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Fancy luxury cryo-body detoxes & salt stone massages for 3 days? There’s a holiday for that

Cunard wellness is to be taken to an exciting new level when new ship Queen Anne embarks on her maiden voyage this spring.

Cunard and Harper’s Bazaar UK, one of the world’s most iconic fashion and beauty magazines, have joined forces to create an exclusive wellness program for guests aboard the new 3,000-guest Queen Anne luxury cruise.

Cunard wellness: Queen Anne maiden voyage

The collaboration, a new chapter in Cunard’s award-winning wellness offerings, features three curated spa packages focused on detoxing, energising, or relaxing.

Scheduled to embark on its maiden voyage on May 3, Queen Anne will offer guests a three-day journey within the Harper’s Bazaar Wellness at Sea proposition.


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What to expect from Cunard wellness packages

Each package, available for an additional US$629 charge, includes a selection of spa treatments, ELEMIS products, and nutritionally balanced dining options from Queen Anne’s The Pavilion Wellness Café.

The Harper’s Bazaar Detox Journey focuses on clean living habits with a cryo-body detox and body sculpting treatment.

The Energise Journey empowers guests through mindful eating, massage, and movement, including a bamboo massage.

The Relax Journey offers soothing treatments like a restorative salt stone massage to reset the nervous system. Each package also includes a selection of ELEMIS products to enhance the wellness experience.


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Cunard wellness onboard Queen Anne: Wellbeing venues

Queen Anne’s Mareel Wellness & Beauty introduces a new era of wellbeing at sea. The Pavilion, an open-air oasis on the top deck with a retractable glass dome roof, serves as a multifunctional space.

Designed by David Collins Studio, it includes the Wellness Studio for fitness enthusiasts and The Pavilion Wellness Café, offering a diverse menu of seasonal, nutritious dishes.

Architect Martin Francis, known for his work on the Louvre Pyramid, redesigned the glass dome to create more height and light in the Wellness Studio. The spa on Queen Anne provides a tranquil sanctuary for unique experiences, such as cryo-body treatments and Himalayan salt sauna sessions.

The Pavilion Wellness Café on Queen Anne caters to breakfast, lunch, and daytime diners, emphasizing plant-powered foods and sustainably sourced options.

The ship also offers the widest selection of low and no-alcohol drinks in Cunard’s history, with The Pavilion Wellness Café featuring feel-good smoothies, shots, and cold-pressed juices, including options like a Nutriquench and a Pick me up Elixir. Low-alcohol cocktails like a Kombucha Bellini and Chinotto Spritz are also on the menu.


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Published 23.01.24