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Cunard partners with Harper’s Bazaar on exclusive wellness programme

Cunard has teamed up with fashion and beauty magazine Harper’s Bazaar to create a holistic wellness programme exclusively for guests aboard Queen Anne.

The luxury cruise line is collaborating with Harper’s Bazaar UK to design three luxurious spa packages for travellers sailing on board the new 3,000-guest Queen Anne, which is due to set sail on its maiden voyage on 3 May.

Each package within the Harper’s Bazaar Wellness at Sea proposition comprises an ‘enriching’ three-day journey focused on either detoxing, energising or relaxing.

The three-day programmes – each with an additional US$629 charge – will feature a curated selection of spa treatments, a range of ELEMIS products, and unique and nutritionally balanced dining options from Queen Anne’s The Pavilion Wellness Café.

The Harper’s Bazaar Detox Journey will revive and restore clean living habits and features a cryo-body detox and body sculpting treatment; the Harper’s Bazaar Energise Journey empowers guests with a mix of mindful eating, massage, and movement, including a bamboo massage; and the Harper’s Bazaar Relax Journey encompasses a collection of soothing treatments, such as a restorative salt stone massage, that will reset the nervous system.

As part of each package, guests will also receive a selection of ELEMIS products to complement the programmes.

“Wellness is such an integral part of luxury ocean travel in the modern age and we’re so excited to be collaborating with Harper’s Bazaar UK to deliver an elevated wellbeing offering for Queen Anne,” commented Katie McAlister, president of Cunard. “This partnership will enable us to showcase the ultimate in wellbeing escapes as we offer travellers truly luxurious treatments, specialist masterclasses and tailormade health guides as part of this holistic wellness programme.

“Wellness will be a fundamental part of the Queen Anne experience, where guests can immerse themselves in the very best of luxury travel while nurturing their mind, body, and spirit and we hope their personal revitalisation will be a memorable part of their voyage with us.”

Sharon Davies-Ridgeway, luxury portfolio director at Hearst UK, added: “As the world’s longest-established fashion magazine, Harper’s Bazaar has been synonymous with luxury for over 150 years. We are proud to be partnering with Cunard to bring guests a carefully curated Harper’s Bazaar Wellness at Sea proposition aboard Queen Anne. Each elevated wellness programme has been carefully curated to boost their skin, body and mind, all adding up to the ultimate wellbeing escape.”

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