Costa NeoRomantica

Costa NeoRomantica

One of the most important innovations introduced by neoRomantica since the restyling in 2012 is surely represented by the Samsara area, the SPA that Costa Cruises introduced for the first time in 2006 on Costa Concordia and then replicated in all subsequent ships.

The experience of P.M. & C. and the know-how of Stenal have created precious environments, an universe of elegance on the sea.

There are four distinctive features of the NeoRomantica Wellness Center: a spa area, an area dedicated to exclusive treatments inspired by ancient oriental cultures, the SPA itself, which is definitely renewed in the look, where Samsara cabins and suites are located, and finally the restaurant, which offers light and tasty dishes.

In addition to the traditional Finnish sauna, there is a bio sauna, a cabin enriched by steam and where the temperatures are lower than the sauna; this is a great solution for those who do not like intense heat, but does not want to lose the benefits of this Nordic ritual.

Another new entry is the Stenal Polaris room, a cabin cooled to about 5 ° C, where the cold strengthens the body.

For water-lovers, the steam bath is decorated with a cascade of ceiling lights and with a backlit steam outlet.

The concept of wellbeing also goes through a special attention to the feet: the two comfortable Foot Spa ensure an effective planting hydromassage.

Because of the great importance of the wide range of treatments available on reservation – just to name a few examples, the SPA proposes rituals with warm oils, seaweed and lava stones – Stenal has also been entrusted with the realization of the prestigious Rasoul cabin .

The heated mosaic beds make the stay at the SPA more enjoyable.

At the end of the day, the Center proposes the rite of detoxifying and antioxidant tea; the special tea room is a particularly quiet corner overlooking the sea.


  Shipyard of Marghera, Venice, Italy