The largest and most expensive suite on the Oceania Marina.
In 2000 marvelous square feet, a large central entrance hall (with closets and a half bath) branches off into the master bedroom and bathroom on one end, and the spacious living area on the other.
The master bedroom offers a king sized bed, with loads of extra space surrounding it. There are some chairs and a vanity table in this room that could be a suite all unto itself.
The large circular marble bathroom has a roomy shower stall as well as a full sized whirlpool bathtub, with openings onto one of the balconies.
The extra space in this suite is unbelievable for a cruise ship. When you walk in, a baby grand piano sits comfortably in the main hall next to a small bar and seating area. The living room really is three rooms put together with couches and an entertainment center. In addition to these extras, a small exercise room lets you work out at leisure, in private.
The walk-in closets could be more aptly named walk-in-and-around closets, there’s so much space.
Two balconies are entered from either side of the entrance hall. The side closest to the master bedroom has a whirlpool tub at one end. Both balconies wrap around the entire area of the suite, giving guests views on three sides of the Marina.
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