With exceptional kids clubs at sea, there is no reason why traveling moms and dads can’t take a spa focused vacation to unwind, reconnect, and chill out. Consider a spa themed wellness vacation cruise on your next journey. Let the kids play at the supervised kids program while you melt away stress with a hot stone massage.
A little time to relax, eat healthy, and work out is good for all of us. In the early days of cruise vacations, a typical onboard health kick was nothing more than taking a few laps around the ship’s deck and declining a second helping at dinner. Even today, that’s enough for some folks. But for those hoping to raise their heart levels and ease the stress in their lives, most cruise ships now support balancing a fun vacation with a healthy lifestyle.
Cruise lines acknowledge the necessity to keep abreast of health and wellness trends and, from breakfast until bedtime, offer tasty nutritious menus, activities and relaxation opportunities to help guests maintain a healthy body, mind and spirit.
Any workout routine you do at home, you can do on the high seas. Twenty-four hour health clubs, outfitted with the latest equipment and numerous classes such as spinning, kickboxing, Pilates, and yoga. Seeking tailored wellness guidance? Consider participating in the cruise line’s seminars on the subjects of nutrition, fitness and stress, and take time for individual consultations with a dietitian and/or health professional.
The level of onboard health awareness and support has evolved to where an entire cruise can be designed around healthy living. Celebrity Cruise Line offers guests the tools to indulge mind, body and spirit. Celebrity features a state of the art Fitness Center, the Aqua Spa with an array of body treatments, and to round out the menu is the Aqua Spa Café where guests may quench their thirst and nourish their bodies with healthy spa food.
Cruise lines like Celebrity are also riding the spa craze and designing stateroom accommodations to enhance the cruise experience. Celebrity Solstice’s AquaClass cabins are adjacent to the AquaSpa on the 2,850-passenger ship. There are 130 AquaClass cabins which have unlimited access to the spa relaxation room and aromatherapy steam room and their own 130-seat dining room called Blu. Together the special cabins and restaurant target people who want to focus their cruise on pampering and wellness.
A mind/body/spirit-enhancing experience on the high seas can be yours. If you have any questions, please contact Cruise Buzz at Cruise Holidays of Mission Viejo.