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Cabins: All accommodations have a vanity-desk and a seating area with sofa or chair and a table, generous closet and drawer/shelf storage, marble- and granite-clad bathrooms, hair dryer, robes for use during the cruise, safe, and refrigerator. Inside staterooms have a shower only; all other categories have a separate shower and bathtub. Oceania’s Tranquility Beds are dressed in high thread-count linens. Concierge-level stateroom occupants are greeted with a bottle of champagne on ice and have access to a private concierge lounge, a laptop to use during the cruise, complimentary shoeshine and pressing services, priority dining reservations, designer toiletries, and a tote bag.

Suites: In addition to the concierge amenities, suites have an entertainment center with a DVD and CD player, a refrigerator, walk-in closet, and marble- and granite-bathrooms with a bathtub and designer toiletries. The top three suite categories have whirlpool tubs and separate showers and a guest powder room. Oceania Suites also have a media room, while Vista and Owner’s suites have private workout rooms. Butlers are on hand to coordinate reservations and serve evening canapés and dinner ordered from the ship's restaurants.

Accessibility: Six staterooms are designed to be wheelchair-accessible.

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