Six Senses Spa to Open in the Swiss Alps

 

Juice Bar

Six Senses Resorts & Spas has partnered with The Alpina Gstaad, Switzerland to bring a 2,000 square meter spa to the property. The Alpine Gstaad is set to open in in the heart of the Bernese Alps in December 2012, with 56 rooms and suites and a focus on local mountain traditions.

The spa design will be inspired by its natural surroundings, with bright aqua and beige tones, carved rock basins, timber beams, honey marble lamps, and rough natural timber plinths. Chalet-style treatment rooms, a flotation room, a Hammam, and individual treatment rooms will be available, as well as a Kid's Spa. Also in the works are relaxation rooms, Salt room, swimming pool, juice bar, gym, and a studio for Yoga, Pilates, and Aerobics.

True to the Six Senses philosophy, the spa will focus on natural, locally sourced materials and locally-inspired treatments. The spa menu will include Asian and Ayurvedic therapies, beauty treatments, as well as results-driven programs including detox, weight-loss, and fitness.

For more information, visit www.sixsensesspas.com.

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