Oriental Spa Partners with Clinique La Prairie Onboard The World of ResidenSea

Passengers aboard The World of ResidenSea can now experience spa therapies from the Far East, performed by the celebrated Oriental Spa during a special treatment programme currently being presented exclusively on The World Spa, while the ship sails along the Pacific Coast of North America and Alaska.

The World Spa will host technicians from The Oriental Spa in Bangkok who will perform a range of signature therapies originated from famous spa itself; these including unique body treatments, therapeutic massages, and specially designed Oriental Spa wellbeing programmes.
All treatments utilise natural ingredients selected for their special therapeutic properties and are comprised of natural extracts from exotic herbs, spices and fruits. Guests and residents can select from signature therapies such as; the Traditional Thai Massage, which focuses on pressure points and stretching movements, or the Stimulating Leg and Foot Treatment, and the Papaya Body Polish, among others.
Voted ‘Best in The World’ by Travel + Leisure magazine for 2002, The Oriental Spa is hailed as a temple of wellbeing for the ultimate experience in rejuvenating the body, mind and soul. Established in 1993 by the famed and historical hotel, The Oriental, Bangkok, The Oriental Spa, has become an oasis of peace and tranquility, offering myriad therapies based on traditional Thai and modern Western techniques.
With more than 7,000 sq-ft of dedicated space, The World Spa is one of the best-equipped wellness, fitness and spa operations at sea, managed by Clinique La Prairie, the celebrated Swiss clinic.
The World of ResidenSea, a strikingly beautiful spa-ship, is the only resort community currently circumnavigating the globe.
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