Details of Silversea’s Otium wellness programme revealed

Details of Silversea’s Otium wellness programme revealed

Otium will debut on the line's new ship, Silver Dawn

Silversea has announced details of its new Otium wellness programme, which is inspired by the philosophy and traditions of the ancient Roman lifestyle. It extends beyond the spa, with “moments of tailored relaxation” throughout the ship. 

The programme will debut in the spa on Silver Dawn, which is the line’s 10th ship and will welcome guests from April 1.

Otium offers guests a customised wellness journey, starting with bathing, balcony, and sleeping experiences in suites. Silversea’s butlers tailor guests’ experiences with a choice of scents and offer treats from a comfort food menu.

Otium bathrobes and slippers are provided for their journey to the Otium Spa, where they enjoy a wellness ritual, influenced by ancient Roman baths. A range of Mediterranean-inspired treatments are available in the spa and the salon, including hydrothermal experiences.

The reimagined spa on Silver Dawn is more than 36m2 larger than that of her sister ship, Silver Muse, spanning over 790m2 on deck six. Alongside treatment rooms, a sauna and a steam room, guests can use the beauty salon, fitness centre and barber salon. It also features a large relaxation room and an outdoor area.

Barbara Muckermann, Silversea’s chief commercial officer, said: “With Otium, our guests will enjoy the next iteration of Silversea’s trademark level of comfort, as part of an innovation in wellness at sea. Thoughtfully designed with Otium in mind, Silver Dawn’s reimagined spa offers guests unprecedented comfort – enhanced with Roman-inspired art pieces, elegant furnishings, and a curated Otium treatment menu. 

“Starting in suites with dedicated balcony, bathing and sleeping experiences, before intensifying in the beautiful Otium Spa, and extending through the ship with unforgettable moments of pleasure, the Otium wellness journey has been designed to pamper our guests like never before.”

Discover more about the Otium programme on Silversea’s blog.

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