Auf zu luxuriöseren Ufern heißt es derzeit in Paris: Das Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris lädt Gäste ganz im Geiste der Bains de la Samaritaine noch bis zum 13. Juli zum exklusiven Spa-Cruise auf der Seine.
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Dior's Unprecedented Experience on the Seine: A Wellbeing Cruise With Cheval Blanc

In the spirit of the Bains de la Samaritaine and on the occasion of Paris Fashion Week, the Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris invites guests on an exclusive spa cruise on the Seine until July 13.

10 July 2022

It's been almost a year since the two high-end houses Dior and Cheval Blanc Paris and founded the exclusive Dior Spa Cheval Blanc in La Samaritaine in Paris. An oasis of relaxation and design awaits guests there on 1,000 square meters, designed by architect Peter Marino. A place that stylishly combines luxury and holistic well-being - and which can now be experienced from what is probably Europe's most romantic river, the Seine. 

Auf zu luxuriöseren Ufern heißt es derzeit in Paris: Das Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris lädt Gäste ganz im Geiste der Bains de la Samaritaine noch bis zum 13. Juli zum exklusiven Spa-Cruise auf der Seine.

On the occasion of the next Paris Fashion Week, Dior invites you to a Spa Cruise with Cheval Blanc. © Dior

The Dior Spa Cheval Blanc's boat is anchored in Port Debilly until July 13, 2022 with a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower. The luxurious cruise ship can take up to five guests on its two-hour exclusive cruise along the Seine. You'll relax in four outstanding private suites and enjoy hour-long facials or body treatments as the ship makes its way across the romantic metropolis.

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Dior and Cheval Blanc take to the water together for an extraordinary experience in the City of Love. © Dior


Spa on the Seine

The program includes various cruise highlights, such as the Dior Prestige Cruise, where guests can expect a facial treatment with regenerating Granville Rose, or the L'Or de Vie Cruise, with a facial treatment with the precious Yquem grape. For an exclusive body treatment, guests can choose between the Dior Energizing Cruise, designed to gently activate the muscles, and the Dior Relaxing Cruise with a soothing full-body massage. Those who board in the morning for the The Sports Cruise can look forward to yoga sessions with Julie Pujols-Benoît.

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All aboard! Never before has a Seine cruise been this stylish. © Dior

Good to know:

Christian Dior himself loved to walk the streets of Paris and admire the architecture - it is in this spirit that you embark on the paths of the couturier on the boat. A unique experience. 

Luxury on board ...

On the Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris, the two houses' high standards of beauty and luxury are combined below and on deck: parasols in iconic blue Toile de Jouy - the distinctive pattern reinterpreted by Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri - shield you from the hot July sun. Below, lounge comfortably on stylish rattan loungers, a cocktail in hand, the cool breeze in your hair, and surrounded by exotic palm trees.

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From the Dior Spa Cheval Blanc boat, enjoy the view of Paris from the Seine. © Dior

... and below

Inside the boat, two levels of relaxation await guests, with a lounge and four treatment rooms. Those looking for a quick refreshment will scurry into one of the suites: The boat houses three singles and one double, designed in the design codes of Dior and Cheval Blanc Paris. The spacious cabin in lower deck -2 surprises with its own living room with a trompe l'oeil panorama of Paris. The work was inspired by the virtual fresco by artist Oyoram, located in the swimming pool of the Dior Spa Cheval Blanc.

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Below deck, four treatment rooms will ensure excellent service and utmost comfort. © Dior

The magic of the past

The exclusive spa boat trip aims to resurrect the Bains de la Samaritaine. Founded on the Pont-Neuf, they were Paris' most luxurious spas in the 19th century - and the ancestors of the spa as we know it today. Even then, there were about a hundred cabins for those seeking relaxation, cosmetic and medicinal water treatments, and steam baths. 

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