Las Ventanas al Paraiso completes spa upgrades

 Las Ventanas al Paraíso has announced the completion of a major enhancement of its spa.

Highlighting the additions and improvements at The Spa & Salon at Las Ventanas are: a salon offering a full range of services; doubling the number of treatment cabanas to eight, including adding two for couples; a spa lobby; a signature custom scent created exclusively for Las Ventanas; and a menu of signature treatments and all-natural spa product lines available in a new boutique.

The spa has been re-imagined as an indoor-outdoor experience. Over 40 Areca and date palms were planted for natural privacy “screens”. Also, the new spa lobby features a rock fountain, seating areas ringed by palm trees, and a reception desk – all under a palapa. Meanwhile, the treatment cabanas now boast an outdoor shower and a private terrace and garden. Four of the cabanas were added, while the four existing ones were completely redone. The two new cabanas for couples also feature an outdoor, jetted tub for two.


The new salon features a black floor with inlaid-tile designs, juxtaposed with art works; and zero-gravity chairs where manicures and pedicures may be availed. Two facial rooms feature specially designed facial tables, waxing and other salon services. Integrated in the Teknowash Plus hair-washing chair are synchronized electrical movement of the seat, backrest and leg rest; Air-Shiatsu massage system; chromotherapy; and an iPod sound system.

The spa also boasts a new signature custom scent created especially for Las Ventanas by Ajne, the noted Carmel, California-based creator of organic scents.

The décor of the spa is said to “remain true to the original style of Las Ventanas”, as it still includes the hand-troweled exterior walls in a desert-sand color, wood and wrought-iron furniture in earthy pastels, and special touches hand-crafted by Mexican artisans.

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