Thai Spas

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Capella Bangkok launches Auriga Wellness ‘Sanctuary within a Sanctuary’
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Rakxa’s Integrative wellness & medical retreat on the Chao Praya River
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Reverse signs of ageing with cellular facial treatments at Clinique La Prairie, St. Regis Bangkok
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Christmas and New Year’s at Six Senses Yao Noi
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Anantara Chiang Mai Resort introduces the Thai Massage Guru
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Anantara Spas reopen with the introduction of an immune-boosting new signature massage oil
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Vie Spa By Organika is re-opening with a 40% discount on the menu
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Anantara Spa’s new Himalayan Thermal Therapy Treatment
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Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai introduces ‘Wara Cheewa Spa’
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Dusit introduces new ‘Dusit Care – Stay with Confidence’ program

Capella Bangkok launches Auriga Wellness ‘Sanctuary within a Sanctuary’

Capella Bangkok, an urban resort on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, has launched a new level of wellness with the opening of Auriga Wellness, a world-class spa spearheaded by the wellness specialists of GOCO Hospitality.

The spa immerses guests in a natural sanctuary of tranquillity, blending contemporary wellness techniques with ancient Asian wisdom. Nestled in the resort’s lush landscaped gardens, this 1,074- square metre facility features seven treatment rooms (including two spa suites), a thermal bathing area, a naturally lit tea lounge with an outdoor spa garden and a well-equipped fitness centre.

Drawing upon age-old therapies and medicinal herbs and spices—many growing organically in the local area—Auriga Wellness will provide a truly unique spa experience.

The spa program, conceptualized by GOCO Hospitality, balances the heritage of the various communities along Charoenkrung Road with treatments embracing elements of traditional Chinese medicine, Indian healing rituals and time-honoured Thai techniques (such as Tok Sen, a hammer massage introduced to Bangkok by settlers from Chiang Mai).

To offer guests the best in modern healing beauty treatments, Auriga Wellness also worked with acclaimed luxury skincare brand ‘J1JSKIN’ to design a range of signature facial and body therapies, including dedicated treatments for gentlemen and the award-winning non-surgical lift facial.

An extensive menu of massages, body scrubs, wraps, facials and cleansing rituals will leave guests feeling fully restored, refreshed and rejuvenated. A series of active classes and lifestyle sessions, such as yoga, tai chi, personal training, TRX workouts and Muay Thai, will invigorate the mind and body.

“Capella Bangkok is set to become one of the most iconic wellness destinations in Bangkok thanks to its never-before-seen collection of locally inspired spa treatments,” says Ingo Schweder, founder and CEO of GOCO Hospitality. “Auriga Wellness will take guests on genuine journeys that explore the unique healing traditions inspired by the communities of Charoenkrung Road. This area is famed for its expertise in herbal medicines and ancient massage techniques, and I can’t wait to see these rituals come to life at Capella Bangkok.”

“Auriga Wellness is a ‘sanctuary within a sanctuary’ — a self-enclosed full-service spa in the heart of our riverside resort,” says John Blanco, General Manager of Capella Bangkok. “Surrounded by tropical gardens, this is a cocoon where guests and local residents can escape from the outside world and unwind in a deedly peaceful ambience. GOCO HosDitality has created great  spa experiences for CaDella IO Sanya, Bali and the Maldives, and I am delighted to introduce their unique concept to Capella Bangkok,”

The sense of well-being at Capella Bangkok does not end at Auriga Wellness; spa-inspired services permeate throughout this innovative urban resort, from in-room wellness programmes and yoga mats to healthy dÏning options, a glistening riverside pool, and highly engaging experiences curated by a team of ‘CaDella Culturists, who tap into the rich history of this storied neighbourhood.

Auriga Wellness is open daily from 1O a.m. to 10 p.m.. For more information and reservations, email or call 065 998 4648. To learn more about Capella Bangkok, visit www.caoeIIahoteIs.com/banqkok or call 02 098 3888.

Rakxa’s Integrative wellness & medical retreat on the Chao Praya River

RAKXA FULLY INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS & MEDICAL RETREAT, hidden away on Bang Krachao, a protected island along the Chao Praya River, has created a serene space filled with bespoke healing in the form of innovative sound therapy techniques for guests who need to take time to de-stress, reduce anxiety and heal after the global pandemic that has shaken the whole world.

