Life Resorts fine-tunes Quy Nhon Spa

Life Resorts has announced that its wellness facility, Quy Nhon Spa, underwent a refurbishment, its first in almost 10 years, in the first quarter of 2012. Laid out within 32,000 square feet of greenery, the renovation of the spa at Life Wellness Resort Quy Nhon is its first since opening in 2003.

The spa replaced its welcome terrace, three indoor treatment suites and reception lounge, while the resorts’ landscapers refurbished the surrounding gardens and pathways.

Working from the ground up, the resort laid down new flooring throughout the spa, knocked out the old spa roof and constructed another better suited to withstand the seaside elements.

The centerpiece in every spa, the facility’s spa beds, were redesigned and built anew by craftsmen in Quy Nhon city, using all locally sourced materials. Life Spa’s wet areas, sand and salt sauna were also transformed as part of the renovation.

In line with the resort’s sustainable approach to hospitality, Life Spa is switching to three scented massage oils, made specially for the resort from all-natural ingredients and locally sourced exotic plants. Also, Life Spa is now featuring organic-themed therapies such as a coffee and yoghurt scrub, papaya scrub, and banana leaf body wrap in its treatment menu.

The resort, which also showcased a new cacti garden, was awarded "Best Wellness Resort in Vietnam" for three consecutive years by the Vietnam Economic Times.

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