Constance Hotels & Resorts has created a new spa brand to replace Spa de Constance.
The U Spa by Constance is designed to bring the company’s six Indian Ocean spas in line with the group’s philosophy.
More than ever before, the therapists and spa treatments on offer at the spas in Mauritius, the Seychelles and the Maldives will work with guests to achieve their goals, ensuring a state of happiness in body and mind.
U Spa by Constance offers a personalised ‘U’ experience, designed to maximise guests’ wellness, enjoyment and vitality. Each guest receives a Spa Experience Card enabling therapists to keep a note of their goals and preferences and customise spa treatments accordingly. The approach is holistic, taking into account a guest’s health, diet, fitness levels and skincare regime.
The spa menu includes a range of U Spa Classic massages, facials and body treatments as well as Signature U Experience massage, facial and body treatments. Each is tailored to the guest’s needs on the day, including helping and healing skin, muscles, blood circulation, lymphatic drainage and nervous system.
Alternatively, guests can choose a massage with a particular goal in mind – to relax, rejuvenate,
detox or recover after sports.
Guests can also choose authentic treatments from the range of international favourites such as Balinese, Ayurvedic, Thai-Shiatsu or Swedish massage. And the menu also offers fragrant scrubs and wraps to tone and repair skin for a tropical Indian Ocean island experience.
Corporate spa manager Dr Chase Webber said: “The formidable spa team behind U Spa by Constance is dedicated to creating an exceptional, caring and authentic guest experience that exceeds expectations.
“All our U Spa experiences focus on our guests’ individual needs and desires, and use first class treatments and products to help guests reach a state of wellness in a subtle, enjoyable way.
“We ensure that each of our spas in Mauritius, the Seychelles and the Maldives has an exceptional spa manager and an international, highly skilled team of therapists, receptionists and spa hosts to care for our guests’ every need.”
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