See the Plush Spa Planned for Regent Seven Seas Explorer

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Christened the most luxurious cruise ship ever, Regent Seven Seas Explorer will feature a plush spa to ensure guests enjoy some R&R time.

The Canyon Ranch SpaClub
The Canyon Ranch SpaClub

Located on deck five, the state-of-the-art Canyon Ranch SpaClub will boast uber-luxe treatments developed by Canyon Ranch as well as lifestyle and beauty experts. There are eight treatment rooms, a thermal suite with an ultramodern infrared sauna, aromatic steam room and a “cold room”, announced the cruise liner.

Upon entering the reception area of the spaclub, guests will experience a greater level of relaxation with the interior design radiating a warm and welcoming softness.  Treatment areas feature heated loungers with seating surfaces designed specifically to minimize discomfort and to warm the skin and tissue into a deep state of relaxation. Treatments range from deep tissue massage to body-exfoliating rituals to a deep detoxification. Products include omegas 3, 6 and 9, sourced directly from the Arctic, organic sea salts harvest directly from the Atlantic Ocean and a number of organic minerals.

Following your lush spa treatment, guests can make use of the infrared sauna, which soothes muscles more deeply than traditional steam saunas. There is also an aromatic steam room, which is noted to eases muscles into a sense of healing and relaxation. The cold room maintains a constant temperature of 54 degrees Fahrenheit, mirroring cold plunges that stimulate circulation and are believed to improve health. In the soothing shower room, guests opt for a menu of preset shower treatments with various distributions of water flow as well as chroma-therapeutic lighting and audio effects that mimic natural sounds such as thunderstorms or waterfalls.

The private deck area planned for the spa.
The private deck area planned for the spa.

However, luxury doesn’t stop there.  Located on a private outdoor deck, is a partially covered lounge chairs that surround an infinity-edge plunge pool. Guests are treated to incredible views across the sea as they soak in the therapeutic waters of the pool. Additionally, there is a full-service salon adjacent to the spaclub to indulge in extra pampering.

As previously reported, the all-suite cruise liner will begin its maiden voyage from Monte Carlo on July 20, 2016 and will navigate to 10 Mediterranean cities before crossing into North America on a 16-night Atlantic Retreat voyage from Rome to Miami. From Miami, the luxury liner will journey on a 14-night round-trip voyage on Dec. 4. In addition, there will be a 10-night Caribbean dawn round-trip on Dec. 18. The Seven Seas Explorer will also ring in the New Year with a 16-night Grand Canal Crossing from Miami to Los Angeles with stops throughout the Caribbean and Central America.

(Photos via Regents Seven Seas Cruises)

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