The Leading Hotels of the World (LHW) promotes a range of spa experiences worldwide at a selection of its member hotels.


Located in the Swiss Alps, the Gstaad Palace hotel offers a mountain-themed spa to fit in with the property’s surroundings, complete with a 60m-long wall constructed using granite from the nearby Blausee region in the Bernese Oberland.

Spread over 1,800sq.m, the spa includes eight treatment rooms; a hammam; a private spa suite; saunas and steam baths; relaxation areas; indoor pool and outdoor pool with Jacuzzi; a gym; and a Pilates studio.

The hotel has also launched a new spa product range, Ivo Pitanguy Day, as well as a boot camp designed by adventurer Martin Horn and led by his brother Mike.

Meanwhile, the Dunton Hot Springs resort located in the San Juan Mountains of the Colorado Rockies offers amenities including a private spa and natural hot springs, with accommodation provided in 12 private log cabins and one luxury tent crafted from canvas, salvaged wood and materials from the 1800s.

Spa treatments include a hot river rock massage, a Swedish massage, a Mountain Glow massage, a hydrating wrap and customised facials.

Alternatively, the Royal Mansour Marrakech offers a choice of four hammams, including

Hammam Traditionnel, Hammam Evasion, Hammam Temps pour Soi and Hammam Lumiere sue le Corps.

The spa offers a range of treatments and features a hair salon, manicure and pedicure suite, private spa suites with a private terrace and a plunge pool. The fitness centre includes yoga, fitness classes, Pilates and personal trainers alongside a pool.

The La Mamounia, also located in Marrakech, offers a 2,500sq. m spa with traditional Moroccan hammam, with two private hammams; a fitness centre; tennis courts; and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

The hotel features 136 guest rooms, 71 suites including seven Signature Suites and three Riads, each with three bedrooms, private terraces, Moroccan salons and private swimming pool.


twn Are you sure that you want to switch to desktop version?