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#1
London
4 Posts
Joined Nov 2007
We are great fans of SeaDream and love their relaxed and chic SeaDream I & II. One of the reasons we return time and again is the great spas - we love great traditional and oriental treatments and SeaDream is the only member of the Thai Spa Association, who are the people who do quality control for the Banyan Tree and Chiva Som Resort to name but two!

SeaDream own their own Spas, so there's no mark up by intermediaries and with all the staff being experienced and from Thailand, treatments are not only authentic, but quite excellent.

A quick word of advice - SeaDream's Thai Spas are just what the name says, and they arent beauty salons, so their "treatment menus" focus on massages and other well-being treatments and they dont do "routine maintenance" - such as leg waxes etc etc.

Ps. You also get a perosnal trainer for free in the gym!
#2
84,315 Posts
Joined Jul 2000
Thanks for sharing your thoughts on SeaDream. We have sailed with Seabourn, but have not had the opportunity to try SeaDream as of yet.

Keith