Sirena was launched in 1999 and purchased by Oceania Cruises in 2016, when it was extensively refurbished. It attracts couples who enjoy good food in elegant but not overly formal surroundings. It has a gross tonnage of 30,277 and can carry 684 passengers and 400 crew.
Sirena has a total 384 staterooms ranging from 160 square feet Inside Staterooms to 1,000 square feet Owner’s Suites. Rooms have Queen-size beds with 1,000-thread-count linen, refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water, Bulgari toiletries, twice-daily maid service, Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service, flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming, DVD player, Wi-Fi, desk, safe, hairdryer, robes and slippers.
The Grand Dining Room has open seating for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and serves Continental and French cuisine. The casual Terrace Café has inside and outdoor tables for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and Waves Grill offers lunch and a bar menu. There are two specialty restaurants which open for dinner only and require reservations: Red Ginger serves contemporary interpretations of Asian classics and the Tuscan Grill is inspired by the flavours of Italy.
The Canyon Ranch Spa Club has treatment rooms, Thalassotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and a beauty salon. The fitness centre has the latest exercise equipment and classes in indoor cycling, aerobics, Pilates and yoga. There is a jogging track, large heated pool, two whirlpools and a Sports Deck with a shuffleboard court and a nine-hole mini-golf course.
Sirena does not have facilities or entertainment specifically for children.
– Cruise Passenger
Room Service was DIVINE!! The menu is extensive and everything came piping hot & delicious. Since we were in an Inside cabin we couldn’t order anything hot for breakfast. Suites only, I believe. Disembarkation was a breeze. These folks are PROS! Oceania is now our favorite cruise line. Sirena has outshone Seabourn Legend by miles!! -UAL_FlyGal
– Cruise Critic
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