Global spa consultancy Deep Nature is creating a 1,500sq m spa in the French Alps, set to open later this year.
The Belleplagne Bains & Spa will include an area reserved for adults that will offer remineralising, relaxing and re-energising treatments and activities, as well as a 170sq m family spa.
The 500sq m wet area includes an outdoor area with whirlpools and Nordic baths with views of the mountains. Indoors there will be three saunas, including a bio sauna, steam room and salt cave, as well as a relaxation area and herbal tea room.
A 170sq m aquatic course includes swan neck hydrotherapy jets, a vertical water sheet, geysers, a water lounger area, and a counter-current walkway and underwater jets for the back, legs and feet.
The spa will include six treatment rooms featuring treatment tables by Lemi, and is designed to fit within the mountain landscape.
Deep Nature’s own brand of skincare – made of Icelandic lava, glacial water and seaweed – will be used in treatments, along with facial treatments from Cinq Mondes, Swiss makeup brand Chado, and Nougatine for children’s treatments.