Luxury Spa News
New Luxury Day Spa Opens On Hamilton Island
Spa wumurdaylin (pronounced “woo-mer-day-lin) is this week set to open on Australia’s Hamilton Island, part of the Whitsundays Islands. The name ‘wumurdaylin’, meaning Dragonfly, symbolises renewal, freedom and beauty. The new spa will be the island’s first full service day spa, complementing the world-class accommodation and facilities that can already be found on the islands.
Corinthia Hotels Announces Corinthia Hotel London
Today Corinthia Hotels released further details of the five-star luxury hotel it is building in central London, which is due to open in early 2011. It will become the world’s ninth Corinthia hotel.
Glasgow’s First Luxury Spa Opens Its Doors
Glasgow’s long awaited first luxury spa offering indigenous Scottish treatments will open in September. The Spa at the new five star Blythswood Square Hotel has been created to reflect the glamorous sophisticated style of the hotel and the vibrant and sociable personality of its home city!
Free Champagne and Massage at The Grand Mauritian, a Luxury Resort & Spa.
23 March 2010 The Grand Mauritian, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa has launched an enticing Easter offer to lure sun-starved Brits to the Indian Ocean.
New luxury spa opens at Cotswold House boutique hotel
A new spa has opened in collaboration with the Great Hotels of the World group and the Cotswold House boutique hotel in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, UK.
A brand new luxury hotel in the medieval castle city of Monemvasia.
Just on the outskirts of the medieval castle-city of Monemvasia, the stunning and romantic Kinsterna Hotel & Spa proudly welcomes its first guests.
The Launch of Glasgow’s first Luxury Spa offering Indigenous Scottish Treatments
The Spa at the new five star Blythswood Square Hotel is set to become the first luxury spa in Glasgow following development of one of the city’s most famous and historical buildings, the former Royal Scottish Automobile Club.
Chiva-Som Academy Expansion
After five years of operation in the heart of Bangkok, Chiva-Som’s Academy unveiled its new, expanded, world class facilities in April 2009.The 1,455 square meter “Centre of Excellence” caters for up to 1,000 students per year via an impressive suite of contemporary classrooms, practical training rooms, consulting rooms, a spa cuisine cooking school with extensive demonstration kitchens, fully equipped training gym and yoga studio. With 24 lecturers, practitioners and support staff, the Academy will hold 66 courses throughout its first year in the new location. The Health and Wellness courses will include Spa Management, Holistic Therapies, Spa Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Movement Therapy, Post Graduate courses for physiotherapists and fitness professionals as well as cooking classes for trainee chefs. All courses are designed to deliver practitioners with exceptional skills to meet the needs of the growing spa industry.