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Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Launch New Onboard Spa Fleetwide
Seven Seas Explorer (Photo: Cruise Critic)

Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Launch New Onboard Spa Fleetwide

Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Launch New Onboard Spa Fleetwide
Seven Seas Explorer (Photo: Cruise Critic)

October 10, 2019

Sarah Gibson
By Sarah Gibson
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(2:35 p.m. EDT) -- Regent Seven Seas will replace a decade-long Canyon Ranch spa partnership with its own brand: Serene Spa & Wellness. The new spa will launch fleetwide this winter on all Regent ships, including Seven Seas Splendor, which debuts in February 2020.
Treatments include Elemis facial therapies and Kerastase salon services, as well as Regent-original massages, body treatments, manicures, pedicures, fitness classes and wellness-related shore excursions. There will also be a Serene Spa & Wellness Selections category in select onboard restaurants, featuring choices that are globally inspired and health conscious.
Services on the spa menu are intended to reflect the destinations on Regent's itineraries around the world. They include the Mediterranean-inspired Regent Massage, United Kingdom-inspired Calming Rose Facial and South Pacific-inspired Regent Manicure and Pedicure.
"Regent is deeply inspired by the peace and serenity that can be found in every region of our globe, and we are bringing the beautiful traditions and tried-and-true techniques of the world's cultures into the exclusive experiences of Serene Spa & Wellness through spa treatments, cuisine and captivating shore excursions," said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Serene Spa & Wellness will launch on Seven Seas Explorer on December 7, 2019. The rest of the existing fleet will get the spa in 2020: Seven Seas Mariner on January 6, Seven Seas Voyager on January 7 and Seven Seas Navigator on January 23.
In addition to the treatments and spa experiences listed above, Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor will also feature the Serene Spa & Wellness Hydrothermal Suite with a multisensory aromatherapy steam room, a chill room, an infrared sauna and experiential showers.
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