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Rosewood unveils latest Asaya wellness destination in Hong Kong
POSTED 18 Nov 2019 . BY Megan Whitby
The 3,716sq m space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools, steam experiences, sauna, an ice blast misting shower and laconium.
Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has launched its Asaya wellness destination concept in the 27-storey Rosewood Hong Kong hotel, designed by New York interior designer Tony Chi.

The 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools, steam experiences, sauna, an ice blast misting shower and laconium – all were designed, supplied and installed by wet-area specialists, Barr + Wray.

Originally launched at Rosewood Phuket, the Asaya wellness concept is founded on five pillars – Emotional Balance, Fitness and Nutrition, Physical Therapies, Skin Health and Community.

Treatments are carried out in seven private Urban Sanctuary Suites, each with a heated marble bathhouse, soaking tub and sensory rain shower leading to a private garden for pre- and post-treatment relaxation.

Alternatively, guests can receive treatments in the two Asaya Lodges, designed for those participating in all-inclusive programmes. The lodges have both single and double treatment occupancy.

The destination also includes a 107sq m Tranquility Lounge, with its own consultation rooms, offering technology to facilitate self-guided meditation and sleep therapies both pre-and post-treatment.

Three extra wellness facilities have been designed for guests to personalise products – the Asaya Aroma, Tonic and Beauty Ateliers.

In the Tonic Atelier, salts, clays and muds are blended with fresh herbs to create bespoke scrubs for guests for their personalised bathing rituals in the Urban Sanctuary Suites.

In the apothecary-style Aroma Atelier, aromatherapists consult guests, referring them to aromatherapy-guided solutions and helping them create personalised concoctions using oils from English vegan skincare brand Votary and the French brand Maison Caulières.

The Beauty Atelier retails brands including Votary, US skincare brands Sunday Riley and OA and EviDenS de Beauté – a product house which blends French and Japanese skincare. Also featured is 3-D Skin Analysis technology to provide insight into guests’ skin structure, the effects of ageing and sun damage.

Asaya Hong Kong wellness offering also extends to signature programmes, which combine traditional and alternative therapies to treat, heal, and inspire, such as counselling for personal growth and healthy eating schemes.

Additional facilities include a Technogym-equipped gym, hair and nail salon, social space and dining concept – the Asaya kitchen – which serves health-conscious cuisine inspired by Japanese and Mediterranean influences.

To date, two Asaya wellness destinations exist but the Rosewood group is developing 11 more sites globally.
Alternatively, guests can receive treatments in the two Asaya Lodges.
Rosewood Hong Kong hotel was designed by New York architect Tony Chi.
Treatments are carried out in seven private Urban Sanctuary Suites.
Asaya Hong Kong wellness offering also extends to signature programmes, which combine traditional and alternative therapies to treat, heal, and inspire, such as counselling for personal growth and healthy eating schemes.
The Asaya wellness concept was originally launched at Rosewood Phuket.
To date, two Asaya wellness destinations exist but the Rosewood group is developing 11 more sites globally.
Additional facilities include a Technogym-equipped gym, hair and nail salon, social space and dining concept.
Three extra wellness facilities have been designed for guests to personalise products – the Asaya Aroma, Tonic and Beauty Ateliers.
 


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18 Nov 2019

Rosewood unveils latest Asaya wellness destination in Hong Kong
BY Megan Whitby

The 3,716sq m space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools, steam experiences, sauna, an ice blast misting shower and laconium.

The 3,716sq m space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools, steam experiences, sauna, an ice blast misting shower and laconium.

Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has launched its Asaya wellness destination concept in the 27-storey Rosewood Hong Kong hotel, designed by New York interior designer Tony Chi.

The 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools, steam experiences, sauna, an ice blast misting shower and laconium – all were designed, supplied and installed by wet-area specialists, Barr + Wray.

Originally launched at Rosewood Phuket, the Asaya wellness concept is founded on five pillars – Emotional Balance, Fitness and Nutrition, Physical Therapies, Skin Health and Community.

Treatments are carried out in seven private Urban Sanctuary Suites, each with a heated marble bathhouse, soaking tub and sensory rain shower leading to a private garden for pre- and post-treatment relaxation.

Alternatively, guests can receive treatments in the two Asaya Lodges, designed for those participating in all-inclusive programmes. The lodges have both single and double treatment occupancy.

The destination also includes a 107sq m Tranquility Lounge, with its own consultation rooms, offering technology to facilitate self-guided meditation and sleep therapies both pre-and post-treatment.

Three extra wellness facilities have been designed for guests to personalise products – the Asaya Aroma, Tonic and Beauty Ateliers.

In the Tonic Atelier, salts, clays and muds are blended with fresh herbs to create bespoke scrubs for guests for their personalised bathing rituals in the Urban Sanctuary Suites.

In the apothecary-style Aroma Atelier, aromatherapists consult guests, referring them to aromatherapy-guided solutions and helping them create personalised concoctions using oils from English vegan skincare brand Votary and the French brand Maison Caulières.

The Beauty Atelier retails brands including Votary, US skincare brands Sunday Riley and OA and EviDenS de Beauté – a product house which blends French and Japanese skincare. Also featured is 3-D Skin Analysis technology to provide insight into guests’ skin structure, the effects of ageing and sun damage.

Asaya Hong Kong wellness offering also extends to signature programmes, which combine traditional and alternative therapies to treat, heal, and inspire, such as counselling for personal growth and healthy eating schemes.

Additional facilities include a Technogym-equipped gym, hair and nail salon, social space and dining concept – the Asaya kitchen – which serves health-conscious cuisine inspired by Japanese and Mediterranean influences.

To date, two Asaya wellness destinations exist but the Rosewood group is developing 11 more sites globally.



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