Iridium Spa at The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort

Opened in early November, The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort has already made a big splash from its secluded private-island location. Much of the resort, including the spectacular Iridium Spa, a 20,000 square-foot serene sanctuary, is suspended above the Indian Ocean. Promising a transformative journey, the floating spa facility includes six couples’ treatment suites and many spaces designed for relaxation. Each suite features unobstructed sea views and private terraces with soaking tubs, and two are dedicated to Ayurvedic services with steam rooms. In the treatment rooms and throughout the common areas, the plush spa appeals to discerning clientele with top of the line amenities. For example, the Blue Hole hydrotherapy pool provides sensory stimulation, a digestive and immune system boost, and more with local sea salt, heat, and water pressure. Each guests’ journey begins in the Iridium Room, which boasts a glass floor that provides a view of vibrant marine life in their natural habitat. The treatment menu follows a holistic approach to wellness with wide range of services—Balinese and Thai massages, body scrubs, facials, and nailcare—incorporating Natura Bissé products. Not limited by the menu, expert staff, including an Ayurvedic specialist, acupuncturist, and others help guests create bespoke rituals to fulfill individual wellness needs. Guests can also take part in fitness activities and get moving in the exercise room, anti-gravity yoga studio, and outdoor tennis court within the Vommuli House recreation area. Whether they’re sweating it out or relaxing in the overwater spa, guests can let their worries drift away on the waves.

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