Pamper Yourself on Dior Spa Cruises Along Paris’ Seine River

Dior, the renowned French fashion house, is not only synonymous with style but also with offering luxurious experiences. This summer, they reintroduced the Dior Spa Cruise, a unique wellness retreat sailing along the Seine River from July 3 to 14, departing from Port Henri IV in the fourth arrondissement of Paris.

The Dior Spa Cruise is an exceptional wellness getaway, offering two categories of treatments. Guests can choose from seven different two-hour cruises, each including one hour of treatment, priced at €680 (approximately $742) per person. Among the options are the Dior Prestige High Precision experience, which focuses on redefining the facial contour, mouth, and eye areas while promoting a reverse-aging experience by relieving tension and stimulating cell growth. Alternatively, guests can indulge in the Constellation treatment, a multi-sensory journey of holistic massage with slow and enveloping strokes to deeply unwind and relax, as mentioned on the company’s website.

For those seeking fitness activities, there are six two-hour cruises available for €280 (about $305) each, with an hour-long class offered during each session. These classes encompass a detox flow, yoga flow, Pilates flow, HIIT workout, mobility exercises, or respiratory and postural stretching, depending on the sailing schedule.

Those looking for an elevated experience can opt for the four-hour Croisière Soin & Wellness, combining both categories of treatments for €960 (about $1,048).

This pop-up cruise coincided with the beginning of Paris Couture Week and took place aboard the Stunning Excellence yacht, adorned in Dior’s signature blue-and-beige toile de jouy pattern, according to Women’s Wear Daily. On the yacht, you’ll find four single rooms and one double room, all exclusively designed for treatments, along with a reception room thoughtfully equipped with an array of Dior products.

In addition to the rejuvenating treatments and fitness classes, guests can unwind on the yacht’s 1,290-square-foot top deck, equipped with a juice bar, pool, and lounge chairs. While enjoying these luxuries, the boat sails past some of Paris’ most iconic landmarks, such as Notre-Dame, Musée d’Orsay, and Grand Palais, providing an unforgettable experience for all aboard.