Mental health is a rising concern for millions during such uncertain times, and the medical experts at RAKxa have not only curated wellness packages to strengthen immunity and combat physical health issues, they have also taken into consideration the stress and anxiety that many have been facing.

On offer at the Bangkok-based retreat is a variety of treatments and programs that include mind healing with energy medicine techniques and innovative sound therapy in many different forms, from Tibetan singing bowl meditation to retreat-wide binaural beats.

Wellness music and sound experiences are predicted to redefine wellness travel in 2021 and new evidence from medical journals suggests that music plays a vital role in easing the side-effects of a variety of physical and mental conditions like PTSD, anxiety, and high-blood pressure.

With this in mind, the expert team at RAKxa has ensured guests are exposed to healing sound therapy from the moment they arrive, along every step of their wellness journey and carried on long after they leave.

 

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Reverse signs of ageing with cellular facial treatments at Clinique La Prairie, St. Regis Bangkok

AFTER A YEAR OF heightened stress levels and no-touch policies, finding yourself in the expert hands of beauty professionals again feels like a revelation.

To level your beauty game up and use this time to completely overhaul your skincare routine, Swiss-trained wellness practitioners at Clinique La Prairie Aesthetics & Medical Spa at St. Regis Hotel in Bangkok offer a collection of facials targeting the signs of ageing even in the deepest layers of the skin.

Clinique La Prairie Bangkok exclusively uses Swiss Perfection products. Featuring Cellular Active IRISA® complex and highly effective plant extracts to actively regenerate the skin and prevent premature ageing.

Swiss Perfection has extraordinary effects on mature skin by reducing the signs of time, while on younger skin premature ageing is prevented. The production of new and healthy cells is stimulated, and specific skin concerns are corrected.

Whether you’re suffering from the effects of pollution resulting in rapid ageing and pigmentation or the loss of elastin that manifests in sagging and wrinkling, your one-on-one time with the clinic’s beauty specialist will address these concerns in a holistic way.

The perfect synergy between high-quality and high-technology formulas, results are immediate, visible and lasting, giving you a radiant and dramatically revitalized complexion with firmer, toned skin.

Acting on a multidimensional level to target signs of ageing, the cellular high-tech exclusive lifting facial offers spectacular immediate results by visibly lifting and improving the skin’s firmness while promoting cellular renewal.

Specific and highly concentrated formulas target loss of firmness, sagging and wrinkles. This facial acts as a natural facelift with long-term benefits – facial contours are remodelled, and wrinkles are smoothed away.

Designed to balance melanin production, the cellular high-tech pigment lightening treatment works deep into the layer of the dermis directly targeting the cells responsible for hyperpigmentation.

Supported by advanced technological research, this revolutionary facial instantly brightens and evens the complexion. The appearance of dark spots and pigmentation irregularities are visibly reduced, bringing immediate radiance and youthfulness to the skin.

A common problem familiar to many city-dwellers, pollution can wreak havoc on your skin. Thanks to the power of pure vitamin C, the cellular high-tech purifying anti-pollution facial with highly active antioxidants removes toxins and restores skin radiance.

Acting as a shield against oxidative stress and other external aggressions, this highly stimulating vitamin cocktail is a combination of technologies that bring vitality and radiance to the skin. Tissue oxygenation is increased; skin cells are energized and renewed. This treatment is the perfect cure to fight premature signs of ageing and environmental damage caused by free radicals.

A fundamental building block of wellness alongside nutrition and exercise, skin treatments are most effective when coupled with lifestyle changes and greater awareness of one’s body’s needs. With that in mind, the clinic, which prides itself on its holistic approach to wellness, also offers cellular high-touch body treatments; healing therapies such as manual body lymphatic drainage, herbal compress immunity boost massage and visceral manipulation.

In addition to lifting, pigment lightening and anti-pollution facials, Clinique La Prairie’s collection of skincare treatments also features facials designed for men and those suffering from severe skin dehydration.

Prices start at THB 7,500 for a 75-minute treatment. Reservations can be made by calling + 66 (0)2 207 7779 or emailing info@cliniquelaprairiebangkok.com.

For a limited time, enjoy a complimentary 60-min massage upgrade with any Swiss Perfection Facial purchase. Offer valid: Now –  June 30, 2021

 

Christmas and New Year’s at Six Senses Yao Noi

Experience…
The Sea at Mai Thai Beach

Start your journey at sunset on the beach as Champagne
flows from the Methuselah bottle. Feet in the sand and a
flute in hand, savor the briny tang of the sea with oysters,
shucked freshly off the docking long-tail boat, and homecured
salmon canapés.

