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DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE ASIA & AUSTRALASIA


Sylvia Sepielli is the spa consultant


Capella Niseko Resort Hokkaido island, Japan Opening: 2013


Shaolin Chi has been commissioned by the Shaolin monk monastery


Shaolin Chi Resort Song Shan, China Opening: to be confi rmed


Wellness and design company Schletterer has been approached by the Shaolin mon- astery to design its very fi rst resort and spa on the holy mountain of Song Shan, close to


the headquarters of the Shaolin monks. The initial plans are for a 119-bedroom hotel and a 5,500sq m (59,000sq ft) spa and medical wellness centre with extensive relaxation gardens with temples, meditation areas and water features. The spa will offer a combi- nation of eastern and western practices and mind, body and spirit techniques. Details: www.schletterer.com


The Brando Tetiaroa, French Polynesia Opening: Q3 2014


Deep Nature, a French-based spa and thal- assotherapy consultancy, is working on the spa element of The Brando – an eco-resort on the Tetiaroa atoll, French Polynesia. The 12-island atoll was bought by the actor Mar- lon Brando in 1965, who fell in love with it while scouting for fi lm locations around Tahiti for his movie Mutiny on the Bounty. The Brando is owned and will be oper- ated by Pacific Beachcomber, which


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already has seven hotels in French Poly- nesia including four InterContinentals. It will have 35 villas with a strong focus on the environment – all of the energy it uses will come from renewable sources like solar panels, deep ocean-cooling technology and coconut biofuel.


The spa will be located in a large planted


area partly built over a tropical pond. It has a village style with facilities – three dou- ble treatment rooms, two steamrooms, a cold bath, relaxation area and tea lounge – housed in separate bungalows for a sense of tranquility, privacy and exclusivity. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=8j1g6


Capella Hotels & Resorts is preparing to launch Capella Niseko Resort on the Japanese Island of Hokkaido in 2013. The resort has been designed by


Japanese architect Tadao Ando with a 70-suite hotel and 149 residences. Capella worked with spa consultant Syl- via Sepielli to develop the treatments at Auriga Spa. They will incorporate Chi- nese and Japanese practices and refl ect phases of the lunar cycle. Other facili- ties at the spa include onsens, a yoga studio, fi tness centre and spa café. The Capella will form part of the 462-hectare (1,142-acre) Niseko Village ski resort, which YTL Hotels bought from US company Citigroup in March 2010 for a reported JPY6bn (US$67m, €50m, £42m) (see SB11/3 p46). YTL is to create a world-class, year-round vil- lage resort, with private residences and high-end leisure facilities. Alongside it is an existing 506-bed Hilton Hotel – included in the origi- nal sale – and the 200-bed Green Leaf Hotel which reopened after renovation later in 2010 with a 100sq m (1,076sq ft) spa and onsen. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=R3m1O


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