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Lithuanian spa to focus on sleep wellness
POSTED 31 Jan 2019 . BY Jane Kitchen
Full-service wellness consultants The E77 Company are working on a sleep wellness spa concept for the Amberton Green Spa Druskininkai hotel in southern Lithuania.

Located about 130 km from the capital city of Vilnius and close to the borders of Belarus and Poland, the town of Druskininkai dates back as a spa resort to the 19th century.

“This wellness hotel will be primarily designed for people suffering from sleep disorders and chronic fatigue,” said Egle Ruksenaite, owner and founder of The E77 Company. “The hotel will offer diagnostic services, special rooms with smart mattresses for evaluation of sleep quality, physiotherapy treatments, a Hypoxico altitude training system, plus spa packages.”

Set to open in Q3 2019, the spa will include 15 treatment rooms, relaxation areas, an indoor pool with sauna, fitness area, restaurant and children's area.

Treatments for sleep problems and chronic fatigue syndrome will be offered, along with comprehensive diagnosis and monitoring, mindfulness-based stretch reduction therapy, the latest in health and wellness technology innovations, and special treatments for cancer patients.

Designed by architectural studio Arches, the spa aims to balance mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

E77 has created the concept, prepared the business plan and marketing strategy, and created a list of equipment and suppliers. The consultants will also create the spa menu and restaurant menu.

The hotel and spa will include RestBed smart mattresses, Nokia sleep sensors, a Hypoxico altitude training system, Gharieni treatment tables, EnergyPod napping chairs, Unbescheiden baths, Technogym training equipment, and skincare from Irish brand Voya.

The hotel will include 78 bedrooms and a spa with a focus on sleep
The Amberton Green Spa Druskininkai will open in Q3 2019 in southern Lithuania
 


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Lithuanian spa to focus on sleep wellness
BY Jane Kitchen

Set to open in Q3 2019, the spa will include 15 treatment rooms, relaxation areas, an indoor pool with sauna, fitness area, restaurant and childrens area

Set to open in Q3 2019, the spa will include 15 treatment rooms, relaxation areas, an indoor pool with sauna, fitness area, restaurant and childrens area

Full-service wellness consultants The E77 Company are working on a sleep wellness spa concept for the Amberton Green Spa Druskininkai hotel in southern Lithuania.

Located about 130 km from the capital city of Vilnius and close to the borders of Belarus and Poland, the town of Druskininkai dates back as a spa resort to the 19th century.

“This wellness hotel will be primarily designed for people suffering from sleep disorders and chronic fatigue,” said Egle Ruksenaite, owner and founder of The E77 Company. “The hotel will offer diagnostic services, special rooms with smart mattresses for evaluation of sleep quality, physiotherapy treatments, a Hypoxico altitude training system, plus spa packages.”

Set to open in Q3 2019, the spa will include 15 treatment rooms, relaxation areas, an indoor pool with sauna, fitness area, restaurant and children's area.

Treatments for sleep problems and chronic fatigue syndrome will be offered, along with comprehensive diagnosis and monitoring, mindfulness-based stretch reduction therapy, the latest in health and wellness technology innovations, and special treatments for cancer patients.

Designed by architectural studio Arches, the spa aims to balance mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

E77 has created the concept, prepared the business plan and marketing strategy, and created a list of equipment and suppliers. The consultants will also create the spa menu and restaurant menu.

The hotel and spa will include RestBed smart mattresses, Nokia sleep sensors, a Hypoxico altitude training system, Gharieni treatment tables, EnergyPod napping chairs, Unbescheiden baths, Technogym training equipment, and skincare from Irish brand Voya.




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