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Hilton Hua Hin's new nutritious cuisine adds zest to Spa experience

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The Spa at the Hilton Hua Hin, has added to its spectrum of sensual delights a brand new nutritious cuisine for pampered guests to choose from. The innovative menu complements the spa experience, offering dishes which optimise the use of natural ingredients that are essential in the building of a healthy body, mind and spirit, using the healthiest - yet simplest - cooking techniques.

The Spas natural cuisine focuses on health, quality and freshness, with the nutritious cuisine concentrated on the use of fish and poultry, reduced fat and fresh herbs.

Through the introduction of Hiltons natural cuisine, spa goers will have the opportunity to integrate healthy nutritional choices into their lifestyle.

The new natural cuisine is the brain child of Hiltons executive chef, Lorenzo Rosso, also one of Italys top chefs. Lorenzo, who practices a healthy dining lifestyle, has 16 years experience in fine dining in Italy and Thailand and has worked in some of the worlds leading hotels.

The new menu presentation and style of cooking certainly reflects his penchant in healthy foods.

Dirk De Cuyper, general manager of the Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa commented, Total wellness can be achieved through emotional connections, and with Hiltons spa experience, treatment and nutritive cuisines, we strike a balance for spa enthusiasts to enjoy a complete spa vacation.

The Spas new cuisine compliments our new lifestyle programme which we launched earlier this year.

Many of our guests are regular spa users so this year we are committed to creating exciting new programmes and packages that will appeal to those who enjoy spa luxuries and expect the latest in treatments and holistic therapies. Our innovative new spa cuisine is an extension of this concept to suit the seasoned holistic traveller and is already proving hugely popular with guests many of whom now visit the Spa just to eat!

Lorenzo, The Spas natural menu is nutritious, simple and pure. It is engineered with an eye towards nutritious contemporary cuisine which Ive blended with totally healthy cooking techniques; call it simplicity cooking as it maintains all the nutritive elements and daily calories required for the body."

Located in Hua Hin, known as Thailands Royal Paradise, Hiltons Spa retreat is truly a sampling of the latest trends in Western spa therapies, combined with a unique blend of Asian ritual spa experience. Guests enjoy stimulation of all the senses, with traditional massages and beauty treatments using completely natural products, pure essential oils, fresh fruits and herbs, Thai honey, and mineral rich salts and invigorating mud.

Aquatic delights are also offered in the form of herbal steam or refreshing bath.

Spa goers can ask for one of the many luxurious spa packages such as Body Bliss, Inner Balance or Pure Pleasure each spa package is designed to offer a complete form of spa relaxation and rejuvenation. For instance, Body Bliss package offers a 2 - hour treatment which includes a mud wrap, a scrub and a choice of massage. The spa receptionist can also assist to create the spa package of your dreams.

The Spa provides an oasis of 1,200 square metres of relaxing space, located on the Mezzanine Floor of the hotel. It includes a spa mansion and private garden pavilions within the landscaped gardens of the newly refurbished 296-room Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa.

From now until 30 September, 2003, spa enthusiasts and couples who want to enjoy the luxury of spa treatments and relaxation can ask enjoy a special rate of US$296++ which includes benefits such as two nights double accommodation with room overlooking the Gulf of Siam, welcome drink, one hour Swedish massage for two persons, one aromatic facial for two persons, free usage of fitness facilities including sauna and 10% savings on food bills at the White Lotus Chinese restaurant.

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