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Posted by on Apr 21, 2014 in Destination Spas, Health and Wellness, News, Resort and Hotel Spas | 0 comments

5-Star Spas Debut in Canada

5-Star Spas Debut in Canada

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When it’s time for some “me time,” a spa visit can be one of the best gifts you can give yourself. Or a best friend.   It could be a blissful hour under the hands of a superb massage therapist, a refreshing weekend getaway with your best bud or a week-long retreat to jump-start a healthy lifestyle. What’s called for is a place where you can relax and experience a sense of well-being and where the treatments are, not only marvelous, but memorable.

The logo for 5-Star Spas

The logo for 5-Star Spas

Hydrotherapy bath at Healthwinds Spa, Toronto

Hydrotherapy bath at Healthwinds Spa, Toronto

“Sadly, not all spas offer services or products that deliver results,” says Liz Conway, registrar for 5-Star Spas of Canada. “And by the time you’ve checked in, donned what hopefully is a soft, fluffy robe, waiting for nirvana, you’re committed.”

It was precisely the lack of national standards and numerous won’t-go-there-again spa experiences that spurred Conway in 2013 to incorporate 5-Star Spas, a mandatory third-party inspection and quality-assurance criteria that would set new standards for excellence in the industry. With a marketing background and extensive experience in the spa sector, Conway was well positioned to develop the concept.

5-Star Spas accreditation is reserved for an exclusive group of top-notch properties that represent the ultimate combination of health and pleasure. These facilities are all about delivery of exceptional services, starting with highly trained and skilled professionals and including a comprehensive spa menu, first-rate facilities and amenities, unsurpassed sanitation and technologically-advanced skin care products. All this within serene surroundings. “Everything else flows from that,” says Liz Conway.

To qualify for certification, a spa must have been in business for at least two years and must be referred by an existing 5-Star Spa member or a key industry supplier

Accredited spas must meet or exceed exceptional sanitation policies regulated by the Provincial Ministry of Health and/or Health Canada; that service/treatment providers respect clients’ privacy, confidentiality, and health conditions; and that clients understand payment policies prior to starting treatment.

When you visit a 5-Star Spa, you are guaranteed that all services and treatments are provided exclusively by registered, certified, licensed or aesthetic-diploma personnel. Clients complete a comprehensive health assessment form relative to their treatment needs which is reviewed by the therapist or aesthetician, then discussed with the client. All of this insures that you are in professional hands, capable of dealing with any specific problems or health issues.

Prior to accreditation, mandatory spa inspections are conducted by an independent three-person inspection team. Two inspectors experience two treatments each and score over 300 components from the quality of the furnishings, right down to the fluffiness of the towels. They’re tough judges who don’t bat an eye at reporting on any missing or substandard detail. While they are undergoing treatments, the lead inspector conducts a technical audit that verifies staff credentials, training and sanitation protocols, business policies and practices and overall guest services.

Ten individual spa innovators, nine in Ontario and one in the province of Quebec, endorsed the criteria against which they and all future accredited spas would be measured.  Within three months, the number had risen to 12. Going forward, Liz Conway plans to expand across Canada before looking to move into the U.S.

“It’s really gutsy for spa operators to invite such scrutiny,” says Conway, “especially when the majority of inspectors are reputable travel journalists who have experienced the best spas around the world. For spa-goers, these inspections provide the ultimate in quality assurance.”

 

5-Star Spas comes to Canada.

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 For a list of accredited members, visit www.5-StarSpas.ca

 

What members have to say:

Despite the fact that Fayez Spa in London Ontario has been the go-to  for more than 30 years, owner Fayez Tamba was one of the first to endorse the 5-Star concept and philosophy.  “I want to be unique in my market,” he says. “This is the way I can be ahead of the crowd.”

Elizabeth Milan, owner of the Toronto spa at the Fairmont Royal York hotel that bears her name was concerned about the proliferation of spas with no standards and deep discounts. “Integrity and credibility are essential to me,” she says. “Adopting these standards provides consumer confidence that brings new customers and keeps existing ones.

 

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Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in Destination Spas, Health and Wellness, Spa Reviews | 2 comments

Thermal Delights in Rural France: Part 2

Thermal Delights in Rural France: Part 2

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Situated in the foothills of the Pyrenees overlooking a deep wooded gorge, Molitg-les-Bains has the most remote and romantic setting imaginable. Despite its apparent isolation, Molitg is just 45-minutes by road or rail from Perpignan, an exhilarating journey that encapsulates the many flavors of this glorious part of southern France – pretty hilltop villages, winding mountain roads and sweeping panoramas.

