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Riley - Answered a Question by bennett (14 Sep 08 19:31)

Went on the QE2 in July, all the spa therapies are extra cost and range in prices from approx $30 upto $125, the thalassotherapy pool costs $17 but you can use this as long as you want with saunas in between. My daughter and I enjoyed a seaweed wrap with head body and neck massage, but do note that on the bill they will leave a space for you to add a tip. Don't feel pressured into leaving any extra as this is included in the gratuitries taken automatically from your account, unless of course you wish to do so.

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bennett - replied to Riley (16 Sep 08 08:19)

Thank you for the reply most helpful. Did you book seaweed wrap before you went or on board and how much was it? cheers.

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Riley - replied to bennett (22 Sep 08 14:37)

Hi, I booked the wrap the 1st afternoon on board, I think it was $89, but they do special offers during the cruise.

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