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Presenting the largest spa complex at sea

Norwegian Epic to feature 11 complimentary dining experiences

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced its largest and most innovative Freestyle Cruising ship to date, Norwegian Epic, will have the largest spa complex at sea totaling more than 31,000 feet -the equivalent of 11 tennis courts- and that 11 out of 21 Freestyle Dining options will be complimentary and included in the cruise fare.

The complimentary restaurants include many that are new to Norwegian Cruise Line such as Manhattan Room, reminiscent of an elegant supper club complete with music, dancing and entertainment; O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill, serving American favourites, Spice H20, serving Latin and Asian-influenced cuisine; the Studio Lounge, serving snacks and light fare to solo travellers and Epic Club, the exclusive dining venue for Norwegian Epic’s Suites and Villa guests.

The additional 10 dining options will have a nominal cover charge from between $5-$25 per person, with a la carte pricing in Shanghai’s noodle bar and Wasabi sushi bar.

It was also announced that the ship’s luxurious Mandara Spa  will be the largest at sea housing 24 treatment rooms, two private couple’s villas, two exotic steam Rasul rooms, a DIY Scrub Experience, Hydrotherapy Courtyard & Thermal Suite, full-service salon, fitness centre with TRX training and a barber shop.

The spa features more than 50 treatments for both men and women including Elemis facials, massages, body therapies, bliss face and body treatments, and acupuncture along with cosmetic medical treatments performed by a licensed doctor. The salon features hair, nail and waxing services. In addition, kids and teens can choose from a selection of child-friendly spa services.

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