NEW YORK — Regent Seven Seas
Cruises today gave a sneak preview of the spa services to be offered aboard the
Seven Seas Explorer when that ship launches in summer 2016.
The luxury line has partnered
with Canyon Ranch SpaClub and Red Flower, a New York-based manufacturer of
beauty and aromatherapy products, for several body treatments that will be
exclusive to Regent.
At the Carlyle hotel
here, Regent offered an abbreviated version of one of those treatments: Red
Flower North Atlantic Journey, which the line described
as "an 80-minute body-exfoliating ritual with organic
sea salts harvested from the Atlantic Ocean, enriched with sea algae and aloe
vera and scented with Icelandic moonflower” plus an Italian blood orange hydrating
wrap and a massage with French lavender oil.
The spa space, situated
on Deck 5, was designed by RTKL. Drawing inspiration from the cocoon, the
design was “envisioned as a metaphor for the rejuvenation guests experience
during their spa visit,” Regent said.
The spa treatments will
debut aboard the Seven Seas Explorer before rolling out fleetwide.
The Seven Seas Explorer
will spend its inaugural season in Europe before sailing the Caribbean from