Oetker Collection Unveils Two New Spas in the South of France

The Spa Saint-Martin by La Prairie at the Chateau Saint Martin

In the sunny south of France, the Oetker Collection recently launched new spas by La Prairie at its two Riviera luxury hotels. The ultra-hotel group, comprising 10 hotels in international locations as diverse as Courchevel, Baden-Baden, the Seychelles and São Paulo, teamed up with the renowned Swiss brand to take it up a notch. First created in 1978, La Prairie is today a market leader in luxury cosmetics with an innovative approach to beauty.

The Château Saint-Martin & Spa—set on 34 acres of spectacular rolling countryside near Vence, with panoramic views to the shimmering Mediterranean—is ushering in the summer season with the Spa Saint-Martin by La Prairie. In addition to the four treatment rooms and the couple’s treatment room (equipped with a private spa crystal sauna), it’s possible to book a treatment in the hotel’s verdant gardens. Spa facilities include a hammam, experience shower and beauty room.

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Sixteen miles south, at the tip of the Cap d’Antibes, Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc is also showing off a new spa by La Prairie. Situated in the legendary hotel’s rose garden, the Spa Eden-Roc by La Prairie has four treatment rooms and a couple’s room complemented by a sauna, steam room, experience shower and outdoor patio. A guest favorite are the plein air massages, amidst the wisteria trees in two gazebos or on the beach. Tip: La Prairie has developed an exclusive 60-minute treatment for the Spa Eden-Roc, called the “Legendary Cape Beauty with Caviar Water”—designed to moisturize and firm the skin, diminishing signs of aging.

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