Spa services on RCCL are more than on land, but they do run specials. The link below is to a Cruise Critic post from 4/2005 with the menu of services and prices. Prices were not substantially higher on my last cruise in October.
If you get your services done during a day in port, for example, you can usually get at least 10% off. This is what I usually do. I book my massage early in the a.m. and then have the rest of the day in port.
They also run daily specials where they discount a particular service. For example, a $200 seaweed wrap/massage might be on 'sale' for $175 on a given day.
Another good option is to try one of the samplers. On my recent cruise they ran a $99 special where you got 3 mini-services, such as a mini-facial, a pedicure, and a shoulder or scalp massage.
http://boards.cruisecritic.com/archive/i鈥?/a>How much does the Salon and Spa stuff cost on Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines?
depends if u want ur hair done, nials done, spa,massages
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Alot.....I have been on 6 cruises and all on Royal Caribbean. They are very pricey, but totally worth it........for example a basic facial and massage will run about 150.00
I am leaving Saturday on my 11th Royal Caribbean Cruise, and have just received a copy of the Spa brochure. A full set of acrylics is $85, a massage $80 to $100.00. Plus, you add about 20 percent tip.