The #OutOfTheOrdinary Tuk Tuk
The fun continues a couple of steps up the sandy beach
where Spain meets Thailand through tapas served from
a tuk tuk food truck. A magnum rosé will quench your
thirst, while stunning Thai dancers fires up the floor.

Sake at The Den
The land of the rising sun comes to life at The Den as
rich, clean and fragrant notes of premium Japanese sake
take the stage alongside fresh scallops and prawns on the
grill. Complete the experience with a floating lantern for
good luck in the coming year!

Continue your journey to…
Celebrate the World at The Living Room

Stroll along the lily pond, down the steps, into the Living
Room for an international affair. Indulge in a spread,
featuring bursting flavours of various cuisines from
different parts of the world.
**Beverage is excluded for the remainder of the evening
And welcome the New Year with a bang.

 

Anantara Chiang Mai Resort introduces the Thai Massage Guru

A BUCKET LIST EXPERIENCE for anyone visiting Thailand, travellers consider a trip to the Kingdom of Thailand complete with the deep stretching and kneading experience of a Thai massage.

Based at Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Panissara Chaokhelang, better known as Noot, boasts almost 20 years as a Thai Massage therapist and as the dedicated Thai Massage Guru, a treatment with her is a must when in Northern Thailand.

Known locally as Nuad Thai, the acupressure technique of the Thai massage is a time-honoured tradition that has been passed down through generations for thousands of years, and its roots can be traced back to origins of self-care in Thai village society.

Children in rural households across Thailand are taught how to ease the aching muscles of their parents and grandparents. While the children might not understand the theory behind it, they learn how to pull and push limbs and step on the back to soothe the muscles of their hardworking relatives.

This was true for Noot and growing up in rural Thailand, where there were no trained or licensed massage therapists in her village, her mother would ask her to walk on her sore back and aching legs after a long day working at the market.

Noot explains: “I was taught how to massage before I was even 10 years old. As I got older, I wanted to learn about proper techniques and acupressure points so I could better address specific body concerns through massage.”

She pursued physiotherapy at university in Chiang Mai and went on to study massage at Chivasom Academy in Bangkok, before returning to Chiang Mai where she specialized in Lanna-style Thai massage. Rather than finding work as a physiotherapist in a hospital as many of her classmates did, Noot opted for the more serene spa environment.

While western medicine ascribes to quick fixes, Noot believes massage treats the root cause of physical ailments such as back pain or even headaches. She educates her guests so they can better understand their aches and ailments.

She added: “Before starting the massage, we talk so I can learn about their concerns, habits and day-to-day activities to better understand what their issues may be. I recommend activities so they can extend the benefits of their massage and treat themselves from home instead of reaching for a pain killer next time they have a niggle in their back.”

In addition to Thai massage duties, Noot is also the designated trainer for Anantara Spa and is responsible for making sure that all therapists in more than 40 spas across Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Europe adhere to the standards of this award-winning spa brand.

The Thai massage technique dates back 2,500 years and its popularity has since gone global, so much so that the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated traditional Thai massage as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, voting to include it on the organizations World Heritage list in December 2019.

UNESCO made the decision to include traditional Thai massage on the World Heritage list in December 2019 at the 14th session of its Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, held in Bogota, Colombia from December 9 to 14. Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul welcomed the announcement as an achievement for the Thai people and the Kingdom.

To experience the healing hands of Anantara Spa’s Thai Massage Guru, contact Anantara Chiang Mai Resort spa.chiangmai@anantara.com or +66 (0) 53 253 333 ext. 3431.

 

 

Anantara Spas reopen with the introduction of an immune-boosting new signature massage oil

ANANTARA HOTELS, RESORTS & SPAS’ spa and wellness facilities re-open with a host of enhanced hygiene measures and immune-boosting initiatives, including the introduction of an all-new signature massage oil dedicated to supporting the body’s natural defence system.

As lockdown measures lift around the globe, in more than 40 different spas in 20 locations, Anantara Spa’s trained professionals are putting in place stringent measures to ensure the health and safety of guests are not compromized while reassuring guests that spas are a sacred place.

To mark the reopening, Anantara Spa has created a specially formulated massage oil comprising the key ingredients clove oil, citrus Aurantium peel extract, eucalyptus oil and rosemary all of which feature properties known for their immune-boosting and antibacterial qualities.

