Disney Dream – Senses Spa

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Senses Spa & Salon is located on deck 11 of the Disney Dream, with some additional treatment rooms on deck 12. The 16,000 square foot facility contains a state-of-the-art fitness center, barbershop, hair & nail salon, hot tubs, and sauna, as well as a variety of treatment rooms offering services such as massages, algae wraps and facials.

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Barbershop

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The Smile Spa offers teeth whitening services.

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The 2,500 square foot fitness center includes equipment for cardiovascular workouts and weight training, as well as group classes such as Pilates, yoga, and spinning.

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Chill is the spa facility exclusively for teens ages 13-17, offering spa services designed specifically for them.

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In the Rainforest guests can choose any number of ways to relax and renew.

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Lay back on heated tile beds with a view of the ocean.

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Or soak your cares away in a whirlpool tub.

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Relax in the dry heat of the Turkish hamam.

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Or if you prefer steam, there’s also an ocean-view sauna.

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Refresh yourself in one of the four themed showers – each with its own scents and sounds.

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Relax in one of the recliners as you listen to soothing music.

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The beverage station offers cool water and a selection of teas.

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There are two spa villas, where couples can enjoy a private treatment room and an outdoor veranda with its own whirlpool tub and shower.

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One of the villas is accessible.

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Treatment room

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Guests can have a custom scrub made for them, with either a salt or sugar base plus the addition of herbs of their choosing.

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Spa services may be booked in advance, or while on-board the ship. Book early for the best availability – and remember that spa services are most in demand on sea days.

Ahhhhh……

AllEars was invited media and guests of the Disney Cruise Line on the Christening Cruise.

Laura Gilbreath is a native of San Diego, CA. She has been making the trek up Interstate 5 to Disneyland since she was a small child and terrified of talking tikis and hitchhiking ghosts. She and her husband Lee enjoy trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World, as well as sailings on the Disney Cruise Line.

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5 Replies to “Disney Dream – Senses Spa”

  1. I would love to hear any comments on the differences between the Rain Forest Room on the Wonder/Magic vs. the Dream.

    Looks like the heavy steam room is gone (which is a shame) and that the dry steam room doesn’t have those wonderful comfy seats.

  2. Just curious if they designed this spa to be NOT located under the basketball court as it is on the Magic & Wonder? When we went on the Magic, I went to the spa and to hear the basketballs going overhead was very distracting.

    Laura replies: That would be distracting! On the Dream the spa is located on decks 11 and 12 forward, while the sports deck is located on deck 13 aft – though it’s right above Palo and Remy…

  3. Thank you again for the photos and report. I have never used a Disney spa, but this one looks a lot more interesting and maybe even better appointed than the Wonder ship. Thank you for showing the accessible info.
    Ray Sharpton 🙂