Amid much fanfare, Celebrity Solstice is arriving Down Under on November 30. If you’ve already booked a cruise, why not add a special spa treatment in the ship’s AquaSpa to your list of holiday treats? You can book online before you even board. Celebrity Cruises is renowned for its health resort-style luxury and guests looking for a completely indulgent spa experience will be impressed by the long list of treatments and facilities available onboard.
AquaSpa offers a full range of classic Elemis spa treatments, including relaxing massages, body wraps and facials. For those who want to return from their cruise looking extra “rested” there’s a selection of popular medi-spa treatments available, including Botox, Restylane and Perlane; Elemis Oxydermy facials; and teeth whitening. After some serious pampering, guests can retire to the “Persian Garden” which is fitted out with curved, heated tile beds designed to loosen muscles and joints and promote a state of blissful relaxation.
More energetic types can explore the fitness centre which offers specialised classes and state-of-the-art equipment. If you book into an AquaClass stateroom, you will also get exclusive access to Blu – the fine dining restaurant offering what the cruise line calls “clean cuisine”. Expect full flavour and innovative cuisine (but without the usual rich sauces) that will keep you feeling blissed inside and out.
Celebrity Solstice will depart from Fremantle and has two cruises on offer in February that take in the Top End as well as Bali before heading down the east coast to Sydney. The cruises are for a leisurely 17 nights: check out www.celebritycruises.com.au for more details.
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