Carnival Cruise Lines has introduced a hassle free way to book your spa treatments before you even board the ship.
The advanced reservation system that can be found on all 22 of the lines “fun” ships makes it a simple stress free way to book the things you want whilst pre planning your budget.
The site offers customers over 30 different treatments all of which can be purchased and booked online. Treatments include acupuncture services, soothing massages, Elemis advanced facials, invigorating detoxification wraps, slimming treatments as well as manicures, tooth whitening, and men’s services.
The cruise comes complete with an expansive gym with sophisticated exercise equipment and aerobics rooms which serve as the venue for a host of organized exercise classes. Wellness counselling such as nutrition and fitness classes are also available.
“Personal pampering in our luxurious spas are a highlight of the Carnival vacation experience and our new on-line spa reservations system provides our guests with an easy and convenient way to pre-purchase a variety of treatments which serve as the perfect complement to a ‘Fun Ship’ cruise,” said Bob Woodry, Carnival’s vice president of hotel commerce.
“Since our spa appointments are known for filling up rather quickly on board, this on-line reservation system allows guests to secure their preferred spa treatment before their vacation begins,” he added.
Customers can access this service once they have a fully deposited cruise reservation up to seven days before the cruise departure. Once they have paid for there spa treatment on line they will be issued with a printable confirmation order with all details attached.
Carnival Cruises offer some of the most luxurious Spa’s available at sea ranging from 12,000 to 21,000 square feet.
The anticipated arrival of the new Carnival Dream is set to debut Sept. 21, 2009 two-level with a 23,750-square-foot “Cloud 9 Spa.
Carnival Cruises offer 18-day cruises to The Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, Panama Canal, Canada, New England, Europe, Bermuda and South America. The line currently has two new ships scheduled for delivery between now and 2011. The first of those, the 130,000-ton Carnival Dream, is set to debut Sept. 21, 2009.