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Resense to manage four Kempinski spas across Asia

Global spa management company Resense is developing several new spas for hotel brand Kempinski in Asia, including locations in Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and South Korea.

The Spa & Wellness Membership Club at Kempinski Hotel & Residences in Busan, South Korea, will include a 4,000sq m (43,056sq ft) health and wellness facility designed by HBA Singapore and spread over two floors.

Designed as a ‘best in class’ private club, the facility will include four spa treatment rooms, three suites, a salon and spa retail experience. A 550sq m (5,920sq ft) fitness facility with studios and fitness testing will be combined with Korean bathing and thermal facilities, while an indoor/outdoor aquatonic pool will provide views of the Busan coastline.

Catering to Korean high-net-worth clientele, the club will also feature an indoor golf practice range, spa cafe, retail outlets and a large leisure pool, and is scheduled to open in 2020.

The Kempinski The Spa at Kempinksi Hotel 8 Conlay in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is scheduled to open in 2020, and will be developed, pre-opened and managed by Resense. Inspired by the beauty and culture of Malaysia, the 700sq m (7,535sq ft) spa will include eight treatment rooms – including two double, one VIP double and five single – as well as a four-chair foot massage room.

Therapies will engage the five senses with a core concept focusing on wellness and balance, but advanced treatments will combine all aspects of internal and external wellness with advanced techniques to look and feel younger. A relaxation lounge, separate male and female sauna and steam rooms, a swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness centre will also be included.

The Kempinski The Spa at The Heritage Hotel Kempinski Yangon, Myanmar, will be located in the original colonial architecture of the State House building, and is set to open in 2018.

The 750sq m (8,073sq ft) spa will have four treatment rooms, one spa suite, a Thai massage room, foot massage room and beauty lounge. Interiors by LEO Design Bangkok will have a modern Asian design aesthetic with light touches of Myanmese culture and heritage.

The Kempinski The Spa Phuket will be located in the Kempinski Resort, designed by architect Bill Bensley, and will feature a spa experience designed to connect guests to nature. Indoor and outdoor experiences will embrace natural materials, plants and water, and Bensley will create an eclectic mixture of Thai and Asian influences.

The 675sq m (7,266sq ft) spa will include three single and three luxury spa suites, as well as outdoor spa cabanas, a yoga shala, spa retail area, outdoor terrace and foot massage zone. Thai and European treatment modalities will be incorporated in the menu.

Designed exclusively for resort guests, the spa is set to open in 2018 and aims to bring the natural world indoors, with open spaces and terraces that transition the guest from outdoor sun terrace to treatment suites.

Global spa management company Resense is developing several new spas for hotel brand Kempinski in Asia, including locations in Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and South Korea.
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