Opened last summer, Serenity Spa & Salon at Hilton at Resorts World Bimini (Bahamas) provides an island refuge with treatments combining tradition with modern innovation and local flavor. “What truly stands out is the amazing staff that pampers our guests with exceptional service, products, and Bahamian customer service,” says spa director Kimberly Acker. Located on the fifth floor of the resort, the 7,000 square foot spa boasts beautiful, unobstructed views of the surrounding sea from floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Spa-goers can soak up the views and enjoy a range of services in one of the five treatment rooms, two manicure and pedicure stations, three hair stations, and a private bridal suite. Also available are steam showers, a tanning deck, and a relaxation lounge. The spa’s menu got a refresh in December and now features a range of services incorporating Red Flower, Juice Beauty, RICA, SpaRitual, and CND products. The most popular treatments are Total Bliss ($200, 80 minutes), Serenity Signature Sampler Massage ($150, 50 minutes; $225, 80 minutes), and Icelandic Moonflower Dream Ritual ($240, 80 minutes). The Icelandic Moonflower Dream Ritual is designed to encourage restful sleep with a body scrub containing freesia and Icelandic moonflower and a massage using sea rocket, cassiope, and apple blossom lotion.
Serenity Spa & Salon is capitalizing on its newfound fame as a perfect place to fall in love after contestants visited Hilton at Resorts World Bimini on a recently aired episode of The Bachelor. The resort and the spa are appealing to Bachelor fans with two new packages. The Dream Date (starting at $2,775 per night) is an over-the-top package filled with fairy tale amenities like a seaplane arrival, exclusive accommodations in a spacious luxury suite for three nights, daily breakfast in bed, catamaran snorkeling, and more. The Reality Date (starting at $482 per night) is a romantic island getaway that focuses on quality couple time with a catamaran ride, golf cart or bike island tour, and more. Relaxation and reality TV don’t usually jive, but Serenity Spa & Salon proves opposites do attract.