Stunning new designs and decor

By Patti Pietschmann Travel Diva

 Oceania Riviera sports a glamorous new look after her stint in dry dock.  It’s all part of the brands OceanNEXT program—a continuance of fleet-wide enhancements which includes the Marina in 2020.

“This is not just a refurbishment but a way to  elevate guest experiences by the addition of surprising new elements,” said Bob Binder, president & CEO of Oceania Cruises.

A new spot for a jolt of joe

A new stunningly designed  java bar sparkles with silvery-greys, sea greens,  gold and high-gloss ebony on  white marble.

The suite life–Ralph Loren rules

The ship’s Concierge and Veranda staterooms and Penthouse Suites sport a stylish new airs.

For those of you who go top cabin, the Owner’s Suites are now impossibly chic.  You walk in through a stunning foyer with a limestone and black cabochon inset floor. Walls are done paneled with Georgian wood while floor to ceiling windows are dressed with Ralph Lauren Home Grimaldi-weave sail fabric. And, get this, there’s a self- playing ebony piano for in-suite entertainment.

There’s an  elegant living room with a Mayfair dining table lighted by a Barrett Knurled chandelier. The master suite is fitted with a Cote D’Azure king-size bed.  Framing the suites are wraparound teak verandas with custom-crafted by Ralph Lauren Home furnishings.

Credit for the new decor goes to Los Angeles based Trevor R. Howells Interior Design.

Can’t wait to sail on Riviera. Just go to  Pavlus Travel or  call 800-528-9300 to book your cruise.