New Couple’s Spa Ritual at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius

22nd Jul 2011
New Couple’s Spa Ritual at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius

The smell of fragrant coconut ylang ylang oil caught in a tropical Indian Ocean breeze; the sound of calming melodies gently playing; the sweet flavour of a Wild Berry and Chilli Daiquiri sipped while gazing out over the lush Mauritian mangroves; and the touch of a partner’s soothing hand massaging away daily stresses – experience a truly sensual state of relaxation with the new Sugar and Spice Spa Ritual at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita.

In the privacy of a beautiful overwater couple’s suite, let all five senses indulge in a tantalising journey of sights, sounds, flavours, fragrances and touch in a ritual designed to bring couples closer together.

Beginning with a Mauritian Fusion massage lesson, couples will be taught by one of the Spa’s skilled therapists and will learn the art of soothing massage techniques in a lasting token of love that can be shared for years to come.

The perfect newlywed treatment or a magical way to recapture the romance on a secluded retreat, the Sugar and Spice Ritual massage lesson is followed by a purifying Brown Sugar Body Polish with the sweet smell of ylang ylang oil filling the air and the act of sugar exfoliation awakening the skin cells in a fresh burst of life. The ritual finishes with the Resort’s signature deep pressure massage with a sugar cane stick, followed by a hint of spice provided by black pepper massage balm.

Refresh with a tantalising Sweet Lime Mojito and a tangy Wild Berry and Chilli Daiquiri, which are served as couples enjoy the sweeping views of the serene lagoon in some private relaxation time in their suite.


With a duration of three hours, the Sugar and Spice Ritual can also be offered as an in villa treatment, on request.

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