The new spa at The Royal Savoy Lausanne
The Lake Geneva Region has welcomed the opening of the new spa at The Royal Savoy Lausanne.
After an investment of 100 million Swiss Francs and a five-year complete renovation and expansion, the transformation of this iconic hotel is now complete.
The 1500sqm Le Spa du Royal which opened this June is the latest addition to the hotel.
The new Le Spa du Royal features eight fabulous treatment rooms, two relaxation rooms, a ladies only spa, two private spa areas, an indoor and outdoor pool, a hammam, sauna, spa boutique, hair studio, and fitness centre.
The spa would not be complete without a massage menu, offering signature or hot stone massages, but also lymphatic drainage and foot acupressure.
On appointment, the beauticians at Le Spa du Royal will take care of grooming essentials: manicures & pedicures, haircuts & styling, spray tans and hair removal or tinting.
Physical training is also possible thanks to the fitness area and the professional coaching at guests’ disposal.
Moreover, Le Spa du Royal offers alternative treatments such as energy, bodywork and structural therapy.
Due to collaborations with a diverse range of exclusive brands, Le Spa du Royal will guarantee its reputation as the ultimate wellness destination in Lausanne.
The Royal Savoy Lausanne is a five-star hotel with a total of 196 bedrooms and suites, spread between the historic and the new contemporary building.
The hotel also boasts a fabulous restaurant overlooking the private park, a stunning sky terrace with 360 panoramic views, and the largest ballroom in Lausanne.
First opened in 1906, the Royal Savoy Hotel has been a prestigious symbol of Lausanne for many years; its architectural magnificence, and tradition of hospitality, rivalling the best luxury hotels in Switzerland, and it has consistently attracted aristocracy and famous personalities.
Constructed in neo-Baroque and Art Nouveau styles, the hotel was beautifully fitted out using the finest materials and quickly established itself as an essential part of Lausanne’s historic heritage.