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Global Spas: Issue 2

Spa At The Elysian

Glam and lavish easily describe this 14,000 square-foot palace. Inspired by 1920s-era French romance, intricately sculptured chandeliers, striking marble and lush grey chaises bring architectural style to new heights. Guests escape from everyday life into an oasis of restorative treatments tailored to tantalize every want and desire. Whether unwinding in a sensuous body wrap, a soothing facial or a revitalizing Pilates session, The Spa at the Elysian will not disappoint. Using all-natural products, the deep cleansing facial is a must-have treatment: a full hour exfoliation session clears the skin of harmful impurities, unclogs pores and restores a natural radiance to its surface.

SHA Wellness Clinic

A hybrid of trusted therapies from the Far East combined with modern Western advances brings the better of two worlds all under one roof. Boasting 20 luxurious treatment rooms, some of which are fully equipped to perform treatments and procedures such as Botox, acupuncture and chemical peels, there is refinement in the world’s first luxury macrobiotic retreat. The option of being pampered outdoors in a luminous rooftop garden while enjoying the breathtaking view overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, elevates this magical spa experience to new heights. Guests may indulge in mouthwatering healthy cuisine at SHA’s premier restaurant, SHAMADI, the perfect ending to a day of pampering.

La Mamounia Spa

Voted the Best Resort in 2010 by Travel and Leisure Design Awards, La Mamounia Spa exudes soft elegance, panache and style. Warm minimalist decor and dim lighting beautifully encapsulates nine treatment rooms including two rooms specifically designed for a romantic couple’s retreat. A fully catered relaxation room with sumptuous cuisine awaits guests. Just steps away sits a grand indoor ozone-heated pool, a posh boutique carrying the latest luxury skincare products, and six outdoor cabins ideal for guests who enjoy being pampered under the stars. Signature products including Black soap, Ghassoul clay, orange blossom water and Argan oil are just some of the traditional Moroccan beauty secrets produced exclusively for the spa.

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