Sukhothai Bangkok opens Spa Botanica

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Friday, 2 November 2007

Discerning health and wellness enthusiasts searching to escape bustling hotel environments for their spa experience in Bangkok now have a new choice with the launch of the Spa Botanica at The Sukhothai Bangkok hotel.

The Sukhothai Bangkok General Manager, George Benney, said Spa Botanica was conceptualised when 7,000 square metres of lush gardens became available adjacent to the hotel and it was apparent the location would provide guests with a spa journey to renew themselves in mind, body and spirit whilst in harmony with nature in the centre of Bangkok.

We were careful to incorporate many elements of these superb gardens into the entire experience Spa Botanica offers and not alter the environment the complex would be set in, Mr Benney said.

Conceived by Design Worldwide Partnership to generate a sense of calm and enhance the natural garden setting - thus contributing positively to the experience - interiors reflect natural Thai materials from soft teak wood and light coloured natural stones to Jim Thompson silks, complemented by subtly placed lighting.

Spa Botanica will be managed by renowned practitioner of the craft, Khun Supapan Isarankura Na Ayudhya, who will oversee an expert team of therapists providing treatments in the seven well appointed VIP rooms that are all equipped with en-suite facilities catering to women, men and couples.

Although additional specialist products will be used in some spa treatments, the signature range of Spa Botanica organically produced products will form the foundation of the oils and herbal essences employed during treatments.

Spa Botanica products will also be available for guests to purchase.

Health and wellness juices and snack items specially prepared by The Sukhothai Bangkoks team of experienced chefs will be available in the spa.

Spa Botanica boasts many treatments, but a programme designed specifically for its opening is the Thailand Flower Ritual. Taking into account its garden setting, this three-hour signature treatment (costing THB7,000) combines three different massage methods; a soothing jasmine coriander scrub and a flower tub soak all in the privacy of a suite.

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