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GOCO’s wellness spa for Four Seasons Bangkok will have advanced beauty room
POSTED 04 Oct 2019 . BY Megan Whitby
The spa will have an advanced beauty room, where science and wellness will be blended.
The spa we’ve created for Four Seasons Bangkok offers something completely different, focusing on the healing elements of water and a range of east meets west treatments and therapies.
– GOCO CEO, Ingo Schweder
GOCO Hospitality is collaborating with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts on its new Bangkok property, which is scheduled to open in February 2020.

GOCO is creating a 2,000sq m (21,500sq ft) wellness spa focused on mind, body and soul, with an advanced beauty room, where science and wellness will be combined to create a range of technologically advanced anti-ageing and body transformation treatments.

The spa will also have nine single and double treatment rooms and one spa suite with thermal facilities, a private green space and bathing area.

Gender-specific heat and water experiences, a mind and body studio, a hair salon and barber and a gym will complete the mix.

Four Seasons has not revealed which product house will supply treatments.

GOCO has been responsible for conceptualisation, market research and feasibility, operational planning, technical services and design development.

GOCO CEO, Ingo Schweder, said: "The spa we’ve created for Four Seasons Bangkok offers something completely different, focusing on the healing elements of water and a range of east meets west treatments and therapies."

Designed by architect Jean-Michel Gathy, Four Seasons Bangkok will be set along 200 metres of the ancient Chao Phraya River, with 299 guest rooms, including garden terrace suites and a two-storey presidential suite.

Hotel facilities will also include a private boat dock, kids club, event spaces, a waterfront ballroom and terrace, and dining concepts.
The new property will be designed by architect Jean-Michel Gathy.
GOCO is creating a 2,000sq m wellness spa focused on mind, body and soul.
Four Seasons Bangkok will be set along 200 metres of the ancient Chao Phraya River.
Nine single and double treatment rooms will be available at the spa.
The spa will offer gender-specific heat and water experiences.
The hotel will have 299 guest rooms.
 


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GOCO’s wellness spa for Four Seasons Bangkok will have advanced beauty room
BY Megan Whitby

The spa will have an advanced beauty room, where science and wellness will be blended.

The spa will have an advanced beauty room, where science and wellness will be blended.

GOCO Hospitality is collaborating with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts on its new Bangkok property, which is scheduled to open in February 2020.

GOCO is creating a 2,000sq m (21,500sq ft) wellness spa focused on mind, body and soul, with an advanced beauty room, where science and wellness will be combined to create a range of technologically advanced anti-ageing and body transformation treatments.

The spa will also have nine single and double treatment rooms and one spa suite with thermal facilities, a private green space and bathing area.

Gender-specific heat and water experiences, a mind and body studio, a hair salon and barber and a gym will complete the mix.

Four Seasons has not revealed which product house will supply treatments.

GOCO has been responsible for conceptualisation, market research and feasibility, operational planning, technical services and design development.

GOCO CEO, Ingo Schweder, said: "The spa we’ve created for Four Seasons Bangkok offers something completely different, focusing on the healing elements of water and a range of east meets west treatments and therapies."

Designed by architect Jean-Michel Gathy, Four Seasons Bangkok will be set along 200 metres of the ancient Chao Phraya River, with 299 guest rooms, including garden terrace suites and a two-storey presidential suite.

Hotel facilities will also include a private boat dock, kids club, event spaces, a waterfront ballroom and terrace, and dining concepts.



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