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Since opening in late 2010, the Le Spa at the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva has been offering guests a perfectly balanced range of healing remedies and beautifying treatments

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The eagerly anticipated Le Spa at the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva has set a new benchmark in elegant destination spas, offering a superb menu of authentic Ayurvedic therapies from India and beautifying treatments. The result is a natural ambiance of tranquillity in contemporary Asian and Arabian surroundings.

Le Spa boasts 1,400m2 across two luxurious levels of this chic city hotel and features twelve large treatment rooms, a traditional Hammam with two scrubbing rooms, a post treatment relaxation area, a yoga room, an expansive VIP suite complete with private Hammam and oversized tub, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and the largest private indoor pool in Geneva.

Le Spa at the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva exclusively offers the much coveted and award-winning Cinq Mondes created therapies whose massages, aromatherapy and cosmetics are inspired by ancient cultures. “Fascinated by massages, aromatherapy and cosmetics, I have spent several years travelling the globe to discover five ancestral cultures and find the best treatments, massages and cosmetics products possible for the most prestigious Spa: the Beauty Rituals of the World” says Jean-Louis Poiroux, President of the brand.

Respecting the five formulation principles – tested under dermatological control, no silicone, no artificial colouring, no animal-based raw materials and no mineral oil – the Cinq Mondes cosmetic preparations benefits from the effectiveness of plant extracts from the pharmacopoeia of the country of origin whilst guaranteeing total safety.

The design of the Spa is unparalleled: Carefully selected natural materials like dark wood bamboo, as well as delicate mosaics and fresh flowers, accentuated the elegance and warmth in the treatment rooms. The marble floors and golden ceiling add to a refined atmosphere, complimented by the subtle scent of sandalwood and amber diffused throughout to awaken the visitor’s senses.

“With the opening of our Spa, we reinforce our commitment to positioning the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva as a unique destination in the heart of the city”, added Thierry Lavalley, General Manager.

For further information visit: www.kempinski-geneva.com or contact: Delphine.martorell@kempinski.com. Tel: +41 22 908 91 44. Quai du Mont-Blanc 19, C.P. 176, CH 1211, Geneve 21, Switzerland. Tel: +41 22 908 908 1

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