Oceania Cruises Share Remastered Riviera Images
Oceania Cruises have shared a collection of images highlighting the enhancements made during Riviera’s recent period in dry-dock.
The 1250-guest capacity ship, which spent much of April and May in Marseille undergoing the refurbishment programme, joined the Oceania Cruises fleet in 2012 and has been ‘remastered’ as part of the cruise line’s OceaniaNEXT initiative.
One of the key enhancements is an all-new coffee-bar area on Deck 14. The lounge's decor has been updated with gold fabrics and high-quality marble tiling and now offers sweeping ocean views courtesy of large windows. Taking pride of place in the new-look lounge is a Victoria Arduino espresso machine, regarded as the “Rolls Royce” of coffee makers.
Riviera's accommodation has also been updated to reflect the better-than-new improvements made to Oceania's R-Class vessels, Insignia and Sirena. The Veranda Staterooms, Concierge Staterooms and Penthouse Suites have been treated to new walnut panelling, upholstered headboards as well as the fresh colour pale tte of caramel, ivory and espresso.
Riviera’s three Owners Suites have also been enhanced. Designed by Trevor R. Howells in Los Angeles and furnished exclusively with the Ralph Lauren Home Collection, the Owners Suites now boast a dedicated entrance foyer, floor-to-ceiling windows and an elegant living room space complete with a Mayfair dining table and a Barrett Knurled chandelier.
Commenting on Riviera’s enhancements, Oceania Cruises’ President and CEO , Bob Binder, said:
“With the evolution of OceaniaNEXT, this was a great opportunity not just to enhance the guest experience aboard Riviera, but to elevate it through the addition of surprising new e lements.”
Oceania’s Riviera will now begin a summer season in the Mediterranean and Northern Eur ope before heading to the Caribbean in November.
For further details regarding Riviera or to receive a quote for a future voyage, please call our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677.