accented with metallic bronze threading to catch the light from the stunning new crystal chandelier, which will be the room’s centerpiece.
The Stateroom renovations provide a brighter and more spacious atmosphere to complete the overhaul.
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