Molitg-les-Bains was the first spa acquired by the Chaîne Thermale du Soleil, Adrian Barthélémy’s group of French therapeutic spas and today consists of the thermal baths with an adjoining 34-room Grand Hotel, a separate small beauty salon, residential apartments and the exclusive Château de Riell, a small castle hotel.

After a scenic drive from Amélie-les-Bains, we were welcomed by friendly hotel manager Pascal Daube and settled into our charming rooms for our two-night stay. After dinner, over coffee and locally produced tipples Monsieur Daube related the fascinating history of Molitg-les-Bains.

The thermal waters were first written about in the 11th and 12th centuries, but their healing properties were not analyzed until the 18th century. In 1785, the Marquis de Llupia, owner of the hot springs constructed the first baths and allowed poor locals free access. The De Massia family took over the spa in 1846, modernizing and extending the facilities. After the Second World War in 1946, a company headed by Adrian Barthélémy bought the spa and undertook a full renovation of the property. A hotel was built using local granite and pink marble and Molitg became the Chaîne Thermale du Soleil’s first property.

Molitg’s thermal waters are rich in sulphur, sodium, magnesium and fresh water plankton found only in the deep gorge of the Castellane river. About 20 to 40 litres of plankton are carefully harvested every nine days from a container placed in the river flow for use in the spa. The live gel-like plankton contains algae and friendly bacteria that secrete anti-inflammatory substances to heal, moisturise and restore. The plankton is applied in compresses or poultices to treat burns, deep skin tissues and to soothe eczema and psoriasis. It also restores the mucous membrane in respiratory disorders and relieves pain and improves flexibility in rheumatic and musculoskeletal conditions.

After visiting Molitg-les-Bains in 1950, biochemist Jeannine Marissal, developed and patented a method of using the plankton in beauty products under the brand name of Biotherm (now part of beauty giant L’Oréal).  Extracts of thermal plankton are still used in Biotherm products, though the plankton is now produced in a laboratory.

My facial in the Salon de Beauté next morning used Decléor products and finished with a plankton mask. As I relaxed under the gauze while the aesthetician gave my hands a gentle massage, I may have imagined it, but my skin seemed to be tingling. When the mask was removed, my complexion looked fresher – as though I’d had eight hours sleep instead of the usual five! Energised, I walked down to the lake in the bright sunshine, strolling beside the cascading Castellane river and into the deeply wooded gorge. The whole area was ablaze with autumnal colours that contrasted perfectly with the vivid blue sky. As I savored the beautiful scene, my spirits soared with a sudden surge of joie de vivre – Molitg’s magic was obviously working!

Later that afternoon, we changed into swimsuits and bathrobes to visit the spa for our individual treatment programmes. The thermal baths are accessed directly from the hotel and the modern facilities include 45 treatment cabins, 12 beautiful marble cabins with private bath tubs, a large thermal pool with massage jets that seems perched in the trees and a smaller pool where you float weightlessly in warm white mud, similar to the one at Amélie-les-Bains.

Molitg-les-Bains and other Chaîne Thermale du Soleil spas welcome guests seeking rest and relaxation, but their main focus is helping guests improve their health problems. The efficacy of thermal hydrotherapy is clinically recognized and unlike drug therapy, has no harmful side effects. French citizens are entitled to medically prescribed state funded programmes lasting three weeks with treatments carried out six days a week.

My hydrotherapy programme consisted of fine showers and steam for inhalation, a hydro-massage bath, an under water massage and a Vichy shower with body massage. Therapists escort guests to all their treatments, which are relatively short – around 15 to 30 minutes each. My programme complete, I returned to the warm spa pool for an invigorating water jet massage before slipping into the milky waters of the mud pool for an indulgent float.

On our last evening we dined at Le Château de Riell – the spa’s small castle hotel located up the hillside behind the Grand Hotel and surrounded by magnificent oak, sequoia, larch and pine trees. The château’s owner Biche Barthélémy, has styled the castle to reflect her travels; baroque interiors, an ‘Out of Africa’ safari bar and a charming Russian dacha where breakfast is served, built from the estate’s trees by local craftsmen.

Before dinner, we had a short tour of the property, climbing a narrow spiral staircase to view two of the château’s 12 elegant and elaborately decorated bedrooms. A small lift then took us to the giddy heights at the top of a tower, with access to a sunbathing terrace and a panoramic swimming pool set on the ramparts overlooking Le Canigou, the highest mountain in the area. We also toured the castle dungeons, a popular venue for Halloween parties and other events.