This total body toning massage oil naturally improves the body’s biological defence system and will be used in signature massages at Anantara Hotels & Resorts across South East Asia, the Maldives and Sri Lanka.

The massage oil’s active ingredients clove oil and citrus Aurantium peel extract boast a natural ability to protect against a wide range of bacterial cells, fungi and virus, while eucalyptus oil and rosemary oil feature natural inflammatory properties and immune system boosters which aid in creating white blood cells that combat pathogens and disease.

Speaking about the introduction of the new signature massage oil, Zoe Wall, group director of MSpa, the corporate division of spa and wellness for Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas, said: “Our guests’ wellbeing is important to us, and at Anantara Spa we endeavour to go above and beyond expectations at all times.

“Even during closure, our guests’ wellbeing was at the forefront of our minds and we took some time during lockdown to reflect on what we could do to show that we are just as serious about their health as they are. We will re-open our spas, not just with a host of enhanced hygiene measures and immune-boosting initiatives, but also with the introduction of a new signature massage oil dedicated to supporting the body’s natural defence system.

“While our guests will still want to relax with a massage, our new signature massage oil gives guest peace of mind knowing they are in safe hands and that the main ingredients of the oil provide an extra boost for the immune system and can help fight viral attacks through the power of anti-bacterial pure essential oils.”

Trust in hygiene and cleanliness are critical to restarting the spa industry, and upon reopening all Anantara Spa outlets across Thailand will adhere to stringent safety and sanitation standards to meet the requirements for Tourism Authority Thailand’s Safety and Health Administration certification.

To meet social distancing requirements, treatments and therapies will be available by appointment only, spas will operate at a reduced capacity with restrictions in communal spaces and on the length of treatments.

Shared items such as product testers, treatment menus and refreshment amenities will be removed, while additional measures including touchless check-in and payment options will be made available.

Infrared thermometers will be used to check guest temperatures, disposable items including slippers, gloves and bedsheets will be in place, and therapists will wear surgical masks and shields during treatments.

Guests must also complete a declaration form which includes details of health and travel history in line with Thai Government requirements.

Additional enhancements are being implemented to heighten standards and improve the guest journey. From the moment of arrival at Anantara Spas, guests will benefit from augmented health and hygiene measures, beginning with a specially prepared welcome drink comprised of cold lime and ginger tea packed full of antioxidants to boost health and support immunity from within.

Anantara Spa’s signature foot ritual has been upgraded to include a lime foot wash with salt scrub followed by peppermint spray all of which have purifying properties that support healthy immune function.

Fitness and holistic classes will be adapted for guests’ optimum wellbeing. Personal training sessions in the privacy of the gym, as well as wellness activities such as Yoga and Pilates, will be available for individuals, couples or small groups only “with safe distancing adhered to”.

 

 

Vie Spa By Organika is re-opening with a 40% discount on the menu

VIE SPA BY ORGANIKA offers unique organic and natural spa treatment experiences developed by luxury Thai spa brand ORGANIKA. The spa is now re-opening and has a super deal on offer – a 40% discount on all spa treatments and packages until the end of July.

The spa’s signature 90-minute Zenith Of Relaxation treatment is an aromatic candle massage that uses pure essential oils, soy butter, jojoba and vitamins A and E to help nourish and replenish skin moisture. This therapeutic treatment relieves the body from stress and aches and helps promote a deep and restorative sleep.

Located on the 10th floor of the boutique hotel, the newly-renovated and reopened VIE Spa by ORGANIKA comprises six private treatment rooms, a Thai massage room, a single treatment room, three rooms equipped for couples treatments, and a luxurious spa suite with a Jacuzzi.

 

 

Anantara Spa’s new Himalayan Thermal Therapy Treatment

 ANANTARA RESORTS & SPAS HAS LAUNCHED an exclusive signature wellness experience that channels infamous healing energies from the fabled Himalayan Mountains.

The Himalayan Thermal Therapy treatment is the newest addition to Anantara Spa menus in Thailand. This 90-minute wellness experience is a full-body experience that unifies the body and mind through innovative techniques that pamper from head to toe.

Harnessing the ancient healing energy of the Himalayan mountains, heated hand-carved salt stones are applied to, and glide along the body to dissolve mental and physical tension.

These ethically sourced salt stones contain 84 minerals and trace elements that, when applied to the body, work to re-mineralise the entire system, thus inducing a serene state of equilibrium and promoting natural detoxification.

