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Savoy Florence selects Carita


Splash e Spa hamam ceremony takes guests through steam and heat treatments and unique full-body scrub massages


Schletterer-designed Splash e Spa project opens


Switzerland: The new 10,000sqm Splash e Spa waterpark and day spa has recently opened at the foot of Monte Tamaro in Rivera-Monteceneri in Ticino. Designed by Schletterer, with spa equipment planning by Inviion, the project combines recreational fun with wellness. The ‘Splash’ part of the property includes a wave


pool, a heated outdoor pool and spectacular water slides while the holistic 3,000sqm ‘Spa’ centre offers a variety of saunas and steamrooms as well as therapeutic beauty treatments.


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His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tanzin Gyatso, is to speak at this year’s Global Spa and Wellness Summit in India on 5-7 October. Winner of the


1989 Nobel Peace Prize and the fi rst Nobel Laureate


to be recognised for his concern for the global environment, he has written over 70 books and travelled to more than 62 countries spanning six continents. Dr Kenneth Pelletier, clinical


professor of medicine at the University of Arizona and University of California, said: “I’ve had the privilege of working on scientifi c projects with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and it’s diffi cult to imagine a more wide-ranging, compelling and inspiring thinker.”


www.gsws.org For more information about this year’s event, see our preview on p36


Intended to offer a ‘multi-sensory spa experience’, there are three different spa area for guests to enjoy. The fi rst, Sauna World, combines a range of indoor and outdoor sauna experiences including clay and salt saunas while the Hammam World features steambaths, pools and a relaxation area designed to de-stress and rejuvenate. The spa’s beauty area has six treatment rooms as well as a panoramic relaxation area with views of the surrounding mountain range.


www.splashespa.ch/en www.schletterer.com


Italy: Rocco Forte’s Hotel Savoy in Florence has teamed up with luxury French skincare brand Carita to launch a unique Carita Suite Spa Experience. Guests will be able to sample a


selection of the French brand’s beauty and wellness rituals at two of the hotel’s suites – Suite Brunelleschi and Suite Signoria. Each suite also benefi ts from a Turkish bath and offers chromotherapy and aromatherapy options to enhance the guest experience. Treatments on offer include the Lagoon


Hydration facial, the Carita 14 treatment that uses the brand’s signature Fluide de Beauté products and, for men, L’Homme Ideal, which was previously only available at the Carita House in Paris.


www.roccofortehotels.com Intimate Jetty Lake House Spa debuts in Lake District


UK: Scheduled to open at the beginning of August, the Jetty Lake House Spa at Gilpin Hotel and Lake House will be the latest addition to the luxury hotel spa market in the Lake District. Located in the woods next to Gilpin


Lake House and overlooking their private lake, the £500,000 spa will cover an intimate 50sqm and feature two treatment rooms with fl oor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a private lake, a heated indoor pool, a warm salt snug and a Japanese Ofura hot tub.


Using bespoke oils, hand-blended by spa manager Jo Evans, therapies will include a range of massage and facial options inspired by Thai, Indian and Swedish traditions. Evans said: “The Jetty Spa is situated on a site of outstanding natural beauty and tranquility which already has a deeply therapeutic effect on people. We just needed a spa to provide the perfect decompression chamber.” www.thegilpin.co.uk


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