The luxury resort Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz in Malta’s sister island Gozo, reopened on 11th February 2010 after major refurbishment works of the spa and Ayurveda centre were carried out.
After closing down in early January, the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz welcomed its first guests on 11th February 2010 with a completely revamped spa. Behind closed doors, the spa and Ayurveda centre was almost entirely torn down and remodelled in the space of just five weeks.
One of the largest and most conspicuous projects was the extension of the indoor pool area, which also included a complete re-tiling around both, the indoor pool and the hydrotherapy pool.
An entirely new ambience has been created by giving nearly all rooms and public areas of the spa new tiling while and walls were given a finish with a Venetian plaster technique in colours ranging from olive green and rust to beige. Extensive use of wood further complements the new look and feel of the Kempinski Spa.
The Kempinski’s Ayurveda centre continues to provide – and improve – the benefits of an inimitable experience of authentic Ayurveda with a Mediterranean touch. The centre was redesigned as an independent unit within the spa, and enjoys now its separate entrance and lobby area.
One important element of the Kempinski Spa is the gym, which received the same face-lifting treatment as the other spa areas. More importantly, all fitness and work-out gear has been changed and replaced with state of the art cardiovascular equipment.
For the last three years, the luxury countryside resort has been voted Malta’s Leading Spa Resort at the World Travel Awards. While the new appearance of the Kempinski Spa is the one aspect that becomes immediately obvious to the visitor, extensive maintenance works were carried out at the same time, thus ensuring consistency of the high quality reputation for which the spa has been renowned.