Transcending guests into total bliss, the interplay between hot and cold is introduced. This thermal therapy is based on the scientifically proven benefits of applying heat to the body following by skin-cooling massage techniques.

A facial massage using iced Rose Quartz Gua Sha crystals relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation and leaves skin with a beautiful glow.

This full-body ritual is crowned with a relaxing head massage focusing on Marma points to de-stress the nervous system and refresh the mind. The overall result is a deep sense of renewal, a radiant complexion and improvement to overall wellbeing.

Drawing upon Thailand’s wellness traditions, cultural inspirations and therapeutic ingredients, Anantara Spa offers unique signature journeys deeply rooted in authentic luxury, holistic practices and indigenous experiences, using chemical-free products, treatments and rituals, inspired by the Thai origins of Anantara, while innovative modern therapies and natural products promise the highest definition of relaxation and pampering.

Anantara Spas are a haven of peace and tranquillity – an utterly relaxing and rejuvenating experience in unique settings. Currently, Anantara Spa operates over 40 spas in 16 countries across Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Europe.

The Himalayan Thermal Therapy is now available at most Anantara Spas across Thailand.

For more information about spa and wellness with Anantara Hotels and Resorts, visit https://www.anantara.com/en/spa-and-wellness

 

 

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai introduces ‘Wara Cheewa Spa’

NORTHERN THAI PEOPLE have nurtured a ritualistic culture that focuses on a life lived in balance for centuries. At Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, the team of wellness experts, guided by Luisa Anderson,  regional director of spa, have drawn on this wisdom to create an all-new journey of well-being.

“Translating to ‘a celebration of the gift of life’, Wara Cheewa Spa presents therapies that have been crafted to bring about unification that we all seek – within and without,” said Luisa.

“We are blessed to have a strong connection with the culture and community, having been in Chiang Mai for 25 years,” says Anthony Gill, general manager – Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Tented Camp Golden Triangle.

“From our own team of spa therapists, who bring their experience to each treatment, to a strong traditional influence and home-grown ingredients, Wara Cheewa Spa offers transformational experiences in the cultural heartland of Thailand.”

Bringing the body, mind and soul into harmony, the menu addresses the four key pillars of wellbeing – physical, emotional, social and nutritive. Uniting cultural elements,

the spa offers a diverse range of massages, scrubs, facials and rituals under each pillar. “We want to take guests back to the very basic elements of wellness, by drawing on their intuition to choose therapies that best resonate in the present moment,” said Gemma Abad, director of spa.

Restore with body balancing therapies

The menu invites guests to plant their feet firmly on the Earth with a grounding collection of body-balancing treatments. “Restore stabilizing energy, while Mother Earth’s abundant gifts heal you on all levels. Recall the cyclical importance of rest and rejuvenation in order to grow and thrive,” says Gemma about the Physical Well-being menu.

For complete physical relaxation, she recommends the Samuprai Massage – A powerful Thai-style massage using hot poultices of lemongrass, prai, turmeric and makrut lime peel to invigorate muscles. “This combination of ingredients soothes the muscles, leaving you in complete relaxation.” she said.

Connect to the holistic heart of Northern Thailand

Using a combination of local ingredients and ancestral knowledge, the spa’s Social Well-being menu inspires personal and cultural connection.

“These therapies allow you to shift your focus from where you’ve been to where you are right now… to rediscover the sense of balance that comes from feeling part of a greater whole,” she said.. M

Making a strong connection to Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai’s Princess Ritual is inspired by their very own Princess Dara Rasami, born in nearby Mae Rim village. “This ritual combines an exfoliating blend of seven sacred flowers with the soothing properties of Princess Dara Rasami’s Rose – grown exclusively for Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, a firming, anti-ageing massage with mangosteen and locally grown vetiver and orange blossom,” she shares.

Rediscover inner ease

A true reflection of the “Land of Smiles”, the Emotional Well-being menu focuses on self-care, and invites guests to reconnect with the peace and poise that comes from the feeling of oneness.

“Our therapies uplift the centres of emotion and floods the body and mind with kindness,” said Gemma.. For a true journey of emotional discovery, the Connected Heart Ritual is a tender healing sequence to restore inner equilibrium and awaken to the riches of compassion, generosity and well-being. The therapy releases toxins with a Himalayan salt and poppy seed scrub, while drawing guests to submit to serenity with a rose and tuberose bath. “Reconnect with your inner stillness with a massage and heart-work using rose oil and rose quartz,” she adds.

