Published on : Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Being slim, healthy and glowing from the inside has been in, since let’s just say the end of the Renaissance. In other words, a very, very long time. So it’s never too late to jump on the bandwagon. And at the start of beautiful, sunny days in the south of France come April, Hôtel Sezz Saint-Tropez will offer you a unique integrative wellbeing program – LACURE OFFICINE. Having a slimmer waist? Check. Looking younger? Check. Rejuvenating your immune system? Check. Throwing in an indulgent body massage at the spa on top?
A trip down to Hôtel Sezz Saint-Tropez, automatically kicks in the need to be fitter. For one, there’s the swimming pool, like an oasis in the middle of the property grounds. There’s the abundance of fresh air circulating the bungalows, cocoons and villas surrounded by lush foliage. Then there’s the broad promenade by the dazzling blue waters in the city center that beg for a fitting piece of clothing.
Guests can choose from three-, five- and seven-day courses. Based on the Bio-Nutrimab science, the method combines physical, mental and spiritual health to naturally detox the body, lift your mood, improve your metabolism and repair the skin. Included in the package is full room and board in one of the signature bungalows at Hôtel Sezz Saint-Tropez, including all meals, fresh juices and smoothies, a bio-energy analysis upon arrival, a cooking and nutrition workshop, yoga classes every morning, hikes with experts, a welcome pack including the book The Bio-Nutrimab Method, daily excursions and much more. To enhance the experience, guests can book treatments in the hotel’s signature Spa Sezz by Payot, offering a full range of facials and body treatments using an exclusive range of botanical products.
Hôtel Sezz Saint-Tropez has established itself as a hotspot in the French Riviera. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, the property’s 37 guestrooms, cocoons and villas are dotted around the spacious central pool area. Sun-worshippers and socialites alike lounge on the Christophe Pillet-designed furniture, sip cocktails and relax. The glamour continues inside, as guests are invited to indulge at the Dom Pérignon champagne bar and elegant Restaurant Colette.