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Rosewood’s new Beijing spa includes five overnight spa suites
POSTED 10 Sep 2015 . BY Jane Kitchen
The spa concept is centred on the principles of simplicity, purity and well-being Credit: Rosewood Hotels
The 32,000sq ft (2,973sq m) Sense Spa at the Rosewood Beijing has now opened, with 11 treatment rooms – including five 65-91sq m (700-980sq ft) overnight spa suites – and a concept centred on the principles of simplicity, purity and wellbeing.

The spa is using products from European brand Germaine De Capuccini, as well as Ba Yan Ka La, a Chinese range using organic ingredients harvested according to the Chinese Lunar calendar. Fatna Fallah has been named director of spa.

Treatments include Pearl of the Orient, a facial therapy mask infused with black pearls; a Germaine De Capuccini Deluxe Saffron Massage, which combines the anti-oxidising qualities of saffron with wheat germ oil; and Coal Energy, a men’s detoxifying facial therapy using the mineral power of coal.

Treatment beds from Gharieni convert into water spa tables with LED bars for colour therapy and the spa also includes a fitness studio with Technogym equipment, as well as a yoga studio. The spa features a pool area that is encased in a soaring domed glass roof that allows natural light to flood the area.

The spa’s interior features a calming combination of blond woods, contemporary leather and bamboo furnishings, along with contemporary artwork mirrored in reflection pools.

The 22-storey Rosewood Beijing, which opened in October of last year, is located in the central Chaoyang district opposite the iconic CCTV Tower. Designed by Melbourne-based design firm BARstudio, in collaboration with Bangkok-based landscape architects PLandscape, the 283 guestroom hotel was inspired by traditional Chinese paintings.

The building’s structure is designed to look like a mountain profile: the exterior has been made from Mongolian-sourced bluestone to provide a raw-versus-refined contrast to the sleek interiors.

The Rosewood Beijing is owned by New World Group and its business affiliates, while New World Development Company is the majority shareholder of the hotel.

 


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Rosewood’s new Beijing spa includes five overnight spa suites
BY Jane Kitchen

The spa concept is centred on the principles of simplicity, purity and well-being

The spa concept is centred on the principles of simplicity, purity and well-being
photo: Rosewood Hotels

The 32,000sq ft (2,973sq m) Sense Spa at the Rosewood Beijing has now opened, with 11 treatment rooms – including five 65-91sq m (700-980sq ft) overnight spa suites – and a concept centred on the principles of simplicity, purity and wellbeing.

The spa is using products from European brand Germaine De Capuccini, as well as Ba Yan Ka La, a Chinese range using organic ingredients harvested according to the Chinese Lunar calendar. Fatna Fallah has been named director of spa.

Treatments include Pearl of the Orient, a facial therapy mask infused with black pearls; a Germaine De Capuccini Deluxe Saffron Massage, which combines the anti-oxidising qualities of saffron with wheat germ oil; and Coal Energy, a men’s detoxifying facial therapy using the mineral power of coal.

Treatment beds from Gharieni convert into water spa tables with LED bars for colour therapy and the spa also includes a fitness studio with Technogym equipment, as well as a yoga studio. The spa features a pool area that is encased in a soaring domed glass roof that allows natural light to flood the area.

The spa’s interior features a calming combination of blond woods, contemporary leather and bamboo furnishings, along with contemporary artwork mirrored in reflection pools.

The 22-storey Rosewood Beijing, which opened in October of last year, is located in the central Chaoyang district opposite the iconic CCTV Tower. Designed by Melbourne-based design firm BARstudio, in collaboration with Bangkok-based landscape architects PLandscape, the 283 guestroom hotel was inspired by traditional Chinese paintings.

The building’s structure is designed to look like a mountain profile: the exterior has been made from Mongolian-sourced bluestone to provide a raw-versus-refined contrast to the sleek interiors.

The Rosewood Beijing is owned by New World Group and its business affiliates, while New World Development Company is the majority shareholder of the hotel.




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