Spa and wellness design company, Blu Spas, has launched a review service – called Blu Revu – to enable wellness, spa and fitness leaders to make educated decisions about development plans, including critical post-COVID considerations.
Informed by Blu Spas’ experience designing spas worldwide, Blu Revu supports project planning to ensure it's appropriate when it comes to creating the desired guest experience and facility type.
The process includes an a la carte selection of services designed to let owners, operators and designers choose the services they need, including access to information and a review of their wellness project.
The overarching intent of Blu Revu is to avoid costly and guest-disappointing errors.
“Whether it’s a quick review of a layout, ensuring a design matches a concept, or a technical review of drawings, Blu Revu services are a ‘stop-gap’ measure for a temporary in-and-out process with drastically reduced fees,” says Blu Spas co-principal Cary Collier.
Doug Chambers, Blu Spas co-principal, added: “In response to our changing times, we’ve realised the need for broader accessibility and more flexibility in our project planning services.
“Specifically, our objective is to support those who are working on spa, fitness and wellness projects,” he said.
Since launching Blu Spas in 1999, Collier, Chambers and team have provided consulting, and operating solutions for more than 400 different projects, including hotels, resorts, clubs, and residential properties, in over 40 countries, working with brands such as Four Seasons, Canyon Ranch, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, St. Regis, Bulgari, Hyatt, Raffles, Nobu and Hard Rock.
Spanning the wellness, spa, salon and fitness industries, Blu Spas' experience includes design, operations, business modelling and analysis, treatment development, product designation and training.
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