July opening for Four Seasons "haute couture" spa
In the city of haute couture, the new Le Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, will offer a fitting menu of tailormade treatments and signature experiences to suit all guests.
Unveiled officially next month, highlights will include the George V Escape by Dr Burgener, created exclusively for Le Spa by Dr Pauline Burgener.
Encompassing all things French, the customised antioxidant treatment combines a chardonnay body scrub, a massage with champagne oil, and a facial harnessing the antioxidant power of gold, chardonnay and green caviar. A Four Seasons Hotel George V macaron and a glass of champagne complete the decidedly Parisian experience.
Le Spa will also offer a range of Swiss Perfection therapies developed to treat the signs of ageing by stimulating cell regeneration, a Kobido traditional Japanese facelift, and a Alaena organic, certified bio, anti-ageing treatment.
Nathalie Delclos, Le Spa spa director who has 12 years’ experience in Four Seasons spas, said: “Focusing on results-orientated, non-invasive, manual skincare techniques has been key in my approach to offering our guests the very best in unique, made-to-measure, innovative skincare solutions.”
Facilities at the new 720m sq spa will also include a vitality pool with a hydro-massage water experience circuit heated to 34C, a 17m sq swimming pool, a fitness room and a hair salon.
In addition to the five single treatment rooms, there will be two luxury hammams for men and women and a spa suite for couples’ treatments.
Renowned Parisian interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon drew inspiration from ancient spa traditions with a colour palette of light grey and silver tones for the spa. Guests will also enjoy carefully curated pieces of modern art and spectacular floral compositions designed by Jeff Leatham.