Luxury Mauritian spa opens following multi-thousand pound refurbishment
The Spa at Royal Palm Beachcomber Luxury Mauritius has had a complete design overhaul and boasts a new focus on offering tailormade treatments.
The new look spa, at one of Mauritius’s most prestigious beachfront resorts, features a striking new entrance, relaxation area and the creation of 18 private spa cabins.
Alongside the refurb, which cost close to £1m, the spa also has a new product partner – award-winning French cosmetic brand Codage.
Blending age-old therapies with cutting edge technology, the carefully curated, extensive treatment menu now features a selection of body and facial treatments for the mind, body and soul.
Highlights include a series of bespoke spa programmes, including the opportunity to have a custom-formulated serum created by the apothecary team, following an in-depth skin assessment.
Guests can also enjoy yoga, meditation, Qigong, and the Japanese self-healing techniques of Makko Ho in a tranquil thatched pavilion.
Created by JFA Architects, the outside of the new look spa is centred around a series of cascading pools and a spacious sun deck, surrounded by tropical foliage.
Management say that the use of natural materials, such as lava stone, granite, wood and slate, harmoniously blend the interior and exterior environments and create a calming atmosphere to encourage rejuvenation and relaxation.
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