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Spa scoreswith ComfortZone


Comfort Zone has been appointed by Hilton at St. George’s Park, Burton uponTrent as its exclusive Spa partner for the hotel’s innovative first Club Spa within the grounds of the new National Football Centre.


An inspiring and exclusive Spa concept has been created, with a number of Spa experiences including a personalised Sensory Engagement, a DecompressYourMindWelcome Ritual and a Detach&Reconnect Ritual on departure. There are also three SignatureTreatments which draw inspiration fromthe four corners of the world plus a series of DIYAqua Journeys.


Guests staying at the hotel will also be able to take advantage of in-roomSpa hampers which include SleepTight, Skincare SOS, Pure Indulgence and Man of theMatch.


MandarinOriental choosesCACI


The pool at the Club Spa at the Hilton at St. George’s Park.


Destination banishcellulite


Award-winningMedi-Spa DestinationSkin has introduced a Banish Cellulite Kit designed exclusively for themby Italian skin care brand Comfort Zone.


The kit features Comfort Zone’s Body Strategist + Remodeller and Body Strategist + NightAttack Gel. Erica Collins, Head of Commercial for DestinationSkin says: “Comfort Zone’s products are highly active and get results, which is what DestinationSkin is all about.”


DestinationSkin clinics are located nationwide.


Fromleft to right:The Spa atMandarin Oriental Prague therapists during their training, pictured with CACI InternationalTrainer Laura Sentence (centre).


TheMandarin Oriental Hotels in Prague and Hong Kong have joined the chain’sWashington, NewYork and LasVegas hotels in offering treatments using the CACI Ultimate.


CACI Trainer Laura Sentance recently visited Prague to train the Spa’s therapists in the advanced capabilities of the system includingMicrocurrent, OrbitalMicrodermabrasion and LED Photo Stimulation.


Lynsey Hughes, Director of The Spa atMandarin Oriental, Hong Kong commented: “We are excited to be able to offer our guests the latest technology that produces incredible results in a non-invasive way. This new addition to the Spa allows us to enhance our ‘Beauty ByMandarin’ offerings and remain leaders in the Hong Kong Spa market.”


Edinburghhotel to reopenSpa


Following a significant programme of investment, the soon to be re-launchedThe Caledonian,AWaldorfAstoria Hotel in Edinburgh, has announced the introduction of the UK's first Guerlain Spa, which will open to guests inWinter 2012.


With extensive renovations, the Spa will host three treatment rooms and a teamof highly trained therapists.An exclusive signature treatment will be offered to celebrate the hotel’s reopening; the Edinburgh Caledonian Chic is a highly sensorial advancedmassage to relax the mind,melt tensions away and relieve aching muscles.


Alongside the treatments offered, guests will have the opportunity to take a dip in the swimming pool or unwind in the Spa's sauna, steamroomor jacuzzi.


West Sussex Spawelcomes Guinot


The Felbridge Hotel, East Grinstead, has recently introduced Guinot facials to its treatment offering.


The Chakra Spa now offers seven Guinot Hydradermie treatments, and have recruited two Guinot trained therapists to their teamto ensure clients receive expert advice and service.


Stuart Noble, the GeneralManager of the Felbridge Hotel&Spa told GN: "We are really excited about introducing the Guinot brand to the Chakra Spa and welcome our two Guinot trained skin care experts who will help us introduce (our clients’) skin to the benefits of professional skin care at such reasonable prices."


Stuart Noble


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