The spa at Paradis Hotel & Golf Club, which has been completely renovated and expanded recently, is a haven of relaxation for family and friends. Inspired by nature’s riches, it gently embrace guests with a sense of peaceful well-being.
An additional massage room and a new consultation room are now available at the Paradis Nature Spa, which unfolds around a beautiful ornamental pond that adds depth to the relaxation garden. The aesthetic design has been restyled to enhance the functionality of spaces with two separate areas for hairdressing and beauty treatments such as manicure and pedicure.
In this heavenly setting, local wood seamlessly blends into the design of the treatment rooms, each of them opening out onto a private garden. The soft music of birds chirping in the background, the scent of flowers and the wind rustling through the trees add to the relaxed atmosphere.
The spa’s team is exclusively dedicated to the well-being of guests and starts with a comprehensive consultation to identify their specific needs before agreeing on the most suitable treatment or programme for them. There is a wide choice, from relaxing massages to anti-stress programmes.
The extensive range of treatments carried out by expert therapists includes 100% natural ‘fémézon’ facials, body wraps and scrubs as well as a ‘Satisfying my cravings’ A la Carte well-being formula. Everyone is entitled to their own moment of well-being with Round the world massages, Paradis massages specifically designed for perfect relaxation, special natural treatments for children, some extra pampering for the hands and feet as well as practical beauty care with hairstyling, make-up and nail polish application.
Guests will also have their eyes filled with the infinite shades of blue of the lagoon as they enjoy the multiple benefits of yoga while being gently lulled by the rhythm of the waves breaking on the barrier reef.
The facilities at Paradis Nature Spa include:
For an even more delightful experience, the neighbouring Dinarobin Temple Spa offers a distinct but perfectly complementary concept.