The Best Luxury Hotels to Celebrate Global Wellness Day

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort
Carillon Miami Wellness Resort 

“One day can change your whole life.” That’s the motto of Belgin Aksoy Berkin, the founder of Global Wellness Day, who aims to create a physically, mentally and spiritually better world for years to come.

As wellness buffs seek delightful options to celebrate Global Wellness Day on June 9, Luxury Travel Advisor shares insights about some hotels that have planned curated programs to mark the seventh anniversary of the social project dedicated to living well.

Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve

An intimate luxury hotel of only 60 villas and suites in Ubud, Bali, Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is welcoming back the Master Healer series—a curated program for wellness seekers in the heart of the island—for 2018.

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The Mandapa Spa, surrounded by lush jungles and rice paddies below, is an ideal retreat for the signature series, which allows guests to embark on their personal health journey and discover their inner psyche while enjoying breathtaking views. Inspired by local Balinese architecture, the spa has been built with indigenous materials, such as teak, bamboo, thatch and volcanic basalts that blend with the natural surroundings. 

The series will commence with Master Healer Véronique Ficheux on June 1, 2018, and continue through the end of the month. 

Véronique will create personalized programs for guests, helping them discover peace of mind and body through her unique healing approach, which integrates Neuro Linguistic Programing, Neuro Associative Conditioning, Emotional Freedom Technique, Matrix Reimprinting and Theta Healing.

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort 

Guests looking for wellness options closer to home can head to Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, which has launched the “Suite Summer” package for travelers during the summer months.

Packed with all the necessities, the package includes 10 percent off accommodations, daily breakfast for two, a $250 spa credit and access to the resort’s Wellness Concierge to assist in planning a refreshing spa experience. 

Looking for a wonderful way to spend spa credit? Check out the resort’s monthly spa specials. 

Note: In June, fathers can opt for the Gentlemen’s Facial utilizing oxygen and collagen to address stress to the skin, or indulge in the Thai Tension Melt, which improves circulation, relieves muscle tension and melts the stress away.

In addition to the above, “Suite Summer” guests can also enjoy access to the resort’s multitude of activities and amenities, which include the 70,000-square-foot spa, 300 complimentary fitness classes offered each week, the two-story indoor rock wall, four pools located throughout the property and the one-of-a-kind Thermal Experience.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Celebrating the Global Wellness Day for the third consecutive year, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has planned a host of curated programs for guests around the globe. 

Aimed at restoring the mind, body and spirit, some of the top programs include a free session of helipad yoga at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills by master contortionist and Alo Yoga ambassador, Andrew Sealy; a yoga and chakra-cleansing session at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown to help participants improve balance and gain clarity of mind; a morning meditation and guided walk along the Meads Bay Beach offered by Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, following which, the participants will be treated to a highly nutritious drink, Dean’s Green Supreme, made from the leaves of Moringa Oleifera (aka “The Miracle Tree”) by Half Shell Beach Bar manager Dean Bryan.

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla

A salt-harvesting experience with marine naturalist Lauren Sauer awaits guests at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, while complimentary one-on-one meditation sessions with holistic healer Muneeza Jaffer Labuschagne promise a transformative experience at Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre.

Adventurous guests can look forward to underwater cycling at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita, while those seeking complete rejuvenation will look to benefit from therapeutic crystal sound healing by Ibu Fera of Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan.

Meanwhile, for wellness-seekers who believe in philanthropy, Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo is launching The Lucky Rope Project, a program inspired by pura vida philosophy

Around the Globe

From the GOCO Spa Venice at the JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa in Italy to Hotel De Crillon, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris and Mandarin Oriental, Paris in France to Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel in Spain, some top hotels across the globe will offer an array of free, non-commercial, health and wellness activities to the public as part of the Global Wellness Day celebrations. To see a list of all the Global Wellness Day partners, visit

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