1. The Landings Resort and Spa, Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia’s The Landings Resort and Spa has launched a spa programme focused on female health and wellbeing. Highlights include curated treatments dedicated to menopause, menstrual pains, infertility, postpartum, hormonal imbalances and aging.
New products comprise female-run brands Elemis and KaKo Organic skincare, as well as a collection of teas dedicated to women’s menstrual cycles and custom menopausal massages. There will also be products known to improve progesterone and alleviate night sweats.
2. Fairmont Doha, Qatar
Luxury hotel Fairmont Doha has revealed its new spa, which has partnered with an array of renowned brands 111 Skin, Sodashi and Maroc Maroc. Highlights include Moroccan Hammam rituals, bespoke facials and rejuvenating treatments.
Visitors can enjoy Pillar Wellbeing, a membership club geared towards holistic health and wellness, offering privileges and premium access to tailored services. There are also personalised wellness programmes to meet the needs of guests’ wellness goals.
3. Sunlife, Mauritius
Cinq Mondes Spas at Long Beach and Sugar Beach introduce beauty rituals from Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Morocco, Syria and Brazil. Guests can enjoy facials, body wraps and an outdoor beach massage, as well as a double treatment room with a Japanese bath. The outdoor spa pavilion is dedicated to hairdressing, manicures and pedicures.
The Clinq Modes Spa at Sugar Beach has a dedicated shiatsu treatment and Martial Arts areas, catering to fans of tae bo, kickboxing, judo and karate. Both spas have large Hammams, with Sugar Beach boasting the largest Hammam on the island.
4. The Spa at Séc-he, USA
The Spa at Sec-he, which opened earlier this year, includes more than 72,000 square feet dedicated to the ancient healing waters of the Agua Caliente Hot Mineral Spring. Estimated to be upwards of 12,000 years old, the spring contains a mineral makeup that has not been found anywhere else in the world. The tribe has shared the healing waters with visitors for more than 130 years.
Guests can find the Acoustic Wellness room, complete with loungers. The vibrational loungers have built-in vibro-acoustic speakers that encourage relaxation. There are also zero-gravity vibration chairs used for binaural therapy, as well as zero-gravity conductive chairs in the Grounding Room.
5. Savoy Palace, Madeira
Visitors to the Savoy Palace can find sensorial showers and an Ice Fountain, set to “restore balance” after a thermal wellness treatment. There are also Halotherapy and Relaxation rooms, as well as a champagne and nail bar. A treatment on offer is the ‘Supreme Manicure with Massage’, complete with an anti-aging manicure and products from Margaret Dabbs London Fabulous Hands. Plus, the ‘Illuminating & Refining Yellow Leg Masque Treatment’ promises to “illuminate, revive and refine” skin.
For clients looking for a longer break, why not check out our feature all about the Healing Waters of Slovenia? Offering hiking in summer and skiing in winter, Slovenia is a year-round destination.