Oceania Sirena deck 5 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Oceania Sirena deck 5

  • “Sirena Lounge” is the ship’s theater (main show lounge) with Stage (live evening entertainment program) and Dance Floor (themed dancing night parties). During the day, the Lounge hosts trivia quizzes, guest lectures and media presentations. In the evenings, the entertainment program features live music and dance shows, comedy acts, magicians, classical music concerts, jazz ensembles.
  • The Casino (age limit 18yo) operates with USD bets (max limit is $1000 pp pd) and is served by its own Casino Bar. The Casino has gaming tables (blackjack, poker, roulette – operational between 2-5:30pm) and slot machines (operational from 8:30pm till closing).
  • “Martinis” is a piano bar for a variety of Martinis (also hosting martini tastings). Entertainment here features live piano performances.
  • Boutique Shops sell duty-free jewelry, perfumes, Oceania Cruises-logo merchandise, special occasion gifts, brand fashion and accessories, convenience goods.
  • “Upper Hall” is a lounge area with a grand piano, and is served by the Martinis Bar.
  • “Grand Bar” is a wine bar located next to the Sirena’s dining room restaurant. The bar hosts wine tastings in the evening (premium wines by the glass, sommelier service). By the Oceania Cruises refurbishment program, the Serena ship’s Grand Bar is also served by Baristas. Dedicated staff makes complimentary illy beverages (espresso, cappuccino, latte) with complimentary pastries, biscotti, finger sandwiches.
  • Red Ginger (portside location, across the Grand Bar) is a feng shui-inspired Asian specialty restaurant with Thai-Japanese-Vietnamese cuisine. It offers a 5-course “tasting” menu plus a separate a la carte menu. The interior decor here features statues and elements of bronze, furnishings of fine ebony wood, modern Asian artworks, crystal chandeliers in bright-red. The Red Ginger restaurant is currently present only on the Oceania Cruises newest ships Marina and Riviera.
  • Grand Dining Room is a complimentary restaurant (340 seats) for open-seating Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (menus are changed daily). Its amenities include high-quality linens, Versace china, Riedel crystal, Christofle silverware, frescoed dome-ceiling, floor-ceiling windows.
  • On the Sirena ship was first introduced a new for Oceania Cruises (bistro-style) dining concept. At lunch, the ship’s MDR (Main Dining Room) transforms into "The Bistro by Jacques” (aka “Jacques Bistro”). The new concept allows the MDR to serve lunch also on port days, as opposed to the traditional self-serve port day lunches at the buffet restaurant. This lunch-only French bistro serves an exclusive menu with signature dishes by the Oceania cruise company's executive chef Mr Jacques Pepin. The lunch menu is rotational and varies by season and itineraries, as most ingredients are locally sourced (at ports of call). The Bistro’s menu includes grilled and short-cooked meat meals, stews and sauces, gourmet soups and salads. The list of signature specialties features Dover Sole (aka common sole / flatfish), Blanquette de veau (veal ragout), Escargots a la Bourguignonne (snails in butter), croquemonsieur (fried boiled ham-and-cheese sandwich), Steak au poivres (aka pepper steak / filet mignon), roast chicken, gourmet burger, Salade Nicoise (tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, olives, anchovies), Croque-Monsieur (baked ham and cheese sandwich), many vegetarian dishes, desserts, plus daily specials. The "Lunchtime at The Bistro" also offers 14 "Taste of the World" food selections, each dish featuring 6 different regional / local specialties inspired by the cruise ship's culinary team.

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