'Wellness' hotel set for Portugal

Vilalara Longevity Thalassa and Medical Spa is a product example. Photo credit: Longevity Wellness Worldwide

The Longevity Health & Wellness Hotel is slated to open in June in Alvor, Portugal. 

The adults-only property, created by Longevity Wellness Worldwide, Is looking to combine modern medicine with advanced wellness and preventative diagnostics, therapies and programs.

Two floors of the hotel will house a range of medical and non-medical diagnostics and therapies facilities, focused on improving overall health and wellness. The hotel will have 70 guestrooms and suites, including standard rooms, junior suites, thematic suites and a premium Longevity ‘The One’ suite.
 
Programming at the hotel will range from light activities for beginners, including relaxation, spa treatments and detoxification, to specialized programs, such as women’s health optimization, intense detox and reshaping. More-focused programming will include exclusive hyperbaric treatments for intense tissue oxygenation, in-depth diagnostics, advanced detoxification and health-regeneration therapies, cardio-vascular repair and prevention programs, diabetes-, metabolic- and sleep-optimization programs and obesity-management programs.

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The hotel's spa will feature natural products, dedicated detox and hammam treatment rooms, and three pools. 
 
Longevity Health & Wellness Hotel also will have two restaurants serving locally sourced ingredients, focusing on local and functional, alkaline and anti-inflammatory foods.

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