By Laura Waldon in Wellness
Check out these recently opened, international wellness destinations that are already improving guests' well-being with bespoke amenities and treatments.
The new Park Hyatt Jakarta is the first Park Hyatt property in Indonesia. Nestled in the tranquil Menteng area, known for its gorgeous greenery and heritage architecture, its goal is to offer travelers and locals the height of luxury. The hotel occupies the top 17 floors of the 37-story Park Tower in the center of the city's financial and diplomatic district.
The interior design is inspired by Indonesian rainforests and indigenous nature, using elements such as lava stone, copper, handwoven ikat textiles, wood carvings and shields to create a feeling of calm and elegance.
The Spa and fitness center are on levels 34 and 35, offering personalized treatments and natural beauty products to help guests refresh their bodies and minds. Wellness therapies, saunas and pools are all meant to relieve stress, and guests have access to Technogym cardiovascular equipment and certified personal trainers.
The Reef Playacar Resort and Spa in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, unveiled a complete renovation of its signature spa, Ome. The spa is named for Ometeotl, the Mexican mythological god of creation.
Ome is more than 1,000 square feet and has been upgraded with organic, earthy elements like wood, grounding stones and water fixtures. Its Selvatic Gym takes advantage of the property's beautiful natural surroundings, allowing guests to work out while in nature. Guests and visitors can enjoy luxury treatments and other mindful body exercises set in the property’s verdant landscape.
Within Ome, guests can indulge in services such as:
The spa also offers a >menu of facials, massages, reflexology and hot stone treatments. >Yoga on the beach is available most days.