Seabourn Now Taking Spa Reservations Online

Seabourn Cruises is now accepting spa reservations online as much as six months prior to departure on any of its three ships via the line's website. Spa reservations will also be available via online for Seabourn Odyssey, which will debut in June of 2009 with an expansive, 11,400-square-foot indoor/outdoor spa facility spread over two decks.

Once guests select a treatment, the reservation is added to the guests’ bookings and deposit is required at the time the reservation is made. Payment is added to the guests’ shipboard accounts to be settled on board. Services can also be canceled without penalty up to 24 hours prior to the time of the appointment time.

As an added bonus, the reservation system automatically alerts guests to conflicts with shore excursions or other activities that guests may have previously reserved. Likewise, if guests later attempt to book an activity that conflicts with the spa appointment, a warning will be generated and the conflicting reservation cannot be booked.


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