All-Inclusive Now Applies to Spa

Banyan Tree Mayakoba Spa Sanctuary Villa

Banyan Tree Mayakoba Spa Sanctuary VillaSpa enthusiasts won’t want to miss a chance to stay in the Spa Sanctuary Villas at Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts. Recently introduced at the company’s two Mexico properties, Banyan Tree Mayakoba and Banyan Tree Cabo Marques, the villas with secluded outdoor areas and a private pool also come with a separate area for spa treatments. Guests who stay in the villas are treated to a fully immersive wellbeing experience with a welcome footbath, unlimited spa treatments, and more. After meeting with a Sanctuary Host to create a bespoke itinerary, guests begin each day with a Morning Delight Treatment, such as a Neck and Shoulder Massage, followed by an in-villa Wellness Breakfast. Guests are encouraged to take advantage of additional treatments at their leisure throughout the day. On-hand therapists offer unlimited massages from a menu of 10 treatments, which includes Ayurvedic, Balinese, Lomi Lomi, and Sports Therapy massage. The Spa Sanctuary Villa program also includes roundtrip airport transfers; daily breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner; access to healthy snacks; and wellness-themed amenities. With plans to adopt the program at all Banyan Tree properties, the Spa Sanctuary Villas and unlimited spa treatments are already available at seven properties in Asia in addition to the two Mexico resorts. “Banyan Tree takes a very holistic approach to wellness, and the new Spa Sanctuary Villas is another step in that direction,” says Sergio Serra, area director of The Americas. “With this program, we are exceeding our guests’ requests for a complete, all-inclusive wellness experience within a luxury resort setting. Everything from the massages and treatments to activities and healthy drink offerings are taken care of, and the program is customized to each guest’s preferences and goals for their visit.”

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