Wellness has become a fascinatingly modern trend over the past few years, and by all accounts, it is a fad that will never bore us…
Wellness in the center of attention
Wellness and well-being are nowadays a top priority for many…
We can safely say that most things and activities nowadays revolve around the concept of well-being. From the moment we wake up and open our eyes, everything we bring in our body and fitness regimens that we adhere to have one goal. Still, how many of us still adhere to this routine when on vacation? In case you visit Asaya, an urban wellness resort in Hong Kong, we believe that your routines will not fall hard for you. This place is located on the sixth and seventh floors of the Rosewood Hong Kong Hotel, with four thousand square feet of interior and exterior.
The entire two floors are filled with incredible amenities, such as an avant-garde fitness center, studios, infiniti pool and natural solarium. Of course there are also fantastic ateliers of beauty, aroma and tonic. A little farther from them is the Tranquility Lodge, with Urban Sanctuary Apartments and Bath Houses section with Roman baths and water rituals. At Asaya Resort, everything focuses on five major pillars, including emotional balance, fitness and nutrition, physical therapy, skin health and community. To achieve all this successfully, the treatments on offer here are held in seven private suites, each with its own marble bathroom, soak bathtub and sensory shower, leading you to a private relaxation garden before and after treatment.
In tonic studios, salt, clay and mud are combined with fresh herbs to create personalized baths for each guest. Each atelier has their own aromatherapist who will consult with guests and offer them the best treatment for them, with personalized solutions using the oils of the English vegan brand Votary and Maison Caulieres.
At Asaya Resort, wellness is served a la carte, helping you to become an even better version of yourself after every visit.
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