New Spa Treatments for Kids at Rocco Forte's Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt

Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt

Frankfurt’s Villa Kennedy isn’t just a top address for business magnates. With a restful courtyard garden, gorgeous rooms by design guru Martin Brudnizki, and a pampering spa, the Villa Kennedy attracts its share of vacationing couples and families, too. Part of the Rocco Forte Collection, the Villa Kennedy has a five-star Kids Program that starts with a special check-in just for pint-sized guests. Amenities are tailored just for children; think kids’ newspapers, in-room Playstations, mini bathrobes and slippers, and creative mocktails.

In addition to all these goodies, the Villa Kennedy has recently launched a spa program for small children, tweens and teens. Priced from 80 euros, the 45-minute massages showcase products from “The Organic Pharmacy” and the “Mother and Baby” line.

Manis and pedis are also available, beginning with a soak in a rose petal milk bath, followed by a rich nourishing mask, then finished with a coat of cool colored nail polish- including glitter stars and stones. Fun fruity facials mean girls can choose the color of their face mask (green= cucumber, blue= blueberry, yellow= banana, red= strawberry, orange= orange) and boys can indulge with a chocolate treatment. Facials are 45 minutes in duration and cost 80 euros per person. Little princesses can also get their make-up done.

For more information about the top digs in the financial capital on the river Main (aka “Mainhattan”), check out our article in Luxury Travel Advisor’s January 2010 issue. 

 

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