French twist for Burmese ship

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SANC­TU­ARY Re­treats has part­nered with French skin­care brand L’Oc­c­i­tane en Provence to of­fer a new spa ex­pe­ri­ence aboard its river cruise ship Sanc­tu­ary Ananda in Myan­mar. L’Oc­c­i­tane’s first cruise spa of­fers a num­ber of ther­a­pies for guests in two treat­ment rooms. Ex­pert ther­a­pists have been trained by L’Oc­c­i­tane en Provence to pro­vide spa treat­ments, and the menu has been ex­clu­sively de­signed to em­brace tra­di­tional Burmese ther­a­pies that also stay true to the L’Oc­c­i­tane Spa ex­pe­ri­ence. Treat­ments in­clude re­flex­ol­ogy, tra­di­tional Burmese mas­sage, ad­vanced body treat­ments and hy­drother­a­pies. The spa is per­fect for the Sanc­tu­ary Ananda cruise ex­pe­ri­ence. Cus­tom-built us­ing tra­di­tional Myan­mar ma­te­ri­als, the ship has 21 suites which are some of the largest of any river cruise ship in Myan­mar. L’Oc­c­i­tane’s spa net­work en­com­passes 92 spas in 30 coun­tries. Sanc­tu­ary Ananda of­fers three-, four- and seven-night itin­er­ar­ies on the Up­per Ir­rawaddy River, 11 nights on the Up­per and Lower Ir­rawaddy River and 10 nights on the Chind­win River. ◗ DE­TAILS: sanc­tu­aryre­treats.com

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