The elegant sauna department crowns the cruise
What would it be like to relax in the sauna and jacuzzi while looking at the sea views from the large windows? It succeeds at home in the Baltic Sea as part of a cruise.
The Spa & Wellness department of Viking Grace, which started operating in 2013, will not be experienced by many cruise travelers, but if you dream of relaxing properly on a cruise, you should not miss the department. Behind the doors opens an elegant spa, which pampers travelers of all ages, but is especially aimed at adult tastes.
The ship’s sauna department offers not only a variety of saunas but also two large hot tubs and a cooling snow cave. There is no need to enjoy the scenery without a sauna drink, as the spa also has a sauna bar serving refreshments. In addition, visitors can pamper themselves with the services of both a beautician and a masseur.
Viking Grace’s Spa & Wellness Department is located on Deck 11. Its strengths include elegant décor and good facilities, as well as large landscape windows overlooking the Baltic Sea archipelago.
The stay is two hours and a bathrobe and towel are included. Children are welcome accompanied by an adult, otherwise the age limit is 16 years. The spa does not have a shallow pool specifically for children.
Book your own sauna and jacuzzi for private use
The sauna section of Viking Grace can also be enjoyed privately among your own party, as there are two VIP sauna rooms for six people for private use only. Each room has its own sauna, jacuzzi and lounges.
There are two types of saunas: one is a traditional closed sauna, and the other has a large landscape window. There is also a private toilet in the space with a landscape window, and a bottle of sparkling wine is included in the price of the reservation.
The reservation time for private facilities, like the rest of the spa department, is two hours.
This is what the Viking Grace bathroom looks like – look at the pictures!
Source and pictures: Viking Line
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