The Westin Grand in Berlin is launching five newly designed spa suites.The spa suites offer guests all the facilities and related services dedicated to the relaxation of mind and body. “Renewal - the renewal of the soul” is the focus of the concept, which primarily incorporates the Euro Asian wellness trends. The Berlin interior designer Tassilo Bost created a new wellness ambience, costing a quarter million Euro per suite, by combining tradition with modern comforts in the Westin Grand Berlin.
Whoever enters one of the spa suites, escapes from it all and submerses into a world of harmony created by the design of the room, the materials and colours. The central point of the two-room suite is the relaxation area, which replaces the classic living area, and the bathroom. It is equipped with a whirlpool bath, a dual washbasin and an ultra-modern Rainsky shower. Semi-translucent glass sliding doors separate the bath and living areas and when required, the doors can disappear completely by sliding them into the wall. You now have a full view of the “recreation area” - originally the living area, which normally has the classic furnishings like an armchair, desk and a mini bar. The furniture in this room include a sideboard, furniture designed for relaxation and a professional massage bed, which can be unfolded and rotated towards the bath area and when the doors are open, make it the ideal combination between treatment and relaxation areas. A bar with selected and refreshing teas by Roennefeldt, served in fine Rosenthal crockery and wellness drinks by Carpe Diem as well as the room service card “vital” complete this novel offer.
No over stimulation - this was the fundamental idea when planning the suites. The eye as one of the sense organs was to be protected from diversion and to provide the body time for the necessary relaxation. The interior designer Tassilo Bost, honoured with the European Design Award, “Best Guestroom Design”, consciously abstained from applying perturbing and flashy colours for the décor in the suites. Instead he chose wood for large areas of the walls and floors combined with cream lacquer. The natural aslant, veneered rosewood mediates a certain dynamic and allows for concentration on the design. When incorporating current Westin trends, all fabrics and colours are kept in cream and white tones with a composition of light green and violet accents. Soft plant tones decorate the glass doors and the ceiling.
An ultra-modern cooling ceiling, which regulates the temperature by air pressure, provides the appropriate unobtrusive air conditioning in the rooms. Therefore there are no drafts, which is a further benefit for the well-being of the guest. An added pleasure for the senses is the Bose stereo system as well as an additional flat screen television in the bath area.
In the sleeping area, a two-metre wide and two-metre long Heavenly Bed* with high quality bed linen offers the best comfort for a good night’s sleep and it is also suitable for people suffering from allergies. The velour bathrobes, aromatic essences for the bathtub and hot, damp towels extended upon arrival, all contribute towards the feeling of well-being. A personal trainer, butler service and massage treatments can all be arranged by the Westin Grand upon request.