After all the excitement, we sat down to dinner in the château’s Catalan-styled dining room, with its extensive hacienda, unusual curved walls and large open fireplace, sadly unlit because of the unseasonably warm weather.

Dinner was a magnificent concoction of beautifully presented gourmet dishes including tender roast lamb, local delicacies and fine wines. Every dish was a work of art.  Afterwards, young Catalan head chef Andreu Coma Roca came to the table so we could thank him for the meal. We were amazed that someone so young (Andreu is in his early 20s) could create and cook such a sophisticated menu. Undoubtedly, a celebrity chef in the making!

Useful information

Molitg-les-Bains is open from the beginning of April to the end of November.

The spa is closed on Sundays.

For rates and further information visit www.chainethermale.fr

For more information on Languedoc-Roussillon please visit www.sunfrance.com and www.tourisme-pyreneesorientales.com

Photography by Rama Knight and Chaîne Thermale du Soleil

 

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Posted by on Nov 4, 2013 in Destination Spas, Health and Wellness, Spa Reviews | 0 comments

Thermal Delights in Rural France: Part 1

Thermal Delights in Rural France: Part 1

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With the Mediterranean to the east, Spain to the south and a warm sunny climate, the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France is renowned as one of the world’s oldest and most prolific wine producing areas. It is home to Blanquette de Limoux – believed to be France’s first sparkling white wine and the inspiration for Champagne.

But for spa aficionados, Languedoc-Roussillon is best known for its myriad of hot springs created by geological activity under the nearby Pyrenees heating the subterranean water. Rich in healing minerals, the springs have been used for centuries with towns and treatment centres developed around them. While these ‘natural’ spas lack the luxury element of their modern counterparts, but are more affordable and have their own fascinating ambience and healing tradition.

 

The hot sulphuric springs of the small town of Amélie les Bains (60°C at source) have been easing aches and pains since 200 AD. Named after Queen Amelia, wife of Louis Philippe), the town is a 45-minute drive from the airport at Perpignan. French citizens entitled to free thermal ‘cures’ for their rheumatic and respiratory disorders flock to the town for daily immersions and other treatments. The warm waters are increasingly being used for wellness and relaxation with packages and individual treatments at very reasonable prices.

Amélie les Bains is defined by the French tourist board as a ‘station verte de vacances,’ – a tourist destination with ‘outstanding natural beauty and a natural attraction.’ The thermal springs are the ‘natural attraction’ and were once thought to have magical curative properties. With two thermal spa centres – the busy Mondony baths, which cater for up to 2,500 visitors a day and the quieter Roman baths, built on the ancient site of the old Roman baths – the hot springs continue to be an integral part of the life and culture of the town.

We stayed at the Hotel La Pinéde, a pleasant three-star establishment and one of the Chaine Thermale du Soleil’s group of  thermal spa hotels located throughout France. These spa hotels offer healthy gourmet menus, specially devised in collaboration with Michel Guérard, one of France’s most acclaimed chefs and founder of la Cuisine Minceur (lighter healthier cuisine). We spent a pleasant first evening drinking local wines and sampling his Cuisine Santé Nature, which was delicious and satisfying.

Before visiting the thermal spa the following afternoon, we drove into nearby Ceret – a picturesque small town famous for its cherry festival and a magnet for artists. Towering plane trees line the streets creating dappled shade and small shops are juxtaposed with outdoor cafes and an impressive church. In the 1900s, Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse lived and painted in the area and the outstanding modern art museum contains many examples of their work, including some of Picasso’s lesser-known colourful ceramics.

It was fun exploring the little town, which has a large church and many quaint shops including several tempting patisseries. We met up for lunch on the outside terrace of the Hotel Vidal, under vines laden with bunches of tiny black grapes, which we were invited us to sample. The grapes were deliciously sweet and tasted of strawberries!

Back in Amélie les Bains, we whiled away a couple of hours in the Roman baths, enjoying Vichy showers and water bed massages in between dips in the circular thermal pool and having our shoulders and necks pummelled by powerful water jets.  As a final treat, we were led to the thermal circuit’s pièce de résistance  – a warm mud pool, where the combination of 25 per cent kaolin (a type of white clay sourced from central France) and 75 per cent thermal water creates such a buoyant chalky liquid that it was impossible to remain upright! Floating in that warm silky water was a relaxing finish to our first visit to Amélie les Bains.

Useful information

For more information on Languedoc-Roussillon please visit www.sunfrance.com and www.tourisme-pyreneesorientales.com

For rates and information about the spas and hotels featured visit www.chainethermale.fr

 

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Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Destination Spas, Health and Wellness | 0 comments

Tuscan Menergy: It’s a Guy Thing

Tuscan Menergy: It’s a Guy Thing

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Adler Thermae in Tuscany offers a Menergy package for guys.

