Planning your client’s next spa getaway? We’ve found a handful of new spa openings around the world.
The new ELLE Spa opened earlier this summer at the Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach. A joint venture between the luxury resort and popular fashion magazine, ELLE, the 22,000-sq.-ft. space boasts a Mediterranean-inspired design, complete with high ceilings, whitewashed walls and natural stone, water and wooden elements.
Among the spa’s signature treatments are the 60-minute ELLE SPA Total Relaxation—a healing combination of lemon, mandarin, grapefruit, acovado and other ingredients meant to relieve muscle and joint stiffness—and the Organic Seaweed Ritual, which includes a dried seaweed scrub and deep soak.
Through the end of the year, guests at the Eden Roc can take advantage of the celebratory Serenity Spa package, which includes a complimentary upgrade to an oceanfront guestroom with balcony, a $150 spa credit, 50 percent off a second treatment at the spa and a special welcome amenity.
Rates start at $359 per night. For more information, visit marriott.com.
Spa enthusiasts headed to Peru can make plans to check out The Heavenly Spa Lima, which is now open at The Westin Lima. Boasting 17 specialized treatment rooms, a fully equipped fitness center and heated pool, guests here can enjoy a variety of facials, massages and hydrotherapy treatments that use local ingredients like coco leaves and quinoa.
The Peruvian Sigh, for instance, takes clients through Peru’s three regions: coast, highlands and jungle. It starts with a 30-mintute thermal treatment to loosen the muscles, followed by a deep exfoliation using quiona and salt, a heated mud wrap and a passion fruit massage. This 180-minute journey is priced at $400.
Mida’s Touch, meanwhile, is a massage that uses gold and golden algae to act as an anti-aging treatment and leave the skin feeling smooth and shiny. Prices range from $115 for 50 minutes or $165 for 80 minutes.
Nightly rates at The Westin Lima start at $565. For more information, visit westinlima.com.
In July, the Corinthia, London celebrated the grand opening of the new ESPA Life at Corinthia. Measuring over 37,000 sq. ft. and spanning four levels, the spa is the first location to offer the ESPA’s new ESPA Life concept—an integrated wellness approach that combines spa treatments with complementary and alternative medicine.
Led by well-known Australian nutritionist and medical herbalist Max Tomlinson, the spa’s offerings include practices such as acupuncture, physical therapy, nutritional analysis and more. Guests can also enjoy a collection of natural skin and body treatments.
Among other highlights at ESPA Life at Corinthia are a nail studio, a spa lounge and an entire floor of thermal options, including a 30-ft. pool, an amphitheater sauna and black mosaic steam room.