The small spa doesn’t skimp on treatments or services.
The spa area is located on deck ten forward, right by the Aquaspa pool. The spa can’t accommodate too many people, so we recommend making an appointment early on if you want to go (there’s even an acupuncture facility on deck seven). The Aquaspa is a very nice area, but some wear and tear was evident in some places.
Treatments in the Aquaspa include a number of different facials and detox specials. The spa also offers a variety of massages, like hot stone, herbal poultice, aroma wrap, bamboo massage, as well as regular Swedish massage, deep tissue, and reflexology massages. Prices for facial treatments start at $107 and massages begin at $119. There are couples massages for $269, and, the absolute spa ritual, a 100-miute full-body massage and facial is available for $265.
You can have unlimited access to the spa’s Persian garden area, with its Turkish bath and aromatic rooms with heated benches, for $99 or $159 for couples.
Celebrity’s hair salon is part of the spa and offers all regular salon services: manicure, pedicure (regular, acrylic, and shellac), waxing, hair cuts and styles, as well as hair treatments. Teeth whitening treatments are available for $149, as is a fire and ice manicure and pedicure, for $50 respectively $70.
Read our description of the Aquapool in our pool section of this review.
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