The Sanctuary Zara Spa in Jordan has been rated å‘Resort Spa With Best Settingå’ by Harpers and Queen Readerå‘s Travel Awards in its most recent issue of The 150 Best Places On Earth.
Set in a unique location by the Dead Sea, 400 meters below sea level at the lowest point on earth, has earned The Sanctuary Zara Spa a name in this global review among first-class resort spa destinations. The spa was also placed 7th in the prestigious Conde Nast Traveller Reader’s Travel Awards 2002 for Destination Spas worldwide.
“It is a credit to the entire team at this Spa Resort Destination in Jordan,” said Jan H. Segers, CHA - General Manager of the lavish Mövenpick Resort. The impressive consumer review read; “The resort, with it’s close to nature traditional stone village ambiance, with every comfort imaginable, enhances a world of enchantment… a world of balance… a world of wellness… a world of life.”
“The resort team continues to strive towards excellence and perfection in an effort to provide global clientele with the best of Jordanian hospitality,” concluded Segers.
The resort has also added recently to its spa services with Yoga Balance, Meditation, Mud and Floatation Rejuvenation, Fire Story Telling, Group Therapy and Relaxation to compliment the many offerings already available.
Treatments at both The Sanctuary Zara Spa and The Climate Therapy Centre focus on balance achieved in the naturally healing climate, with therapeutic Dead Sea Water and Minerals, Dead Sea Black Mud, combined with the clear and clean air at this acclaimed destination.
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts currently has 44 hotels in twelve countries throughout the world, and offers two different types of hotel: the business and conference hotel, and the holiday resort. While the business hotels are located close to the city centres or airports and offer perfect infrastructure for the corporate traveller, the holiday resorts are located at extraordinary destinations with some unique spa operations.
The hotel group currently runs establishments in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Jordan, Egypt, Qatar, Morocco and Tunisia.