The refurbishment comes as part of OceaniaNEXT enhancement project.
Sporting a color palette which is quintessentially Ralph Lauren, all suites are resplendent in white, navy, camel and creme. Upholstery and fabrics are a melange of stripes and solids, with pops of silver, gold and metallic. Attention is paid to every detail and the accommodations are layered in a way that just a Ralph Lauren Home room may be dressed.
Passengers will enter through the elegant foyer with walls of inset Georgian wood paneling, limestone and black cabochon inset floor, mahogany and quartzite bar. The spacious grand room features magnificent sea-views from its floor-to-ceiling windows, all with Ralph Lauren Grimaldi-weave sail fabric, and self-playing ebony piano providing the perfect interlude for entertaining.
The stylish living room features a saddle-suede sectional sofa that is accented with deep navy cushions accompanied by mahogany Lounge Moderne chair in navy and white Super-Yacht Stripe.
Dining Room’s centerpiece is the Mayfair dining table with Barrett Knurled chandelier. The master suite has been entirely redesigned with Cote D'Azur king-size bed, Mayfair Bergere side chairs and nickel-trimmed lighting accents. The wraparound teak verandas boast stylish pieces, custom-crafted for Oceania Cruises by Ralph Lauren Home.
Designed by LA-based Trevor R. Howells Interior Design, Oceania’s Owner's Suites reflect the appreciation of Ralph Lauren for Hollywood glamour and classical beauty.
The new Owner's Suites debut aboard Riviera in April 2019 and aboard Marina in May 2020.
Further details on new guest experiences and additional enhancements coming to both cruise ships are due to be revealed early 2019.