Luxury Resort in Guatemala Offers VIPs a Week to "Detox"

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VIPs staying at Casa Palopo in Guatemala this October will be treated to the property's “Detox Week” at its Lake Atitlan location. 

The all-inclusive health-focused event taking place this October 12-19 will offers A-listers a week’s worth of spa treatments, healthy cooking demos, professional nutritionist guest speakers and a variety of fitness classes, including daily outdoor yoga overlooking Lake Atitlan, Zumba, Bootcamp, Aquarobics, belly dance, kickboxing and pilates. Off-site health activities include hiking up the San Pedro volcano, kayaking and horseback riding. 

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The cost is $1,300 per person, and includes accommodations, meals, seminars, fitness classes and off property activities. Space is limited. Agents should e-mail [email protected]

Located on the shore of Lake Atitlan in the heart of the Guatemalan Highlands, Casa Palopo offers a quiet retreat for the sophisticated traveler. The property features seven private guest rooms, international cuisine at Restaurant 6.8 Palopo, common living areas adorned with original Latin American paintings and artifacts and a solar heated pool with oversized lounge chairs and Jacuzzi.

The hotel offers a more exclusive retreat at Villa Palopo, located just 150 steps above the main hotel; the villa features two large bedrooms, living room, dining room, full kitchen and a private infinity pool with roofed lounge space and a wood-burning fireplace. 

Visit www.casapalopo.com.

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