Thallostherapy/spa fee on marina

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#21
3,735 Posts
Joined Sep 2003
Originally posted by Jancruz
Question wasnt so much the prices BUT if they change them according to location..answer I got was no....only specials sometime..thats the difference..
Jancruz1
Actually, the OP's question was about the daily fee (or 10-day fee) for a spa pass if one doesn't have a treatment and is not in a PH or above cabin. By the time she made post #5 she had called the Canyon Ranch and got the correct answer about the price for the spa pass which is what she wanted to know.
#22
5,387 Posts
Joined Feb 2003
Originally posted by gillianrose
Actually, the OP's question was about the daily fee (or 10-day fee) for a spa pass if one doesn't have a treatment and is not in a PH or above cabin. By the time she made post #5 she had called the Canyon Ranch and got the correct answer about the price for the spa pass which is what she wanted to know.
Gillianrose,
My answer was from corporate for posting #6 from Jim and Stan
Jancruz1
#23
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Joined Sep 2003
Originally posted by Jancruz
Gillianrose,
My answer was from corporate for posting #6 from Jim and Stan
Jancruz1
OK, now I understand.

So I'll ask you something, too.

I'll start a new thread.
#24
5,387 Posts
Joined Feb 2003
Originally posted by gillianrose
OK, now I understand.

So I'll ask you something, too.

I'll start a new thread.
I will watch for it..
Jancruz1
#25
Southern CA
3,061 Posts
Joined Jun 2009
Originally posted by hondorner
Definitely wrong about the 3 bottles of wine -- some folks have brought a couple of cases of wine on board. There is also no limit on reasonable amounts of beer, liquor or other spirits, at embarkation or any other port. The rules that are in the contract are only there to enable the ship staff to enforce them if there is an obnoxious drunk. Otherwise, Oceania treats you like an adult. Alcohol is NEVER held.

The reps, for the most part, have never been on an Oceania cruise. They only know what they read, and they often misinterpret, or make things up when thye don't know. A good travel agent who has traveled on Oceania is worth her weight in gold. That's where I learned much of what I know about Oceania.
Thanks for your help. I will def contact Oceania and ask for a supervisor to email me a response to my questions. Thanks to Jim & Stan too...