The Dorchester Collection launches new spa and wellness treatments at its hotels

The world-renowned hotel group is turning health and wellness on its head.

By Megan Dye 20/05/2018

Having recently launched their new ‘Wellness and Spa’ treatments respected hotelier -The Dorchestor Collection – have now created packages to suit any guest.

The jewel in The Dorchester crown is, of course, London’s Dorchester Hotel. Located in the heart of Mayfair, guests can be treated to the wonderful views of central London, while sampling the newest treatments at the hotel.

The latest treatments centre around the revolutionary theory that therapists should be “emotionally intelligent” towards their client’s needs. Guests can take their pick from a sleep package which includes meditation, aromatherapy massage, and luxury overnight accommodation.


The new treatments will allow guests to enjoy all the best The Dorchester Collection has to offer. Photo: Getty

For those more focused on smoothing out the lines-of-time on the face, The Dorchester’s Parisian hotels – the Le Meurice, and Hôtel Plaza Athénée – both offer indulgent anti-aging treatments.

At the Hôtel Plaza Athénée guests can visit the Dior Institut – the ultimate retreat for those who wish to be pampered – and indulge in an exclusive spa package that was created exclusively for guests thanks to The Dorechester Collection’s 70-year friendship with the French design and beauty house.


Hotel Principe di Savoia. Photo: Dorchester Collection

In Italy, lies the Hotel Principe di Savoia, which overlooks the Piazza Della Republica in the city centre of Milan, and the Hotel Eden in Rome.

The Hotel Principe has embraced recent beauty trends, including cosmetic procedures which aim to promote metabolic processes. As such, the Hotel is offering a new Body Active Treatment which includes a Body Active Massage Mask created with plankton-enriched yellow clay from Brazil to stimulate the metabolism, and an exclusive energizing and remodelling massage employing a wooden massage roller to eliminate toxins and enhance muscle tone and balance.


The Dorchester Collection has embraced a more holister approach to wellness in its luxury spas. Photo: Getty

Meanwhile Hotel Eden is boasting a Morning Start Package, which includes a Sonya Dakar bespoke facial which includes a choice of an oxygen, LED or microdermabrasion technique, for a refreshed and rejuvenated complexion.

In the United States, California is home to both Hotel Bel-Air Spa and the Beverly Hills Hotel.

The Beverly Hills Hotel has fully-embraced a new mindful approach to wellness. Spa director Kristy Whitford said their new direction came from wanting to deliver guests “experiences that focus more on internal peace and solitude”.
“The spa industry will transform back from being a space for beauty and return to being the oasis for the mind, body and spirit,” she said.


The Hotel Bel-Air Photo: Dorchester Collection

Meanwhile, over at The Hotel Bel-Air spa guests can enjoy ‘Wine Down Wednesdays’, which marries a luxury manicure with wine pairings. The hotel is also offering a new Elixir Des Glaciers Majestic treatment – a sculpting facial employing the new Essence of Bees range from the Swiss skincare experts Valmont. To celebrate the launch, Valmont is donating $5 from the sale of each treatment to Pollinator, a non-profit organization that looks after bees

For more information on any of the spa packages at the Dorchester Collection, please visit www.dorchestercollection.com

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