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Banyan Tree Spa Opens @ Marina Bay Sands in Singapore

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Singapore’s first Banyan Tree Spa has opened at Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

Located on the 55th floor of the spectacular Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the 1,213 sqm Banyan Tree Spa Marina Bay Sands offers guests a suite of distinctive treatments in 15 uniquely designed rooms with panoramic views.

“As the leading business, leisure and entertainment destination in Asia, Marina Bay Sands is committed to present no less than the best of Singapore to our guests. We are proud to be the first in Singapore to house the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa in our luxurious space as we welcome the brand back home,” said Marina Bay Sands Interim CEO, George Tanasijevich. “We have no doubt that Banyan Tree’s spa expertise and outstanding service will further strengthen the appeal of Marina Bay Sands as an iconic destination that bears return visits.”

Guests at Banyan Tree Spa Marina Bay Sands have a choice of 35 treatments and services.

Favourites include a comprehensive menu of 90 or 120-minute session massages, body scrubs, facials and beauty treatments. Acclaimed massages feature traditional Thai, Swedish, Balinese and Hawaiian Lomi Lomi to specialist sports and back massages while beauty therapies feature hand, foot and hair treatments.

In all, the Spa consists of 15 treatment rooms including 2 Royal Double Spa Suites that offer Tropical Rainmist treatment; a Beauty Salon, a Tea Lounge for post-treatment relaxation; as well as the Banyan Tree Gallery. In-room massages are also available for guests staying in the 24 hotel spa suites at Marina Bay Sands.

“After spending the last 17 years establishing 64 spas in 26 countries, Banyan Tree is finally returning to its roots in Singapore. We are bringing the best of the Banyan Tree Spa experience to our home ground, and proud to have the stunning location of Marina Bay Sands to plant our first flag. Banyan Tree has always strived to create a sense of place for our guests, and Singapore’s national flower Orchid is a unique element in the signature treatment of this spa, as a tribute to our Singapore heritage,” said Banyan Tree Holdings Executive Chairman Ho Kwon Ping. “This opening is a key milestone in the history of Banyan Tree. We are confident that our presence will elevate the standards of spa services in Singapore to another level, and exceed our clients’ expectations.”

The Spa is open to both hotel guests and visitors daily from 10am to 10pm.

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