Adler Thermae in Tuscany offers a Menergy package for guys.

Nearly one half of Adler Thermae Spa and Resort’s clients are men.  They come with friends, mates and families to experience days of relaxation and wellness.  Treatments are designed for the male skin types and alleviate stress and tightness.  Anti-age facials have become just as popular with males as females and the fitness programs and trainers tailor their regimens to the needs of each client.  Also, there are miles of biking and jogging trails taking advantage of the perfect location, in the midst of the Tuscan UNESCO Heritage World site with rolling countryside dotted with wineries and small historic villages.

Now Adler presents a package just for men called Menergy.  The package includes:

  • 1 De-stress Massage
  • 1 Anti-stress Massage in the Vichy shower
  • 1 Anti-age facial treatment
  • Spa unlimited: thermal pools with whirpools and waterfall, swimming pool, caldarium-steam sauna with Tuscan herbs, Etruscan salt steam sauna, Olive-wood Finnish sauna, Turkish bath in the Grotto and relaxation area on two floors.
  • ADLER FIT  Fitness World, a gym with innovative equipment, supervised programs, mental training, Yoga, Pilates and water classes
  • Luxury half board with a vitality breakfast buffet with freshly baked specialties, an afternoon snack-buffet with homemade cakes, and gourmet dinner with Tuscan specialties
  • a green oasis of peace and quiet in the carefully groomed ADLER Park
  • bathrobe and bath set are at your disposal for the entire stay
  • free internet connection
  • underground car parking

Price for package in a double superior room ranges from 899 Euro per person for four nights (Sunday to Thursday) to 1526 Euros for 7 nights.

Adler Thermae Spa, owned by the Sanoner family, is located in the perfect natural setting of the Orcia Valley.  It offers a unique combination for a perfect escape into physical and spiritual wellness, a regenerating pause from the pressures of everyday life. The hotel is built as an antique rural villa surrounded by gardens, and only a few hundred meters from the small village of Bagno Vignoni. Thermal vapors and medieval towers create a surreal atmosphere in the heart of Tuscany.

The healing waters of thermal baths were first discovered by the Etruscans hundreds of years ago. Adler Thermae has rediscovered the precious element, water, and the incredible sensation of wellness it gives the body. They offer a wide selection of water treatments and pools as well over 300 spatreatments.

The sense of well being is enhanced by landscapes that have inspired some of the world’s greatest artists.  Locals live in harmony with nature and history is seen in the remnants of the Renaissance, the hidden abbeys and medieval villages.  When not relaxing in the spa, days can be spent wandering the Tuscan hills visiting the local shops, restaurants and sampling the fresh regional cuisine.

Adler Thermae hotel has a total of 90 luxury rooms and suites: The “Superior” for two people, “Family Junior Suite” for three and the Family Suite for four.  The spacious rooms offer a sitting area with tea-table and a sofa, a writing desk and an armchair. The decor features rich wood furnishings, with warm-toned draperies. Rooms and suites have “Bio air-conditioning” (room temperature and dampness individually adjustable) and private terraces or balconies overlooking the splendid Orcia Valley.  The marble bathroom features a deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower, toilet and bidet in a separate room.  Rooms for disabled and rooms for allergy sufferers are also available.

The Sanoner family also owns the Adler Wellness & Sport Resort in the Dolomites

For more information visit the website.

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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Destination Spas, News | 0 comments

Romantic Spa Deal on Amalfi Coast

Romantic Spa Deal on Amalfi Coast

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ROMANCE ON THE AMALFI COAST AT THE  MONASTERO SANTA ROSA

 

Mother Nature must have been in a very good mood the day she created the Amalfi Coast.  Filled with scenic splendor, the coastline with its rugged hills and the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Salerno will bring a smile to your face the instant you arrive.  No wonder romantics are flocking to the newest hotel and spa in the area, Monastero Santa Rosa, a beautifully intimate place.  This summer, the hotel is offering Santa Rosa Spa Romance, a three night stay with special spa treatments for lovers, starting at $2,916.73 for two.

For starters, the offer includes three nights in a Sea View Deluxe room or a Sea View Superior Suite; full breakfast daily; an upgrade on arrival, if available; a romantic candle-lit, five-course dinner created by the award-winning chef Christoph Bob and served in the gardens overlooking the sea; a bottle of chilled Franciacorta sparkling wine, fruit and homemade chocolates in your room upon arrival; and a special turndown gift each night.