Feed the body, mind and soul

The Nutritive Well-being menu inspires guests to take the time to revitalize and restore their inner well of healing, with nutrient-rich treatments that restore from the outside in.

“Nourish the body with the Food for the Soul Ritual, focused on flooding the body with vital energy and nature’s healing powers,” shares Gemma. Focusing on the physical and intuitive elements of the gut, an energizing and detoxify-ing scrub, wrap and massage stimulates the lymphatic and circulatory systems for enhanced inner and outer health. “Your spirits will feel lifted and your body recharged.”

Drawing on the gifts and wisdom of the Northern Thai people – true experts in a life lived in balance – Wara Cheewa Spa inspires guests to explore the scales of holistic health in Chiang Mai’s ‘haven of wellbeing’.

The spa also offers services including manicures, pedicures, specialized hair treatment, and more.

It is open daily from 9 am to 9 pm. Guests can reserve their experience via the FS CHAT or call 053 298 181.

 

 

 

 

Dusit introduces new ‘Dusit Care – Stay with Confidence’ program

DUSIT INTERNATIONAL HAS RESPONDED to the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic by introducing ‘Dusit Care – Stay with Confidence’– a new program of services designed to go beyond enhanced hygiene protocols to deliver additional convenience, experience and value while ensuring guests always feel safe and reassured.

The program, being rolled out at Dusit Hotels & Resorts worldwide, includes the introduction of new facilities, services and operating procedures across five distinct dimensions: 1. Flexible Stays 2. Safety & Well-being 3. Local Experience 4. Technology, and 5. Dusit Care Kits. 

To limit queues and offer added convenience for guests, Flexible Stays covers, among others, check-in and breakfast. All Dusit Hotels & Resorts will offer flexible check-in times, while breakfast will be available at any time of the day.

Safety & Well-being will see each Dusit property enhance its already stringent health and safety practices, which includes frequent sanitization of all rooms and public areas, to include temperature scans on arrival, provision of appropriate space in restaurants, and more measures designed to protect the health and safety of guests, customers and employees.

To promote personal well-being, Dusit’s in-room dining options have been enhanced to include personalized healthy food, while refreshment fridges will offer healthy drinks and snacks which guests can enjoy for free. New outdoor workout areas will also be added to offer plenty of space for exercise.

For Local Experience, Dusit is partnering with the finest local culinary specialists and craftspeople in its various locations so guests can enjoy the best of local foods and souvenirs without having to leave the comfort of Dusit’s hotels.

To enable contactless and efficient service, Dusit is also implementing new Technology to allow for mobile payments, and installing digital menus in its various outlets. Flexible meeting and conference equipment, and property-wide high-speed internet, ensure guests can always remain connected.

To offer additional peace of mind, a Dusit Care Kit will be placed in every guest room. Each pack will include hand sanitizer gel, a face mask, and antibacterial wipes so guests can explore Dusit’s various destinations with confidence.

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“COVID-19 has significantly impacted our industry, and there is no doubt that health, safety and security will take precedence over any other factor when customers are ready to book hotels again,” said  Suphajee Suthumpun, Group CEO, Dusit International.

“While the health and safety of our guests will always be our top priority, to truly inspire confidence and drive demand in this difficult time, we recognize we must go far beyond basic measures for enhanced cleanliness and physical distancing.

“To truly delight our guests and meet their needs in a post-COVID-19 world, we must reinvent our services in line with the new normal while seeking ways to deliver additional convenience, experience and value. We must also ensure the new distancing measures do not detract from the high levels of gracious service for which we are renowned. This is what we aim to achieve by implementing the Dusit Care – Stay with Confidence program.”

By implementing the five new Dusit Care – Stay with Confidence services, she added, the company’s hotels are now well-positioned to welcome guests and meet their needs the moment the official restrictions are lifted. And she is confident that domestic leisure markets will respond well.

“To help revive the tourism industry following this crisis, focusing on domestic leisure markets first will be key,” she said.

“Based on the severity of the situation and the current travel restrictions in place, it’s likely to be a while before we can count on international and inter-regional travel. With this in mind, we must do all we can to inspire and stimulate local demand, and the steps we have taken at our properties put us in a strong position to achieve this.

“ Strategic comeback campaigns offering exceptional value for money, and the introduction of wellness-focused initiatives under our Dusit Care program, will also add to our distinct appeal and help us to meet our short-term goals.”

 

 

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