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Celebrity Beyond features first AquaClass Sky Suites, enhanced wellness offerings

New to Celebrity Beyond are AquaClass Sky Suites
‘Wellness is part of our brand strategy and it’s not just what features in the spa,' said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, during a virtual reveal of the wellness programme for Celebrity Beyond on Wednesday.

‘Wellness is top of line for our guests and for Beyond we will see it through the staterooms, the culinary offer, shore excursions and fitness centre and spa,’ added Celebrity's Brian Abel, SVP hotel operations.

First AquaClass Sky Suites

The first AquaClass Sky Suites will feature a special wellness programme including personal spa concierge and in-room menus focussed on either yoga meditation, strength, stretch or cardio.

Lutoff-Perlo introduced several influential leaders in the wellness space who are collaborating on Celebrity Beyond’s wellness experience.

Interior designer Kelly Hoppen, who created The Spa on Celebrity Edge, said she will be taking The Spa on Beyond to the next level.

Among the 120 treatments is a new collection of 12 destination-inspired therapies from locations Celebrity ships visit, from Caribbean coconut to jade from the Far East, and from Alaskan mud to Baltic soapstone.

F45 training studio and Kerastase salon

Susan Bonner, chief commercial officer at OneSpaWorld, commented, ‘Wellness is not just about looking good but feeling good,’ and talked about Beyond firsts like an F45 training studio and Kerastase salon.

This third Edge-class ship, set to debut in April 2022, will feature a Women in Wellness programme shaped by ambassadors including Australian Olympian Morgan Mitchel; Katie Brauer, founder of The Yoga Professional; Noella Gabriel, co-founder of Elemis; best-selling US author Kimberley Snyder and Celebrity Cruises' new well-being advisor, goop's Gwyneth Paltrow.