Published on : Tuesday, June 28, 2016
An urban oasis awaits with the launch of Four Seasons Spa & L’OCCITANE – also L’OCCITANE’s first Spa in Singapore. Located on tranquil, tree-lined Orchard Boulevard, this exclusive partnership between L’OCCITANE and the award-winning Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is a haven of calm and serenity amid the city’s bustle.
“Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is dedicated to providing exceptional experiences built on our cornerstone of impeccable, personalised service,” says Antoine Chahwan, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. “The authentic, natural philosophy of L’OCCITANE closely resonates with our commitment to consumers for extraordinary pampering and unforgettable rejuvenation.”
“Our exclusive spas in luxurious five-star hotel properties each has a unique soul and identity,” says Andre Hoffmann, L’OCCITANE President for Asia Pacific. “The Spa is a natural extension of the L’OCCITANE brand: authentic ingredients with proven effectiveness, fused with traditional therapies in exclusive spa treatments to offer a true voyage of the senses and revitalisation of body and soul.”
Spa treatments across various need areas will be offered, such as L’OCCITANE’s anti-ageing Immortelle facials featuring patented Immortelle products, signature shea butter nourishing treatments, as well as spa rituals (encompassing different need areas) for guests who want holistic face and body treatments. Loyal customers will also be in for a treat with spa packages that bring great value to their spa experience, and L’OCCITANE products can be purchased at the Spa as well.
Exclusive: Néroli & Orchidée Treatments at Four Seasons
Four Seasons Spa & L’OCCITANE in Singapore will also offer the world-exclusive Néroli & Orchidée treatments: the only L’OCCITANE spa in the world to offer this. The orchid is also Singapore’s national flower – driving greater significance behind this exclusivity.
Orchids have been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine, known for its antioxidant, moisturising and anti-ageing properties, while neroli – one of the most expensive oils as it takes 1,000 pounds (450 kilograms) of orange blossoms to make 1 pound (half a kilogram) of neroli oil – was used by Egyptian priests and priestesses for healing of body and mind, and a favourite of Marie Antoinette and Napoleon Bonaparte as a fragrance or aftershave.
This treatment is fragranced with the tender floral and fruity notes of the neroli essence from the Mediterranean and white orchid absolute from Madagascar. Delicately removing dead skin cells with a deeply relaxing massage, muscular tensions are eased while skin and spirt are rejuvenated.