Both persons will receive the unique 80-minute Candle Massage in the prestigious Santa Rosa Spa Suite.  An aromatic powder scrub of iris or bitter orange softens and prepares the skin for a deeply focused relaxing massage.  A candle made of the exclusive Santa Maria Novella pure plant oils is lit as an ordinary candle.  As it melts to body temperature, it is massaged into the face, feet and body, releasing a warm spicy  aroma and leaving the skin smooth and refreshed.  The candle is in a ceramic Santa Maria Novella holder which is given to the guests at the end of the treatment so they may continue the treatment at home.

The Santa Rosa Spa Romance also comprises complimentary daily use of the Thermal Suite which includes a stunning double height vaulted Tepidarium with mosaic heated benches with pomegranate whirlpool footbaths, a domed herbal Steam Room with individual custom seats for relaxing, a Crushed Ice Fountain to refresh between thermal bathing, a stone and wood Sauna, a Hydrotherapy Pool and a series of Experience Showers.

All spa treatments feature the exclusive Santa Maria Novella products.  Other extras:  the Outdoor Heated Infinity Pool and the Fitness facility in the gardens, both with spectacular views of the Amalfi Coast.

From now until May 20, 2013, the three-night Santa Rosa Spa Romance vacation is $2,916.73 for a Seaview Deluxe Room.   From May 21 to October 6, it is $3,841.81. For more information or reservations, visit the website.

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Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in Destination Spas, News | 0 comments

WORLD’S FIRST UNDERWATER SPA AT HUVAFEN FUSHI, MALDIVES, OFFERS WELLNESS TREATMENTS

WORLD’S FIRST UNDERWATER SPA AT HUVAFEN FUSHI, MALDIVES, OFFERS WELLNESS TREATMENTS

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LIME, WORLD’S FIRST UNDERWATER SPA AT HUVAFEN FUSHI, MALDIVES, OFFERS WELLNESS TREATMENTS AND PACKAGES TO REJUVENATE THIS SPRING

Impressed by seaside cabana massages. Here’s one better:  underwater pampering for guests of Huvafen Fushi. This spring, indulge in the world’s first underwater spa with an innovative new menu of wellness packages on offer at Huvafen Fushi’s LIME spa.

Lime Spa in the Maldives.

Set within its own lagoon, Huvafen Fushi is a naturalist’s wonderland where the stunning environment, above and below the water, is an attraction in itself. LIME, the resort’s underwater spa, offers a window to the amazing diversity of ocean life designed with soft furnishings and fabrics that echo the colors and textures of the surrounding corals and sponges.

LIME’s new menu of spa treatments further emphasize the restorative and rejuvenating properties of water, focusing on therapies that restore, relax, detox, balance, and refresh mind and body. Treatments featured include lymphatic drain massage, traditional Thai massage, Shirodhara ayurvedic head massage, one-on-one power yoga and nutritional consultation.

In addition to the spa’s underwater and overwater treatment rooms, the spa is also home to SUBLIME, which offers pre and post-treatment relaxation with sauna, steam, onsen shower, and mist shower, ice room, and a relaxation lounge with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Guests may also rejuvenate in the Lonu Veyo, a salt-water floatation pool harnessing the abundance of minerals found in the Indian Ocean.

 

LIME Spa’s new signature packages are listed below. Guests can also book treatments individually or custom tailor a package to suit their needs.

 

Lose It, Tone It

  • Designed to help guests get into the best shape possible while vacationing in paradise. Package includes a lifestyle & nutritional consultation, one-on-one power yoga, a personal training session for maximum fat burning, and detoxifying treatments. Over 3 days, $350.

Cellulite Therapy

  • The perfect package to detox and cleanse uses holistic therapies to work at the deepest level to flush and cleanse the circulatory, lymphatic and digestive systems. A targeted personal training session and a special anti-cellulite “sculpt” body treatment are also included. Over 3 days $350.

Stress Buster

  • A de-stressing program to relieve the strain and pressures of daily life. Peaceful surroundings combined with one-on-one yoga session, Indian head massage and Shirodhara therapy to relax, rejuvenate and revitalize. Over 3 days $350.

Un-Thai Me

  • A great “pick me up” package. Day one includes a Thai Massage using traditional massage techniques to heighten relaxation and invigorate the body followed by a Hatha yoga session with a Yoga master. Day two, indulge in a Maldivian hot rocks massage, perfectly designed to release excess muscle tension. Over 2 days $295.
For reservations,  email reservations@huvafenfushi.com, call +960 6644 222 or your preferred tour operator.

 

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