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Spa move demonstrates commitment to luxury

10 February 2014

Spa move demonstrates commitment to luxury

Wellington’s most internationally acclaimed spa is relocating to the Amora Hotel in time for the most romantic day of the year.

Bodyhaven Spa was previously located on Level 16 of the James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor on The Terrace in central Wellington, but will move to the Mezzanine Floor at the Amora Hotel Wellington from today (10 February 2014).

Bodyhaven Spa Director Ana Maria Moore is an internationally renowned spa and wellness consultant with more than 20 years of international experience in the spa industry. She says the move to the Amora Hotel Wellington highlights Bodyhaven’s commitment to providing an opulent retreat from the fast pace of modern life.

“We are very excited to showcase our new premises at the Amora Hotel Wellington. We have put a lot of thought into the design of the space to ensure we can offer guests the highest level of comfort and luxury,” she says.

The new premises includes an authentic Moroccan tea room, manicure and pedicure stations, single and double spa suites fitted with therapeutic copper tubs, and a dedicated spa function room. The spa will also be offering a healthy, light menu which can be enjoyed by guests during their spa experience and showcases the unique flavours of the southern North Island.

“Bodyhaven prides itself on attention to detail and providing guests with an exemplary level of service. Our dedicated, professional therapists work tirelessly to create a transformational spa experience for every guest through the use of premium products and cutting-edge spa treatments,” Ms Moore says.

Liam Craughwell, General Manager of Amora Hotel Wellington, believes Bodyhaven Spa is a perfect fit for the 4.5 star hotel.

“Bodyhaven Spa is an exciting addition to Amora Hotel. With our prominent location close to Wellington’s main tourist attractions and large conference venues, Bodyhaven will provide leisure and business guests with the perfect way to unwind during their stay without having to leave the hotel.”

Accommodation and spa packages are available online for guests wishing to enjoy the complete experience.

Bodyhaven Spa was awarded Best Luxury Boutique Spa in Australasia and Oceania, and Best Luxury Wellness Spa in New Zealand at the 2013 World Luxury Spa Awards. It was also awarded New Zealand’s Best Luxury Resort Spa and Best Luxury Hotel Spa in the 2011 Awards.

Accommodation and spa packages are available online for guests wishing to enjoy the complete experience.

For more information about Bodyhaven Spa, its products and services, visit www.bodyhaven.co.nz.

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